Cherry Hills Village mansion lists for $25M, a record for Denver metro area

Three weeks after a Polo Club home listed for $21.5 million, another local property has hit the market with an even higher price tag.

The 15-acre property at 4001 E. Quincy Ave. in Cherry Hills Village, whose main home is still under construction, has a list price of $25 million. That’s a record for a home in the Denver metro area.

The property is dubbed Clearview Farm for its unobstructed mountain views. It’s currently owned by Clearview Farm LLC, which purchased it in 2015 for $11 million.

Glen Warren is the manager of the LLC, according to public records. Warren co-founded Denver-based oil and gas company Antero Resources, most recently serving as president and CFO. He retired at the end of April after nearly 20 years with the company, according to a press release.

Listing agent Susie Dews with Compass said the couple that own the property tore down the old 6,500-square-foot farmhouse that previously stood on the acreage and are in the midst of completing a nearly 14,000-square-foot main home, which they started constructing in 2019. A 2,600-square-foot, two-bedroom guest house has already been completed and served as a prototype for the main home.

The renovation’s design is a collaboration among Carlos Alvarez with AlvarezMorris Architectural Studio, Cushing Terrell Architecture and the owner-architect, Dews said. It’s being built by Denver-based Shaw Construction, which expects to complete it by the fall.

Three weeks after a Polo Club home listed for $21.5 million, another local property has hit the market with an even higher price tag.

The 15-acre property at 4001 E. Quincy Ave. in Cherry Hills Village, whose main home is still under construction, has a list price of $25 million. That’s a record for a home in the Denver metro area.

The property is dubbed Clearview Farm for its unobstructed mountain views. It’s currently owned by Clearview Farm LLC, which purchased it in 2015 for $11 million.

Glen Warren is the manager of the LLC, according to public records. Warren co-founded Denver-based oil and gas company Antero Resources, most recently serving as president and CFO. He retired at the end of April after nearly 20 years with the company, according to a press release.

Listing agent Susie Dews with Compass said the couple that own the property tore down the old 6,500-square-foot farmhouse that previously stood on the acreage and are in the midst of completing a nearly 14,000-square-foot main home, which they started constructing in 2019. A 2,600-square-foot, two-bedroom guest house has already been completed and served as a prototype for the main home.

The renovation’s design is a collaboration among Carlos Alvarez with AlvarezMorris Architectural Studio, Cushing Terrell Architecture and the owner-architect, Dews said. It’s being built by Denver-based Shaw Construction, which expects to complete it by the fall.