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13,000-SF Colorado home with 'mini Red Rocks Amphitheatre' and homebrewing room lists for $4.4M

The Fort Collins home also features a two-story atrium with streams and a koi pond, a library, craft room, home theater, wine cellar and gym.

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — A Colorado home designed to entertain recently hit the market for $4.4 million.

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Built in 2000, the five-bedroom, nine-bathroom home at 3622 Dixon Cove Drive in Fort Collins spreads out over 12,772 square feet, with plenty of draws for guests. The residence features a two-story atrium with streams and a koi pond, a library, craft room, home theater, wine cellar, homebrewing room and gym.

Other perks for the owners include two offices, two laundry rooms and balconies overlooking the atrium, along with the master bedroom's private patio with a hot tub and sauna.

Situated on 36 acres next to Horsetooth Reservoir, the property boasts views of the foothills and reservoir and features a stage and seating designed to resemble the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre, audio hookups and all. The property also includes a nine-hole frisbee golf course, shooting range and garden.

> Read more and see photos on DenverBusinessJournal.com

Credit: Boxwood Photos via Denver Business Journal and Coldwell Banker Reality

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