A rare penthouse is on the market in Denver, and KMGH got a look inside.
"Penthouses in the world are really the rarest form of real estate. ... Welcome to the main area of No. 25 Downing where most of the fixtures were imported from Europe, for example like this fireplace," real estate broker Douglas Kerbs told KMGH.
The penthouse sits at the very top of the north tower of a condominium complex located just outside of downtown Denver.
Just under 6,500 square feet, it includes three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a wine cellar, billiards room and his and her studies. Yes, there are two.
"With 12-foot beamed ceilings and hand-painted wooden floors, there's definitely a feeling like you're in France," a KMGH reporter said.
The views are something to boast about, too. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow occupants to see the nearby golf course, Rocky Mountains and downtown Denver.
While the dictionary defines a penthouse as an apartment built on the top floor of a building, back in 2010, the president of a New York brokerage firm told The New York Times the term "penthouse" is being expanded to include apartments on multiple floors near the top of a building.
As for the price of that Denver penthouse? It's currently listed for $5.25 million. See more of it here.
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