With many urban areas becoming more populated, the days of mega-mansions sprawling over city blocks are obviously waning. But one such historic Denver mansion just came on the market, offering potential homeowners the chance to live in Old World-style opulence — for a $1.9 million price tag, that is.
The Waldron Bonfils Mansion was built in 1890, three years before the Denver Depression of 1893. The three-bedroom home in city's Capitol Hill neighborhood was designed by architect Frederick Sterner, and though it's been remodeled, it still has plenty of traditional elegance. The 11,703-square-foot home features formal living and dining rooms, ceiling molding, rich oak floors, stained glass windows, and four fireplaces. It also features a chef's kitchen, library, and a master bathroom oasis complete with its own private deck. We think it's safe to say that this is luxury at its finest.
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