Cherry Hills Village Mansion up for Auction

This mansion is located at 5800 Piedmont Drive in the prestigious Cherry Hills Village in Colorado. There have a been string of multi-million dollar real estate auctions across the country over the past few years and this is the latest. The 14,600 square foot mansion was just recently built and features 8 bedrooms and 10 full and 3 half bathrooms. The large rooms combined with the open floorplan make this home a true standout. The exceptional craftsmanship of this home is incredible and only the finest materials were used to build it. The home is being auctioned off by the LFC Group of Companies on its Freedom Realty Exchange website. The sprawling estate features a magnificent grand foyer with sweeping floating staircase, six fireplaces, a gourmet kitchen with adjoining breakfast room, a grand family room with wooden beams and a 24-foot cathedral ceiling, a formal dining room, a library, a home theater, a custom made bar, a wine cellar, and an amazing 11-car garage. The home has a minimum starting bid of only $3.9 million and has a suggested value of $10 million.

CLICK HERE for the listing


4 Responses to “Cherry Hills Village Mansion up for Auction”

  1. Kenny Says:

    This is by far my favorite home in Cherry Hills Village. The inside is tasteful and grand yet still has that cozy feeling.

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  3. Anonymous Says:

    The insides are very nice. Very very nice. The hardwood floors are actually a nice touch.

  4. Kieran Says:

    Word of the day: Beige
    Remember it, youll be seeing it again soon.

    Nice house anyway 🙂

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