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Barbara Fentress, Designer of the Denver International Airport and Convention Center, Offers Her Private Mansion at Absolute Auction
Date:11/23/2009

The #1 Luxury Auction Company, Exclusively Auctions AZ, will sell this Magnificent Mansion in the exclusive community of Cherry Hills Village, Denver, CO, by Absolute Auction December 3, 2009.

Denver, Colo. (PRWEB) November 23, 2009 -- One look at the luxurious home of Barbara Fentress, located in Cherry Hills Village in Denver, Colo., and you are immediately and keenly aware that no details were overlooked. Ms. Fentress is the designer of the interiors of both the Denver International Airport and Convention Center, as well as the south wing of this exclusive mansion that overlooks both Pikes Peak and Longs Peak. Exclusively Auctions AZ, a boutique luxury firm, will be offering the home for sale through an absolute auction on December 3, 2009 with no minimum and no reserve.

Located on 1.34 acres, this Spanish-style home built in 1990 offers everything you would want in a private mansion. At nearly 11,000 square feet, the home boasts five bedrooms, seven baths, and three fireplaces. In 2006, Ms. Fentress added a 4,000 square foot south tower, expanding the home to include an in-ground pool, creating a stunning indoor / outdoor living space. At the entrance, visitors are greeted by a well-manicured Spanish garden in the shape of a Spanish cross.

The home, was recently appraised at $3.3M and offers multiple handcrafted amenities. Iron and wood courtyard doors mark the entrance to the courtyard, while inside the front doors are 25-foot ceilings, handcrafted beams, and Mexican tile. Hand-finished stone can be found throughout a home that combines original architectural features and modern touches. Ms. Fentress describes the property as “a respite from the rest of the world, a true sanctuary that offers peace and serenity.”

According to the National Auctioneers Association, approximately $17.1 billion of residential real estate was sold at auction between 2003 and 2
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