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.
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.
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.