Photos: Six most expensive homes for sale in Denver, summer 2013 edition
Just over six months ago, we shared a post featuring the five most expensive homes for sale in Denver, as featured on The Home Cart website. Checking back in, we discovered that three of the five are no longer listed -- a sign of the improving economy? -- while two remain, with one of them marked down by around $500,000. Bargain!
See that pair plus four new listings for spectacular properties, complete with pics, details and links ready for clicking by those wanting a major housing upgrade.
Number 6: 23 Sunset Drive, Cherry Hills Village -- $5,895,000 (reduced from $6,480,000)
Year Built: 1931 Builder: CUSTOM Total Sq Feet: 10,717 Acres: 2.30
One-of-a-kind Opportunity To live In The Most Desired Cherry Hills Village Community. This Brick Tudor Sits On One Of The More Premier Lots In Country Homes. Lushly Landscaped Grounds, With Full Gardens, Horse Barn,greenhouse And Pool. Remodeled Kitchen. Large Family Room And New Master Suite. Lrg Formal Rooms, 6 Bedrooms, 7 Baths And A Full Finished Basement With Full Finished Basement. Best Location.
Continue to keep counting up the six most expensive homes for sale in Denver, summer 2013 edition. Number 5: 1400 E Oxford Lane, Cherry Hills Village -- $6,400,000
Year Built: 2008 Total Sq Feet: 15,807 Acres: 2.38 An Award Winning Luxury Estate, One Of Cherry Hills Finest Properties. Architectural Elegance In This Exquisite Mediterranean Villa. 2. 4 Acres, Canopy Trees, Gorgeous Stone Walls, Lawns, Gardens And Terraces. Pool, Spa, Fire Pit And Well For Irrigation. Discover Your Own Private Sanctuary Unlike Any Other.
Continue to keep counting up the six most expensive homes for sale in Denver, summer 2013 edition. Number 4: 8 Churchill Drive, Cherry Hills Village -- $6,900,000
Year Built: 2009 Total Sq Feet: 19,804 Acres: 2.00 This Two-story 8-bedroom, 13-bath, 19,771 Finished Square Foot Mediterranean Style Cherry Hills Village Estate Home Features A Private Screening Room, Nine Fireplaces (with Imported Antique Mantels), Space For A 12-cars, Mother-in-law Suite / Nanny's Quarters, Workout Area, Wine Room, Theater, British Style Bar / Pub, Elevator, Catering Kitchen, Library, Billiards Rooms And Private Offices All Overlooking The 11th Hole At The Cherry Hills Country Club On 2 Acres. Incredible Mill Work, Hardwood Floors, Imported Tile, Custom Cabinetry, Lighting, Fixtures And Hand Crafted Design Throughout. Magnificent Balconies And Patios With Incredible Views Of The Golf Course. Corporation / Investor Owned Property.
Continue to keep counting up the six most expensive homes for sale in Denver, summer 2013 edition. Number 3: 3 Winwood Drive, Cherry Hills Village -- $7,500,000
Year Built: 2004 Builder: Cornerstone Total Sq Feet: 14,638 Acres: 2.50 Undeniably One Of The Best Residences In Denver. Located At The End Of A Country Road (being Paved Aug / '13) And Sitting On 2. 5 Pristine And Very Private Acres, This Home Has Been Completely Remodeled With Only The Finest Designer Finishes And Meticulous Attention To Detail. Resort-like Property Includes Infinity Pool, Hot Tub, Numerous Patios, Decks And Botanic Gardens-like Grounds. Fabulous Floor Plan With An Incredible Multi-island Kitchen, Large Wine Room, Hearth Room, Elegant Dining Room, Main Floor Media Room, Great Room With Floor To Ceiling Double-sided Fireplace And Enormous Windows. Main Floor Covered Patio Is A Relaxation Mecca. Elevator To All 3 Floors. Dual Offices. 6 Car Heated Garage / Driveway. Shared Well For Irrigation. 2nd Floor Is Perfect For Families With Young Or Older Kids. With O Basement Is Wide-open And Provides Incredible Entertaining Space And / Or The Kids' Perfect Getaway. This Property Is Undeniably Magnificent. No Other Compares.
Continue to keep counting up the six most expensive homes for sale in Denver, summer 2013 edition. Number 2: 14 Cherry Hills Drive, Cherry Hills Village -- $8,500,000
Year Built: 2011 Builder: Bond General Total Sq Feet: 8,842 Acres: 1.93 Best Location In Cherry Hills. Located Directly On Cherry Hills Country Club With Heart-stopping Golf Course And Mountain Views. Brand New Absolutely Spectacular Walk-out Ranch, Main Floor Master, Elevator, Outdoor Eating Areas And Living Spaces. Christopher Peacock Kitchens, Baths And Built-ins. Highest Quality Materials And Craftsmanship Throughout. Marble, French White Oak, Wool Carpets, Baldwin, Savant, Kolbe And Kolbe Windows, $1 / 2 Mil Landscaping And Outdoor Lighting, Full Walkout, Gym With Laguna Sliding Doors An State Of The Art Equipment With Pilates Machine.
Continue to keep counting up the six most expensive homes for sale in Denver, summer 2013 edition. Number 1: 9 Cherry Hills Park Drive, Cherry Hills Village -- $9,200,000 (Same price as in January)
Year Built: 1919 Builder: FISHER & FISHER Total Sq Feet: 9,865 Acres: 2.75
Historic Grand Mansion Built In 1919 By Fisher And Fisher For The Gano Family. Respectfully Updated. Great Attention Paid To Electrical, Hvac, Drainage, Pool, Grounds, Roof And Facia. Resort Like 45' Pool And Spa With Great Event Entertaining Areas. House Lives Very Modern With Gourmet Top-of-the-line Kitchen, Museum Quality Throughout. Original Steel Windows Backed With Newer Double Panes. Show Stopping Grand Entry. Three Patios. Outdoor Kitchen. Two Outside Fire Pits. Four Car Garage With Attached Carriage House With Apartment. Perfect For Guest Or Caretaker. Park Like Yard With Re-circulating Stream And Pond. Gated Within Gated Community. In The Villages Most Exclusive Enclave. Easement For Highline Canal Access.
More from our Business archive circa January: "Photos: Five most expensive homes for sale in Denver."
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