Cherry Creek mansion hits the market again for $8.55 million

333 Milwaukee Exterior

333 Milwaukee St. sold in 2016 for $7 million. BusinessDen file photo.

The most expensive home to sell in Cherry Creek is back on the market again.

The 8,281-square-foot home at 333 Milwaukee St. was listed for $8.55 million on Aug. 27.

The home, designed by Boulder-based Surround Architecture and built by Trail Star Development in 2016, has five bedrooms and six bathrooms. It sold for $7 million once it was completed, setting a high that has yet to be topped.

Skye and Kambria Callantine own the residence, according to property records. Skye is the founder and former CEO of the Denver-based private oil and gas company Felix Energy. He’s now a managing partner for the local branch of Houston-based Pontem Energy Capital, according to his LinkedIn.

The Milwaukee Street home is not the only one that would top the neighborhood record if it sells for list price. A property at 460 Saint Paul St. listed for $14 million last year, although that price has since been reduced.

333 Milwaukee Upstairs

Address: 333 Milwaukee St., Denver

Listing price: $8.55 million

Stats: Sitting on a third of an acre, the two-story home boasts 4,627 square feet above ground, plus a 3,124-square-foot basement with a home theater, recreation room, wet bar and two bedrooms.

The finer things: The modern property is built around a courtyard pool and patio. Inside, its high stone walls are crossed by wood beams and a central staircase climbing three levels from the basement to its second story. The steps are built from treads of an old railroad track.

333 Milwaukee Living Room

The 8,300-square-foot house was designed with reclaimed wood, glass and steel construction.

Sellers: Skye and Kambria Callantine

Listing agent: Scott Bernard with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

333 Milwaukee Exterior

333 Milwaukee St. sold in 2016 for $7 million. BusinessDen file photo.

The 8,281-square-foot home at 333 Milwaukee St., featuring a staircase built from treads of an old railroad track, sold for $7 million in 2016.

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One Comment

Eric Dolo

Insanity is ruling the roost. THIS, & every other multi – million $$ dwelling shows just how WIDE the chasm of ridiculous economic inequality is. This sale is for the 1/2 of the 1%. A measly 14 individuals who accumulate $64M a yr., even a pauper in the 1%, who amasses $515,000K a yr. is screwed. NOW, you c where that leaves the rest of the unwashed masses ….

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