Is living in the heart of a major metropolitan area the life for you? If you are looking for the ease and convenience of city living in Denver, you may want to check out this New York Style penthouse listed on Realtor right in the middle of downtown Denver.

Living in the heart of the Mile High City is going to cost you and it is going to cost you quite a bit. This penthouse is currently listed for $4.9 million. Three bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, and 5,884 square feet on the seventh floor of One Wynkoop Plaza will have you in the middle of it all in Denver.

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Up-close views of Coors Field can be seen from the terrace as well as views of the Rocky Mountains. Relax after a long day in your very own indoor hot tub located in the penthouse's sunroom. Other features of the penthouse include a workout room, infrared sauna, billiards room, and a home theater.

Look Inside This Stunning $4.9 Million Downtown Denver Penthouse

Take a look at this New York-style penthouse located in the heart of the Mile High City.

Parking is not an issue as the penthouse comes with two parking spaces. Storing your items is easy as the penthouse also includes a storage unit that is larger than some downtown Denver apartments at 650 square feet.

Downtown Denver living is going to cost you more than just the monthly mortgage payment. Having some of the amenities this penthouse available to its residents comes at a premium of $2,564 per month for homeowner association fees.

According to Realtor's monthly payment calculator, a twenty percent downpayment of $980,000 will give you an approximate monthly payment of $21,875. This monthly payment is based on a thirty-year fixed-rate mortgage at 3.106 percent which includes principal, interest, property tax, and homeowners association fees.

If you would like to find out more about this New York Style penthouse located at One Wynkoop Plaza, you can see the entire listing HERE via Kentwood Real Estate.

Source: Realtor - Kentwood Real Estate

The Tiny Towns Of Colorado

In a tiny town, where do you go to shop? Is there anywhere to go out to eat? And, given there aren't many people living in many of these tiny towns, is there even anything to do?

For those select few (and I do mean few) that live in these tiny towns, I have so many questions... the main one being, how do you do it?

From (lack of) population to significant earthquake activity - there are multiple reasons why I, personally, could never live in a tiny town.

Could you?

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