Frank Lloyd Wright-Inspired Home on 6 Acres in Denver to List for $21.5 Million

A more than 6-acre property in Denver’s posh Polo Club neighborhood is set to hit the market for the first time in 70 years on Wednesday for $21.5 million, Mansion Global has learned.

The land is about twice the size of many of the bigger lots in the Polo Club community, according to listing agent Josh Behr of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty. It’s also the first time the estate has been listed since 1951.

“This is one of the two largest residential properties ever to be brought to market in Denver,” he said. “It’s not just some run-of-the-mill home you can buy whenever. This is a generational opportunity…it may not come back on the market in our lifetimes.”

The residences on the property—a four-bedroom, five-bathroom main house spanning 8,417 square feet and a two-bedroom, two-bathroom guest house that’s just over 1,000 square feet—are considerably newer, having been built about eight years ago, Mr. Behr said. The owners, who declined to comment for this article, worked with the Jackson Hole, Wyoming-based architectural firm CLB on the Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired design.

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