The 8,950-square-foot mansion provides 360-degree views of the Front Range and Mount Evans.
It seems like Coors is all over the news these days, from the shuttering of the Denver headquarters to, now, a Coors family estate hitting the market.
Once home to Bill Coors, grandson of Coors-founder Adolph Coors, Eagle Mountain estate is up for grabs if you happen to have a few million to drop. Bill Coors bought the estate in 1995 and lived there until he passed away in October 2018, at the age of 102.
The 8,950-square-foot home with four bedrooms and six bathrooms sits on a 101-acre estate, but only 20 acres of that is included in the sale. Coors wanted to preserve the integrity of the property after his passing and requested 81 acres be donated to a conservation easement. His wishes were honored, and the easement, which protects the acreage from subdivision and development, will be completed by the end of 2019.
But, not to worry, because 20 acres and all the other amenities are more than enough for luxury living.
The home features lots of open space and natural light, with plenty of wood throughout the interior. Courtesy of LIV Sotheby's.
The home features five fireplaces, a four-car garage, and gated entry. It also comes with a finished basement apartment that is basically its own little house within a house. Of course, it wouldn't be a mansion without some type of recreational facility included; in this case, it's a full tennis court complete with a detached tennis house, which has a kitchenette, bedroom, and bathroom.
Cousins, and great-nieces of Bill Coors, Holly Coors and Kristin Michas of LIV Sotheby's are in charge of the listing, so you can be sure they'll find the right buyers for their family home. You can see the listing on the LIV Sotheby's website.
Tennis anyone? Courtesy of LIV Sotheby's.
This is the second Coors-family related home that is up for sale. You can also check out a historic lodge in Grant that was built for Adolph Coors in the 1920s that has been on the market for since this summer.
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