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Dream Colorado Mansion Up For Auction

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Parker, CO-A beautiful mansion in Parker, Colorado, is considered a dream home for many people and now it’s on the market.

The property is called "Serenity Ridge."

It’s a modest 50,000 square foot home complete with just about every amenity you could imagine.

11 bedrooms, 24 bathrooms, 4 kitchens and a wine cellar are just the tip of the iceberg.

There’s an indoor swimming pool, saunas, a bowling alley, a dance floor, a stage, and of course a home theater.

"It’s 50,397 square feet. There’s everything you could possibly imagine here for entertaining,” said Christine Battista with Keller Williams DTC. "They just simply want to move on to a different phase in their life. They don't need to, they're just choosing to.”

The best part is there's no minimum for bidding, you can even put down a dollar as your opening bid.

"You could start at a dollar, you can start at 20 million, you can start wherever you want. It's up to you it's a once in a lifetime opportunity where you can choose your price,” said Carl Battista with Keller Williams DTC.

The mansion also comes with a 3-person full time staff to keep all those rooms tidy.

If you don't mind a $98,000-a-month mortgage this beautiful mansion can be all yours.


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