These five properties were the most-expensive homes sold in and around Denver in 2019. 

2019 was a big year for real estate in Colorado, especially in the Denver metropolitan area. Here are the top five most-expensive Denver properties sold in 2019.

1. 5000 East Quincy Avenue, Englewood, 80113 – $11,625,000

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This 23,866-square-foot gem in Englewood sold for a cool $11,625,000 in December 2019. Originally built in 1993, the property boasts pristine gardens and ponds set on a gorgeous nine-acre property. The home was designed in a sophisticated style with stone floors, mahogany woodworking throughout, a custom chef’s kitchen, 2 story library, and a family room with a fully-equipped bar. The gated property also holds a 10-car garage, complete with an in-house car wash.

The property was listed with Gina Lorenzen of Kenwood Real Estate. Check out the listing and virtual tour here.

2. 4701 South Dasa Drive, Cherry Hills Village, 80111 – $9,000,000

Listed with Kentwood Real Estate's Linda Hantman, this five-bedroom, five-bath estate sold for $9,000,000. Located in Cherry Hills Village, the very private property has a tennis court, a pool, covered patio and gorgeous garden, three fireplaces, a chef’s kitchen, a master suite with a marble bath, and a finished basement. Partnered with amazing mountain views, this is a beautiful ranch-style home set on almost two acres.

3. 576 South Elizabeth Street, Denver, 80209 – $8,500,000

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This one-of-a-kind home was designed by Seattle-based architect Jim Olson, who has designed museums and homes worldwide, and was built in 2006. Set on three and a half acres, the two-story, 20,157-square-foot home is airy and bright. Quite modern and welcoming, it's a magnificent property. The home has four bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a fireplace, vaulted ceilings, and uniquely landscaped grounds. A two-story art gallery is central to the interior and the living room opens up to a grassy meadow.

Listed by LIV Sotheby’s International Realty, the home was most recently sold in March 2019 for $8,500,000.

4. Cherry Hills Park Drive, Cherry Hills Village, 80113 – $8,200,000

 

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This 19,535-square-foot masterpiece is a seven-bedroom, 12-bath luxury estate, a dramatic and magnificent property set in Cherry Hills Village. The 2.36-acre lot overlooks pristine mountain views, has an expansive double staircase, an expansive lawn, pool, and elegance throughout. Open and airy, the home features a wet bar, spa and hot tub, custom sound system, a water feature in the yard, and more.

The home was listed with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty and sold for $8,200,000 in February 2019.

5. 4949 Fairfax Street, Cherry Hills Village, 80121 – $7,250,000

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Surrounded by mountain views, this property is more like a resort than a home. The five-bedroom, 10-bath home is 17,841 square feet of amazing. A wooden accented library, master suite with a steam shower, walk-in closet, coffee bar, and large balcony. The home also features a gourmet kitchen, outdoor terraces, floor-to-ceiling windows. The home also includes a circular bluestone zero-edge pool, hot tub, fire pits, and outdoor water features.

Listed by Compass, the home sold in November 2019 for $7,250,000.

These homes are amazing and well worth the seven- and eight-figure price tags. Real estate in Denver is always changing, and we love looking at what's selling in and around the metro area. What do you think about these luxury properties? Can you imagine yourself calling one of these pricey pads home? Sound off in the comments.