Colorado Mountain Mansion: See the Coors Family Pueblo Style Home
See the Coors family's Pueblo Style home that was built in the 1920s. This $5 million mountain mansion has 11 bedrooms, 2 totem poles and is in Grant, Colorado.
In the early 1920s, Adolph Coors purchased 16 acres of land and built a cabin. This cabin was used as a stopover on the way to family's Timberline Lodge at 10,500 feet, according to the listing on Sotheby's International Realty.
The original cabin remains, along with an 11 bedroom Pueblo-style mansion. The house has 11 bedrooms and five bathrooms and is listed for $5 million. Every single bedroom even has a honeycomb wood-burning fireplace.
The Coors family home is on 16 acres, complete with a waterfall, a fishing pond, a hot tub, and a billiards room. Your next home is crazy cool but will cost you $5 million. If you do buy it, we'll bring the Coors.