LITTLETON, Colo. — A "classic Colorado" property in Littleton recently hit the market with an asking price of $8 million.
The 41.5-acre property with a 12,488-square-foot home, boasting eight bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, is owned by retired oil and gas businessman Jim Lohrenz and his wife Ruth, who are downsizing.
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The residence at 9719 Chatridge Court was built in 2009 and purchased by the Lohrenz family in 2011 for $2.3 million, according to Douglas County records. The property was listed for sale on March 6 by daughter Stephanie Lohrenz and fellow listing agent Brian Furer of VIP Real Estate.
Along with Sunday family dinners, the property has hosted three weddings and served as a remote office even before Covid-19 made working from home essential, Stephanie Lohrenz told Denver Business Journal.
Features suited for entertaining include a gourmet kitchen with a massive island, a grand dining room and a great room positioned next to a wet bar and outdoor living space with a towering fireplace and mountain views.
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