The Tudor-style mansion has been in the same family for three generations. 

Originally constructed in 1947, the 4,776-square-foot home has five bedrooms, five bathrooms, multiple gardens, a fireplace, a swimming pool, pond, and sits on 8.73 acres. It has both a garage and a barn, as well as fenced pastures and a stream. The property is canopied by well-cared-for elm trees and has truly magnificent views from its prime location.

Three generations of the same family have lived on the property, which is now up for sale for the first time in 70 years. The home is currently owned by the entity Taylor Family Residence LLC., which represents the family.

4500 East Belleview Avenue

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Listed with agents Marcela Robbins and Claudia Garza of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty, the home located at 4500 East Belleview Avenue is priced at $6.5 million and is being sold in "as is" condition. The property is described by the listing agents as "A once in a lifetime opportunity!"

*Please note that the home is now listed as "Under Contract".

4500 East Belleview Avenue

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The house was constructed using adobe brick made from the on-site pond and stucco, and is surrounded by tranquil open space.  The property is very spacious, with several sitting rooms, an office/study, and a very roomy, colorful kitchen. Plenty of windows keep the interior bright and cheerful, and the whole estate looks like it could have been taken right from the English countryside.

Its wooden paneled ceiling is quite beautiful and gives the home a very luxurious, yet natural feel. With wooden accents throughout, tile, carpet, hardwood and natural stone floors, and a quaint homey feel, it's very welcoming and a great place for a family gathering.

This a very beautiful property in a location that offers peaceful access to nature, and plenty of room for horses, chickens, goats, or whatever other livestock you may want.  It is zones as an equestrian property and has access to plenty of open space bordering both Highline Canal and Marjorie Perry Nature Preserve.

We could explore this place all day, and find ourselves right at home in the home, and the property would make a beautiful backdrop to family pictures or a formal event.

What do you think? Is this Tudor style mansion somewhere you would want to call home? Let us know in the comments.