A Nordic-inspired custom home in Boulder sold for $9.5 million, topping the June list of the region’s top home sales. That list also includes three homes that sold over list price and two homes that set record sales for their neighborhoods.
The 4,400-square-foot home at 1085 5th St. listed at $9.95 million. Designed by Aspen- and Boulder-based Studio B, the home features a dramatic Alpine context with steeply pitched roofs and glass walls. The single-level home sits at the base of Flagstaff on a secluded .75-acre lot.
The house overlooks a 1,300-square-foot heated rear patio with a fire pit, saline pool and spa.
The H-shaped floor plan splits the home into two wings. To the south: dining, main living, kitchen, mudroom and office. To the north: primary suite, children or guest suites, and a family living room with loft.
Listed by Brian Delaney with Delaney Realty Group, the home was purchased by Bleeker LLC, represented by John Canova with Compass-Boulder.
Here are the next four-priciest June home sales in the Denver metro, according to MLS data:
450 Westwood Drive in Denver: $9.3 million
Listing agents: Helm, Weaver, Helm with Compass-Denver
Buyer’s Agent: Blake O’Shaughnessy with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Details: This Country Club mansion sparked a bidding war. It listed at $8.5 million before selling four days later for $9.3 million, setting a record for the neighborhood. The 9,000-square-foot home owned by Anita Haley and Kenneth Weiner, a retired psychiatrist and CEO of the Eating Recovery Center, was sold to TDDK Revocable Trust. The six-bedroom, nine-bath mansion built in 1942 includes a swimming pool and a one-lane bowling alley. It features marble flooring, chandeliers, and a formal sitting room with hand-painted beams, oversized French doors, custom-stained Leonardo Da Vinci Glass window art panels and a hand-carved stone wood-burning fireplace.
1701 E. Tufts Ave. in Cherry Hills Village: $9 million
Listing agent: Amy Frankmore with Compass-Denver
Buyer’s agents: Gina Lorenzen and Kara Couzens with Kentwood Real Estate DTC
Details: Listed for $8.5 million, this 10,204-square-foot mansion on 2.5 acres in Old Cherry Hills sold for $9 million. Nicole and Tyler Sherman bought the Hamptons’ inspired mansion for $4.8 million in 2020 and sold it to the Siroker Family Trust. The six-bedroom, 10-bath retreat features a full outdoor kitchen, pool, sports court and raised garden beds.
1010 E. Stanford Ave. in Englewood: $8.5 million
Listing agents: Trish Bragg and Maggie Armstrong with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Buyer’s Agent: Christopher Bouc with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Details: This 11,793-square-foot Cape Cod-style mansion was listed at $7 million and sold for $8.5 million. Owners Julie and Eric Koeplin sold the seven-bedroom, nine-bath home to 1010 E. Stanford Holding LLC, according to property records. The Koeplins purchased the lot next door to garden, entertain and play golf. Inspired by the 13th hole at Augusta National, the backyard features a putting green and short game complex, including sand traps, chipping stations and a 67-yard chip shot area.
14 Sandy Lake Road in Englewood: $8.3 million
Buyer’s agents: Delroy Gill and Stuart Crowell with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Details: Chateau Buell, located in the gated Buell Mansion neighborhood, sold off the market for a neighborhood record-setting $8.3 million. The 12,023-square-foot mansion sits on 2.39 acres and includes six bedrooms and eight baths.