$8.8M Cherry Hills mansion tops local home sales in February

33 Viking Drive

The 8,733-square-foot, six-bedroom, seven-bath mansion at 33 Viking Drive in Cherry Hills Village includes two steam showers and a cold plunge pool. (Courtesy REColorado)

In the Denver metro area, the most expensive home sold in February was an $8.8 million Cherry Hills mansion that went under contract in 13 days.

In total, three homes in Boulder and two in Cherry Hills Village made the top five.

The top sale, 33 Viking Drive, was made by Darlene and Peter Emory, founders of Sam Wyatt Homes. The couple bought the home in August 2020 for $2.3 million.

The home, constructed in 1987, sits on an acre. The fully renovated 8,733-square-foot, six-bedroom, seven-bath mansion features a two-story foyer with floor-to-ceiling woodwork and custom-stained wood floors. 

The new primary suite wing creates a retreat with vaulted ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a bathroom with heated floors, a steam shower, a bidet, a soaking tub and dual sinks. 

The home’s lower level includes a theater, recreational area, wet bar and fitness center with a second steam shower and a cold plunge pool. 

Darlene Emory, also an agent with Coldwell Banker Realty 24, listed the property. Rachel Quincey with LUX Living represented the buyers, 33 Viking Drive Trust.

Here are the next four priciest February home sales in the Denver metro area, according to MLS data:

2631 Third St

The urban alpine home at 2631 3rd St. in Boulder includes five bedrooms and seven baths. (Courtesy ColoProperty.com)

2621 3rd St., Boulder: $8.7 million

Listing agent: Kimberly (Kiki) Kidder with Compass-Boulder

Buyer’s agent: The Bernardi Group with Coldwell Banker Realty-Boulder

Details: Marshall and Alison Lees purchased the land for the home for $1.1 million in 2014. The 6,156-square-foot mansion was constructed in 2017 and includes five bedrooms and seven baths. The Cindie Lozano White Trust purchased the home for $75,000 under the list price. 

17 Mockingbird Lane

The 7,068-square-foot mansion at 17 Mockingbird Lane was remodeled two years ago by Chalet Colorado. (Courtesy REcolorado)

17 Mockingbird Lane, Cherry Hills Village: $6 million

Listing agent: Lisa Fallon with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

Buyer’s agent: Johnny DeBrito with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

Details: Rodrigo Quintana, a principal with SofMac Partners, purchased the home last February for $6.5 million before listing it for the same price in August. The 7,068-square-foot mansion includes five bedrooms, six baths and a six-car garage. Chalet Colorado remodeled it two years ago.

3996 26th St

The 6,185-square-foot home at 3996 26th St. in Boulder features a heated in-ground pool and a detached 319-square-foot pool house. (Courtesy ColoProperty.com)

3996 26th St., Boulder: $6 million

Listing agent: Zachary Zeldner with Compass-Boulder

Buyer’s agent: Janet Brunner with Keller Williams

Details: Upland Construction finished building this 6,185-square-foot residence and 319-square-foot detached pool house in 2021. The six-bedroom, eight-bath home also includes a heated in-ground pool. The home sold for its list price. Carrilyn and James Martin purchased the home in 2021 for $4.7 million. James Martin is an attorney with Martin Lane Kuper. The Gottlieb Living Trust purchased the mansion. 

7273 Old Post Road

The 5,841-square-foot home at 7273 Old Post Road in Boulder sold for $5 million. (Courtesy ColoProperty.com)

7273 Old Post Road., Boulder: $5 million

Listing agent: Barbara McIntyre 

Buyer’s agent: Joel Ripmaster with Slifer Smith & Frampton-Boulder

Details: McIntyre bought the 5,841-square-foot house for $1.4 million in 2021. The home includes five bedrooms and six baths. The George Family Trust purchased the home.

33 Viking Drive

The 8,733-square-foot, six-bedroom, seven-bath mansion at 33 Viking Drive in Cherry Hills Village includes two steam showers and a cold plunge pool. (Courtesy REColorado)

In the Denver metro area, the most expensive home sold in February was an $8.8 million Cherry Hills mansion that went under contract in 13 days.

In total, three homes in Boulder and two in Cherry Hills Village made the top five.

The top sale, 33 Viking Drive, was made by Darlene and Peter Emory, founders of Sam Wyatt Homes. The couple bought the home in August 2020 for $2.3 million.

The home, constructed in 1987, sits on an acre. The fully renovated 8,733-square-foot, six-bedroom, seven-bath mansion features a two-story foyer with floor-to-ceiling woodwork and custom-stained wood floors. 

The new primary suite wing creates a retreat with vaulted ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a bathroom with heated floors, a steam shower, a bidet, a soaking tub and dual sinks. 

The home’s lower level includes a theater, recreational area, wet bar and fitness center with a second steam shower and a cold plunge pool. 

Darlene Emory, also an agent with Coldwell Banker Realty 24, listed the property. Rachel Quincey with LUX Living represented the buyers, 33 Viking Drive Trust.

Here are the next four priciest February home sales in the Denver metro area, according to MLS data:

2631 Third St

The urban alpine home at 2631 3rd St. in Boulder includes five bedrooms and seven baths. (Courtesy ColoProperty.com)

2621 3rd St., Boulder: $8.7 million

Listing agent: Kimberly (Kiki) Kidder with Compass-Boulder

Buyer’s agent: The Bernardi Group with Coldwell Banker Realty-Boulder

Details: Marshall and Alison Lees purchased the land for the home for $1.1 million in 2014. The 6,156-square-foot mansion was constructed in 2017 and includes five bedrooms and seven baths. The Cindie Lozano White Trust purchased the home for $75,000 under the list price. 

17 Mockingbird Lane

The 7,068-square-foot mansion at 17 Mockingbird Lane was remodeled two years ago by Chalet Colorado. (Courtesy REcolorado)

17 Mockingbird Lane, Cherry Hills Village: $6 million

Listing agent: Lisa Fallon with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

Buyer’s agent: Johnny DeBrito with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

Details: Rodrigo Quintana, a principal with SofMac Partners, purchased the home last February for $6.5 million before listing it for the same price in August. The 7,068-square-foot mansion includes five bedrooms, six baths and a six-car garage. Chalet Colorado remodeled it two years ago.

3996 26th St

The 6,185-square-foot home at 3996 26th St. in Boulder features a heated in-ground pool and a detached 319-square-foot pool house. (Courtesy ColoProperty.com)

3996 26th St., Boulder: $6 million

Listing agent: Zachary Zeldner with Compass-Boulder

Buyer’s agent: Janet Brunner with Keller Williams

Details: Upland Construction finished building this 6,185-square-foot residence and 319-square-foot detached pool house in 2021. The six-bedroom, eight-bath home also includes a heated in-ground pool. The home sold for its list price. Carrilyn and James Martin purchased the home in 2021 for $4.7 million. James Martin is an attorney with Martin Lane Kuper. The Gottlieb Living Trust purchased the mansion. 

7273 Old Post Road

The 5,841-square-foot home at 7273 Old Post Road in Boulder sold for $5 million. (Courtesy ColoProperty.com)

7273 Old Post Road., Boulder: $5 million

Listing agent: Barbara McIntyre 

Buyer’s agent: Joel Ripmaster with Slifer Smith & Frampton-Boulder

Details: McIntyre bought the 5,841-square-foot house for $1.4 million in 2021. The home includes five bedrooms and six baths. The George Family Trust purchased the home.

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