Former ‘Colorado Home of the Year’ tops November sales at $6.3M

31 Albion Place

This home at 31 Albion Place in Castle Rock was named “Colorado Home of the Year” by a magazine in 2012. (REColorado)

A Castle Rock mansion once named “Colorado Home of the Year” sold for $6.3 million last month, topping November’s local home sales.

Located in a gated community, 31 Albion Place backs up to the 12th-hole green at the Castle Pines Golf Club. 

Designed by Denver-based BOSS.architecture and Semple Brown Design, the five-bedroom, seven-bathroom home was named Home of the Year by Colorado Homes & Lifestyles magazine in 2012. 

The home has an airy, refined feel with soaring ceilings, large open rooms, and extensive glass walls. Interior highlights include a remodeled kitchen, seven fireplaces, a 4,000-square-foot primary suite and a 3,000-bottle wine storage room.

A water wall with meticulously planted rows of native blue fescue highlights the full-story outdoor entry hall. Landscape features include a glass-walled garden studio, a koi pond with waterfalls, a designated pet area, and two gas fire troughs along the back patio.

Brittany Morgan with Compass – Denver and Ronda Courtney with RE/MAX Leaders listed the 11,147-square-foot Castle Rock home on Oct. 24 with an asking price of $7 million.

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

2656 4th Street

This new construction home offers Flatirons views from the upper deck. (ColoProperty.com)

2656 4th St., Boulder: $5.7 million 

Listing agents: Olga Delange with milehimodern in Boulder and Deanna Franco with 8030 Realty

Buyer’s agent: Kristin Kalush with Higgins Kalush Collective

Details: This 4,800-square-foot, six-bedroom, six-bath, new construction home designed by Boulder architect Y Rosemary Fivian   features designer finishes, including Sapele Mahogany pivot doors, walls of glass, and wide oak plank floors with radiant heating. NanaWall doors reveal a serene deck oasis with a LiveRoof green roof. 

7451 N 63rd St

Wildgoose Farm, a 41-acre country estate surrounded by organic farms, provides views of the Flatirons, Indian Peaks and the Continental Divide. (REColorado)

7451 N 63rd St, Niwot: $5.5 million

Listing agents: Jeffery Erickson and Ryan McIntosh with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

Buyer’s agent: Co-Op Non-Ires Agent

Details: This 7,100-square-foot, four-bedroom, six-bath contemporary farmhouse with wraparound porches sits on five acres at Wildgoose Farm. Highlights include a pool with a rock waterfall, a four-stall Morton barn with horse runs, an outdoor arena, and two gazebos. 

1480 Bellevue Drive

Soaring ceilings and walls of windows highlight this home’s open floor plan. (ColoProperty.com)

1480 Bellevue Drive, Boulder: $5.3 million

Listing agent: Stu Wright with WK Real Estate

Buyer’s agent: R. Tim Goodacre with The Goodacre Group

Details: This 6,131-square-foot, four-bedroom, six-bath home provides three-level elevator access and custom finishes, including radiant heat white oak floors and NanaWall glass doors. The lower walkout level has a media area, two ensuite bedrooms, a wet bar  and a wine cellar. 

984 Preston Court

This golf-course-based home blends Old World architecture blended with Colorado charm. (REColorado)

984 Preston Court, Castle Rock: $5.2 million

Listing agent: Audrey Will with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

Buyer’s agent: Ryan Graham with The Platinum Group

Details: This 9,461-square-foot ranch home backs the 4th fairway at the Country Club at Castle Pines. The four-bedroom, seven-bath house features a gourmet chef kitchen with a nine-foot granite island, copper farm sink and limestone range hood. Other highlights include six fireplaces, whole-house radiant floor heat and heated driveways. 

31 Albion Place

This home at 31 Albion Place in Castle Rock was named “Colorado Home of the Year” by a magazine in 2012. (REColorado)

A Castle Rock mansion once named “Colorado Home of the Year” sold for $6.3 million last month, topping November’s local home sales.

Located in a gated community, 31 Albion Place backs up to the 12th-hole green at the Castle Pines Golf Club. 

Designed by Denver-based BOSS.architecture and Semple Brown Design, the five-bedroom, seven-bathroom home was named Home of the Year by Colorado Homes & Lifestyles magazine in 2012. 

The home has an airy, refined feel with soaring ceilings, large open rooms, and extensive glass walls. Interior highlights include a remodeled kitchen, seven fireplaces, a 4,000-square-foot primary suite and a 3,000-bottle wine storage room.

A water wall with meticulously planted rows of native blue fescue highlights the full-story outdoor entry hall. Landscape features include a glass-walled garden studio, a koi pond with waterfalls, a designated pet area, and two gas fire troughs along the back patio.

Brittany Morgan with Compass – Denver and Ronda Courtney with RE/MAX Leaders listed the 11,147-square-foot Castle Rock home on Oct. 24 with an asking price of $7 million.

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

2656 4th Street

This new construction home offers Flatirons views from the upper deck. (ColoProperty.com)

2656 4th St., Boulder: $5.7 million 

Listing agents: Olga Delange with milehimodern in Boulder and Deanna Franco with 8030 Realty

Buyer’s agent: Kristin Kalush with Higgins Kalush Collective

Details: This 4,800-square-foot, six-bedroom, six-bath, new construction home designed by Boulder architect Y Rosemary Fivian   features designer finishes, including Sapele Mahogany pivot doors, walls of glass, and wide oak plank floors with radiant heating. NanaWall doors reveal a serene deck oasis with a LiveRoof green roof. 

7451 N 63rd St

Wildgoose Farm, a 41-acre country estate surrounded by organic farms, provides views of the Flatirons, Indian Peaks and the Continental Divide. (REColorado)

7451 N 63rd St, Niwot: $5.5 million

Listing agents: Jeffery Erickson and Ryan McIntosh with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

Buyer’s agent: Co-Op Non-Ires Agent

Details: This 7,100-square-foot, four-bedroom, six-bath contemporary farmhouse with wraparound porches sits on five acres at Wildgoose Farm. Highlights include a pool with a rock waterfall, a four-stall Morton barn with horse runs, an outdoor arena, and two gazebos. 

1480 Bellevue Drive

Soaring ceilings and walls of windows highlight this home’s open floor plan. (ColoProperty.com)

1480 Bellevue Drive, Boulder: $5.3 million

Listing agent: Stu Wright with WK Real Estate

Buyer’s agent: R. Tim Goodacre with The Goodacre Group

Details: This 6,131-square-foot, four-bedroom, six-bath home provides three-level elevator access and custom finishes, including radiant heat white oak floors and NanaWall glass doors. The lower walkout level has a media area, two ensuite bedrooms, a wet bar  and a wine cellar. 

984 Preston Court

This golf-course-based home blends Old World architecture blended with Colorado charm. (REColorado)

984 Preston Court, Castle Rock: $5.2 million

Listing agent: Audrey Will with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

Buyer’s agent: Ryan Graham with The Platinum Group

Details: This 9,461-square-foot ranch home backs the 4th fairway at the Country Club at Castle Pines. The four-bedroom, seven-bath house features a gourmet chef kitchen with a nine-foot granite island, copper farm sink and limestone range hood. Other highlights include six fireplaces, whole-house radiant floor heat and heated driveways. 

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