Cherry Hills Village is again king of the hill, boasting the highest-priced home sale in February.
A 9,000-square-foot mansion at 4475 S. Downing St. sold for $3.99 million on Feb. 24. The listing agent was Linda Behr with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty.
In January, the highest-priced home sale belonged to a mansion in Evergreen bought by an NFL lineman.
The two-story house in Cherry Hills was built by Newmyer Contracting in 2005, according to listing service ReColorado, and sold for $434 per square foot.
The house has six bedrooms and seven baths, and originally was listed in July 2016 for $4.3 million. The home went under contract in December.
“It was on a beautiful 3-plus-acre site with mountain views,” Behr said. “It was just a lovely home with great spaces and lots of light.”
The outdoor highlights include a covered patio, hot tub and private tennis court. The property also has a 634-square-foot building for a barn or art studio.
The home features Telluride stone, wood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows in the great room overlooking the mountains.
Anne and Thomas McGonagle sold the house to Raj and Michelle Dhanda, according to Arapahoe County property records.
Raj Dhanda, formerly a Morgan Stanley executive, joined Denver-based real estate group Black Creek in December, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Thomas McGonagle is CFO of Industrial Income Trust in Denver, according to his LinkedIn profile.