Look inside the first ever ultra-luxury home to hit the Cherry Creek market.
Considered the first ultra-luxury home to ever hit the Cherry Creek market, 333 Milwaukee Street, a Colorado-Modern style home on 1/3 premiere acre, offers an exceptionally unique indoor/outdoor experience, with three glass garage doors opening from the kitchen to the pool and courtyard.
Architecturally stunning, the 8000-square-foot, open floor plan includes a glass-enclosed hallway to the master suite and study featuring a private and separate entrance. There are five bedrooms, six bathrooms and a glass and steel staircase to access all three floors.
Two upper-level bedroom suites include access to a rooftop deck. The fully finished basement houses a bar, recreation area and high-tech media center. Two additional bedrooms suites reside on this level and a navy vessel type mechanical room as well. A salt-water pool and hot tub—a rare commodity in Cherry Creek—are outside. And world-class boutiques and mouth-watering restaurants at Cherry Creek Shopping Center are only steps away.
“The owner had envisioned constructing a home of this design for years. Once building started, it took nearly two years to complete and the finishing touches were still being applied in August,” says Jeff Hendley, real estate agent with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty, who represents the property.
“The home is a culmination of natural materials, steel, reclaimed wood and glass. They are blended together with aesthetic precision to create an architectural work of art. It was constructed and designed to allow a seamless transition from indoors to outdoors and the enjoyment of Colorado all year-round,” explains Hendley.
The vision, executed in the home’s remarkable U-shaped design, is to “deliver a vibrant, yet private, life-giving experience through the four elements of nature—fire, earth, air and water.” The idea behind this is that when all elements co-exist and align, it projects an anchoring feeling with an abundance of peace and positive energy.
“This property is like no other I have seen,” says Hendley. “It allows you to connect mentally, physically and spiritually to a multitude of life experiences in a way that invigorates your inner self. The unwavering desire for elemental alignment is at the core of the home’s design and construction.”
“The property offers numerous exceptional features but the two that stand out are the glass garage doors opening to the pool and the detached man-cave, which doubles as a second two-car garage,” says Hendley. Together, there are six parking spaces—four covered, two uncovered—and plenty of room for toys and storage. The property is fully gated, beautifully landscaped for maximum privacy and is operated by geothermal mechanical systems. Hendley adds, “The significance of this property cannot be overstated.”
It’s currently listed for $7 million.
The home is a culmination of natural materials, steel, reclaimed wood and glass. They are blended together with aesthetic precision to create an architectural work of art,” says Hendley.
LIV Sotheby’s International Realty