June home sales: Cherry Creek takes top spot with $8.5M deal
A Cherry Creek home has sold for $8.5 million, setting a neighborhood record for a single-family detached residence.
The 8,281-square-foot home at 333 Milwaukee St. changed hands last month, after being listed for $8.6 million in August 2020.
It was sold by Skye and Kambria Callantine, according to property records. Skye is the founder and CEO of Denver-based oil and gas firm Validus Energy, according to his LinkedIn. The buyer was a trust managed by Ronald and Leanne Lewis on June 13, according to property records.
The home, designed by Boulder-based Surround Architecture and built by Trail Star Development in 2016, has five bedrooms and six bathrooms. It sold for $7 million once it was completed, which was also a record at the time.
The home isn’t the most expensive residential sale overall in Cherry Creek. That title is held by a penthouse condo at 100 Detroit St. that sold for $9 million in March.
The Milwaukee Street home features an outdoor salt-water pool and jacuzzi, 22-foot floor-to-ceiling windows, and an open floor plan with an abundance of natural light, according to the listing.
Realtor Scott Bernard with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty represented the sellers, and John Zuckert and Alison Roper-Zuckert with Milehimodern represented the buyers.
Here are the next four priciest local home sales from June, according to MLS:
2610 E. Cedar Ave., Denver: $7.88 million
Listing and buyer’s agent: Josh Behr with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Details: This 8,225-square-foot mansion was designed by Denver-based Boss Architecture and built by Littleton-based Montare Builders in 2019. It is located within Belcaro’s gated enclave, Estates on Cedar Avenue, and features five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a sunken dining room, a private central courtyard with a pool and hot tub, a finished basement with guest suites, a media room, a wet bar, a gaming room and a gym with an infrared sauna.
505 Geneva Ave., Boulder: $6.9 million
Listing agent: Stephen Remmert with Compass- Boulder
Buyer’s agent: Amanda Lovato with Lovato Properties
Details: This six-bedroom, five-bathroom home in Boulder boasts formal living and dining rooms, a sun-filled family room with vaulted ceilings, a chef’s kitchen, a home office and a primary suite with a private deck and walk-in closet on the main level, according to the listing. Downstairs, there are five bedrooms and an expansive rec room, plus a two-car garage outside.
4720 S. Ogden St., Cherry Hills Village: $5.6 million
Listing agent: Patti and Pamela Helm and Libby Weaver with Compass – Denver
Buyer’s agent: Trish Bragg and Maggie Armstrong with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Details: Built in 2014 by Denver-based Paragon Homes, this custom modern farmhouse features four bedrooms, five bathrooms, a formal dining room with a wine cellar, and a 1,640-square-foot finished basement with a theater, gym and playroom. Outside, there’s a covered patio with a fireplace, built-in grill, large pool, hot tub, waterfall feature and a basketball court.
2400 E. Cherry Creek South Drive, Unit #701, Denver: $5.6 million
Listing agent: Douglas Kerbs with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Buyer’s agent: Ian Wolfe and Christopher Bouc with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Details: This 5,033-square-foot penthouse unit in the 58-unit One Polo Creek condominiums in Cherry Creek was built in 1996. It features two bedrooms, three bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows, two balconies with mountain and downtown Denver views, gallery walls for art, a study, and four underground parking spots.
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