Bad news: You won't be able to buy the Beaver Creek home previously owned by President Gerald Ford.
That's because it was just purchased for $6.65 million.
And it was a bargain, relatively speaking. Unlike so many homes in Denver, which are currently selling for well above the original asking price, the lovely pile at 65 Elk Track went for nearly a million bucks less than its initially listed $7.495 million tag.
The original listing was handled by The Stockton Group.
Fortunately, you'll still get a chance to look around the place, thanks to photos on view below. Among the features: a presidential seal set into the floor.
You won't find one of those in just any Beaver Creek mansion.
Check out a sampling of shots here, supplemented by information from the listing. To see additional Stockton Group photos, click here.
Property Type: Single Family, 3+ Story
Bathrooms: 6 Full/3 Three-Qtr/2 Half
Lot Size: 0.79 Acres
Square Feet: 11,629 (approx)
Price per Sq. Ft.: $571.85
Year Built: 1983
Garage: Yes-2 spaces
Construction: Wood Frame, Stucco, Stone
Full Baths: 6 3/4 Baths: 3 1/2 Baths: 2
Additional Room Information
Rooms: Den/Study, Recreation Room, Media, Wine Cellar
Appliances: Cook Top Range, Dishwasher, Disposal, Microwave, Range, Range Hood, Refrigerator, Washer/Dryer, Electric Dryer, Washer
Flooring: Carpet Wall to Wall, Marble, Wood, Stone
Cooling: A/C - Zone
Heating: Gas Heat, Baseboard
Fireplaces: Gas Burning
Additional Interior Features:
Furnished, Gas Fireplace, Sauna, Vaulted
Exterior / Lot Features
General: Golf Course
Pool Description: Indoor
Lot View: Mountain, Trees/Woods, View
Tax Year: 2013
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