Extreme Homes: French Provincial for $3,675,000

Posted at 2:42 PM, May 31, 2016

If you dream of a rural French manor home from the 1600s in the heart of a modern city... this is your wake up call.

This exquisite estate in Denver's Hilltop neighborhood is fit for Louis XIV and is available for sale through LIV Sotheby's International Realty.

With a steep roof, arched front entrance, stone balustrades, and tall, second-story windows, this home at 99 South Belaire Street is a classic example of French Provincial architecture.

"You will be enchanted by the extensive use of large windows and french doors, all designed to capture the beautiful exterior with stone terraces, gardens, lawn and patios," the listing states.

The home features more than 10,000 square feet of living space and is located on a corner lot that is just over a quarter-acre.

The front entrance is truly grand - a two-story foyer framed by a dual staircase, complete with chandelier. 

The kitchen has two islands, hardwood floors and mahogany cabinets with mirrored accents and intricately carved lion heads.

The adjoining family room has a lush fireplace with extensive moldings and recessed lighting.

The home includes multiple master and guest suites, for a total of 7 bedrooms, 6 full baths and 3 partial baths.



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"The final touch is showcased in the finished lower level with an expansive recreation room, game and billiard area, elegant wet bar and wine storage, fireplace, large exercise room, and custom theater with French doors out to a private garden area," the listing states.

The home also has a 3-car garage, a fountain in the backyard and a private elevator. 

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