$4.9 MILLION MANSION ON DENVER'S PRICIEST STREET OFFERS KID FRIENDLY ELEGANCE, FAMOUS NEIGHBORS!!
Estate provides park-like setting across from Cherry Hills Country Club
The exterior of 18 Cherry Hills Park Drive in Cherry Hills Village features park-like grounds.
WHAT: 18 Cherry Hills Park Drive is a five-bedroom, seven-bath mansion on 2.3 acres in Cherry Hills Village.
PRICE: $4.9 million
SIZE: 12,192 total square feet: 7,500 square feet above grade, with 1,000 square feet finished in basement. $402 per square foot
LOCATION: The home, built in 2005, is located in a private, 24-hour guarded community across University Boulevard from the Cherry Hills Country Club. Cherry Hills Park Drive is home to estate-sized properties, with one lot currently for sale for $1.7 million. In 2015, Zillow named Cherry Hills Park Drive metro Denver’s priciest street, with a median home value of $9.4 million.
Former Denver Bronco’s coach Mike Shanahan’s mansion is currently listed for $22 million.
According to The Denver Post story, “current and past residents on Cherry Hills Park Drive are a who’s who of Colorado sports and business, including John Elway, money manager Tom Marsico, car dealer Ed Bozarth, homebuilders David Mandarich of MDC Holdings and Dale Francescon of Century Communities, and former Delta Petroleum CEO Roger Parker.”
ABOUT THE HOUSE: Designed by Denver architect Steve Ekman, the home’s architecture incorporates curves, columns, arches and turrets. Listing agent Jeff Hendley says the homeowners used limestone, marble and cherry throughout to create an elegant and formal space that was also sturdy and kid friendly.
The kitchen has a large island, multiple dishwashers and a light-filled breakfast nook. The two-story great room includes wood beams and paneling, a fireplace and French doors to the back yard.
Upstairs, the master bedroom has its own balcony and a hidden study with fireplace, concealed behind a floor-to-ceiling mirror. There are three additional bedroom suites upstairs, as well as a huge loft over the garage that works well as a getaway space for children.
The interior of 18 Cherry Hills Park Drive incorporates curves, arches and turrets throughout.