A lot's changed since July 2013, when we published our previous post highlighting the six most expensive homes for sale in Denver, as featured on The Home Cart website. Of that half-dozen properties, four are now gone, and one that remains has had its price reduced by nearly half-a-million clams.
How can anyone resist a deal like that?
Check out the top six below, complete with photos, details and links to the original listings.
Number 6: 2303 E Alameda Avenue -- $3,200,000 Year Built: 1986 Total Sq Feet: 7,889 Acres: 0.26
Completely Remodeled In 2008, This Home Is Brand New. Backing To The Denver Country Club, One Has Mountain Views And City Views In The Winter. Full Of Sun, 3 Patios, Beautiful Garden, Gourmet Kitchen With Slab Marble And Top Of The Line Appliances.
Continue to keep counting down the winter 2014 roster of the six most expensive homes for sale in Denver. Number 5: 240 Gaylord Street -- $3,950,000 Year Built: 2006 Total Sq Feet: 9,184 Acres: 0.32
This Spectacular Custom Home Combines All The Amenities Of New Construction While Blending Beautifully With The Surrounding Historic Neighborhood, With The Added Convenience Of North Cherry Creek Just Steps Away. The Home, Built In 2006, By Boa Construction, Boasts Six En-suite Bedrooms, Including A Main-floor Master Suite, And Seven Baths, Complimented By Formal Living And Dining Rooms, A Main-floor Study, Two Laundry Rooms, Finished Basement, Attached Three-car Garage And Elevator To All Three Levels. Throughout The Home You Will Appreciate Soaring Ceilings, Huge Windows, Custom Finishes, Contemporary Styling With Exquisite Stone Counters And Flooring, Hardwood Floors, Numerous Built-ins, Cove Lighting And Custom Fixtures. The Two-story Family Entry Welcomes You With A Custom Iron Staircase And Unique Glass Sculpture. Marble Entry Leads You To The Open Kitchen And Family Room Anchored By A Massive Island. A Built-in Banquette Is Perfect For Family Dining.
Continue to keep counting down the winter 2014 roster of the six most expensive homes for sale in Denver. Number 4: 101 High Street -- $3,975,000 Year Built: 1919 Total Sq Feet: 10,236 Acres: 0.45
1919 Burnham Hoyt Estate, Historical Mediterranean Mansion Completely Remodeled In 2007. All Systems Are New, Grand Rooms For Entertaining, A William Ohs Kitchen, Very Private Yard And Courtyards, And Nearly A Half Acre Of Lush Landscaping. Located On One Of Denvers Most Prestigious And Beautiful Parkways And Just Steps From The Denver Country Club.
Continue to keep counting down the winter 2014 roster of the six most expensive homes for sale in Denver. Number 3: 8 Churchill Drive, Cherry Hills Village --$6,499,000 (Reduced from $6,900,000 in July 2013)
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 down the winter 2014 roster of the six most expensive homes for sale in Denver. Number 2: 1991 East Alameda #6 Avenue -- $6,800,000 Year Built: 2005 Total Sq Feet: 11,835 Acres: 0.36
The Borrowed Landscape, From The Exclusive Site On The Dcc Golf Course, Creates A Beautiful Panoramic Setting For This Exquisite Custom Built Diamond Home. Enjoy The Colors Of The Changing Seasons, Overlooking Cherry Creek And The Denver Skyline. Immediately Notice The Substantial Construction, Offering Fine Architectural Details And Quality Materials And Finishes. The Home Lives And Entertains For Today. . . Both In And Out, With Beautiful Formal Dining Room, Gourmet Kitchen, Covered Grill Terrace And Gracious Terrace Entertaining Spaces, Plus A Butlers Panty, Wine Cellar, And Second Kitchen In The Walk-out Level. The Luxury Of His And Hers Studies / Offices And Bathes, Complete With Dressing, And Walk-in Closets Becomes An Enjoyable Essential, Along With The Lavish Guest Suites, A Grandchildrens Bunk Room And Hang-out Space, Plus Exercise Room, And Abundant Storage.
Continue to keep counting down the winter 2014 roster of the six most expensive homes for sale in Denver. Number 1: 9 Cherry Hills Park Drive, Cherry Hills Village -- $9,200,000 (Same price as in July 2013) 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.
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