For the first time in over a year, the Country Club neighborhood was the setting of the metro area’s priciest home sale in a given month.
BusinessDen chronicles the highest-priced home to sell in the Denver area each month. The last time a Country Club home locked down the No. 1 spot was July 2018, when the 7,400-square-foot home at 470 Race St. sold for $4 million.
Homes still for sale in Country Club include 380 Gilpin St., originally built for a book collector, at $6 million. At 160 N. High St., a home known for its celebrity-studded parties is asking $3.43 million, and a nearly century-old Tudor home at 120 N. Humboldt is on the market at $3.6 million.
Address: 1625 East 3rd Ave.
Sale price: $5.65 million
List price: $6.25 million
Stats: The five-bed, seven-bath home offers 8,400 square feet of living space atop a quarter-acre lot.
The finer things: The Tudor home, located on a corner lot within the Country Club Historic District, was built in 1909 and recently remodeled. It’s finished with heated hardwood floors, new windows, a poker room, and a home theater decked out with a golf simulator. The finished basement boasts 10-foot ceilings.
Outdoors is a covered patio, a sunroom and a professionally landscaped yard. The estate also features nanny’s quarters and a four-car garage.
Seller: Owl Nest LLC, registered by Ron D. Huston, who purchased the home in 2011 for $2.58 million, according to public records. Huston is the co-founder of Advanced Circuits Inc., which is the third-largest printed circuit board manufacturer in the U.S., according to its website.