$7.4M Greenwood Village mansion tops September home sales

4030 E. Forbes Ct. is a 19,000-square-foot mansion in Grenwood Village on 2 acres that sold for $7.4M (Photo courtesy of Kentwood Real Estate)

Surrounded by 2.1 acres, a 19,020-square-foot Greenwood Village mansion sold for $7.4 million last month, earning the No. 1 spot on BusinessDen’s monthly top home sale list.

The seven-bedroom, 10-bathroom home at 4030 E. Forbes Court was originally listed for $7.95 million in June. The sellers, Tim and Janice Laney, purchased the property for $4.625 million in 2012, later transferring it to a trust, according to property records.

Tim is the CEO of National Bank Holdings, which operates a network of more than 80 banking centers located in Colorado, Kansas City, New Mexico, Texas and Utah, according to his LinkedIn.

The couple sold the property to the entity 4030 Forbes LLC, managed by John Albright Jr., on Sept. 8.

The Greenwood Village mansion was built in 2007 and features a marble-floored foyer, the central hallway accented by wainscoted limestone, cathedral beamed ceilings and detailed woodwork and paneling, according to the listing. 

The home also features a two-story living room, a gourmet kitchen with two islands, a 6,394-square-foot finished basement with a rec room, wine cellar, theater, gym, massage room and storage. Outside, there’s a pool, hot tub and multiple patios with grills and fireplaces.

Gina Lorenzen with Kentwood Real Estate DTC represented the sellers, and Cliff Manley with BSW Real Estate represented the buyer.

Here are the next four priciest local home sales from September, according to MLS data:

 

902 White Hawk Ranch Drive, Boulder: $5.75 million

This six-bedroom, eight-bathroom Boulder mansion sold for $5.75 million in September. (Courtesy: WK Real Estate)

Listing agent:  Barry Remington WK Real Estate

Buyer’s agent: Dena Schultz with Estate Professionals 

Description: This home is one of 56 custom residences within Boulder’s White Hawk Ranch community. It sits at the end of a cul-de-sac on 1.2 acres, according to the listing. 

The 11,545-square-foot mansion features six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a chef’s kitchen with cherrywood details, huge accordion glass doors, a six-car garage, an outdoor patio with a water feature and fire pit, and a finished basement with two wine cellars, a wet bar, home theater and game room.

6917 Timbers Drive, Evergreen: $5.05 million

This Evergreen estate was originally listed for $7 million in 2019 and sold for $5.05 million in September. (Courtesy: LIV Sotheby’s International Realty)

Listing agent: Corinna Bandemer and Douglas D. Kerbs with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty 

Buyer’s agent: John Simmons with C3 Real Estate Solutions 

Description: Sitting on 32 acres in Evergreen, this estate consists of three separate buildings: the main residence, a guest house with an equestrian center and a full exercise facility. The 12,768-square-foot main residence features four bedrooms, six bathrooms, eight fireplaces, a four-car oversized garage with additional recreational vehicle garage space, three decks and plenty of patios, according to the listing.

The guest house offers two bedrooms and one bathroom, and the equestrian facility has six paddocks and outdoor stalls, a heated tack room, a large horse corral and an RV garage.

The 2,098-square-foot gym includes a 30-foot ceiling and a half-size basketball court.

It was once owned by former NFL player Paul Kruger, who played for the New Orleans Saints and sold it in 2019.

3962 S. Chase Way, Denver: $5 million

The contemporary southwest Denver home features traditional Japanese finishes throughout. (Photos courtesy of Kentwood Real Estate)

Listing agent:  Ann Kerr with Kentwood Real Estate DTC 

Buyer’s agent: Patty Anton and Greg Card with Kentwood Real Estate Cherry Creek 

Description: This 15,987-square-foot contemporary home sits on nearly one acre next to Denver’s Pinehurst Country Club and was once eyed by Elvis Presley. The original owners, John and Elinor Campbell, built the house in 1972, and dubbed it “Utopia” or “Pagoda House” after its extensive oriental gardens. 

The 50-year-old mansion has sensational views through walls of windows of the pool, the sixth fairway of Pinehurst Country Club and the Rockies. Visitors entering the home are greeted by an open foyer with 30-foot indoor trees, floor-to-ceiling windows, spiral staircases and numerous terraces overlooking the lot. 

3433 E. Kentucky Ave., Denver: $5 million

This mid-century modern Denver home sold for $5 million last month. (Courtesy: Colorado Realty Source)

Listing agent:  Darren Fogel with MB Denver Colorado Realty Source

Buyer’s agent: Anna Centron with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty 

Description: Located in the Belcaro neighborhood on an oversized lot, this five-bedroom, five-bathroom home features a sleek mid-century modern design. There’s vaulted ceilings, four oversized pocketed nano walls with access to multiple private courtyards and the backyard, and walnut hardwood, designer tile and stone floors throughout the main level.

The main suite includes a walk-in closet with a center island and spa-like bathroom. There’s also a mother-in-law living quarters on its own separate wing of the home with exterior access. Downstairs, the finished basement features a game room, wet bar, wine fridge, media room and a workout room or extra bedroom.

 

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