Since the stay-at-home orders were put into place in March, everyday life in Denver has changed. In order to do our part in slowing the spread of COVID-19, residents are swapping normal day-to-day activities and operations with indoor alternatives.
Luckily, technology has helped many industries remain operational, safe, and available to assist the consumers that rely on them. For a variety of reasons, whether it be for work, financial, or family reasons, many people still need to buy and sell homes during this unprecedented time. The real estate professionals at LIV Sotheby’s International Realty (LIV SIR) continue to serve their clients through the use of technology tools to conduct business at a safe distance.
Even in the midst of these challenging times, Denver Metro’s real estate market saw some significant sales during the month of March. The sales of these magnificent homes are a reminder that there are still homes available to purchase and motivated buyers who are ready to find their ideal home.
The highest-priced Denver Metro sale that LIV SIR participated in last month was 1 Cantitoe Lane, which was listed by Linda Behr. This spectacular Cherry Hills Village estate sold last month for $4,297,000. The beautiful home offers plenty of space and privacy as it sits on 5.2 acres and has six bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. Special features throughout this mansion include a recreation room, a home theater, a four-car garage, a pool and sauna, as well as breathtaking mountain views.
Last month, Stuart Crowell and Delroy Gill, helped their clients find an ultra-modern dream home at 2821 East Cedar Avenue 23, which sold for $3,850,000. When it comes to luxury and amenities, this home has it all. From a private commercial elevator, heated driveway, radiant heated floors, heated lap pool, sauna, movie theater, chilled wine cellar, wet bar with four beer taps, and more.
LIV SIR broker Casey Karsh Perry represented the sellers of an amazing home last month in the coveted neighborhood of Cherry Hills Village. The incredible cape Cod-inspired home at 17 Mockingbird Lane sold for the listing price of $3,500,000 in March of this year. This home is set on 1.88 acres and has a classic feel with elegant touches like the wood-burning fireplace, vaulted ceilings, and French doors leading out to the expansive backyard. Additional features include a main-floor master suite as well as a pool and hot tub.
The Cherry Hills Village neighborhood saw another impressive sale during the month of March. The sellers and buyers of the exceptional estate located at 4970 South Fairfax Street, which sold last month for $2,750,000, were both represented by LIV SIR brokers. Linda Behr represented the sellers of this stunning home and Anne Dresser Kocur represented the buyers. Sitting on more than four acres of land that features lush gardens, mature trees, a three-stall barn, and a tennis court, this home is a rare find in this popular Colorado community.
The real estate professionals at LIV SIR are armed with the necessary tools and technology to serve our clients during this time. For more information, or for assistance with any of your real estate needs, contact LIV Sotheby’s International Realty by calling 303.893.3200 or visiting livsothebysrealty.com.