Built to capture the panoramic views of Boulder’s mountain scenery, a 6,067-square-foot Boulder home sold for $7.15 million last month — earning the top spot among local sales in the metro area.
The five-bedroom, five-bathroom house at 1435 Sunset Blvd. was originally listed for $7.5 million on March 9.
Sellers Tom and Tamsin Jacky purchased the home for $2.45 million in 2013, according to property records. Tom is the CFO for Oklahoma-based West Star Operating Co., according to his LinkedIn. The couple sold the property to Thomas J. McMurray on July 1, according to property records.
Inside, visitors are greeted by soaring ceilings, wide-plank white oak floors, walls of windows and a floating staircase that features a waterfall.
Over the years, the sellers have updated the home built in 2009 with renovations like a professional heating system that extends to the outside deck, a custom dining nook with banquet seating and mountain views from every seat, and mahogany wood details in the kitchen.
“The location is one of the best in Boulder on a cul-de-sac street,” said listing agent Tom Kahn with Re/Max Alliance on Walnut. “You can roll out of bed and be at the Hotel Boulderado in two minutes.”
Kahn and Kathryn Whelan with Re/Max Alliance represented the Jackys and buyer’s agent Sara Oclassen with 8z Real Estate represented McMurray.
Here are the next four priciest local home sales from July, according to MLS data:
30 Polo Club Circle, Denver: $5.1 million
Listing agent: Christy Owen with Kentwood Real Estate Cherry Creek
Buyer’s agent: Jim Rhye with Kentwood Real Estate Cherry Creek
Details: Located in Belcaro’s historic Polo Club neighborhood, this white stone and stucco French country mansion is 10,488 square feet. There’s six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a formal living and dining room, study, gourmet kitchen, wine cellar, billiards room, and three car garage.
8932 Mountain View Lane, Boulder: $5.075 million
Listing agent: Jeffrey and Carliss Erickson and Ryan McIntosh with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Buyer’s agent: Brooke Weathers with Compass
Details: This Boulder mansion embodies the lane it lives on with “endless sunshine” and mountain views, according to the listing. It’s located within Boulder’s White Hawk Ranch luxury community with 56 custom built homes.
The 14,030-square-foot residence was built in 2007 by Beck Building. It features five en-suite bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a chef’s kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances and custom lighting, two offices and three powder rooms. The nearly 3,000-square-foot finished basement features a custom bar, game and rec room, wine cellar, music room, gym and home theater.
4795 Valhalla Drive, Boulder: $4.975 million
Listing agent: Amanda Lovato with Lovato Properties
Buyer’s agent: Zachary Zeldner with Compass-Boulder
Details: The third Boulder home to make the list sits on nearly four secluded acres. The 5,536-square-foot residence features a spacious great room that’s connected to a designer chef’s kitchen and a coffee bar with custom cabinetry on the first floor.
Upstairs, the master suite includes a custom walk-in closet, spa-like bathroom, private balcony, vaulted ceilings and mountain views. There are also four bedrooms, one bath, an office, and a laundry room.
Downstairs there’s a home gym, a walk-out lounge, and another full bathroom.
The backyard features a fish-stocked pond, back deck with a built-in fire pit, BBQ grill, mini-fridge, and smoker. There’s also a 300-square foot studio shed as well as an insulated barn that can fit three cars or a boat.
4301 Preserve Parkway, Greenwood Village: $4.387 million
Listing agent: Michael McCabe with Compass-Denver
Buyer’s agent: Michael McCabe with Compass-Denver
Details: This custom 12,396-square-foot mansion sits on 0.8 acres within The Preserve luxury community in Greenwood Village. It features six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and a sprawling floor plan with natural light in every room due to the oversized windows, according to the listing.
On the main floor, there’s a gourmet kitchen with two islands, Sub Zero appliances, granite countertops and mahogany cabinets, plus a formal living room with a custom stone, floor-to-ceiling fireplace and large French doors to the backyard.
Downstairs is an “entertainer’s oasis” with a game area, family room with a full bar and floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, movie theater, two bathrooms and bedrooms, and a home gym.
The backyard is situated on a tree lined lot backing to the highland canal and has two large, covered patios and a firepit.