When you hear the word "Colorado," you tend to think of skiing in the High Country, the breweries along the Front Range, or the culture in the Mile High City.

The city of Pueblo probably doesn't come to mind. Unfortunately, it doesn't have the best reputation — in 2018, USA Today ranked the "Steel City of the West" as one of the worst places in the U.S.

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Despite this, Pueblo is home to some pretty cool things, including a hidden beach, the world's largest outdoor marijuana retail farm, and a $7.9 million mansion.

Located at 1615 Augusta Place, Zillow describes this residence as "one of the finest homes in Colorado." The 12,290-square-foot house features five bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, two kitchens, a gym, a walk-in hot tub, a heated garage, seven patios, an elevator, two offices, and a wine cellar.

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Even the structure is exciting — the mansion boasts "Michael Angelo marble floors," custom woodwork, onyx countertops, a stained glass window, and a tile roof imported from Italy.

According to Zillow, the residence is also within walking distance of the third-best golf course in Colorado and the Pueblo Reservoir.

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Living in Pueblo doesn't sound too bad now, does it (although we didn't check to see what less than millions of dollars will get you)? Look inside this stunning Pueblo mansion in the gallery below:

This $7.9 Million Colorado Mansion is for Sale & the Location Might Shock You

Pueblo, Colorado gets a lot of hate, but the city is home to some pretty awesome real estate. Look inside this $7.9 million Pueblo mansion in the gallery below.

Looking for more Colorado real estate? Take of virtual tour of this $1.8 million Grand Junction home with a pool for sale in the gallery below.

Dive In: $1.8 Million Grand Junction Home With Pool For Sale

Dive into this tour of the $1.8 million Grand Junction home for sale that has a pool, volleyball court, and movie theater.

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