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PAGE 14 THE VILLAGER July 29, 2010 THE VILLAGER NEWSPAPER JULY 29, 2010 REAL ESTATE HOME & GARDEN DEVELOPMENT di g s T he one-of-a-kind home – at 5210 Nassau Circle East – will be open Thurs- day, July 29, 5 – 7 p.m. in Cherry Hills Village. Priced at $949,000, the con- temporary brick multi-level has five bedrooms, four baths and 5,278 finished square feet. Visi- tors will appreciate floor-to-ceil- ing oversized windows, a master suite with sitting area, updated custom finishes throughout and a private backyard oasis. The home sits on a .49-acre secluded home- site with water features and a fire pit, has two fireplaces and a three- car garage. “I think most of all visitors will be impressed with the origi- nal style and architecture of the home. It has mid-century modern aesthetic that’s clean and open and that will appeal to contem- porary enthusiasts,” said Cold- well Banker Castle Pines Broker Louie Lee describing the featured home in a Previews open house set for Thursday in Cherry Hills Village. Just north of Greenwood Vil- lage, Cherry Hills Village resi- dents enjoy convenience to I-25 and I- 225 and easy access to Den- ver as well as light rail. Students are served by the highly-rated Cherry Creek School District and residents may enjoy the Cherry Hills Country Club, The Village Club and the Glenmoor Coun- try Club which afford members amenities including golf, tennis and equestrian facilities as well as scores of hiking and horseback riding paths along the Highline Canal and Little Dry Creek. Additional information about the Previews open house is avail- able by calling Lee at 303-549- 6925 or the Coldwell Banker Castle Pines information center at 303-688-6100. A guided video YouTube tour of the property is at www.castlepines.com accessed by entering MLS number 906579. This 5,278 square foot home will be open July 29 during the Previews custom home tour at 5210 Nassau Circle East in Cherry Hills Village. Photo courtesy of Coldwell Banker Castle Pines Capture your own CASTLE Previews custom home tour set for July 29 in Cherry Hills Fuller Sotheby’s showcases homes this Sunday Fuller Sotheby’s Realty are showcasing 10 homes priced from $1.75 to $3 million plus at Cas- tle Pines Village on Sunday, Aug. 1 from 1-4 p.m. These homes feature luxury liv- ing surrounded by whispering pines and majestic mountain views. A map of the list of homes on the tour can be picked up at the main gate. The 10 listings feature a Colo- rado lodge design, an Italian hill- side estate that backs to acres of open space and amazing views, a ranch style walk-out with golf course setting and mountain views, a contemporary ranch walk-out, all stone country estate on full acre with mountain views, a classic French country two story estate on cul-de-sac that is brand new, and a Bainbridge two story with walkout and main floor master suite and a luxury estate on 2.28 acres open from 3 - 5 p.m. There are additional new home listings and homes with new prices. See their ads on pages 9, 10 and 11 in this edition of The Villager. Call Fuller Sotheby’s at 303- 893-3200 for the Denver Tech Cen- ter, Cherry Creek and Evergreen lo- cations, 303-660-8800 at the Castle Pines Village location or 303-443- 6161 at the Boulder location. A contemporary Colorado liv- ing home in Greenwood Village will be available for viewing on Thursday, July 29, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. The home has been reduced in price from $3.6 million to $2.8 million for the one-day sale at 7100 E. Crestline Ave. The home has dramatic voluminous stacked stonewalls, breathtaking pan- oramic views and easy flow floor plan. The home is listed by Edie Marks at Kentwood Company. For additional information, call Edie at 303-905-0744 (cell) or 303-773-3399 (office.) 10 GEMS ON DISPLAY 1015 E Tufts Avenue 6425 Greenbriar Drive SALE ONE-DAY Open house in Greenwood Village July 29 offers limited-time pricing

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  • PAGE 14 THE VILLAGER July 29, 2010

    The Villager Newspaper julY 29, 2010

    real esTaTehome & garDeN

    DeVelopmeNTdigsT he one-of-a-kind home at 5210 Nassau Circle East will be open Thurs-day, July 29, 5 7 p.m. in Cherry Hills Village.

    Priced at $949,000, the con-temporary brick multi-level has five bedrooms, four baths and 5,278 finished square feet. Visi-tors will appreciate floor-to-ceil-ing oversized windows, a master

    suite with sitting area, updated custom finishes throughout and a private backyard oasis. The home sits on a .49-acre secluded home-site with water features and a fire pit, has two fireplaces and a three-car garage.

    I think most of all visitors will be impressed with the origi-nal style and architecture of the home. It has mid-century modern

    aesthetic thats clean and open and that will appeal to contem-porary enthusiasts, said Cold-well Banker Castle Pines Broker

    Louie Lee describing the featured home in a Previews open house set for Thursday in Cherry Hills Village.

    Just north of Greenwood Vil-lage, Cherry Hills Village resi-dents enjoy convenience to I-25 and I- 225 and easy access to Den-ver as well as light rail. Students are served by the highly-rated Cherry Creek School District and residents may enjoy the Cherry Hills Country Club, The Village Club and the Glenmoor Coun-try Club which afford members amenities including golf, tennis and equestrian facilities as well as scores of hiking and horseback riding paths along the Highline Canal and Little Dry Creek.

    Additional information about the Previews open house is avail-able by calling Lee at 303-549-6925 or the Coldwell Banker Castle Pines information center at 303-688-6100. A guided video YouTube tour of the property is at www.castlepines.com accessed by entering MLS number 906579.

    This 5,278 square foot home will be open july 29 during the previews custom home tour at 5210 Nassau Circle east in Cherry hills Village.

    Photo courtesy of Coldwell Banker Castle Pines

    Capture your own

    CastlePreviews custom home tour set for July 29 in Cherry Hills

    Fuller Sothebys showcases homes

    this SundayFuller Sothebys Realty are

    showcasing 10 homes priced from $1.75 to $3 million plus at Cas-tle Pines Village on Sunday, Aug. 1 from 1-4 p.m.

    These homes feature luxury liv-ing surrounded by whispering pines and majestic mountain views. A map of the list of homes on the tour can be picked up at the main gate.

    The 10 listings feature a Colo-rado lodge design, an Italian hill-side estate that backs to acres of open space and amazing views, a ranch style walk-out with golf course setting and mountain views,

    a contemporary ranch walk-out, all stone country estate on full acre with mountain views, a classic French country two story estate on cul-de-sac that is brand new, and a Bainbridge two story with walkout and main floor master suite and a luxury estate on 2.28 acres open from 3 - 5 p.m.

    There are additional new home listings and homes with new prices. See their ads on pages 9, 10 and 11 in this edition of The Villager.

    Call Fuller Sothebys at 303-893-3200 for the Denver Tech Cen-ter, Cherry Creek and Evergreen lo-cations, 303-660-8800 at the Castle Pines Village location or 303-443-6161 at the Boulder location.

    A contemporary Colorado liv-ing home in Greenwood Village will be available for viewing on Thursday, July 29, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

    The home has been reduced in price from $3.6 million to $2.8 million for the one-day sale at 7100 E. Crestline Ave. The home has dramatic voluminous stacked stonewalls, breathtaking pan-oramic views and easy flow floor plan.

    The home is listed by Edie Marks at Kentwood Company.

    For additional information, call Edie at 303-905-0744 (cell) or 303-773-3399 (office.)

    10 gems on disPlay

    1015 e Tufts avenue

    6425 greenbriar Drive

    SALEone-dayOpen house in Greenwood Village July 29 offers limited-time pricing

  • July 29, 2010 THE VILLAGER PAGE 15

    ContaCt the Villager today303-773-8313display & editorial-styleadVertising aVailable!

    digs DEvElopmEnt nEws in briEfdigs is a supplemental

    publication of The Villager Newspaper. Produced twice a month, this new section will feature stories about home improvement and dcor, lawn/garden care and landscaping. digs will also focus on real estate supplying real estate agents and

    brokers with a platform to highlight their properties, expertise and services.

    publishes: 1st & 3rd Weeks

    Reaches highest level in nearly 2 years

    L uxury home sales in Denver metro area last month rose to their highest level in near-ly two years as the regions housing market continued to show signs of improvement, according to Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Colorados leading pro-vider of luxury real estate services.

    A total of 67 homes sold for more than $1 million in June, up 22 percent from May and 3 percent from a year ago when 55 and 65 properties sold, respectively. It was the highest level for luxury sales since 89 properties changed hands in August 2008.

    The median sale price of mil-lion-dollar homes in June was $1.34 million, up 4.7 percent from Mays $1.28 million median, but down 2.8 percent from the median a year ago of $1.38 million. Home sellers received an average of 90 percent of their asking price, down from 93 percent in May but up from 87 percent last year.

    The figures were derived from Multiple Listing Service data of all homes sold for more than $1 mil-lion in the Denver metro area.

    The latest figures show that the high-end market in the Denver metro area continues to stabilize and improve, said Chris Mygatt, president of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Colorado. With interest rates at historic lows and sellers pricing their homes very competitively, buyers have responded.

    Mygatt cautioned that some of the sales could be related to the fed-eral tax credit, which required buy-ers to be under contract by April 30 and close by June 30. Closed sales in June reflect transactions that were typically initiated a month or two before. With the credit expir-ing, the housing market could see a drop-off in the coming months, he said.

    Between the expiration of the federal tax credit and the normal slowdown during the summer as people leave for vacations, its pos-sible that the market may pause to catch its breath, he said. But Im

    encouraged by the progress weve made so far this year, especially considering where we were just a little over a year ago.

    Some key findings from this months Coldwell Banker Residen-tial Brokerage luxury report: The most expensive sale in the

    Denver metro area in June was a six-bedroom, five-bath 7,403-square-foot home in Den-ver that sold for $3.95 million.

    Denver boasted the most million-dollar sales with 17, followed by Boulder with 13, Castle Rock with seven, Cherry Hills with six and Greenwood Village with five.

    It took an average of 115 days to sell a million-dollar home in the region, down from 122 days the previous month but up from 103 days a year ago.

    The Denver Metro Area Luxury Home Report is produced by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. For more information visit www.ColoradoHomes.com.

    Denver metro luxury home sales on the rise

    Centennial residents are encour-aged to take advantage of great deals and find out more about the wonder-ful businesses that are part of the Centennial community. Seven busi-nesses are part of Explore Centen-nial in August.

    To register to participate in the program visit www.centennialcolo rado.com and click Shop Local on the left menu list of the home page. Participants for this free program will receive an Explore Centennial card to show retailers.

    By supporting local businesses, community members are actively reinvesting in the local economy, increasing the diversity of available products and services, and improv-ing the quality of life for everyone.

    Participating businesses:Feathers Bird StorePromo: $5 off a $25 purchase, $10 off a $50 purchase or $25 off a $100 purchase. Does

    not include sale/clearance items, birds and/or services.

    15418 E. Orchard Road303-766-2429www.feathersbirdstore.com

    Healthy Life Acupuncture ClinicPromo: Complimentary 30-minute con-sultation for new patients to see if acu-puncture is right for you. Insurance and health savings account cards accepted.

    6434 S. Quebec St.720-480-8944www.healthylifeacupuncture.net

    Namaste Massage & WellnessPromo: 20 percent off any professional mas-sage therapy session. Offer valid for first time clients only.

    6059 S. Quebec St., Suite 103303-770-0916www.namastemw.com

    Academy Acres KennelsPromo: 10 percent off grooming and board-

    ing for first-time clients. 10% discount on boarding for military.

    16501 E. Arapahoe Road303-690-1188www.academyacres.com

    HotShot PromotionsPromo: Free set-up or free shipping on all orders exceeding $500. Use Promo Code: 7202009

    303-779-1106www.hotshotpromo.com

    Lindas Floral DesignsPromo: Free delivery to all Centennial resi-dents for any purchase over $25

    7837 S. Forest St.303-850-9566www.floraldesignbylinda.com

    Integrated Home DesignPromo: 20 percent off total invoice (labor not included) for carpet, wood, tile, or window coverings. Use Promo Code: Shop Local

    303-771-8638

    Shop local program has 7 August discounts

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