A recently built mansion in Cherry Hills Village was the highest-priced home to sell in the Denver metro area in November.
The 2-year-old home at 6 Lynn Road sold Nov. 30 for just under $4.9 million, according to Arapahoe County records. It originally was listed in May at $5.2 million.
Address: 6 Lynn Road
Sale price: $4,855,535
Stats: The 10,835-square-foot mansion has six bedrooms and nine bathrooms, and sits on 2.5 acres.
Buyer: Stephen and Morgan Smith
Seller: Jenifer Marx, who bought the plot of land in 2013 for $1.4 million, according to records. Listing broker Sean Larkin said the house construction wrapped up in 2016.
Architect: Larry Cohen, president of LGC Architect. Cohen’s website said he designed the house to be a “new contemporary farmhouse,” set far back from the road to “subtly elevate the home (and) capture the beautiful vistas of the Front Range from Pikes Peak to Mount Evans.”
Listing brokers: Sean and Debbie Larkin of The Kentwood Co.
The finer things: The home has views of Pikes Peak and a circle drive leading to its three-car garage. Other features include a 350-square-foot atrium, chef’s office, guest apartment, home gym, wine cellar and private outdoor living space complete with fire pit.