Nuggets coach’s deal among area’s five priciest home sales in June

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Denver Nuggets head coach Michael Malone claps during the first quarter against the New Orleans Pelicans at Ball Arena in Denver on Monday, Nov. 6, 2023. (AAron Ontiveroz/The Denver Post)

The five priciest Denver-area home sales in June included a Highlands Ranch mansion purchased by the coach of the Denver Nuggets, a Cherry Hills Village mansion and three homes in Denver’s Cherry Creek, including two on the same block.

The top spot went to 460 Saint Paul St. in Denver. 460 Saint Paul LLC, a Colorado corporation formed on May 17, purchased the property from retired car dealer Jerry Glauser and his wife, Barbara, for $8.3 million. 

The five-bedroom, eight-bathroom home designed by architect Michael Knorr sits on one-third acre in Cherry Creek. It features 12-foot ceilings, heated floors, a spiral staircase, an elevator, a domed skylight and a two-story gym.

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460 Saint Paul St. sits so you can’t see the whole house from the street, making it feel secluded. (Courtesy Andrew Forino)

The Glausers purchased the home in 2004 for $4.2 million, then bought the one next door for $850,000. They scraped the latter and turned to Paul Kobey, the original builder, to expand the house.

They decided to sell it and buy something smaller in Denver because they own homes in Aspen, Arizona, and Florence, Italy.

“We love Denver, but we only spend about a month here a year, and it doesn’t make sense to have a 12,000-square-foot house,” Glauser said in 2023. “We wish we could take it with us.”

The Glausers initially listed the property with Kentwood Real Estate DTC for $14 million in 2019 before removing the listing. Kentwood relisted it for $11 million in June 2020 before again removing the listing. Douglas Kerbs with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty then listed the home for $11 million in March 2022 before lowering the price to $10 million in March.

Glauser owned several Glauser Mercedes-Benz dealerships, including one in Westminster, before selling them and retiring.

Kerbs represented both the buyer and sellers.  

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

10979 Skydance Drive

10979 Skydance Drive features six bedrooms, nine baths, a five-car garage, and an elevator. (Courtesy REColorado)

10979 Skydance Drive, Highlands Ranch: $6.8 million

Listing agent: Tina Christensen with The Agency-Denver

Buyer’s agent: Denver Trio with Realty One Group Premier

Details: Denver Nuggets coach Michael Malone, who led the team to an NBA championship in 2023, and his wife, Jocelyn, purchased the 8,875-square-foot mansion from Christian and Amy Stevens. 

The six-bedroom, nine-bath home, with a five-car garage and an elevator, was built in 2022.

It features a gourmet kitchen, laundry room with a dog wash station, and a finished basement with a wet bar, temperature-controlled wine room and a home gym. 

Outside, the home includes a private swimming pool, a pickleball court and an outdoor kitchen.

It listed for $7 million on May 27.

Malone joined the Nuggets as head coach in 2015 and was previously the head coach of the Sacramento Kings. He also served as an assistant coach of the New York Knicks, Cleveland Cavaliers, New Orleans Hornets and the Golden State Warriors.

411 Cook Street

411 Cook St. includes four bedrooms, seven baths, and a three-car garage. (Courtesy REColorado)

411 Cook St., Denver: $6 million

Listing agent: Colin Dart with Milehimodern

Buyer’s agent: Courtney Ranson with Milehimodern

Details: The Jim and Dianne Bosler 1993 Family Trust purchased the 7,686-square-foot mansion from Charles and Karen Farver. 

The Farvers, who bought the home in 2019 for $3.7 million, listed it for $6.3 million on April 4. Charles Farver is the former chair of Pella Corp’s board of directors and a descendant of window company founder Pete Kuyper. 

The home, constructed in 2007, includes four bedrooms, seven baths and a three-car garage. The Farvers recently completed an extensive interior renovation using award-winning design firm Mountain Luxury Interiors.

Bosler is chairman emeritus of JLB Partners, a national developer, builder, and manager of multifamily properties. 

61 Charlou Circle

61 Charlou Circle features four bedrooms, seven baths and a four-car garage. (Courtesy REColorado)

61 Charlou Circle, Cherry Hills Village: $5.8 million

Listing agent: Jeff Hendley with Compass-Denver

Buyer’s agent: Karen Arras with Brokers Guild Homes

Details: William and Janet Gooden bought the 8,101-square-foot house from the Elizabeth A. Rollins Revocable Trust and Fifth Edition Holdings LLC. 

The four-bedroom, seven-bath mansion with a four-car garage was built in 2001. The house listed for $6.3 million on April 23. 

61 Charlou is a single-level home that sits at the end of a cul-de-sac. After purchasing it in 2019, the trust extensively renovated the home by teaming with a local contractor and interior designer Andrea Schumacher. 

The main level features a dining area that comfortably seats 12, a primary suite and another large bedroom suite, laundry, and exercise room with outdoor access. The lower level features a large recreation area, and two additional bedroom suites. 

407 Saint Paul Street

407 Saint Paul St. features four bedrooms, five baths and a three-car garage. (Courtesy REColorado)

407 Saint Paul St., Denver: $5.1 million

Listing agents: Trish Bragg and Maggie Armstrong with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

Buyer’s agent: Trish Bragg and Maggie Armstrong with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

Details: The Sarah D. Shore Inheritance Trust purchased the 7,029-square-foot home from 407 Saint Paul LLC. The trust purchased the house in 2016 for $4.5 million. It listed for $5.3 million on May 6.

The four-bedroom, five-bath stucco home with a three-car garage was designed by Semple Brown Design and constructed in 2005 for developer Paul Kobey as his home. 

It features Kolbe windows, Rocky Mountain Hardware fixtures, walnut and lagos blue limestone floors, front and back patios, and a heated front walkway.

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Denver Nuggets head coach Michael Malone claps during the first quarter against the New Orleans Pelicans at Ball Arena in Denver on Monday, Nov. 6, 2023. (AAron Ontiveroz/The Denver Post)

The five priciest Denver-area home sales in June included a Highlands Ranch mansion purchased by the coach of the Denver Nuggets, a Cherry Hills Village mansion and three homes in Denver’s Cherry Creek, including two on the same block.

The top spot went to 460 Saint Paul St. in Denver. 460 Saint Paul LLC, a Colorado corporation formed on May 17, purchased the property from retired car dealer Jerry Glauser and his wife, Barbara, for $8.3 million. 

The five-bedroom, eight-bathroom home designed by architect Michael Knorr sits on one-third acre in Cherry Creek. It features 12-foot ceilings, heated floors, a spiral staircase, an elevator, a domed skylight and a two-story gym.

460 StPaulSt exterior scaled

460 Saint Paul St. sits so you can’t see the whole house from the street, making it feel secluded. (Courtesy Andrew Forino)

The Glausers purchased the home in 2004 for $4.2 million, then bought the one next door for $850,000. They scraped the latter and turned to Paul Kobey, the original builder, to expand the house.

They decided to sell it and buy something smaller in Denver because they own homes in Aspen, Arizona, and Florence, Italy.

“We love Denver, but we only spend about a month here a year, and it doesn’t make sense to have a 12,000-square-foot house,” Glauser said in 2023. “We wish we could take it with us.”

The Glausers initially listed the property with Kentwood Real Estate DTC for $14 million in 2019 before removing the listing. Kentwood relisted it for $11 million in June 2020 before again removing the listing. Douglas Kerbs with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty then listed the home for $11 million in March 2022 before lowering the price to $10 million in March.

Glauser owned several Glauser Mercedes-Benz dealerships, including one in Westminster, before selling them and retiring.

Kerbs represented both the buyer and sellers.  

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

10979 Skydance Drive

10979 Skydance Drive features six bedrooms, nine baths, a five-car garage, and an elevator. (Courtesy REColorado)

10979 Skydance Drive, Highlands Ranch: $6.8 million

Listing agent: Tina Christensen with The Agency-Denver

Buyer’s agent: Denver Trio with Realty One Group Premier

Details: Denver Nuggets coach Michael Malone, who led the team to an NBA championship in 2023, and his wife, Jocelyn, purchased the 8,875-square-foot mansion from Christian and Amy Stevens. 

The six-bedroom, nine-bath home, with a five-car garage and an elevator, was built in 2022.

It features a gourmet kitchen, laundry room with a dog wash station, and a finished basement with a wet bar, temperature-controlled wine room and a home gym. 

Outside, the home includes a private swimming pool, a pickleball court and an outdoor kitchen.

It listed for $7 million on May 27.

Malone joined the Nuggets as head coach in 2015 and was previously the head coach of the Sacramento Kings. He also served as an assistant coach of the New York Knicks, Cleveland Cavaliers, New Orleans Hornets and the Golden State Warriors.

411 Cook Street

411 Cook St. includes four bedrooms, seven baths, and a three-car garage. (Courtesy REColorado)

411 Cook St., Denver: $6 million

Listing agent: Colin Dart with Milehimodern

Buyer’s agent: Courtney Ranson with Milehimodern

Details: The Jim and Dianne Bosler 1993 Family Trust purchased the 7,686-square-foot mansion from Charles and Karen Farver. 

The Farvers, who bought the home in 2019 for $3.7 million, listed it for $6.3 million on April 4. Charles Farver is the former chair of Pella Corp’s board of directors and a descendant of window company founder Pete Kuyper. 

The home, constructed in 2007, includes four bedrooms, seven baths and a three-car garage. The Farvers recently completed an extensive interior renovation using award-winning design firm Mountain Luxury Interiors.

Bosler is chairman emeritus of JLB Partners, a national developer, builder, and manager of multifamily properties. 

61 Charlou Circle

61 Charlou Circle features four bedrooms, seven baths and a four-car garage. (Courtesy REColorado)

61 Charlou Circle, Cherry Hills Village: $5.8 million

Listing agent: Jeff Hendley with Compass-Denver

Buyer’s agent: Karen Arras with Brokers Guild Homes

Details: William and Janet Gooden bought the 8,101-square-foot house from the Elizabeth A. Rollins Revocable Trust and Fifth Edition Holdings LLC. 

The four-bedroom, seven-bath mansion with a four-car garage was built in 2001. The house listed for $6.3 million on April 23. 

61 Charlou is a single-level home that sits at the end of a cul-de-sac. After purchasing it in 2019, the trust extensively renovated the home by teaming with a local contractor and interior designer Andrea Schumacher. 

The main level features a dining area that comfortably seats 12, a primary suite and another large bedroom suite, laundry, and exercise room with outdoor access. The lower level features a large recreation area, and two additional bedroom suites. 

407 Saint Paul Street

407 Saint Paul St. features four bedrooms, five baths and a three-car garage. (Courtesy REColorado)

407 Saint Paul St., Denver: $5.1 million

Listing agents: Trish Bragg and Maggie Armstrong with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

Buyer’s agent: Trish Bragg and Maggie Armstrong with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

Details: The Sarah D. Shore Inheritance Trust purchased the 7,029-square-foot home from 407 Saint Paul LLC. The trust purchased the house in 2016 for $4.5 million. It listed for $5.3 million on May 6.

The four-bedroom, five-bath stucco home with a three-car garage was designed by Semple Brown Design and constructed in 2005 for developer Paul Kobey as his home. 

It features Kolbe windows, Rocky Mountain Hardware fixtures, walnut and lagos blue limestone floors, front and back patios, and a heated front walkway.

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