Photos: Tour ex-Dollar Store CEO's astonishing Parker home -- yours for about $18 million
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Update: Ex-Dollar Store CEO Cal Turner Jr.'s spectacular Parker home is being sold with no reserve on September 27. Get details at the end of the original post.
Those dollars really add up. Former Dollar Store CEO Cal Turner Jr. is reportedly selling his unfathomably gorgeous Parker home, with the price expected to wind up in the $18-22 million range. An auction is slated for September 27, but offers are being accepted now for an eleven-bedroom, seventeen-bathroom mansion that includes its own swimming pool and bowling alley.
Update: Here are the details about the September 27 sale:
Luxury Absolute Auction, selling with No Reserve, September 27, 2014. Serenity Ridge offers a lifestyle like no other. Built as a Family & Corporate retreat, this respite from the rest of the world is very private & tucked away from the hustle & bustle while still remaining close to all that Metropolitan Denver and Colorado have to offer. Located on 70 acres with every amenity imaginable, this pristine property includes the main residence complete with conference facilities, entire entertainment floor & two-story indoor pool & spa, a secondary staff residence, plentiful garage space, private pond & panoramic views of the Colorado Front Range Peaks & the Rocky Mountains. This exclusive estate was built for $22 million & can be yours now. A RARE Opportunity for you to Own at YOUR Price!
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