PARKER, Colo. - For those with $18.37 million handy, now is your chance to make the largest home on the Front Range all yours.
Serenity Ridge, which was built in 2001, offers 50,397 square feet of living space on 70 pristine acres in Parker, Colorado, and includes 11 bedrooms, 24 bathrooms, a magnificent home theater and game room anchored by a two-lane bowling alley and luxurious indoor swimming pool.
The fully furnished home with a gated entry at 10687 Evans Ridge Road, is also a showcase for incredible art and a 1,600-bottle wine collection and has garage space for more than 29 cars, plus an underground passageway.
The listing agents at Keller Williams Realty DTC Market Center said the compound is the private getaway and corporate retreat for the former CEO of Dollar General stores, Cal Turner Jr., who is "ready to divest himself of the property."
If the home is not sold by late September, an auction will be held on Sept. 27 with no-reserve, meaning the property will sell to the highest bidder, with no minimum price, The Denver Post reported.
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