CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE, CO — Cherry Hills Village, one of the most expensive municipalities in Colorado, features many mega-mansions. The median home value in the village is about $2 million, and the median list price per square foot is $460 — nearly double the average in the rest of Denver’s metro area.
Many homes in Cherry Hills Village include more than 15,000 square feet of space. With countless rooms, professionally-manicured gardens, large pools and ponds, the mansions tend to look like luxury resorts.
Check out five glamorous luxury homes in the Cherry Hills Village area:
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This home on Cherry Hills Park Drive features more than 30,000 square feet of space. If you have $19.7 million to spend, this home features six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a seven-car garage, a cigar lounge, a racketball court, bowling lanes, a pool and waterfalls.
Designed by renowned architect Carlos Alvarez, this $7.9 million estate overlooks the 11th hole of Cherry Hills Country Club. The 20,000-square-foot mansion boasts more than 14 garage car spaces, a wine cave, a swimming pool with fountains and 10 imported fireplaces. It also includes eight bedrooms and more than a dozen bathrooms.
This $7.7 million home may be the most glamorous on the list if you take its history into account. The house was designed in 1952 for famed actress Ethel Merman, according to local reports. The property has housed some of Denver’s most significant business barons and NFL royalty, listing agents said. The home features a Hamptons-style pool, a pickleball court, a greenhouse, a 530-bottle wine and Champagne cellar and an eight-car garage. It includes five bedrooms, six bathrooms and 10,500 square feet of space.
This home is listed in Englewood; however, it’s still technically within the Cherry Hills Village borders, according to Google Maps. The $9.8 million home, which sits on a 3.3 acre lot, features 22,500-square-feet of space. The house includes a five-car garage, seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, ten fireplaces and an elevator.
This $4.5 million home, at 4903 S Elizabeth Circle, features eight bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a swimming pool, a wine cellar, a gym and a four-car garage. The most resort-like part of the home is the English pub and billiards room on the main level.