You never know what kind of unique real estate listings you'll come across in the state of Colorado. Typically we see huge mansions in ski towns like Aspen and Vail, as well as historic homes and marvels of modern architecture throughout the state.

However, this particular listing is so massive and secluded that while it could be used as a home for a large and wealthy family, there are numerous other purposes it could serve.

Massive + Gorgeous Home Secluded in Rural Colorado

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The property we're going to be checking out is located just outside of the small Colorado town of Walsenburg, which is located on the state's southeastern plains between Pueblo and Trinidad.

The home, located at 3001 County Road 330, sits on a 200-acre lot of land atop a cliff. It features eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a four-car garage, and is currently listed for $3,500,000.

The massive building has a total of 12,504 square feet of living space and features numerous massive rooms which include a library, a movie theater, a kitchen, a dining area, what might be considered the lobby based on what the home was used for, and much more.

The listing notes that the home was built in 2005 by the current owners and suggests numerous ideas of what it could be used for. For example, the eight-bedroom mansion could easily serve as a retreat facility, a wedding venue, a hunting lodge, or a vacation rental, just to name a few of these ideas.

Keep scrolling to check out this massive hidden gem for sale just outside of Walsenburg, Colorado:

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