The Most Expensive Denver Homes for Sale Right Now

Inside 460 Saint Paul Street.
Inside 460 Saint Paul Street. LIV Sotheby's International Realty
Since January 2013, amid what blossomed into one of the wilder real estate booms in Denver history, we've periodically spotlighted the most expensive homes for sale in the Mile High City. And as you'll see below, the current abodes in this category are as spectacular as they are spendy.

But that's only part of the story.

Looking back on the priciest properties in posts published over the past six-plus years, it's clear that while Denver home costs in general have risen steadily, with the average tag eventually exceeding $500,000, the luxury market appears to have remained fairly steady. For instance, that January 2013 item focused on five houses that ranged in price from $5,900,000 to $15,000,000. The former number is nearly $1 million higher than the sixth-most expensive home for sale right now, and the latter is more than $1 million more than the latest leader.

That doesn't mean luxury homes in the metro area are a comparative bargain. Note that one of the most expensive Denver homes for sale in December 2017, located at 910 Gaylord, is also on the block today, yet the asking amount has gone up, not down. Back then, it was listed at $5,850,000. Now, it's $5,990,000.

Continue to see the six chart-toppers, complete with photos, details and links to the original listings from LIV Sotheby's International Realty.

Number 6: 373 Garfield Street
8,420 Sq Ft.
.29 Acres
SUBDIVISION: Cherry Creek North
SCHOOL DISTRICT: Denver County School District 1

373 Garfield, an oasis in the heart of Cherry Creek North. This Frank Lloyd Wright inspired custom home is built on a 12,500 feet corner lot in one of Denver's finest areas. Built in a U-shape around a beautiful pool and built-in spa, the thoughtful layout offers fantastic living spaces and abundant light. The north wing of the main floor offers a chef's kitchen, walk-in pantry, large mudroom, secondary laundry, 3/4 bath for showering off after a dip in the pool, and family room. The south wing offers the dining room, wet bar, study and living room. All spaces have access to outdoor spaces from the main floor. The second floor is home to a large master suite, laundry, two bedrooms and secondary study with access to loft. The third-floor loft has views to Pike's Peak, Mt. Evans and Longs Peak. The lower level has a full wet bar, exercise space and two additional bedrooms. Three-car garage and superior construction with thoughtful design make this an opportunity for the most discerning buyers.

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