Top 5 home sales: Shanahan mansion price was double the next costliest

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Former Denver Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan, shown being inducted into the team’s Ring of Fame on Oct. 17, sold his Cherry Hills Village mansion for $15.7 million. (AAron Ontiveroz/The Denver Post)

With a record-breaking local sale price of $15.7 million for a single-family home, it’s no surprise Mike Shanahan’s former Cherry Hills Village mansion was the priciest local residential property to change hands last month.

The former Denver Broncos head coach sold his 32,254-square-foot mansion at 8 Cherry Hills Park Drive on Oct. 21 to TenTwo Holdings LLC, according to Arapahoe County property records.

The purchasing entity is managed by Richard Diecidue, CEO of investment firm Unicom Capital, which has offices in Denver and New York City.

It’s the priciest single-family home sale in the metro region’s history, according to the local MLS.

Sandy Weigand and Chuck Gargotto with Kentwood Real Estate DTC represented the seller, and Phillip Larson with Catalina Realty represented the buyer.

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

11.5D Top Home Sales 2 746 Wagonwheel

This modern Boulder home sits among 40 wooded acres. (Courtesy of Patrick Brown Group)

746 Wagonwheel Gap Road, Boulder: $7.585 million

Listing agent: Patrick Brown with Compass-Boulder

Buyer’s agent: Angela Moss with 8z Real Estate

Description: Sitting on more than 40 wooded acres in Boulder, this five-bedroom, five-bathroom home is an “unrivaled sanctuary,” according to the listing. The 4,334-square-foot residence designed by Studio B Architecturefeatures floor to ceiling windows, a modern open kitchen, and a primary suite with views of the Front Range. Outside, there’s a pool surrounded by a large deck with an outdoor kitchen and sunken seating area with a gas fire-pit.

11.5D Top Home Sales 3 7245 Flagstaff Rd 51 scaled

Sitting on nearly 35 acres near Gross Reservoir, this Boulder home sold for $6.7 million last month. (Courtesy of Milehimodern)

7245 Flagstaff Road, Boulder: $6.65 million

Listing agent: Jennifer Egbert with Milehimodern

Buyer’s agent: Steve Altermatt with Re/Max of Boulder

Description: This Northern New Mexico Territorial manor features four bedrooms and five bathrooms and sits on nearly 35 acres near Gross Reservoir. Throughout, there are four fireplaces, pitched ceilings and “impeccable views” of Green Mountain, according to the listing.

11.5D Top Home Sales 4 Mapleton

This historic Mapleton Hill home in Boulder sold for $5.9 million. (Courtesy of Re/Max of Boulder)

453 Pine St., Boulder: $5.9 million

Listing agent: Daryl Smith with Re/Max of Boulder

Buyer’s agent: Jessie Bliss with Coldwell Banker Realty 14

Description: Located in Boulder’s historic Mapleton Hill neighborhood, this 6,300-square-foot home was built in 1900 and has been “meticulously maintained” throughout the years, according to the listing. There’s five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, walls of windows, wood flooring throughout and an expansive kitchen with Wolf and Subzero appliances. The 2,432-square-foot finished basement includes a home gym, professional recording studio and a fully equipped workshop with a hydraulic lift accessible to the garage.

11.5D Top Home Sales 5

Former Denver Nuggets guard Gary Harris Jr. sold his condo. (Photo by AAron Ontiveroz/The Denver Post)

1133 14th St., Unit 3750, Denver: $5.25 million

Listing agent: Nicole Laydon with Your Castle Real Estate

Buyer’s agent: Stan Kniss with Slate Real Estate Advisors

Description: This three-bedroom, three-bathroom condo on the 37th floor of the 44-story Four Seasons building takes up half of an entire floor, with panoramic views of the mountains and city skyline. It was previously owned by Garry Harris Jr., who was a guard for the Denver Nuggets from 2014 to 2021.

Mike Shanahan's mansion was the priciest sale of the month followed by three in Boulder

11.5D Top Home Sales 1

Former Denver Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan, shown being inducted into the team’s Ring of Fame on Oct. 17, sold his Cherry Hills Village mansion for $15.7 million. (AAron Ontiveroz/The Denver Post)

The record $15.7 million Cherry Hills Village sale was followed by three in Boulder each between $5.9 million and $7.2 million.

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