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Outgrown that studio apartment? Why not think big -- really big. Below, take a mini-tour of the five most expensive homes for sale in the Denver area according to The Home Cart, complete with plenty of photos.

Appropriately enough, we're counting up rather than down, with the bargain just a shade under the $6 million and the top item going for...well, you'll see.

Number 5: 5 Mockingbird Lane, Cherry Hills Village -- $5,900,000 Year Built: 2002 Builder: MESA Total Sq Feet: 16,291 Acres: 2.15

Extraordinary Estate And Carriage House, Pool Incomparable Finishes,main Floor Master,fab Grounds, Open Flow, Lives Comfortably For Family Or Entertaining, Hibachi Island In Kitchen,2 Master Suites, The Best Of Everything!!!

Continue to keep counting up the five most expensive homes for sale in Denver. Number 4: 23 Sunset Drive, Cherry Hills Village -- $6,480,000 Year Built: 1931 Builder: CUSTOM Total Sq Feet: 10,717 Acres: 2.30

One-of-a-kind Opportunity To live In The Most Desired Cherry Hills Village Community. This Brick Tudor Sits On One Of The More Premier Lots In Country Homes. Lushly Landscaped Grounds, With Full Gardens, Horse Barn,greenhouse And Pool. Remodeled Kitchen. Large Family Room And New Master Suite. Lrg Formal Rooms, 6 Bedrooms, 7 Baths And A Full Finished Basement With Full Finished Basement. Best Location.

Continue to keep counting up the five most expensive homes for sale in Denver. Number 3: 10 Blackmer Road, Cherry Hills Village -- $7,200,000 Year Built: 2010 Builder: Cornerstone Total Sq Feet: 14,483 Acres: 2.41

A Scottish Castle Awaits.... By Anyone's Definition, Owning Your Own Castle Must Be Considered The Ultimate In Luxury Real Estate.... Welcome To A Magnificent Example Of Highland Elegance Right In The Heart Of Cherry Hills Village.... Elegant Living Room: Open Air Atrium; Grand Hall / Dining Rooom; Vast Gathering Room; Spectacular Gourmet Kitchen; Natural Stone Walls; Butler Pantry; Grand Staircase; Warm And Sumptuous Library; Master Suite With His And Her Bathrooms And Closets And A Large Covered Deck With Magnificent Mountain Views; 4 Additional En-suite Bedrooms; Magnificent Grounds; Gorgeous Mountain Views; Meticulous Details Throughout.

Continue to keep counting up the five most expensive homes for sale in Denver. Number 2: 9 Cherry Hills Park Drive, Cherry Hills Village -- $9,200,000 Year Built: 1919 Builder: FISHER & FISHER Total Sq Feet: 9,865 Acres: 2.75

Historic Grand Mansion Built In 1919 By Fisher And Fisher For The Gano Family. Respectfully Updated. Great Attention Paid To Electrical, Hvac, Drainage, Pool, Grounds, Roof And Facia. Resort Like 45' Pool And Spa With Great Event Entertaining Areas. House Lives Very Modern With Gourmet Top-of-the-line Kitchen, Museum Quality Throughout. Original Steel Windows Backed With Newer Double Panes. Show Stopping Grand Entry. Three Patios. Outdoor Kitchen. Two Outside Fire Pits. Four Car Garage With Attached Carriage House With Apartment. Perfect For Guest Or Caretaker. Park Like Yard With Re-circulating Stream And Pond. Gated Within Gated Community. In The Villages Most Exclusive Enclave. Easement For Highline Canal Access.

Continue to keep counting up the five most expensive homes for sale in Denver. Number 1: 21 Sunset Drive, Cherry Hills Village -- $15,000,000 Year Built: 2001 Builder: BRAUCHT Total Sq Feet: 23,162 Acres: 3.18

One-of-a-kind Property Rich With Luxurious European Architectural Design Influences Throughout! Serene Views Of The Spectacular Professionally Landscaped Gardens, Private Pool, Cabana ,fountains,mature Trees And More Can Be Seen From Every Room Of The Home. The Perfect Home For Entertaining Friends And Family Gatherings. This Home Must Be Seen To Realize How Truly Special It Is!

More from our Business archive circa 2011: "Top 5 most expensive homes for sale in the Denver-Boulder area (PHOTOS)."

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