Hamptons-style Cherry Hills Village mansion tops local home sales in June

This Cherry Hills Village home topped the list for priciest residential sales last month. (Courtesy LIV Sotheby’s International Realty)

A Hamptons-inspired estate in Cherry Hills Village snagged the top of the list of priciest residential sales in the Denver metro area last month.

The 10,666-square-foot mansion, located at 1701 E. Tufts Ave., sold for $4.8 million on June 23. It sits on 2.4 acres, and features six bedrooms and nine bathrooms.

Recently renovated, the property comes with a new gourmet kitchen and master bathroom. It has a coastal-style design with cool-tone siding, white columns and stonework accents on the exterior, and lots of natural light on the interior.

“This is a magical house; it’s as if it were plucked from a storybook,” listing agent Janet Kritzer said. “My favorite aspects are the extraordinary setting, the beautiful Hamptons and Cape Cod tones, and the recent renovations by the sellers.”

The home was purchased by Nicole and Tyler Sherman, according to public records. Sellers Randall Lynch and Wendy Browning-Lynch paid $3.87 million for the property in 2018. Lynch is the chief financial officer at DigitalGlobe, a Westminster-based geospatial services provider, according to his LinkedIn profile.

Kritzer with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty represented the seller, and Amy Frankmore with Compass represented the buyer.

775 Kalmia Ave. in Boulder — $4.45 million

(Courtesy Julie Kruger)

Listing agents: Stephen Remmert with Compass Colorado and Phil Booth with Colorado Landmark Realtors

Buyer’s agent: Stephen Remmert with Compass Colorado

Details: Sold on June 17, this secluded 8,500-square-foot home sits on a 1.3-acre lot among towering oak and spruce trees. It features four bedrooms and seven bathrooms, as well as multiple courtyards and outdoor entertaining areas.

2056 Elk View Road in Larkspur — $4.12 million

(Courtesy LIV Sotheby’s International Realty)

Listing agents: Wendy Fryer and Susan Evans with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

Buyer’s agent: Ryan Wilson with Coldwell Banker Residential

Details: Sitting on a little more than 70 acres, this 10,000-square-foot estate also comes with a carriage house, a six-stall breeding stable and an attached barn. The sprawling property features six beds and nine baths, as well as two-story ceilings in the living and family rooms. There’s no shortage of activities with both an indoor and outdoor pool and a basement complete with a theater room, a large wet bar and an indoor hot tub.

401 S. Garfield St. Unit No. 3 in Denver — $3.95 million

(Courtesy Kentwood Real Estate)

Listing agent: Christy Owen with Kentwood Real Estate Cherry Creek

Buyer’s agent: Christina Freyer Walker with Colorado and Company Real Estate

Details: Designed by Carlos Alvarez of Denver-based Alvarez Morris Architectural Studio, this 6,510-square-foot property is located in Belcaro. It sold on June 24, and features four beds and six baths. Out front is a walled entry courtyard with a babbling fountain and covered fireplace seating.

6135 Northway Drive in Morrison — $3.23 million

(Courtesy Boxwood Photos)

Listing agents: Kelly McBartlett and Christine Cavalier with The Group Real Estate Associates

Buyer’s agent: Kelly McBartlett with The Group Real Estate Associates

Details: Featuring five en suite bedrooms and seven bathrooms, this timber-frame home was built by Golden-based Landmark Luxury Homebuilders in 2018. The gourmet kitchen is complete with a marble island, espresso machine and double oven. Throughout the home, four gas fireplaces and four beverage coolers have been installed.

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