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Three Reasons to Sell Your Home Now!

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If you are a real estate fanatic like we are, you know that 2020 has been a record-breaking year for the market and it likely won’t be slowing down in 2021. Zillow expects home values to increase 10.3 percent from November 2020 to November 2021 despite the ongoing pandemic challenges. The sales growth continues to be affected by similar factors such as strong demographic trends and a shift in buyer preference ignited by the pandemic. If you considered selling in 2020, this year proves to be just as promising. Still not convinced? Here are three reasons why now is the perfect time to sell your home: 

Interest Rates Are Expected To Stay Low
Get excited because the 2020 below-average interest rates are here to stay! Last year, interest rates were below 4 percent and while they may slightly increase in 2021, they are predicted to remain low compared to historical averages. Let’s put these rates into perspective. According to Freddie Mac, December 10th had a record low rate of 2.71 percent for a 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage. Compared to a year like 2018, where the annual average was 4.54 percent, these record-breaking rates are incredibly beneficial to all homebuyers. Buyers can secure a long-term mortgage at an insanely low rate, and sellers can capitalize on high prices. It’s a win-win situation!

There Are More Buyers Than Sellers
As demand continues to rise, inventory remains low. But this isn’t necessarily a negative situation for individuals looking to sell their homes. Buyers are eager and anxious to purchase a house quickly, especially when the real estate market provides such ideal financial solutions for potential buyers. As mentioned earlier, the low interest rates provide affordable mortgages, ultimately resulting in an inadequate supply of homes to satisfy consumer demand. With such high competition to close a deal, buyers are aggressive with their purchase offers. So why not benefit from these multiple offers and rising prices?

TIP: if you are looking to sell your home, consider investing in house repairs to amp up the curb appeal and receive a higher asking price.

Seasonality of Homebuyers.
Did you know there are seasonal trends for selling and buying a home? In previous years, the spring months are historically the best time to list a home. However, with the unpredictable and uncertain living conditions that we are experiencing, the usually defined “peak of interest” in the market has become blurred. With that being said, the most desirable time to list your home is NOW, so do your homework and prepare to capitalize on the eager homebuyers.

How Kentwood Can Help
Have we convinced you? While there is no better time to sell your home than now, we understand the process can be daunting and often complex. With our local expertise and exceptional service, Kentwood is here to guide you through a pleasurable selling experience! Reach out today!

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Congratulations to the Kentwood Top 25 in 2020

As we wrapped up 2020 we took a deep breath and paused to consider what a roller coaster we’d just been on. Despite being shut down and shut out of real estate sales for close to two months, we were able to bounce back once real estate was deemed essential and showings were again permitted.

A Company Rooted in Excellence

Our Company Purpose is the core of how we operate and a large reason we rebounded so successfully in 2020:

At Kentwood, we believe in community.

That we accomplish more together.

That deep roots matter.

We inspire people to imagine the next steps in their life journey.

Our Top 25 Individuals and Teams in 2020 are hardworking professionals who exemplify our Purpose. Congratulations to everyone on the list!

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Kentwood Commercial Welcomes Two Dynamic Brokers to Its Colorado Team in January 2021

Kentwood Commercial, part of Kentwood Real Estate and an exclusive Colorado affiliate of Berkshire Hathaway’s HomeServices of America, is proud to announce the arrival of Randy Swearingen and Jim Tyler as Senior Commercial Advisors to its Colorado team. The addition of Randy and Jim further expands Kentwood Commercial’s level of expertise, integrity, and reliability, solidifying its reputation as the commercial brokerage to trust in Colorado.

Combining forces, Randy and Jim bring 60+ years of Denver commercial real estate experience to the table and plan to leverage their expertise to focus on tenant representation in the office, flex, and industrial markets in the South Metro Denver area.

Randy, a local Denverite, has been entrenched in the Denver Commercial Market for over 34 years, representing a myriad of Fortune 500 clientele and completing in excess of $1 billion in sale and lease transactions. With over 20 years as a top producer at major commercial brokerage firms, Randy brings expertise to Kentwood Commercial that includes tenant and landlord representation, development, market and financial analysis, site selection, marketing strategies, lease and sale negotiations, and space programming.

Also growing up in the Denver area, Jim is a former partner at Tenant Strategy and has represented a myriad of clients, including both Fortune 1,000 and local Denver companies. With over 25 years of professional business expertise in many areas of real estate, including tenant representation, landlord representation, development, and construction, Jim joins Kentwood Commercial having completed over 425 corporate tenant representation assignments totaling approximately four million square feet of commercial office and flex space.

“I am thrilled to work with both Randy and the Kentwood Commercial team in my native Colorado,” said Jim Tyler, Senior Commercial Advisor at Kentwood Commercial. “Together, Randy and I will bring our combined experience to the table to assist tenants and create strategies around their occupancy to achieve the optimal outcome for the real estate needs of the market.”

“Being able to call Kentwood Commercial, and their new One DTC West office building, ground zero is a great fit for us, allowing us to enhance the quality of our tenant representation services with a brokerage firm that employs top-level individuals and produces support and marketing materials that are second to none,” added Randy Swearingen, Senior Commercial Advisor at Kentwood Commercial. “Both Jim and I are lifetime Denverites and rooted in the community. We have spent a great deal of our commercial real estate careers helping occupiers and tenants succeed, and we look forward to delivering an increased level of expertise as we continue our work with Kentwood Commercial.”

Kentwood is committed to working with only the finest agents. Many of our esteemed brokers serve on committees and Boards of Directors of real estate associations throughout the state, and all are active and respected in their communities. As an affiliate of Berkshire Hathaway’s HomeServices of America, Kentwood has access to the resources of leading real estate brands.

“We are proud to welcome Randy and Jim to the Kentwood Commercial team and look forward to the impact their extensive expertise will have on the Denver market,” said Gretchen Rosenberg, president and CEO of Kentwood Real Estate. “At Kentwood, we believe that the most productive agents are those that are “rooted in community” and know their communities inside and out. When we hire new brokers, we put our full trust in them that they will serve as consummate professionals: trustworthy, dedicated, and ethical, which Randy and Jim exemplify.”

Kentwood is a proud member of the Denver Metro Association of Commercial Realtors (DMCAR), Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA), the Colorado Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (CAHREP), the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP®) Denver Chapter, the National Association of Gay & Lesbian Real Estate Professionals (NAGLREP) and the National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB). Additionally, our brokers belong to such esteemed associations as the Denver Metro Association of REALTORS®, Fort Collins Board of REALTORS®, Boulder Area REALTORS® Association, Loveland-Berthoud Association of REALTORS®, South Metro Denver REALTORS® Association, and the Colorado Association of REALTORS®. To learn more about Kentwood Real Estate and available listings, visit

About Kentwood Commercial

Kentwood Commercial is a boutique commercial brokerage that combines the exceptional local brand and referral network of Kentwood with the national strength and financial support of Berkshire Hathaway. The company has the ability to nimbly handle the range of large institutional and smaller entrepreneurial clients with the highest level of skill, responsiveness, and experience in the industry.

Our brokers and management team are dedicated to superior customer service and unmatched expertise in all segments of the market. Locally-owned, with some of the most experienced brokers in the industry, Kentwood Commercial assists with every facet of each sale or lease. The Kentwood professionals know the real estate business inside and out, they are unmatched in knowledge of the commercial market in the Denver metro area. The offices of Kentwood Commercial are conveniently located in Downtown Denver, Cherry Creek North, and the Denver Tech Center. For more information, visit

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Why Inclusion Matters

CEO Reflections

Written by Gretchen Rosenberg, President and CEO of Kentwood Real Estate

This week we celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr. and the massive and positive impact Dr. King made on 20th Century America. His most iconic “I have a dream” speech still resonates 57 years later.

So many Americans have a dream for equity, equality and inclusion. That extends to the dream of homeownership. A dream realized for many, but not always equitably. A dream we in real estate are privileged to help with.

At Kentwood Real Estate we formed a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council in 2020 to address both internal and external issues facing our company and our industry. Thank you to the volunteers on our Council and the wonderful input they provided last year. All of them offered to renew their commitment to volunteer this year and we now have a waiting list!

DEI Goals

Our goal is to make a real and positive difference in people’s lives. To that end, we’ve translated our Listing and Buyer information into Spanish and discussed what the next language should be. Vietnamese perhaps.

We’re in the process of forming a Kentwood Foundation to help our communities – our Kentwood Community and the communities we live in. More on that to follow.

We’re encouraging our managers to recruit for diversity and we’re welcoming many new brokers from all sorts of life experiences and backgrounds to the Kentwood family.

A Pledge to Do Right

Kentwood “took the pledge” and is among hundreds of companies joined as Colorado Companies United Against Racism. But taking a pledge isn’t an end, it’s a signal that we intend to be a part of the process and solution going forward. Our industry has historically not been purveyors of best practices. We’re grappling with that and determined to make a positive difference going forward.

Let Dr. King’s words guide us. “We must use time creatively, in the knowledge that the time is always ripe to do right.”

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December News Recap 2020

While Denver had another historically low month of inventory, our Kentwood Real Estate brokers remained busy. Both Denverites and Denver transplants were looking to find homes that fit their new lifestyles, wanting more open and flexible space for that work-life balance.

Kentwood Real Estate was featured in various articles in December, covering a variety of topics including our spectacular listings, significant sales, and real estate advice we have to offer.

·  12/20/2020, KUSA-TV: “Cherry Hills Village European-style estate with pool house hits the market for $7.9M

·  12/20/2020, Denver Business Journal: “Cherry Hills Village European-style estate with pool house hits the market for $7.9M

·  12/20/2020, MSN: “Cherry Hills Village European-style estate with pool house hits the market for $7.9M

·  12/10/2020, The Denver Post: “Penthouse between Cherry Creek and downtown views a center city poised for a comeback

·  12/1/2020, Luxury Real Estate: “Kentwood Real Estate Announces Significant Sales, Totaling Over $43 Million

·  12/1/2020, Luxury Real Estate: “6 Ways You Win by Working with a Real Estate Agent

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CEO Reflections on 2020

Written by President and CEO of Kentwood Real Estate, Gretchen Rosenberg

Time to Pause and Reflect

2020.  A year that hit the pause button on many things in our lives and a year that gave us a reset we did not know we needed. For many people, it was one of the toughest years ever, but it’s also provided an opportunity to evaluate the things that are most important. 

Virtual Meetings and Open House Tours
It’s been a year of working from home, distance learning, social distancing, flattening the curve, masks, visiting loved ones through windows, quarantining, travel bans, lockdowns, riots, protests and curfews, grocery shopping online, curbside pickup, meetings on Teams, Zoom and Go to Meeting and virtual open houses.

We’ve had no concerts or church or big family gatherings, and found new ways of celebrating birthdays, weddings, holidays, and even funerals. I attended a concert, a wedding and a memorial on Zoom this year. We have suffered losses – loss of time, connection and some have lost loved ones. 2020 will be a year that goes down as a historically meaningful year, one that has changed our world.

Kicking off 2021
How do we end 2020 on a positive note and start 2021 with a new and fresh perspective?  At Kentwood Real Estate, Kentwood Commercial, Kentwood Relocation, Denver Rental, and Prosperity Home Mortgage we’re taking time to celebrate with those closest to us. It’s a testament to our teams’ resilience, creativity, and professionalism that we’re thriving in difficult times. Our clients have been loyal and dogged and clear-eyed on where they need to go to stay on the path of their life journey.

We’re planning to rest and reset both personally and professionally and begin 2021 with an attitude of greatness. Thank you all who have supported our team this year. Happiest of holidays to everyone and cheers to 2021!

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Three Reasons to Sell Your Home TODAY!

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Are you considering selling your home? Denver-metro’s real estate market is white-hot right now and homesellers have an opportunity to earn a premium by listing their properties. Below are some statistics and insights into why NOW is the prime moment to sell your home and effectively capitalize on the extraordinarily potent real estate market. The bubble will not burst and in this seller’s market, the benefits and supporting evidence speaks for themselves.

1. Make a Significant Profit on Your Home Sale
According to Mansion Global at the end of October, the median U.S. homebuyer is paying about $20,000 more than they did three months ago. Denver-metro has experienced a spectacular median home price growth of 11.67% over last year and an extremely positive 7.14% year to date.

With interest rates hitting a new historical low 14 times this year, homebuyers have more purchasing power, and they are willing to make a strong offer to secure the homes they love among the stiff competition.

Due to this elevated buying ability, multiple offer scenarios are continuing later this year than they have in the past and in price points that typically haven’t seen that before. With voraciously hungry buyers engaging in bidding wars for your home, homesellers stand to maximize their profits.

2. Inventory Is Low and Demand Is High
According to the Denver Metro Association of REALTORS®, more than seven in 10 homes sold in October 2020 and 72% were on the market for less than a month with the median days in MLS for detached single-family homes at a speedy five days, representing a tie for the lowest number on record.

Housing inventory hit an all-time low of 3,415 active listings at the end of November. Compare this to the average active listings for November month-end of over 14,000 and you can see how homes are flying off the metaphorical shelves.

The Denver-metro area has had more closed homes than active listings every month-end since July 2020 and with extremely limited housing inventory, you have your pick of the litter with buyer offers.

3. Colorado Cities are Some of the Best Places to Live
The U.S. News and World Report published its list of the 150 best places to live in the U.S. and the first four out of 5 are all in Colorado with Denver earning second place overall.

Also, in Niche’s Best Cities for Young Professionals in America list, Denver placed 11th and Denver Business Journal ranked Denver 13th for overall real estate investment and development.

With the high desirability of our beautiful state, not only is there the potential for Coloradans to purchase your home among the low housing inventory, but many individuals out of state will be pining for your property.

Partnering with Kentwood
The benefits of listing your home in this market are plain as day with a high potential for homes to not only sell quickly, but for a large amount. If you would like to capitalize on Denver-metro’s phenomenal housing market and maximize your profit, consider partnering with an experienced Kentwood broker to elevate your home’s marketing, staging and overall value.

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November News Recap

Among other things, significant listings, prestigious awards, and McGregor updates are featured in the November news recap. Check out the articles below that featured Kentwood Real Estate brokers, staff and listings!

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5 Tips for Homebuyers Who Want to Make a Competitive Offer

Today’s Colorado real estate market has high buyer interest and low housing inventory. With so many buyers competing for a limited number of homes, it’s more important than ever to know the ins and outs of making a confident and competitive offer. Here are five keys to success for this important stage in the homebuying process.

1. Listen to Your Real Estate Broker

A recent article from Freddie Mac offers guidance on making an offer on a home in today’s market. Right off the bat, it points out how emotional this can be for buyers and why trusted professionals can help you stay focused on the most important things:

“Remember to let your homebuying team guide you on your journey, not your emotions. Their support and expertise will keep you from compromising on your must-haves and future financial stability.”

Your real estate professional should be your primary source for answers to the questions you have when you’re ready to make an offer. Working with an experienced broker will ensure that all your questions are answered correctly. 

2. Understand Your Finances

Having a complete understanding of your budget and how much house you can afford is essential. The best way to know this is to reach out to your lender to get pre-approved for a loan early in the homebuying process. Only 44% of today’s prospective homebuyers are planning to apply for pre-approval, so be sure to take this step so you stand out from the crowd. It shows sellers you’re a serious, qualified buyer and can give you a competitive edge if you enter a bidding war. You can find our excellent lending team at Prosperity Home Mortgage here.

3. Be Ready to Move Quickly

According to the Realtors Confidence Index, published monthly by the National Association of Realtors (NAR), the average property being sold today is receiving more than three offers and is only on the market for a few weeks. These are both results of today’s competitive market, showing how important it is to stay agile and vigilant in your search. As soon as you find the right home for your needs, be prepared to work with your agent to submit an offer as quickly as possible.

4. Make a Fair Offer

It’s only natural to want the best deal you can get on a home. However, Freddie Mac also warns that submitting an offer that’s too low can lead sellers to doubt how serious you are as a buyer. Don’t submit an offer that will be tossed out as soon as it’s received. The expertise your agent brings to this part of the process will help you stay competitive:

“Your agent will work with you to make an informed offer based on the market value of the home, the condition of the home, and recent home sale prices in the area.”

5. Be a Flexible Negotiator

After submitting an offer, the seller may accept it, reject it, or counter it with their own changes. In a competitive market, it’s important to stay nimble throughout the negotiation process. Your position can be strengthened with an offer that includes flexible move-in dates, a higher price, or minimal contingencies (conditions you set that the seller must meet for the purchase to be finalized). There are, however, certain contingencies you don’t want to forego. Freddie Mac explains:

Resist the temptation to waive the inspection contingency, especially in a hot market or if the home is being sold ‘as-is’, which means the seller won’t pay for repairs. Without an inspection contingency, you could be stuck with a contract on a house you can’t afford to fix.”

Bottom Line

Today’s competitive market makes it more important than ever to make a strong offer on a home, and a trusted expert can help you rise to the top along the way. Working with a Kentwood Real Estate broker will ensure you are working with experts in the field with vast experience and knowledge in the Colorado housing market. Contact us at

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Kentwood Real Estate Announces Significant Sales for Month of October, Totaling Over $43 Million in Sales Volume

Kentwood Real Estate is pleased to announce the sale of homes that sold in October for over $2,000,000.  The listings and sales had a total sales volume of over $43,000,000.

“Our passion is to inspire people to dream about the next steps in their life journey,” said Gretchen Rosenberg, president and CEO of Kentwood Real Estate. “Our belief is always rooted in the philosophy that we accomplish more together. This guiding principle, coupled with the exceptional real estate expertise of our brokers, has continued to position our brand as the preeminent source for luxury real estate in Colorado for four decades.”

The significant sales in the month of October for Kentwood Real Estate are as follows: 

Kentwood Broker Associate Linda Hantman represented the seller of a six-bedroom, 11 bath, 11,922 square-foot home in Cherry Hills Village Neighborhood that sold for $4,600,000. Located on 2.5 private acres, this premier residence offers a gracious floor plan that includes vaulted ceilings, cathedral windows, and architectural details throughout the home. Two staircases lead to the upper level featuring a private master bedroom suite with a fireplace, sitting room, marble bath, his/her walk-in closets, and a balcony. This home highlights exceptional Colorado living with a finished basement that includes a wet bar, wine cellar, theater room, billiard room with fireplace, bedroom, and full bath. The spacious, professionally landscaped gardens and grounds are complete with a private outdoor pool with a deck, hot tub, and spa, and a pool house with bath, gas fireplace, built-in gas grill, pergola, and numerous patio seating areas ideal for year-round indoor and outdoor entertainment. 

Kentwood Broker Associates Jon & Peggy Gordon represented the seller of a four-bedroom, four-bath, 7,040 square-foot home located in the lovely Hilltop Neighborhood that sold for $2,350,000. Kentwood Broker Associate Gina Lorenzen represented the buyer of this home. Situated in one of Hilltop’s best locations, this stunning custom home features a first floor with a grand open living and dining room with ten-foot ceilings, a dramatic limestone-surround fireplace, and custom built-ins and sets of french doors from the dining room leading to a large covered patio and beautiful backyard. Rounding out the main is a beautiful study and powder room. The second floor, with dramatic high ceilings, features a master suite, huge master bath, and large walk-in closet, along with two more bedrooms, each with its own bath. The basement is delicately finished and flowing with the rest of the home, making this residence an entertainer’s dream.

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Kentwood Broker Associate Jill Schafer represented the seller of a four-bedroom, four-bath, 7,384 square-foot home in Cherry Hills Village which sold for $2,350,000. This spectacular, solitary 2 acre home in Cherrymoor features a peaceful pond and is located on a corner lot, adjacent to a bridle path that leads to only one neighbor. The overall floor plan features a large original kitchen that opens to a casual dining area or hearth room and floor to ceiling windows that host views of the pond. The expansive living room features a stunning wall of windows and sliders that lead to a balcony overlooking the backyard. The main floor master suite has a walk-in closet and a five-piece bath. Located upstairs are two expansive bedrooms and a bath, as well as a massive unfinished space where the owner can add-on. The walk-out lower level with a game room, a bedroom, bath, workshop, and a large amount of storage, makes this a breathtaking lot in one of Cherry Hills Village’s finest neighborhoods. 

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Kentwood Broker Associates Ann Kerr & Charlotte Connolly represented the seller of a five-bedroom, eight bath, 6,452 square-foot home in The Buell Mansion which sold for $2,344,000. This rare modern beauty is an elegant and stylish design that meets with warm and comfortable living spaces. With floor to ceiling windows, the entire home is bathed in light with contemporary architecture on a corner lot that hosts multiple patios and balconies, and thoughtful landscaping. The open concept main floor, designer kitchen, and formal dining with a temperature-controlled wine closet are just a few of the additional perks, along with a spacious master suite with his/her closets, steam shower, and a balcony overlooking the backyard. Finishing with a private and secluded guest suite, this home has been meticulously maintained with thought going into every design element. 

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Kentwood Broker Associate Jim Rhye represented the seller of a five-bedroom, six-bath, 4,607 square-foot home in North Country Club that sold for $2,320,000. This light, classic brick Georgian home sits majestically on Williams Parkway, one of Denver’s premier streets. In 2016, a major renovation was completed to this residence, making the home turn-key and ready to move in. Inside, there is a sparkling white kitchen with a large marble center island that opens to the family room, which hosts a fireplace and views of the landscaped outside. There are five bedrooms and six beautifully updated baths, plus a wood-paneled office. Majestic trees and a large parkway make for enjoyable short strolls to Cherry Creek.

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Kentwood Broker Associate John Fitzpatrick represented both the buyer and the seller of a six-bedroom, six-bath, 8,960 square foot home in The Preserve that sold for $2,320,000. Located in the Estate Section of the Preserve on 1.9 manicured acres, this property contains a traditional floorplan featuring a main floor master suite, and a finished walkout basement with two more large bedrooms, and a recreation room with a wet bar and fireplace. Separate billiard or pool room and lower study are also featured in the floor plan. With full deck access, the backyard overlooks the heated and filtered pond and pool, and a fire pit and hot tub. Close to the Highline Canal Trail, residents enjoy all the amenities of the Preserve with a large pool, tennis courts, and party pavilion. 

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Kentwood Broker Associate Sana Wood represented the seller of a five-bedroom, five-bath, 4,940 square-foot home located in the beautiful Washington Park neighborhood that sold for $2,299,000. Kentwood Broker Associates Gayle Glucksman & Tiffany Glucksman Appel represented the buyer of this home. A stunning residence, this home offers unique features like an open floor plan, gourmet kitchen, and a large family room with an oversized folding door that leads to the back patio. The main floor hosts a study or office and a gorgeous private master suite with heated floors and a master bath, while the upstairs features two additional upstairs bedrooms with ensuite baths, as well as a laundry room. Included in the floor plan of this home is a finished basement with a wet bar area, an exercise room, and plenty of space for family and game room. 

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Kentwood Broker Associate Chuck Gargotto represented the seller of a five-bedroom, five-bath, 7,672 square-foot home located in Cherry Hills Village that sold for $2,200,000. Kentwood Broker Associate Josh Steck represented the buyer of this home. This beautiful Georgian style residence in Old Cherry Hills was built from the ground up, with the master bedroom and three additional bedrooms located upstairs, and a finished lower level and lovely outdoor patios below. This two-story home features a large living room and dining room, high ceilings in every room, an open chef’s kitchen, and a family room which both open to the pergola covered backyard patio and fire pit. The finished basement contains high ceilings, a recreation room, home theatre, exercise room, wine room, and the fifth bedroom and bath. 

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Kentwood Broker Associate Julie Winger represented the seller of a four-bedroom, four-bath, 5,389 square-foot home located in the Park Hill neighborhood that sold for $2,150,000. This custom home features amazing living space and light with groove beadboard ceilings, and an open floor plan that hosts a spectacular grand entryway with a two-story, sky-lit atrium. On the main floor, the kitchen comes equipped with every bell and whistle and leads to an incredible master bedroom suite. Three additional bedrooms are located upstairs, and exceptionally high-end finishes and exquisite details can be found throughout the entire home, such as gorgeous quarter sawn white oak floors, multiple antique and custom stained glass pieces, and transom windows on all bedroom doors. Outside hosts professionally landscaped outdoor spaces, including an in-ground, heated pool, and delightful lounging space with a spacious patio for dining and hanging out by the fire pit. 

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Kentwood Broker Associate Edie Marks represented both the buyer and the seller of a six-bedroom, seven-bath, 5,665 square-foot home in Cherry Hills Village that sold for $2,148,400. The brick English Tudor sits on over 2 acres of land and displays panoramic mountain views from Pikes Peak to Longs Peak. Hardwood floors, exquisite transitional cabinetry, and extensive built-ins make this home ideal for its new residents. The “Prairie Style” windows and doors not only bring the mountain panoramas in, they bathe every room in filtered light.

Kentwood Broker Associates Bobbi Lou Miller & Jennifer Dechtman represented the seller of a four-bedroom, six-bath, 5,710 square-foot home in Cherry Creek North that sold for $2,100,000. An art lover’s dream home, this contemporary residence hosts soaring ceilings and natural light. The singular master suite has a roomy master bath that includes warm floors and a television in the mirror, and a kitchenette to round it all out. The distinctive and spacious gourmet kitchen is equipped with five dishwashers, a Miele master chef oven, three U-line refrigerators, and custom cabinets with a hidden walk-in pantry. The adjoining and well-lit artist studio or exercise room catches the north light. An elevator to all levels makes every room accessible, and the separate outside entrance provides space for an ideal home office, nanny, or guest suite. 

Kentwood Broker Associates Greg Margheim & Kelly Sophinos represented the seller of a five-bedroom, eight bath, 7,330 square-foot home in Polo Reserve Neighborhood that sold for $2,070,000. The idyllic gated community is among the best Colorado has to offer. This one-owner home has been meticulously maintained and is situated on a private cul-de-sac lot with mature landscaping, private patios, a fabulous pool, and a firepit designed for year-round entertainment. European inspired, this residence boasts five bedrooms and eight baths with a main floor office or library and a true cook’s kitchen with state of the art appliances that include a 300+ bottle wine closet as well as a full-size butler’s pantry. The upper level includes a library, four bedrooms with attached baths, a steam shower, his and her water closets, and a large walk-in closet. The fully finished walk-out basement hosts a large recreation room, bar, exercise room, steam shower, guest bedroom with bath, and plentiful storage. The oversized, side load, six-car garage with lift is the icing on the cake for this beautiful home. 

Kentwood Real Estate also represented the buyers of one luxury homes that sold in October as follows:

  • Kentwood Broker Associate Elizabeth Sacerdoti represented the buyer of a home in The Buell Mansion that closed for $2,800,000.