A Four Seasons condominium, nicknamed “Sky Terrace” for having the largest outdoor terrace in the building, sold for $ 5 million last month.
Located on the 24th floor in downtown 1133 14th St., the residence was originally listed for $ 6.3 million in late July and sold on August 31st.
The seller, Susan Kiely, bought the house in 2012 for $ 1.8 million, according to real estate records. Kiely is the CEO and founder of the Women With A Cause Foundation. Her husband Leo was President and CEO of MillerCoors until 2011, according to LinkedIn.
The couple sold the property to Jonathan and Carol Clark, according to property records.
Most units similar in size to this 5,286-square-foot apartment in the 45-story Four Seasons building have two 373-square-foot balconies. But the one that was sold, according to the listing, has two 615 square meter terraces with views of the city center and the mountains.
The four bedroom, five bathroom residence is also the only unit with four parking spaces. Amenities at the Four Seasons include a 24-hour private concierge, valet parking, room service, on-site housekeeping, and a resident-only gym.
Douglas Curbs of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty represented the sellers and Stan Kniss of Slate Real Estate Advisors LLC represented the buyers.
Here are the next four most expensive local home sales as of August, according to MLS data:
510 Hawthorn Ave., Boulder: $ 4.93 million
Listing agent: Zachary Zeldner with compass – boulder
Buyer’s seller: Zachary Zeldner with compass – boulder
Details: A covered porch invites guests into this 5,896-square-foot home with high ceilings, numerous windows, hardwood floors, and detailed mill work, according to the listing.
The five-bedroom, five-bathroom home has a glass-fronted kitchen with granite countertops, subway tile backsplash, and professional appliances, plus an outdoor deck with a fire pit, kitchen, bar, and television.
1133 14th St., Unit 4050, Denver: $ 4.53 million
Listing agents: Stan Kniss of Slate Real Estate Advisors LLC and Aaron Tajchman of Real Estate Revolution
Buyer’s seller: Kim Norton with Kentwood Real Estate Cherry Creek
Details: Designed by the founder of the architecture firm behind DIA’s tent terminal, this Four Seasons residence features Italian furniture, marble floors, Thermador appliances, and bespoke lighting for art. The 40th floor has 4,828 square feet with three bedrooms, four bathrooms, white and gray marble floors that look like herringbone patterns, an all black master bathroom, and white kitchen countertops and cabinets punctuated by bright red accents.
It was originally listed for $ 4.75 million in 2016 and then re-listed for $ 4.9 million in October 2020.
60 Clermont St., Denver: $ 4.4 million
Listing agent: Peter Blank and Carmelo Paglialunga with milehimodern
Buyer’s seller: Diana Nelson with Keller Williams DTC
Details: This 12,699-square-foot mansion is set on 1 acre elevated lot in Hilltop and is set around a stone well entrance courtyard. There are seven bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a large room with hand-filled walls, arched passageways, Brazilian cherry wood floors, and a stone-clad fireplace, plus a kitchen / kitchen with high-end appliances and an oversized island with a bamboo top. Behind the house is a casita for guests, a salt water pool, a sports field, two water features, two covered terraces, a built-in grill and a wet bar.
988 Preston Court, Castle Rock: $ 4.3 million
Listing agent: Louie and Melanie Lee with Coldwell Banker Realty 24
Buyer’s seller: Louie and Melanie Lee with Coldwell Banker Realty 24
Details: This Aspen-inspired home sits above the fairway of the fourth hole of the Country Club at Castle Pines with views of the Front Range mountains. On 9,130 ââsquare meters there are five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a wood-paneled elevator with access to all levels, ash wood floors and telluride stone. Outside there is a stone fire pit and a wood-burning pizza oven and built-in grill.