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 comes with the two original Taos Indian Totem poles, which were carved in 1928. This house was constructed by Taos Indian craftsmen.

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.