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LIV Sotheby's International Realty lists luxury Tudor residence within Denver Country Club

By Brittanny Havard

The home at 1991 E. Alameda Ave., residence No. 6, Denver Country Club. It is listed for sale by LIV Sothebys International Realty for $6,250,000.
A stately Tudor home, perched atop a commanding hill within the Denver Country Club, LIV Sotheby's International Realty is pleased to announce 1991 E. Alameda Ave., residence No. 6. The home is unique in that it features views of both the Downtown Denver skyline and mountain views, all with the backdrop of the pristinely manicured Denver Country Club golf course. Offering elegance at every turn, 1991 E. Alameda Ave., residence No. 6, is a golf and entertainer lover's paradise. This luxury residence combines both Old World charm with new, and is not quite like any other listing on today's market.

"On a rare occasion, iconic properties built in a timeless manner present themselves for a new opportunity of ownership," said LIV Sotheby's International Realty Broker, Douglas D. Kerbs. "These homes are typically built at a level of quality and craftsmanship that represents some of the world's best talent and can only be found in less than ½ of 1 percent of all real estate globally. These trophy properties are also characterized by one small fact - reproducing the home today in the exact same manner would most likely cost more than what the home is offered at."

The exterior of this classic Tudor estate is accented with brick, limestone, slate and copper, exuding a feeling of warmth throughout the home. A timeless rock stepping stone path leads to the entry of the home, where a spacious, two-story foyer welcomes residents and guests.

The grandeur of the home is soft-spoken, with the interior and exterior of the home classically and comfortably proportionate to one another, creating an inviting space. The residence's entryway and main hall feature exquisite stone floors, which seamlessly transition to hardwood flooring throughout the adjoining entertaining spaces. The first floor is not only reserved for formal entertaining, but also contains a library/study and service hall, conveniently connecting the space to a spacious, three-car garage.

The outdoor veranda reciprocates similar entertaining capabilities to the interior, but in an open-air surrounding with views of the surrounding greens, mountains and city skyline.

The residence offers private quarters which contain a master suite flanked by his-and-her bathrooms and dual dressing areas. A secondary library/study is positioned off the main hall, while down the opposite hall, two additional bedrooms withen-suite bathrooms are accessible by the main staircase as well as back staircase.

Additionally, a lower interior entertaining space that also,walks out to reciprocating outdoor spaces, features a billiards room, wine cellar, gym and two additional guest suites with a children's area, completing this lovely home.

The home at 1991 E. Alameda Ave., residence No. 6, at 11,835 square feet with five bedrooms and nine bathrooms, is listed for sale at $6,250,000 and is available for showings.

For further details on this exclusive offering, contact LIV Sotheby's International Realty brokers, Douglas D. Kerbs at 303-898-7818, or visit 1991EAlameda6.com. To service all your real estate needs, please call 303-893-3200 or visit LivSothebysRealty.com

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