Denver’s Real Estate Market Peaks With A $29M Listing

This is the most expensive listing in Denver's history.

Only 20 minutes from downtown Denver yet hidden in complete privacy, this 15-acre compound in Cherry Hills Village is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the area. Attraction to the Denver area has been on an incline, with three sales in the past year surpassing $15 million and two additional sales eclipsing $20 million. Still, this property, dubbed “Clearview Farm,” is the most expensive listing to date asking $28,888,888.

Truly a modern compound, the new-construction home’s unique features keep on giving. The exterior is finished entirely in Japanese Shou Sugi Ban siding. Keeping with this Japanese influence, the listing price incorporates the number eight—a symbol of prosperity in Japanese culture.

“There has never been a property, on this much acreage, with a 1.5 acre pond, and unobstructed views to be offered to the market before,” says listing agent Kacey Bingham. “While Cherry Hills has been known for more traditional legacy type-properties, the new construction with stunning modern architectural design and details is something extremely unique about Clearview Farm.”

The modern minimalist main home boasts 13,800 square feet with five bedrooms and eight bathrooms has a seamless transition to the outdoors. While the main house sits on the highest part of the property and captures endless views, a 2,620-square-foot guest house sits just below—holding an additional two bedrooms and a bathroom. It’s hard to sum up everything this home has to offer, but some amenities include a 75-foot lap pool, fitness center, and even a driveway snowmelt system for those notorious Colorado winters. For the outdoor-lovers, access to the High Line Canal Trail is only a few hundred yards away.

Looking to cinch a title for both the city of Denver and themselves for the highest sale, Jared Blank and Kacey Bingham of The Agency hold the listing.