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1920s Denver ‘chateau’ on the market for $6M

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A little piece of Europe in Colorado

Chateau style house with turret, on large lawn. Teri Fotheringham Photography

If you’d like to live in Denver but dream of France, look no further than the Corner Chateau, a castle-style stunner now on the market in the Mile High City for just under $6 million.

Built in 1926 by prominent Denver architect Burnham Hoyt (you can thank him for the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater), the house has a distinct European flair. The 10,612-square-foot home looks like it could have been plucked from the countryside thanks to details like a brick clad turret, wrought iron spiral staircase, and expert landscaping.

Entryway with spiral staircase Teri Fotheringham Photography

Sitting on a massive corner lot in the Denver Country Club neighborhood, the house has plenty of space for living a life of luxury, including six bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and a wood-paneled library with enough room for 4,000 books.

Wood paneled library Teri Fotheringham Photography

The house is finished with ornate details that harken back to a more elegant time, but not at the expense of modern features like a theater room, updated kitchen, and an expansive back patio with a covered pergola for lounging.

Located at 380 Gilpin Street, this chateau is currently listed for $5,995,000.

Bedroom with curved walls Teri Fotheringham Photography
Backyard patio featuring pergola Teri Fotheringham Photography
Kitchen with white cabinets Teri Fotheringham Photography
Sitting room featuring large windows Teri Fotheringham Photography
Cozy living room with chevron pattern rug Teri Fotheringham Photography
Living room with fireplace Teri Fotheringham Photography