Denver’s real estate market may be cooling, but that didn’t deter luxury real estate brand the Agency from debuting the highest priced listing in the city’s history last month when it launched its new Mile High City outpost.

Since its inception in 2011, the Agency—which now comprises 65 offices in seven countries, and whose CEO, Mauricio Umansky, is currently starring in the new Netflix series Buying Beverly Hills—has closed more than $45 billion in real estate transactions. And if Clearview Farm, a Cherry Hills Village property at 4001 E. Quincy Avenue, sells for its record-breaking asking price, it will add $28,888,888 million to that total.

“The demand for the ultra-luxury trophy property in the Denver metro area is more prevalent than ever, and in the last year, there have been three sales in the metro area that have eclipsed $15 million, and two sales over $20 million,” says Jared Blank, managing partner of the Agency Denver and a co-listing agent of the Quincy Avenue property. “Interestingly, all three previous sales had ties to the Denver Broncos, but in general, we are seeing a staggering influx of wealth to the Denver metro area, [and] there are currently a handful of custom homes being built in the area where values exceed $20 million.”

The buyer who purchases Clearview Farm will have the rare opportunity to own not just a spectacular residence, but nearly 15 acres in the heart of Cherry Hills Village, says managing partner Kacey Bingham, who is co-listing the property with Blank. “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,” she notes.

Designed by the owner-architect in collaboration with architecture firms Alvarez Morris and Cushing Terrell, the residence was built by Shaw Construction and completed in 2022. Conceived as four connected “barns” that are situated on the property’s highest point, the modern residence is clad with shou sugi ban siding; its dark color is the result of an ancient Japanese charring technique that naturally protects the wood from the elements while creating a dramatic, textured finish.

“While Cherry Hills has been known for more traditional legacy type-properties, [this] new construction—with stunning modern architectural design and details—is something extremely unique,” Bingham says. Adds Blank: “This home is truly the region’s most exceptional modern residence.” We took a closer look to see what makes it so special—and worth the highest asking price in Denver’s history.


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Located down the hill from the main home, a 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom, 2,620-square-foot guest house offers light-filled living spaces, an office, a private deck, and views of the property’s pond. Photo by Nate Polta