Years ago, one of my goals was to live and work in a bustling downtown setting. As soon as I turned 16 and got my driver's license, I remember constantly spending any weekend that my dad allowed me to have the minivan in the middle of downtown Denver. Of course, I never told him where I was taking the minivan because if I did, he would have never let me take it ever again.

I loved the city life and hoped that one day, I would be able to live right in the heart of everything in the Mile High City. Years have gone by, and my priorities and aspirations have changed. That doesn't mean that I don't still occasionally daydream about that place I used to want in downtown Denver. Don't get me wrong, I love living in a suburb surrounded by farmland, but if I had the opportunity to own this place, I certainly would love to have it, if only for a place to have a weekend getaway.

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This $2.8 million Denver condo is located in the south tower of the Beauvallon at 925 N Lincoln Street. The condo features 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and 5,708 square feet of living space. That's nearly four times the size of my current home.

The condo showcases some amazing views, including three private terraces with views of the Rocky Mountains and Denver's skyline. One of the main focal points of this Denver condo is the Brown Palace-inspired bar accompanied by a 400-bottle wine rack.

$2.8 Million Denver Condo

 

To give you an idea of how much you may be spending to live in this condo, we referred to Realtor's monthly payment calculator. This $2.8 million condo would cost you approximately $15,709 a month. Here's the monthly payment breakdown based on a 20 percent down payment of $560,000:

  • Principal and Interest - $9,590
  • Property Tax - $2,333
  • Home Insurance - $840
  • HOA Fees - $2,946

If you would like to see the entire listing for this Denver $2.8 million condo, click HERE.

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Source: Realtor.com