Cherry Hills Village

With its unique red street signs and mansions that sit on acre plus lots, Cherry Hills Village impressively offers stunning properties built to attract attention or act as a barrier from it. From elegantly formal to low-key casual, Cherry Hills Village is the one of the most affluent neighborhoods in the country offering a unique community of large lot luxury properties, virtually non-existent in other parts of Denver.

Cherry Hills Village is located in Arapahoe County just 15 minutes south of Denver. It was incorporated in June of 1945 and is a predominantly residential city of only 6.5 square miles with a population over 6,000. Home of the exclusive Cherry Hills Country Club, a past venue of the US Open, and even rumored to be where the tea and lemonade drink, named after the famous golfer Arnold Palmer, was first created.

The City of Cherry Hills Village has prevailed in maintaining its semi-rural character against changing economic trends. With a limited number of new development remaining, Cherry Hills strives to preserve its unique character as a quality, single-family residential community in the Denver metropolitan area.

Considered one of the most prestigious locales in the country, having a Cherry Hills Village address is a luxury in itself. Additionally, the wide open spaces and custom built homes keep Colorado land preservation in mind and creates an oasis within an urban environment. Cherry Hills Village is serviced by award winning Cherry Creek School District offering the best public education in the state. Residents enjoy zipping over to nearby Cherry Creek’s busy shopping area to enjoy the world class restaurants and shopping.

Forbes Magazine ranked Cherry Hills Village in their Top 25 Places to Retire Rich list. So, for those looking to enjoy a mile-high luxury lifestyle that comes with a gorgeous mountain backdrop and a zip code few can afford, look no further than the exclusive Cherry Hills Village.

Cherry Hills Village Properties

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