$6.8M Cherry Hills mansion deal tops area home sales in May

4480 S Holly St

The seven-bedroom, 10-bath home, which sits on 2 acres at 4480 S. Holly St., has a six-car garage and features geothermal heating. (Courtesy REColorado)

May’s top home sales include two new construction homes in Hilltop, a downtown Denver condo, a 41-acre Sedalia ranch and a new Cherry Hills Village mansion.  

Kyle John and Lacey Jo Musick bought 4480 S. Holly St. in Cherry Hills Village from Nicole and Zachary Mitchell for $6.8 million.

The Mitchells listed the 10,707-square-foot mansion in August 2023 for $7 million. 

The seven-bedroom, 10-bath home, which sits on 2 acres, has a six-car garage and features geothermal heating, whole-house water and air-purification systems, Tesla power walls and commercial-grade solar panels. 

The primary suite on the main floor includes a fireplace, private deck access, radiant heat bathroom floors, dual smart toilets, dual walk-in closets, and a tandem shower. The second floor features five ensuite bedrooms, including one suite with a private entrance for a caregiver.

The walkout basement includes a guest suite, game area, bespoke bar and a two-sided fireplace. 

Elizabeth Hotz and Meredith Hotz of Kentwood Real Estate DTC represented the sellers. Paige Soltas with Milehimodern-Boulder represented the buyers. The Musicks previously sold their Boulder home for $7.5 million.

According to MLS data, here are May’s next four most expensive home sales.

750 S Perry Park Road

The 8,392-square-foot mansion at 750 S. Perry Park Road was constructed in 2009 and has five bedrooms and seven baths. (Courtesy REColorado)

750 S. Perry Park Road, Sedalia: $5.6 million

Listing agents: Katie White and Brenton Hanes with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado

Buyer’s agents: Katie White and Brenton Hanes with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado

Details: This custom-built ranch home sits on 41.5 acres and includes multiple horse corrals, a 10-stall horse barn and rolling green pastures. The 8,392-square-foot mansion, constructed in 2009, has five bedrooms, seven baths, and a secret safe room vault that can be used as an indoor shooting range. 

The home, designed by Timberland Homes and built by Palace Homes, includes a 3,000-square-foot wrap-around upper deck with a built-in grill, stone pizza oven and hot tub. 

The Graf Family Trust listed the property for $5.8 million in May 2023. James W. and Jamie L. Thompson purchased the property on May 26.

1133 14th St. Unit 4350

This 4,828-square-foot condo on the 43rd floor of the Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residence building includes two bedrooms and three bathrooms. (Courtesy REColorado)

1133 14th St., Unit 4350, Denver: $5.3 million

Listing agent: Stan Kniss with Fantastic Frank Colorado

Buyer’s agent: Stan Kniss with Fantastic Frank Colorado

Details: In February, PLW Revocable Trust listed the condo on the 43rd floor of the Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residence building for $5.8 million. 

The 4,828-square-foot condo includes two bedrooms, three bathrooms and two garage spaces. It’s designed for entertaining, with a kitchen with Miele and Subzero appliances, a butler’s pantry and a separate wine bar with a dishwasher and ice maker.

PLW Revocable Trust purchased the condo in 2010 for $6 million. 

Buyers Kym Rapier and Glenn Verette purchased the unit. Verette is the owner of GEVC Inc., an e-learning vendor. Rapier is a philanthropist who founded Kym’s Angels Foundation of San Antonio. 

144 S Cherry Street

This 7,253-square-foot new-construction mansion in the Hilltop neighborhood includes five bedrooms, six bathrooms and a three-car garage. (Courtesy ColoradoProperty.com)

144 S. Cherry Street, Denver: $5.3 million

Listing agent: None listed

Buyer’s agent: Lorrie Trussell with RE/MAX Alliance-Boulder

Details: This 7,253-square-foot new construction mansion in the Hilltop neighborhood was designed and built by Alvarez Morris, an architectural studio that builds in Colorado, California and Spain. The home includes five bedrooms, six bathrooms and a three-car garage. 

144 S. Cherry St. LLC listed the home for $5.6 million in October. 

Adam Mizel and Tauna Van Der Steen-Mizel purchased it on May 1. Mizel is the co-founder and CEO of US United, a movement for unity that aims to build bridges and break down barriers. Tauna Van Der Steen-Mizel is an artist.

125 S. Forest St., Denver: $5.2 million

Listing agent: Peter Blank with Milehimodern

Buyer’s agents: Stuart Crowell and Delroy Gill with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

Details: This 8,943-square-foot new Alvarez Morris build in the Hilltop neighborhood includes six bedrooms, seven baths and a three-car garage. 

Hybrid Future 2020 Trust purchased the home from 125 S. Forest Street LLC.

4480 S Holly St

The seven-bedroom, 10-bath home, which sits on 2 acres at 4480 S. Holly St., has a six-car garage and features geothermal heating. (Courtesy REColorado)

May’s top home sales include two new construction homes in Hilltop, a downtown Denver condo, a 41-acre Sedalia ranch and a new Cherry Hills Village mansion.  

Kyle John and Lacey Jo Musick bought 4480 S. Holly St. in Cherry Hills Village from Nicole and Zachary Mitchell for $6.8 million.

The Mitchells listed the 10,707-square-foot mansion in August 2023 for $7 million. 

The seven-bedroom, 10-bath home, which sits on 2 acres, has a six-car garage and features geothermal heating, whole-house water and air-purification systems, Tesla power walls and commercial-grade solar panels. 

The primary suite on the main floor includes a fireplace, private deck access, radiant heat bathroom floors, dual smart toilets, dual walk-in closets, and a tandem shower. The second floor features five ensuite bedrooms, including one suite with a private entrance for a caregiver.

The walkout basement includes a guest suite, game area, bespoke bar and a two-sided fireplace. 

Elizabeth Hotz and Meredith Hotz of Kentwood Real Estate DTC represented the sellers. Paige Soltas with Milehimodern-Boulder represented the buyers. The Musicks previously sold their Boulder home for $7.5 million.

According to MLS data, here are May’s next four most expensive home sales.

750 S Perry Park Road

The 8,392-square-foot mansion at 750 S. Perry Park Road was constructed in 2009 and has five bedrooms and seven baths. (Courtesy REColorado)

750 S. Perry Park Road, Sedalia: $5.6 million

Listing agents: Katie White and Brenton Hanes with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado

Buyer’s agents: Katie White and Brenton Hanes with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado

Details: This custom-built ranch home sits on 41.5 acres and includes multiple horse corrals, a 10-stall horse barn and rolling green pastures. The 8,392-square-foot mansion, constructed in 2009, has five bedrooms, seven baths, and a secret safe room vault that can be used as an indoor shooting range. 

The home, designed by Timberland Homes and built by Palace Homes, includes a 3,000-square-foot wrap-around upper deck with a built-in grill, stone pizza oven and hot tub. 

The Graf Family Trust listed the property for $5.8 million in May 2023. James W. and Jamie L. Thompson purchased the property on May 26.

1133 14th St. Unit 4350

This 4,828-square-foot condo on the 43rd floor of the Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residence building includes two bedrooms and three bathrooms. (Courtesy REColorado)

1133 14th St., Unit 4350, Denver: $5.3 million

Listing agent: Stan Kniss with Fantastic Frank Colorado

Buyer’s agent: Stan Kniss with Fantastic Frank Colorado

Details: In February, PLW Revocable Trust listed the condo on the 43rd floor of the Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residence building for $5.8 million. 

The 4,828-square-foot condo includes two bedrooms, three bathrooms and two garage spaces. It’s designed for entertaining, with a kitchen with Miele and Subzero appliances, a butler’s pantry and a separate wine bar with a dishwasher and ice maker.

PLW Revocable Trust purchased the condo in 2010 for $6 million. 

Buyers Kym Rapier and Glenn Verette purchased the unit. Verette is the owner of GEVC Inc., an e-learning vendor. Rapier is a philanthropist who founded Kym’s Angels Foundation of San Antonio. 

144 S Cherry Street

This 7,253-square-foot new-construction mansion in the Hilltop neighborhood includes five bedrooms, six bathrooms and a three-car garage. (Courtesy ColoradoProperty.com)

144 S. Cherry Street, Denver: $5.3 million

Listing agent: None listed

Buyer’s agent: Lorrie Trussell with RE/MAX Alliance-Boulder

Details: This 7,253-square-foot new construction mansion in the Hilltop neighborhood was designed and built by Alvarez Morris, an architectural studio that builds in Colorado, California and Spain. The home includes five bedrooms, six bathrooms and a three-car garage. 

144 S. Cherry St. LLC listed the home for $5.6 million in October. 

Adam Mizel and Tauna Van Der Steen-Mizel purchased it on May 1. Mizel is the co-founder and CEO of US United, a movement for unity that aims to build bridges and break down barriers. Tauna Van Der Steen-Mizel is an artist.

125 S. Forest St., Denver: $5.2 million

Listing agent: Peter Blank with Milehimodern

Buyer’s agents: Stuart Crowell and Delroy Gill with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

Details: This 8,943-square-foot new Alvarez Morris build in the Hilltop neighborhood includes six bedrooms, seven baths and a three-car garage. 

Hybrid Future 2020 Trust purchased the home from 125 S. Forest Street LLC.

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