Breathtaking Denver, Colorado Home Has A Wine Cellar, Elevator And Secret Trapdoor (PHOTOS)

Denver, Colorado is know for many things: cool wildlife, the Republic Plaza and... this absolutely breathtaking home.

For sale by Sotheby's for $7.5 million, the 14,638-square-foot abode has eight bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. According to the Wall Street Journal, it was built in 2004 and its design was inspired by Italian villas. It was also supposedly created with the movie "The Da Vinci Code" in mind, which would explain the trapdoor that leads to a private terrace. Think that's cool? It also has a double-sided fireplace, gourmet kitchen, elevator and wine room.

Scroll through our slideshow to see photos, and be sure to head over to Spotlight Home Tours and the Wall Street Journal for more information.

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