A Cherry Hills mansion sold by a plastic surgeon topped March’s local home sales list at $7.3 million.
Andrew Wolfe and wife Heidi, who moved to a home in Wash Park, initially listed their six-bedroom, eight-bath home at 2 Cherry Hills Farm Court for $7.7 million in January.
Designed for entertaining, the 10,601-square-foot home completed in 2019 by Cornerstone Custom Homes features a kitchen with a 72-inch French Lacanche range, two Miele dishwashers, and two refrigerators. The couple converted the pantry into a walk-through kitchen to make the home more functional for entertaining.
Helm Weaver Helm with Compass-Denver represented the sellers.
Janet Kritzer with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty represented the buyers.
According to data from REColorado, March recorded 3,911 home closings, up more than 40 percent from February but down 16 percent from March 2022.
Here are the next four priciest March home sales in the Denver metro, according to MLS data:
528 Saint Paul St. in Denver: $5.7 million
Listing agent: The Blank and Bingham Team with The Agency-Denver
Buyer’s agent: Josh Steck with Kentwood Real Estate DTC
Details: Shofner Development built this new custom home in Cherry Creek North. The 7,100-square-foot home has five bedrooms and eight baths. The designer kitchen features two Subzero refrigerator-freezers, a Wolf six-burner range, a Wolf steam oven and microwave and two Asko dishwashers. The primary suite has 12-foot vaulted ceilings, two oversized walk-in closets, and a spa-like bath with a steam shower, soaking tub, coffee bar, and heated porcelain floors.
2550 Cherryridge Road in Cherry Hills Village: $5.2 million
Listing agent: Josh Behr with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Buyer’s agents: Ann Kerr and Charlotte Connolly with Kentwood Real Estate DTC
Details: This 8,511-square-foot home, constructed in 2017, sits on a 1-acre lot in Cherry Hills and includes five bedrooms and seven baths. It also features extensive stonework, a home screening room and a separate outdoor kitchen. Gregory and Liesel Cooper sold the home to PBN Trust. Liesel Cooper is the national president at homebuilder Century Communities Inc. Gregory Cooper is director of construction at Cannonball Moments, a leadership coaching service.
6077 Jay Road in Boulder: $4.9 million
Listing agent: Philip Booth with Slifer Smith and Frampton-Boulder
Buyer’s agent: Alissa Peterson with Compass-Boulder
Details: Designed by Barrett Studios and built by Build Well in 2019, this 4,568-square-foot home sits on 5 acres and integrates photovoltaics and geothermal heating and cooling systems. The home, with a contemporary courtyard house layout, includes five bedrooms, each with an ensuite bathroom.
460 Kearney St. in Denver: $4.9 million
Listing agents: Amy Hulsey and Brian Rosen with Kentwood Real Estate Cherry Creek
Buyer’s agent: Dianna May with Compass-Denver
Details: This 7,200-square-foot home in the Crestmoor Park neighborhood features an open floor plan and a chef’s dream kitchen with Wolf, Subzero and Asko appliances. The pantry includes a second refrigerator, floor-to-ceiling shelves, and a dry-erase wall. The home includes five bedrooms and six baths, and features a second-floor primary suite with a gas fireplace and a five-piece bathroom with a heated floor. Attorney Aimee Wagstaff sold the home to Colorado corporation Vesta Nova LLC.