John Hendricks has listed a property spanning 7,000 acres on the Colorado-Utah border — about half the size of Manhattan.
Residential Real Estate
The last month of spring brought in a pair of Denver area homes fetching more than $5 million apiece.
Britton Colquitt’s $2.25 million home includes custom stonework and design, as well as a hidden living space behind a bookshelf.
Denver-based Dublin Development purchased two houses at 2368 S. University Blvd. last week for $2.2 million, with plans to build a 53-unit condo building.
The 8,134-square-foot mansion at 401 Race St. was built in 1933 and occupied by Denver film legend Frank Ricketson.
The home, a block north of Denver Country Club, was designed by architect Harry James Manning in 1930.
The 11,000-square-foot home just south of Denver Country Club on Alemeda Avenue traded hands for $5.85 million on May 2.
The house on North Humboldt Street in Denver’s Seventh Avenue Historic District sold for $3.48 million on April 7.
A 6,800-square-foot penthouse on two top floors in the Four Seasons hit the market for $13 million.
A restored New England-style house located a pitching wedge from the Cherry Hills Country Club hit the market this week.