12612 White Deer Drive is a five-bedroom, 5 1/2-bathroom single-family home near Deer Creek Canyon Park
Up for auction on Oct. 27, 12612 White Deer Drive is a five-bedroom, 5 1/2-bathroom single-family home in unincorporated Jefferson County.
WHAT: 12612 White Deer Drive is a five-bedroom, 5 1/2-bathroom single-family home in unincorporated Jefferson County.
PRICE: Currently listed for $4 million, the house will be sold at auction with no reserve Oct. 27 by Concierge Auctions.
SIZE: 6,262 square feet
LOCATION: Set on 13.5 acres, this equestrian estate is located in the exclusive White Deer Valley neighborhood, part of a gated community with only six homes on a private lane. Deer Creek Canyon Park is nearby, and the community has direct access to miles of horseback riding and hiking trails, said Concierge Auctions project sales manager Danny Prell. “It’s a beautiful mountain home that’s secluded, but it’s close to the city of Littleton and also close to the core of Denver,” he said.
ABOUT THE HOUSE: Built in 2006, the mountain contemporary home boasts a two-story great room and gourmet kitchen for entertaining, a temperature-controlled wine cellar, three fireplaces and an elevator.
Each of the home’s five bedrooms takes advantage of the property’s panoramic views of the foothills and Eastern Plains. Outside, there are three more fireplaces, a hot tub, infinity pool and open-air patio.
“It has amazing views of White Deer Valley, panoramic views,” Prell said. “You can see the rolling hills and you can see the mountains.”
For horse lovers, the property also features a three-stall barn with heated tack room, outdoor riding ring and fenced pasture. An attached 3-car garage comes equipped with a caretaker’s apartment.
Finishes include a zinc roof, hand-scraped walnut floors, reclaimed barnwood and dry stacked stone. “It’s a completely custom home,” Prell said.
ABOUT THE AUCTION: The house will hit the auction block at 6 p.m. Oct. 27 via Concierge Auctions’ Instant Gavel app. Bidders must register in advance at conciergeauctions.com, deposit $100,000 into an escrow account and provide a bank letter of reference, Concierge Auctions vice president of marketing Krystal Aeby said.
There is no minimum bid on the property, which has been on the market for two years, Prell said. Typically, luxury homes sell at auction for 50 to 85 percent of the current list price.
“It’s an excellent opportunity to buy a property with this fantastic indoor-outdoor lifestyle and equestrian amenities, yet be close to the amenities a city would offer,” Aeby said.