One of Denver's most spectacular residences is up for sale. It's at the Four Seasons Hotel in downtown Denver.
The Four Seasons has 101 private residences on 14th Street between Lawrence and Arapahoe streets.
The hotel calls them, "one of Denver’s most coveted residences" with "a world of time-saving conveniences amidst refined beauty and craftsmanship."
Let's go inside No. 4050 to a living area surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows with incredible views of downtown Denver.
The family room and dining area are enveloped by windows overlooking Denver's historic Daniels and Fisher Tower. A painted glass fireplace provides color and warmth.
And as you step over to the dining area, there are more windows with a view, including sliding glass doors that open on to an extra large balcony.
We'll step outside in a moment, but for now, let's continue strolling around this 4,828-square foot luxury residence.
The open floor plan has extensive space for entertaining.
The kitchen has custom Varenna cabinetry and Caesarstone countertops to create a central hub for social gatherings.
This Four Seasons residence features three bedrooms.
The master suite sits perched on the northwest corner of the flat where two walls of windows capture a scenic backdrop.
Extensive built-in cabinetry manufactured by Poliform maintains a contemporary aesthetic.
Step inside and you can marvel at the view outside.
While inside, you'll notice a master suite outfitted with floor-to-ceiling marble.
And that tub -- can you see yourself soaking there?
There are two other full baths and one partial bath in the residence.
Here's a peek inside the second bedroom with high ceilings and more great views.
The third bedroom is also spacious.
And then there's that inviting patio.
A roof provides shade and glass walls make sure your view is unobstructed as you marvel at your place above the city.
Residence 4050 at the Four Seasons is currently listed for $4.75 million, just under $1,000 per square foot.
If the views and the style haven't tempted you, there's a secret about this residence.
It's the private residence of world renowned architect Curtis Fentress. Fentress' buildings grace the skylines of cities around the world, and are visited by over 450 million people each year. Fentress has studios in Denver, Los Angeles, San Jose, Washington, D.C. and London.
Learn more about this residence on the LIV Sotheby's International Realty website.