The most expensive home in the city of Pueblo, Colorado is $6.8 million more than the second most expensive home for sale in the area. The five-bedroom, ten bathrooms, 12,300 square foot home on a .87 acre lot is currently for sale for $7.9 million.

The home built in 2007 has been constructed in a cul-de-sac on a total of six lots. The home has been described as a Tuscan Retreat and has been featured in the September - October 2012 issue of Colorado Homes.

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For the aspiring chef, the kitchen alone could be worth the price tag of the home. The kitchen's features include two seven-foot islands, a built-in Sub Zero refrigerator, Viking appliances, and a French La Cornue gas range.

The master suite includes his and hers full bathrooms and walk-in closets. Each of the five bedrooms features walk-in closets. Recent upgrades also include Michael Angelo marble floors, custom woodwork, ironwork, and stonework.

This is the most expensive home in Pueblo, Colorado currently listed for $7.9 million.

An estimated monthly mortgage payment would be approximately $27,249. To get to this payment, you would need a downpayment of $1.58 million and a 3.176 percent rate on a 30-year mortgage according to Realtor.com.

Source: Realtor.com

Pueblo's Most Expensive Home

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