Peyton Manning to the Denver Broncos? He Should Live Here
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All-Star quarterback making a move to Denver
Luxury homes in great Denver neighborhoods
$2M - $3M+
If Peyton Manning really heads to Denver, he and his family are going to need an all-star place to call home. The family currently owns a 4 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom, 8,000+ square foot estate in Indianapolis. Their new home in Denver will need to meet or beat their former home.
Never fear, Peyton, Trulia’s got your back. Now that it’s time to leave Indy for the beautiful city of Denver, let’s go house hunting! Here are five lovely options in the Denver area for the Manning family to consider.
1. 7020 East 12th Avenue, Denver CO 80220 – $3,750,000
The Richthofen Castle- A National Landmark and a Local Treasure – perfect for an NFL king? The Castle was built in 1887 by the uncle of the Red Baron. The grand Porte-cochere and stone tower are two defining architectural details of this intriguing property. This is the only true castle in Denver, yet it lives like a home. 14,000 square feet of fine handcrafted detail including amazing woodwork, leaded glass and hand-tooled leather wallpaper. 35 total rooms including: drawing room, library, music alcove, servants quarters, butlers pantry, billiards room, Red Baron bar, 8 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. The property is gated and private. The wrap-around terrace and courtyard are perfect for social gatherings. Take note Manning family – the National Register calls this home, “The Most Remarkable Residence in Denver.”
2. 425 Monroe Street, Denver CO 80206 – $3,450,000
Magnificent 2-story, 4-bedroom, 7-bathroom traditional home, a combination of elegance, luxury and quality. Built with top of the line finishes and precise attention to detail. Spacious master suite, walnut floors throughout, 10′ ceilings on main, state of the art lighting, audio & video controls (all equipment included). The kitchen is a chef’s delight; large, well laid out and equipped with only the finest.
3. 120 Humboldt Street, Denver CO 80218 – $3,290,000
Spectacular Tudor on great block in the Historic Denver Country Club. Fully updated and restored with spectacular original architectural details. The light bright kitchen is new with Viking Appliances and inset doors with nickel hardware. The beautiful street presence and setting is enhanced by an extra deep lot for added privacy. There is a new pool, patio and professional landscaping in the backyard. Newer and updated roof, air conditioning, electrical, plumbing floors, paint and carpet etc. Grandeur without the need to remodel. This home is completely move in ready with 5 bedrooms and 4 living areas plus main floor library.
4. 1991 East Alameda Avenue, Denver CO 80209 – $2,999,000
Built in the Monterey style, this 6,000 square foot home is dramatic in appearance, yet comfortable in its surroundings. Inside the drama continues with exceptional finishes to include William Ohs cabinetry, pegged hardwood floors, a massive brick fireplace, and abundant light from oversized windows. There are four bedrooms and five baths of which the signature “tree house master suite” includes a beautifully appointed five-piece bath. The kitchen includes Sub-Zero, Dacor appliances, and granite countertops in an open entertainment-friendly space. A separate catering kitchen hides the preparation that precedes the party. This home affords a gracious and comfortable living environment, which will satisfy the most demanding tastes by providing wooded seclusion with urban proximity.
5. 480 Cook Street, Denver CO 80206 – $2,895,000
Elegance beyond compare describes this one-of-a-kind custom masterpiece. The home has 4 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms and 10,200 square feet of living space. Additionally, the Cherry Creek residence features a magnificent master suite and incredible custom home theater, as well as high ceilings, 5 fireplaces, spacious rooms, an elevator and 3 car garage. There are also wonderful outdoor areas.
Where do you think Peyton should call home in Denver?