$16,900,000 | Built 1902 | 25,127 Sq. Ft. | 15 Beds | 20 Baths | 153 Acres
Perched on a hillside overlooking 153 acres next to the sparkling Crystal River in Redstone, Colorado, this iconic Tudor Revival mansion was built in 1902 and meticulously restored in 2018 by its current owners. Known as Redstone Castle, the 24,000 square foot Tudor Revival residence was recently reduced to $16.9 million after hitting the market in September for $19.75 million. Great care was taken to return the castle to its original glory while bringing it into the modern era with new bathrooms, an updated kitchen and infrastructure. Nearly 150 gated acres surrounded by towering red cliffs, waterfalls and river set the stage for the historic castle where Teddy Roosevelt and the Rockefellers vacationed. A carriage house, garages and horse arena, plus the right to build 20,000 square feet of additional cottages, early water rights and unparalleled access to the high country complete this jewel of an offering. Redstone Castle is on the market for $16.9 million with Jeffrey Bier of Coldwell Banker.