A Starz executive sold his 11,000 square-foot Cherry Hills Village mansion to a California-based trust for $8.5 million in April, taking the top spot among local home sales for the month.
The sale of the five-bedroom, seven-bath home at 4790 S. Ogden St., built in 2017, was entered in the MLS for comp purposes.
Jeff Hendley with Compass-Denver represented seller Steve Beabout, executive vice president and general counsel at Starz, and the buyer, Ballroom Private Trust.
Here are the next four priciest April home sales in the Denver metro, according to MLS data:
2670 6th St. in Boulder: $6.3 million
Listing agent: Patrick Brown with Compass-Boulder
Buyer’s agent: Josh Behr with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Details: The 3,945-square-foot home on a double lot features five bedrooms and six baths, and offers Flatirons views and an accessory dwelling unit. The open floor plan includes quarter-sawn white oak flooring, Vonmod custom millwork and Marvin Modern windows and doors. The eco-friendly home features hydronic radiant heat, 9kW photovoltaic solar, living green roofs and two electric vehicle charging stations.
345 N. Franklin St. in Denver: $6.3 million
Listing agent: Blake O’Shaughnessy with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Buyer’s agent: Blake O’Shaughnessy with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Details: C. Bateman Parsons, managing director and chief financial officer for Parsons Capital Management, bought this 7,549-square foot home built in 1925 from Buck Blessing, CEO of Colorado Springs-based property management company Griffis-Blessing. The County Club neighborhood sale was entered in the MLS for comp purposes.
468 Milwaukee St. in Denver: $6 million
Listing agent: Carla Bartell with Corcoran Perry & Co.
Buyer’s agent: Gina Cornelison with Corcoran Perry & Co.
Details: The former CEO of VF Corp, Steven Rendle, and his wife Julie sold their 5,400-square-foot home in Cherry Creek to David and Colleen Messenger, acting as the Messenger Trust. David Messenger is the chief financial officer at Century Communities, a Colorado-based homebuilder.
100 Detroit St., Unit 205, in Denver: $6 million
Listing agents: Gina Lorenzen and Kara Couzens Team with Kentwood Real Estate DTC
Buyer’s agent: Dawn Raymond with Kentwood Real Estate Cherry Creek
Details: Cherry Creek Holdings LLC sold this 4,719-square-foot condo to Double Check Cattle Co. LLC. The two-bedroom, four-bath unit in Cherry Creek North provides security, valet, porter and 24/7 concierge services.