With a record local selling price of a single-family home of $ 15.7 million, it’s no surprise that Mike Shanahan’s former mansion in Cherry Hills Village became the most expensive local apartment building to change hands last month.
Former Denver Broncos head coach sold his 32,254-square-foot mansion on Cherry Hills Park Drive, 8 October 21 to TenTwo Holdings LLC, according to Arapaho County property records.
The buyer is managed by Richard Disidou, CEO of Unicom Capital, an investment firm with offices in Denver and New York.
According to the local MLS, this is the most expensive single-family home sale in subway history.
Sandy Weigand and Chuck Gargotto of Kentwood Real Estate DTC represented the seller, and Philip Larson of Catalina Realty represented the buyer.
Here are the four most expensive local home sales since October, according to the MLS:
746 Wagonwheel Gap Road, Boulder: $ 7.585 million
Listing Agent: Patrick Brown with boulder compass
Buyer’s agent: Angela Moss with 8z Real Estate
Description: Spread over 40 hectares in Boulder, this five-bedroom, five-bathroom home is an “unsurpassed hideaway,” according to the list. The 4,334-square-foot residence designed by Studio B Architecture features floor-to-ceiling windows, a modern open kitchen, and a master suite overlooking the Front Ridge. Outside there is a swimming pool surrounded by a large terrace with a summer kitchen and a recessed seating area with a gas fire.
7245 Flagstaff Road, Boulder: $ 6.65 million
Listing Agent: Jennifer Egbert with Milehimodern
Buyer’s agent: Steve Altmatt with Re / Max of Boulder
Description: This territorial estate in northern New Mexico with four bedrooms and five bathrooms is located on nearly 35 acres of land near the Gross Reservoir. According to the list, there are four fireplaces, pitched ceilings and a “spotless view” of Green Mountain.
453 Pine St., Boulder: $ 5.9 million
Listing Agent: Daryl Smith with Re / Max of Boulder
Buyer’s agent: Jesse Bliss with Coldwell Banker Realty 14
Description: Located in the historic Mapleton Hill area of Boulder, this 6,300-square-foot home was built in 1900 and has been “meticulously maintained” over the years, according to the listing. There are five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, window walls, wooden floors and a spacious kitchen with Wolf and Subzero appliances. The 2,432 square foot finished basement includes a home gym, a professional recording studio, and a fully equipped workshop with a hydraulic lift accessible to the garage.
1133 14th St., Unit 3750, Denver: $ 5.25 million
Listing Agent: Nicole Laydon with real estate in your castle
Buyer’s agent: Stan Kniss with Slate Real Estate Consultants
Description: This 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom condominium on the 37th floor of a 44-story Four Seasons building occupies half of the entire floor with panoramic mountain and skyline views. It was previously owned by Gary Harris Jr., who served as a Denver Nuggets security guard from 2014 to 2021.