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The pastor of Sanctuary Christian Fellowship spent his Saturday cleaning up the mess the storm left behind.CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE, Colo. — A church in Cherry Hills Village is still cleaning up this weekend after a record rainstorm in Denver. The water came in so fast that they needed to use sandbags to try and slow it down.Inches of water still came through the building. The floor on the bottom level needs to be replaced. Chip Anderson, the pastor of Sanctuary Christian Fellowship, spent his Saturday ripping up the carpet t...
The pastor of Sanctuary Christian Fellowship spent his Saturday cleaning up the mess the storm left behind.
CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE, Colo. — A church in Cherry Hills Village is still cleaning up this weekend after a record rainstorm in Denver. The water came in so fast that they needed to use sandbags to try and slow it down.
Inches of water still came through the building. The floor on the bottom level needs to be replaced. Chip Anderson, the pastor of Sanctuary Christian Fellowship, spent his Saturday ripping up the carpet to begin the clean-up process.
"We had to wait for it to stop, drain, and then we could get busy on it," said Anderson.
The rooms that flooded mostly held classes for the kids. The church will still be able to hold services on Mother's Day.
He found out about the mess from the groundskeeper and a church member.
On Friday, Anderson said there was at least a foot of water around the building. It was even deeper in the park next to the church. Most of the water receded by Saturday afternoon but there was still a makeshift pond for neighborhood ducks to swim around.
"You're shocked and it’s a little disbelief," he said. "It’s kind of funny — you just have to roll with it and take it for what it is."
It rained for nearly 48 hours straight in Denver. By the time the rain finally stopped on Friday morning, Denver picked up almost 4.5 inches of rain which made it the city's biggest rainstorm in recent memory.
He thinks repairing the damage will cost around $10,000.
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Some 80 years ago, a group of concerned citizens banded together to form a coalition whose sole purpose was to protect their little town of Cherry Hills Village from encroaching commercialization.The area's pastoral beauty with wide-open fields sprinkled with patches of cottonwoods and placid bodies of water had attracted the attention of Denver residents looking to escape the city—it also drew the attention of developers looking to add businesses and industrial plants. Thus, the ...
Some 80 years ago, a group of concerned citizens banded together to form a coalition whose sole purpose was to protect their little town of Cherry Hills Village from encroaching commercialization.
The area's pastoral beauty with wide-open fields sprinkled with patches of cottonwoods and placid bodies of water had attracted the attention of Denver residents looking to escape the city—it also drew the attention of developers looking to add businesses and industrial plants. Thus, the Cherry Hills Improvement Association was born and thanks to their efforts, Cherry Hills Village remains commercial-free to this day.
While the southern suburb has maintained its bucolic charms, albeit an affluent one, the introduction of the I-25 highway has made access to downtown easier than ever.
What was once an isolated enclave for weekend stays has now become the primary residence for many of Colorado's wealthiest and most famous residents, who are attracted, in part, to the spacious lot sizes, says John Jaster of Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate.
"The size of the land affords people privacy and security and certain clients need that," Jaster explains. "They need the space and serenity, and they can find that in Cherry Hills Village."
Palatial estates on one-to-ten acre parcels make up a sizable slice of the real estate supply. These impressive homes often measure more than 10,000 square feet and feature luxury amenities like indoor swimming pools, tennis courts and horse stables.
Most of the homes in the area follow more traditional architecture with stately embellishments like columns, stone facades and porte-cochères. Modern-styled homes, though less common, can still be found.
While many exteriors are more classical, interiors are often outfitted with state-of-the-art comforts and contemporary designs.
According to data from Redfin.com, the median sale price as of May 2022 was $3.7 million, an increase of 51% compared to the year prior.
As with other smaller, estate-heavy towns where large lot sizes mean fewer homes, average prices can fluctuate greatly depending on one sale. For example, the median sale price in December 2020 was roughly $2.2 million and, by the next month, had jumped to just under $4 million.
At the median price point, buyers can expect to find sizable four to six-bedroom homes on smaller lots. The most expensive properties are comprised of mega-mansions on multi-acre parcels, which the area is known for. One such property, a 20,000-square-foot home purchased by new Bronco's quarterback Russell Wilson and his wife, singer-songwriter Ciara, for $25 million, set the record for a single-family home in the Denver area.
Although the area is known for its massive estates and wealthy residents, Jaster says a certain quaint charm can still be found throughout. "There's a semi-rural character to the community— sort of windy roads and things like that to slow down traffic so that it can be that sort of soft country feel. And they've always maintained that. It's still a Home Rule city, so you won't find any commercial properties."
Meandering creeks and patches of mature forest cover the landscape, making for tranquil public parks and walking trails.
Another of the few non-residential spaces found in the area is the renowned Cherry Hills Country Club. Celebrating its hundredth year, the country club has hosted such major events as the U.S. Open and the PGA Championship.
Students attending public schools are served by the Cherry Creek School District. Of the 69 schools in the district, only one, Cherry Hills Village Elementary, is located within the boundaries of Cherry Hills Village.
Private schools located in town include St. Mary's Academy and Kent Denver School. Founded in 1864, St. Mary's Academy, a Catholic independent day school, has thrice been named a School of Excellence by the U.S. Department of Education. Serving students grades 6-12, Kent Denver resides on a 200-acre campus bordered by the Highline Canal. The co-ed preparatory school regularly ranks among the best private schools in the nation.
Thirty miles northeast, via I-225, is Denver International Airport. Centennial Airport and Union Station are about 10 miles away, or roughly a 20-minute drive. Centennial Airport is preferred for flying private.
A two-hour drive away is the popular nature destination of Rocky Mountain National Park.
For ski enthusiasts, Aspen, Vail and Breckenridge lie roughly 3.5 hours away by car or an hour by flight.
Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate is an exclusive member of Forbes Global Properties, a consumer marketplace and membership network of elite brokerages selling the world’s most luxurious homes.
Venues:Cherry Hills Country Club, Cherry Hills Village, ColoradoColorado Golf Club, Parker, ColoradoOpened:Cherry Hills C.C., 1922Colorado Golf Club, 2007ArchitectsCherry Hills: William Flynn (restoration by Tom Doak in 2008)Colorado Golf Club: Bill Coore and Ben CrenshawYardages (subject to change)CHERRY HILLS COUNTRY CLUB (Yardages subject to change) Hole 1: 395 yards (Par 4) Hole 2: 415 ya...
Cherry Hills Country Club, Cherry Hills Village, Colorado
Colorado Golf Club, Parker, Colorado
Cherry Hills C.C., 1922
Colorado Golf Club, 2007
Cherry Hills: William Flynn (restoration by Tom Doak in 2008)
Colorado Golf Club: Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw
Yardages (subject to change)
CHERRY HILLS COUNTRY CLUB (Yardages subject to change) Hole 1: 395 yards (Par 4) Hole 2: 415 yards (Par 4) Hole 3: 323 yards (Par 4) Hole 4: 436 yards (Par 4) Hole 5: 554 yards (Par 5) Hole 6: 165 yards (Par 3) Hole 7: 417 yards (Par 4) Hole 8: 222 yards (Par 3) Hole 9: 493 yards (Par 4) OUT: 3,420 yards (Par 35)
Hole 10: 449 yards (Par 4) Hole 11: 633 yards (Par 5) Hole 12: 201 yards (Par 3) Hole 13: 429 yards (Par 4) Hole 14: 522 yards (Par 4) Hole 15: 245 yards (Par 3) Hole 16: 466 yards (Par 4) Hole 17: 553 yards (Par 5) Hole 18: 487 yards (Par 4) IN: 3,985 yards (Par 36)
TOTAL: 7,405 yards (Par 71)
COLORADO GOLF CLUB Hole 1: 647 yards (Par 5) Hole 2: 152 yards (Par 3) Hole 3: 425 yards (Par 4) Hole 4: 496 yards (Par 4) Hole 5: 475 yards (Par 4) Hole 6: 248 yards (Par 3) Hole 7: 577 yards (Par 5) Hole 8: 304 yards (Par 4) Hole 9: 477 yards (Par 4) OUT: 3,801 yards (Par 36)
Hole 10: 460 yards (Par 4) Hole 11: 211 yards (Par 3) Hole 12: 527 yards (Par 4) Hole 13: 401 yards (Par 4) Hole 14: 325 yards (Par 4) Hole 15: 590 yards (Par 5) Hole 16: 585 yards (Par 5) Hole 17: 202 yards (Par 3) Hole 18: 458 yards (Par 4) IN: 3,759 yards (Par 36)
TOTAL: 7,560 yards (Par 72)
Oldest competitors: Gene Elliott (61, born Feb. 26, 1962), Rusty Strawn (60, born May 26, 1963), Mark Strickland (54, born March 28, 1969)
Youngest competitors: Sohan Patel (14, born Nov. 14, 2008), Jack Chung (15, born April 22, 2008), Yanhan Zhou (15, born April 5, 2008), Luke Smith (15, born Aug. 28, 2007), Sahish Reddy (15, born Oct. 3, 2007), Brody McQueen (15, born Dec. 20, 2007)
Average age of field: 22.67
States represented (41): California (29), Texas (23), North Carolina (22), Florida (21), Georgia (15), Ohio (11), Pennsylvania (10), Colorado (9), Arizona (8), Kentucky (8), Virginia (8), Alabama (7), New York (7), Indiana (6), Connecticut (5), Michigan (5), Minnesota (5), Oregon (5), Utah (5), Iowa (4), Maryland (4), Massachusetts (4), Illinois (3), Louisiana (3), Oklahoma (3), South Carolina (3), Tennessee (3), Arkansas (2), Hawaii (2), Kansas (2), Mississippi (2), Nevada (2), Idaho (1), Maine (1), Montana (1), Nebraska (1), New Jersey (1), New Mexico (1), Washington (1), Wisconsin (1), Wyoming (1)
International (24): U.S. (255), Canada (11), China (8), Mexico (5), Australia (4), England (3), Norway (3), Denmark (2), Japan (2), New Zealand (2), Republic of Ireland (2), Sweden (2), Thailand (2), Argentina (1), Chinese Taipei (1), France (1), Germany (1), Hong Kong China (1), Macau (1), Malaysia (1), Northern Ireland (1), Republic of Korea (1), Scotland (1), South Africa (1)
USGA champions (10): Aaron Du (2023 U.S. Amateur Four-Ball), Wenyi Ding (2022 U.S. Junior Amateur), Nick Dunlap (2021 U.S. Junior Amateur), Gene Elliott (2021 U.S. Senior Amateur), Stewart Hagestad (2016, 2021 U.S. Mid-Amateur), Bryan Kim (2023 U.S. Junior Amateur), Matthew McClean (2022 U.S. Mid-Amateur), Rusty Strawn (2022 U.S. Senior Amateur), Preston Summerhays (2019 U.S. Junior Amateur), Sampson Zheng (2023 U.S. Amateur Four-Ball)
Monday, Aug. 14: (18 holes, stroke play) Tuesday, Aug. 15: (18 holes, stroke play)
The low 64 after 36 holes of stroke play will advance to match play. If necessary, a playoff will be conducted to cut down to 64 players.
Wednesday, Aug. 16: Round of 64, match play Thursday, Aug. 17: Rounds of 32 and 16, match play Friday, Aug. 18: Quarterfinals, match play Saturday Aug. 19: Semifinals, match play Sunday, Aug. 20: Championship match, 36 holes
All times listed are ET
Wednesday, August 16 (Round of 64) 5-6 p.m., Peacock 6-8 p.m., Golf Channel Thursday, August 17 (Round of 16) 6-7 p.m., Peacock 7-9 p.m., Golf Channel Friday, August 18 (Quarterfinals) 5-6 p.m., Peacock 6-8 p.m., Golf Channel Saturday, August 19 (Semifinals) 3-4 p.m., Golf Channel 4-6 p.m., NBC Sunday, August 20 (Championship match) 3-4 p.m., Golf Channel 4-6 p.m., NBC
CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE — Back from the abyss he stared out of early in the week, Nick Dunlap channeled the same motivation on the 33rd green of Championship Sunday that he had channeled after his dismal start to U.S. Amateur stroke play.That felt like centuries ago, the Crimson Tide golfer starting the tournament at 5 over par after only seven holes. He had looked unrecognizable Monday. Match play was a much more familiar image of Dunlap. The ninth-ranked amateur stampeded through the field, starting with top-ranked Gordon Sargent...
CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE — Back from the abyss he stared out of early in the week, Nick Dunlap channeled the same motivation on the 33rd green of Championship Sunday that he had channeled after his dismal start to U.S. Amateur stroke play.
That felt like centuries ago, the Crimson Tide golfer starting the tournament at 5 over par after only seven holes. He had looked unrecognizable Monday. Match play was a much more familiar image of Dunlap. The ninth-ranked amateur stampeded through the field, starting with top-ranked Gordon Sargent and all leading to the 15th hole Sunday at Cherry Hills Country Club. Dunlap only needed a two-putt to clinch the title. To clinch history.
“We talked about it all week,” he said afterward, the Havemeyer Trophy glistening at his side.
Dunlap, a 19-year-old from Huntsville, Alabama, completed his remarkable turnaround in Denver by becoming the second golfer in history to win both the U.S. Junior Amateur and the U.S. Amateur championships. His only company is Tiger Woods.
“I think it’s only a third of what he’s done,” Dunlap said, grinning.
He knows his stuff. Woods three-peated at the U.S. Junior Amateur (1991-93), then three-peated again the next three years at U.S. Amateur, the biggest stage in non-professional golf.
But if anything, that amplifies the magnitude of Dunlap’s achievement rather than diminishing it. Woods is the ultimate pillar of golf greatness for Dunlap’s generation. That nobody could replicate even “a third” of Woods’ dominance until now is a testament to the parity that has persisted in the sport for years. Standing out is tough.
Dunlap did it by defeating Neal Shipley in the final, a grueling match in which Shipley couldn’t have played much better in the morning round. He erased a two-hole deficit to tie Dunlap with a birdie on the 18th. Dunlap had much to think about as he took his lunch break.
Tiger was a symbol of his aspiration all week. No different at this critical juncture.
“I don’t think you can tell yourself not to think about it,” Dunlap said. “I think it’s there. I think all you can really do is embrace it.”
He talked with a sports psychologist throughout the week to help him find a balance in a tense atmosphere — “the most pressure I’ve ever been under,” as Dunlap called it. He has synthesized multiple effective strategies, from Tiger to self-antagonization.
“To be honest with you, I try to trick myself into thinking people don’t think I can win,” he said. “It doesn’t take much to get me fired up at all. I will grab onto things that people may not even mean. And I will use that to my advantage, as if they were trying to insult me.”
Equally helpful was the yin to that psychological yang: Dunlap’s caddy and longtime mentor Jeff Curl supplies him with pep talks and positive reinforcement before almost every swing. Curl also penned a message to his pupil Monday during the uncharacteristic slump.
“Jeff wrote something in his yardage book and then showed me. It said some words that I can’t say,” Dunlap said. “But he said, ‘If you snap out of it, this could be something really special.'”
The teenager snapped out of it. He birdied on the eighth hole.
He went on to birdie 12 times on Championship Sunday. The defining stretch against Shipley arrived in the first 10 holes of the afternoon round, which started in a deadlock after that hour-long break. Dunlap won four of the 10 holes.
But even a lead that’s considered comfortable by onlookers can feel insecure in the mind of the competitor chasing history. Shipley won the 31st hole, finding a glimmer of hope and momentum. The messy 32nd hole that followed felt designed to benefit his comeback bid; both golfers landed themselves in the rough with their second shots. Dunlap’s first attempt to chip his ball out of the rough and over the small hill blocking him from the hole went haywire; the ball rolled back to the edge of the green, a net gain of less than 10 feet. The door was open for Shipley to pull within two.
Dunlap needed only remember how close he was to history. Or how reliable he is in match play: He had won 29 of his previous 31, dating back multiple years.
“I think I have a mindset for match play,” Dunlap said.
His next putt cleared the hill and positioned himself to finish the job. Meanwhile, Shipley missed a 4-foot putt. Dunlap escaped the hole with a win — back up four — despite his own bogey.
A two-putt was all he needed on the next one to clinch the title.
As he embraced his caddy, Curl called out: “That’s history, baby!”
Russell Wilson and his wife, Ciara, bought a mansion for $25 million dollars.The purchase of the four-bed, 12-bathroom home located on Cherry Hills Park Drive in Englewood is noted as the most paid for a residential property in the Denver district area. The community in which the quarterback and his family are moving into is called Cherry Hills Village, in Arapahoe County, just south of Denver.Following the quarterback being traded from the Seattle Seahawks, Wilson and his singer-songwriter wife placed their mansion in Bellevue...
Russell Wilson and his wife, Ciara, bought a mansion for $25 million dollars.
The purchase of the four-bed, 12-bathroom home located on Cherry Hills Park Drive in Englewood is noted as the most paid for a residential property in the Denver district area. The community in which the quarterback and his family are moving into is called Cherry Hills Village, in Arapahoe County, just south of Denver.
Following the quarterback being traded from the Seattle Seahawks, Wilson and his singer-songwriter wife placed their mansion in Bellevue, Washington, on the market for $36 million. The mansion rests upon 5.34 acres.
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Their new home is a 24-minute drive from Empower Field at Mile High Stadium, where the Denver Broncos play their home games.
The 20,060 square foot property has a great deal of room for the couple and their three children. Also, there’s a 2,590-square-foot indoor pool, game room, home theater, and a complete basketball court.
The previous record for the most expensive property sold in the Denver area was a penthouse at the Four Seasons building that sold for $16M in 2020. In addition, former Denver head coach Mike Shanahan's mansion sold for $15.7M.
With respect to the space, it's certainly an upgrade in size for the Wilson family. Their home in Bellevue was a tad over 11,000 square feet.
According to Niche.com, which is a ranking and review website, it rates the residential area as the number seven best place in Colorado to raise a family.
It gives the area an overall grade of an A, with an A+ in three varying categories: “public schools,” “good for families” and “health and fitness.”
The 33-year-old quarterback has been seen around the city of Denver quite a bit lately. He recently threw out the first pitch on opening day for the Colorado Rockies.
He was drafted by the Rockies in the 2010 MLB Draft and played professional baseball for a while before making the transition to the NFL.
Also, he and Ciara published a kid’s book entitled “Why Not You?” The book motivates young children to believe in themselves and reach for their dreams. The book found its way to The New York Times bestseller list soon after it came out.
The couple made a visit to the Children’s Hospital Colorado in Aurora to do an in-person reading and a meet-and-greet with the kids there.
Needless to say, both have made themselves a part of the Denver community as the nine-time Pro Bowl quarterback will enter his first season in 2022 in a Broncos uniform.