Highest-priced home sales of 2017

January: $5.4 million

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The 10,700-square-foot main house was built in 1975. (Mason Morris Ranch Co.)

February: $3.99 million

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The 9,000-square-foot mansion at 4475 S. Downing St. sold for $4 million.

March: $6 million

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The 9,600-square-foot mansion sits on two acres at 14 Cherry Hills Drive. (Courtesy LIV Sotheby’s)

April: $3.48 million

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The home at 675 N. Humboldt St. was bought for $3.48 million. (Courtesy Sotheby’s)

May: $5.85 million

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The home at 1991 E. Alameda Ave. sold for nearly $6 million. (Kate Tracy)

June: $5 million

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Jacques Benedict designed the home at 910 Gaylord St., which sold for $5.75 million. (Kate Tracy)

July: $4.95 million

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The condo at 1133 14th St.
sold for $5.3 million. (REcolorado and LIV Sotheby’s)

August: $3.5 million

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The home at 15 S. Dexter St. sold for $3.5 million. (REcolorado and Re/Max)

September: $4.3 million

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The home at 18 Cherry Hills Park Drive sold for $4.3 million. (REcolorado and LIV Sotheby’s)

October: $5.275 million

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The two-story home at 32 Polo Club Circle sold for nearly $5.3 million. (LIV Sotheby’s)

November: $5.3 million

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The condo at 1133 14th St.
sold for $5.3 million. (REcolorado and LIV Sotheby’s)

January: $5.4 million

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The 10,700-square-foot…

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