Cannabis exec asks $5M for Denver’s Observatory Park home bought on 4/20

Brad Speidell, who along with family members built and run cannabis retailer The Green Solution, has listed his Observatory Park mansion for $5 million.

Speidell is chief sales officer at TGS Global, the Denver-based parent company of The Green Solution medical and recreational marijuana retailers. He purchased the home on the 2400 block of South Adams Street appropriately enough on April 20, 2021, for $3.8 million, according to property records. The house is 7,000 square feet.

Green Solution lists 19 locations on its website. The company sold for $140 million in 2019, according to reports.

Spiedell added a pool with a hot tub and an entertainment area enclosed with folding glass walls. The home has custom landscaping that includes petrified wood and spruce trees that grow like bonsai.

The custom pool includes a hot tub and sits outside an entertainment area enclosed with folding Nana Walls. (Provided by Pineapple Labs)

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