This classical Georgian style home is located at 40 Polo Club Circle in Denver, CO. Built in 2006, it boasts a total of 13,280 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms. It is listed at $6,250,000. I have to say, this home is very well decorated. The rooms feel warm and inviting and not too cluttered. Lots of rich colors were used, which I really like. I love the window treatments as well as all the millwork.

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40 Polo Club Circle is a magnificent expression of this home builder’s art. The classic Georgian design incorporates exceptional craftsmanship to create a spectacular home of 11,800 finished square feet. Surrounded by three-quarters of an acre of beautifully landscaped grounds, this is truly one of Denver’s most unique estate properties.

A well-planned sequence of generously proportioned rooms leads effortlessly from formal to casual and family areas on all three levels. Extensive custom millwork, ten-foot ceilings with grand cornice moldings, base and trim define the space. Raised-panel wainscoting and walnut floors create depth and warmth.

Unexpected luxuries include; an automatic closing elevator, heated bathroom floors, an elegant powder room finished in onyx, a fully-equipped butler’s pantry, nine fireplaces, frameless shower doors, a snow-melt drive, and a three-car attached heated garage

Live like royalty in the main floor master suite with an exquisite six-piece bath, custom dual mahogany walk-in closets and French doors to the flagstone patio. Upstairs, four additional bedroom suites accommodate family and guests.

Superior 2×6 construction, Jenkins brick and full-dimension limestone provide strength and presence to this new home. The Vermont slate and copper roof are beautiful as well as durable. Comfort is easily regulated with five high-efficiency furnaces, Icynene’ foam insulation, steam and bypass humidifiers

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  • BB

    Better than the other one for sale in our neighborhood right on University. And although not a gated neighborhood there’s some security guards in a Durango who drive by 24/7. Moving to Cherry Hills Village though, like it more.




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  • Daniel

    I like it. Looks homey and elegant at the same time. Only tragedy is the billiards room, but that’s a quick fix. However, for the price I would want some sort of mountain view. I realize this ain’t Aspen, but if you’re spending that much I want a Rocky Mountain view.




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  • Grrrowler

    Like BB said, I’d also prefer it in Cherry Hills, but it’s a lovely house. Two words that come to mind are “gracious” and “comfortable” when looking at the pics. One thing I do find odd, but easily fixed, is that the dining table is oriented in the room the wrong way by 90 degrees. I also think the furniture arrangement in the bedroom sitting area in picture 12 looks a little awkward, but that’s also easily fixed.




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    • Oliver

      Exactly!! its an absolutely stunning home but the dining table needs to be turned and that seating area is orientated in a funny manner. and like Daniel said that billiards room needs to be rectified, its like they were decorating the house and simple forgot this room. I love the exterior, especially the stone but i gotta say, i hate it when the front door isnt centered on the main part of the house (i.e. 2 windows to the left and 1 to the right). other than that it is very homey and grand. i really like the banisters and stair hall in general.




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  • richvanc

    I do like this home, nothing to criticize for me, just one or two “tweeks” once I move in!!




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  • rob

    I personally like Polo Club better than Cherry Hills. Polo Club has more distinctive houses and more interesting people. It is more urban yet still quiet and secluded. Like this house alot. Quality workmanship throughout and just quietly elegant. Nothing is overstated. It looks like a real home. Agree that the rec. room needs redoing. Wish they had more pictures of the grounds. Would like to see how it is situated. Plus it is very close to the Tattered Cover, which is always a plus.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Well this seems to be the day of misplaced houses! First the Texas home that looks transplanted from Colorado, and now the Colorado home that looks like it’s from Atlanta! That said, this is a WONDERFUL home. The decorating and design are warm and inviting, very “Southern Hospitality” indeed. I did get the feeling that no new ground has been broken here, it looks very much like a lot of other Georgian homes I’ve seen…but then I noticed several little design details that I absolutely loved…sometimes the little things can make a big difference. Examples: the unique and distinctive design of the balusters on the back staircase in picture 10, the fact that a portion of the sitting room in picture 12 is open to a dormer above (an excellent way to make a plain, square room more interesting), and the fireplace mantle treatment and plain but elegant chandelier in the vaulted-ceiling room in picture 9. It’s little things like this that give you the feeling that a lot of care and thought were put into the design of the home, and I appreciate every one of these little details. I think it would be a privilege to call this place home.




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  • jet

    I can’t believe no one has mentioned the hideous carpet or rug? in the master bedroom and in the basement. I would change the stair railing that looks like it belongs in a church. Otherwise I love this home!




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    • NOVA Ben

      I myself would never have thought to have a railing design like that if I were building a house, but seeing it done this way here makes me realize that there are interesting alternatives to the usual round baluster design that you see so often. Maybe not my personal style, but deviations from the ordinary are sometimes refreshing things to see.




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