Listing includes a beautiful rock home, a waterfall, a fishing pond, a barn, and more. 

Do you have a couple million dollars just burning a hole in your pocket? If so, we should be best friends ... er, I mean, you should check out this very-Colorado lodge with history for days. If not, we'll just have to settle with pictures of this 1920s lodge near Grant, Colorado, built by the Coors family as a stopover on their way to Timberline Lodge.

The land for the home was purchased by Adolph Coors, the founder of the famed brand of beer, to build a stopover "cabin," and what a "cabin" he did build. The handcrafted, 9,500-square-foot home, named the Pueblo House, was completed in 1925 and is anything but a shanty in the woods.

pueblo house pool hall

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The house itself was designed by 'Gus' Roehling – a noted architect in the 1920s and family friend of the Coors family and the Newton family. The home was built by a tribe of Taos Indian craftsman brought in from New Mexico. "The structure was occupied by Louise Coors Porter for 20 years and displayed much of the family’s prominent Native American art collection," says the property listing by Sotheby's. Roehling also built the historic Crest House on the summit of Mount Evans. 

Coors lodge living area

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It has 11 bedrooms, four-plus fireplaces, and 5.5 bathrooms, as well as vintage touches throughout. 

"The original stove where Louise cooked for guests remains a focal point in the home’s kitchen today. Even more impressive is the Pueblo House’s ability to host a crowd, offering 11 bedrooms and five full baths. Each gracious bedroom comes complete with a functional, honeycomb wood-burning fireplace, only adding to the charm. Original details include hand-hewed windows, custom doors made on-site and vintage hardware in the kitchen," says the listing. 

Pueblo House kitchen

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Of course, it has been updated with modern amenities, and the property also comes with several outdoor features, including a barn and lake, that would make it a recreation haven. 

You can get an inside (and outside) look at this historical lodge and all it has to offer through Sotheby's video tour.

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