Step Inside this Stunning $6.9M Italian-Inspired Colorado Mansion

Step Inside this Stunning $6.9M Italian-Inspired Colorado Mansion

A home so grand, it has its own name – Villa Toscana, in Castle Pines Village, is on the market for a whopping $6.9 million dollars. Step inside the stunning mansion to see everything the primo property has to offer. Villa Toscana

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The gorgeous mega-mansion, located at 6 Eagle Pointe Drive, features an eclectic Italian design with Moroccan, Egyptian, and Asian influences throughout. LIVLUX Real Estate House or Hotel?

Between the bold columns and detailed stonework, the porte-cochere entry at this Castle Pines Village home could pass as a fancy hotel. Grand Entrance

Talk about a grand entrance! The front doors are hand carved and the archways are a theme throughout the mansion. East Wing

The East Wing (yes, there’s wings) of the home is all about entertaining and dining. The main level includes the kitchen, hearth room, living room, dining room, library-office, and master suite. Wine Cellar

An Italian home wouldn’t be complete without an authentic wine cellar. The massive temperature-controlled cellar is located in the lower level of the East Wing.

The home theater is also located in the East Wing. The theater has a magnificent carved Egyptian door, custom tiered seating, a performance stage with adjoining dressing room, remote control projector, lighting, audio and stage curtains.

The sprawling home has 10 bathrooms. Like the rest of the house, the accents and details in each of these rooms is impeccable. Bedrooms Fit for Royalty

The 6 luxurious bedrooms are all fit for kings and queens. Most of the bedrooms are located in the private and quiet West Wing of the home, along with the library and offices.

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