If you have always dreamt of a home with history in the state of Colorado, look no further than this Tudor Estate home built in 1933 located in Denver. Colorado Senator, Lawrence C. Phipps, commissioned this home to be built for his daughter.

The home looks just like a castle and has a third-floor central tower that is nearly 60 feet tall. The home's crystal chandeliers are still original from the day the home was built. A giant walk-in closet can be found in the master bedroom and your favorite bottles of wine will feel right at home in the 4,000-bottle wine cellar.

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This Denver, Colorado home deserves mansion status as there are seven bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms, and over 11,000 square feet of living space inside the walls of this historic home. With a total of 29 rooms inside the home, the asking price for the 1933 estate is $10.695 million.

This 1933 Colorado Castle Could Be Yours for $10.6 Million

Located in Denver, Colorado this historic Tudor Estate has over 11,000 square feet of living space and it could be yours for the asking price of $10.6 million.

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This home is pretty amazing, right? According to the listing, special masons from England were contracted to do the intricate brickwork on this estate. The home's average price per square foot is approximately $926.

For more information on this amazing home located at 2750 East Cedar Avenue in Denver, see the full listing on Realtor.

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