Russell Wilson and Ciara can finally call Colorado home after purchasing a record-smashing $25 million Cherry Hills mansion in April, earning the top spot on BusinessDen’s monthly top home sales list.
A month after the NFL quarterback was traded to the Broncos, Wilson and his singer-songwriter wife Ciara bought a 20,060-square-foot mansion at 10 Cherry Hills Park Drive in Cherry Hills Village. It’s the most ever paid for a residential property in the metro area.
BusinessDen was the first to report the news.
Here are the next four priciest local home sales from April, according to MLS:
4780 S. Lafayette St., Cherry Hills Village: $7 million
Listing agent: Ann Kerr with Kentwood Real Estate DTC
Buyer’s agent: Greg Card and Patty Anton with Kentwood Real Estate Cherry Creek
Details: This 9,681-square-foot home sits on a gated, acre lot in Old Cherry Hills Village and features four bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The sellers remodeled the home last year, according to the listing. There’s a gourmet kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances, a formal dining room with a temperature-controlled wine closet and cocktail bar, two home offices, and a five-car garage.
3336 Belcaro Drive, Denver: $7 million
Listing agent: Trish Bragg and Maggie Armstrong with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Buyer’s agent: Ian Wolfe and Christopher Bouc with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Details: Designed and constructed by Weston Construction in 2006, this Tudor home is inspired by the 15th century Sandford Orcas House in England. There are eight bedrooms, nine bathrooms, custom casement windows, enormous fireplaces, a chef’s kitchen with a marble island and mahogany paneling and flooring.
6729 Bear Point Way, Golden: $6.4 million
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Listing agent: Jonathan Danton with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Buyer’s agent: Josh Behr with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Details: This 16,503-square-foot estate in Golden, which hit the market for the first time last year, sits on 33 acres at the north end of Golden’s exclusive Bear Tooth Ranch community. Built in 2001, the home’s open floor plan features an executive office with custom cherry woodwork, an in-law suite with a separate entrance, and a dining room with gold flake painted on the ceiling.
Downstairs, the 2,303-square-foot finished basement includes a 15-seat, soundproof movie theater, a billiards room, a gym and a fireplace. The back patio houses a BBQ and a large firepit, and there’s also an eight-car garage, plus a barn out back.
3778 Wonderland Hill Ave., Boulder: $6.3 million
Listing agent: Elizabeth Friedlander with RE/MAX of Boulder
Buyer’s agent: Jay Hebb with LATITUDE40 Real Estate Group
Details: This 8,494-square-foot home in Boulder was originally built in 1906 for Mayor James P. Maxwell, according to the listing. Sitting on 2 acres overlooking Maxwell Lake and the city of Boulder, this residence features five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The kitchen was remodeled in 2008 to include glass cabinet fronts, a copper farm sink and a new stove, and the third-floor studio was redesigned with wood-plank flooring, a wet bar and a gas stove.
The original portion of the home still has alcoves, nooks, built-ins, multiple staircases, a wine cellar in the old vault and even a secret passageway, according to the listing.
This story was reported by our partner BusinessDen.