It's no secret that Colorado is home to some extravagant real estate. You'll find many of these multi-million dollar properties in ski towns like Aspen, Vail, and Telluride, as well as some of the more wealthy urban parts of the state like the Denver suburbs of Cherry Creek and Highlands Ranch.

However, a house that was recently (and still may be) the most expensive home listed for sale in the state of Colorado is just outside of the college town of Boulder.

Keep scrolling to learn about, and take a look around Colorado's famous Glass House.

The Glass House Outside of Boulder Colorado

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Many famous homes in Colorado are famous for their owners, but The Glass House is famous for its architecture and location more than anything else.

It's located at the base of the Foothills just outside of Boulder, and once you take a virtual tour, you'll see why it earned its nickname.

With such natural beauty surrounding it, it's no surprise that The Glass House is full of windows. In fact, some rooms of the house appear to be completely made of glass and you'll even find windows in areas with bathtubs and showers.

The home was recently listed for just under $14 million and is said to be over 11,000 square feet in area.

Other features of The Glass House include a movie theater, mahogany wood floors used on the ceilings, custom plasterwork, an entire level reserved for guests, and of course, a lot of glass.

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