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See the Most Expensive Homes for Sale in Denver Right Now

A look at 576 South Elizabeth Street.
A look at 576 South Elizabeth Street. Photo Credit: LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
The prices for the most expensive homes for sale in Denver right now are even more eye-popping than they were at this time last year, when the market seemed to be at its peak.

As evidence, compare the tags highlighted in our post about the most costly Denver homes for sale in December 2017 to those below. Only two of the six residences featured a year ago would even make the 2018 list, and the holder of the number-one spot twelve months ago would land in third place today.

The information for this post comes courtesy of the LIV Sotheby’s International Realty and the Love the Front Range websites, and we've included links and text from each listing below.

One of the residences also made our October roundup of the most expensive condos for sale in Denver — it's still available — and another is located in the same exclusive building, located on the 1100 block of 14th Street.

The other items are identified as single-family homes, although they're roomy enough for several clans to fit in without tripping over each other; the largest exceeds 20,000 square feet. The prices begin at $5.75 million (last year, the starting point was $4.85 million) and reach $11.5 million, an amount greater than the 2017 chart-topper by $750,000. And the home in the fourth slot has a historic pedigree, having been built by Colorado's second territorial governor as a wedding gift for his daughter circa the 1930s.

Oh, yeah: Three of the homes are located in the 80209 zip code, which has the highest median price for a home in Denver at present: $724,900. Rest assured that these helped push up that figure.

But looking is free. Take a visual tour below.
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