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Cherry Hills Village house being flipped for a good cause

In neighborhoods across Colorado, homes are being purchased, flipped, and sold for big bucks. That's precisely what's happening to a home in Cherry Hills Village… but with a "good cause" twist.Last year, Nancy Fitzgerald bought a house on South Clermont Street and renovations started not long after."It's going to be amazing when it's all finished," she told CBS News Colorado's Kelly Werthmann.Fitzgerald didn't buy the house for herself, but rather to support ...

In neighborhoods across Colorado, homes are being purchased, flipped, and sold for big bucks. That's precisely what's happening to a home in Cherry Hills Village… but with a "good cause" twist.

Last year, Nancy Fitzgerald bought a house on South Clermont Street and renovations started not long after.

"It's going to be amazing when it's all finished," she told CBS News Colorado's Kelly Werthmann.

Fitzgerald didn't buy the house for herself, but rather to support The Butterfly Foundation.

"The Butterfly Foundation is my heart and soul," she said. "It's for whoever has had a tragedy in their life, and we give them a hand up, not a handout."

Fitzgerald started the nonprofit years ago and it has helped numerous Colorado families in their time of need. Like a wife who lost her husband at war, Fitzgerald explained, or a family needing support paying their utility bills.

"We get them whatever they need physically, financially, spiritually, emotionally," she said.

When architect Ron Wells learned of The Butterfly Foundation's mission, he got an idea.

"I could help here!" he joyfully said.

Using his expertise in home renovation, Wells is donating his time to help Fitzgerald flip the house on Clermont Street. When it sells, they said every penny made will go directly to the foundation.

"Why not share [my] talent with Nancy and have it be good? Have it result in somebody that needs help when they otherwise wouldn't get it," Wells said.

Somebody like José Guzmán.

"We didn't expect that at all," Guzmán said.

Last spring, Guzmán was diagnosed with bladder and kidney cancer. During his treatment, he couldn't work for months and his job as a freelance videographer didn't give him an opportunity to take paid leave. That left his wife and children without a steady income and left Guzmán feeling hopeless.

"After receiving so much bad news that year," he said tearfully, "I almost started believing that there's no more good news."

But that all changed when a friend nominated him for a Butterfly Foundation grant. Guzmán got a call from Fitzgerald and was gifted $6,000 to help his family pay for medical bills and other needs.

"If I need something, I want something, I work for it. Nothing has ever been given to me, so it was a great surprise. It was exactly what our family needed," Guzmán said as he choked back tears.

It is that life-changing difference that has Fitzgerald so passionate about growing her foundation's impact.

"So passionate!" she proclaimed as tears fell from her eyes. "I love the work that we do. We really do change lives, and it's all about Colorado and it's all about Colorado families."

Her passion is infectious. So much so that a general contractor and interior designer also jumped in to donate their time and skills to help Fitzgerald transform the house.

"I've not been shocked at all that Colorado businesses would step in and try to help out with something so wonderful as this," she said. "This whole process, the butterfly effect, is paying it forward. That's what we're doing with this house and with my team."

Much like the transformation of a caterpillar to a butterfly, the house will evolve this summer from a construction zone to a beautiful home. And in doing so, it will transform the lives of families across Colorado.

"It's a labor of love… literally!" said Wells.

Fitzgerald said she hopes to flip at least one home every year to support the foundation. If you would like to pitch in or nominate someone to receive a grant from The Butterfly Foundation, visit: https://coloradobutterflyfoundation.org/.

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Report: Russell Wilson is quietly accepting offers for Cherry Hills mansion

According to BusinessDen.com, Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson and his wife Ciara are in the process of selling the home they bought when he was acquired by the team in 2021. Russell Wilson and Ciara are accepting offers for their Cherry Hills Village home that they purchased just after Wilson was traded to the Broncos, according to ...

According to BusinessDen.com, Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson and his wife Ciara are in the process of selling the home they bought when he was acquired by the team in 2021.

Russell Wilson and Ciara are accepting offers for their Cherry Hills Village home that they purchased just after Wilson was traded to the Broncos, according to @tgounley & @Business_Den.

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They’re reporting that he and his singer-songwriter wife Ciara are accepting offers and providing tours to interested buyers.

Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson and singer-songwriter wife Ciara are accepting offers, and providing tours to prospective buyers, for the mansion they own in Cherry Hills Village, sources tell BusinessDen.”

So, why am I writing about Wilson’s house potentially being up for sale? Well, his future with the team appears murky at best and this is a pretty good sign that he is not expecting to return with the team next season. Would be odd to sell the home you bought when you were traded to the Broncos (all 12 bathrooms) and then up and sell it (potentially) if you planned on sticking around for another season or more.

Head Coach Sean Payton said during the postseason presser that he doesn’t “think it’s going to be a long, drawn-out process” when it comes to deciding Wilson’s future in Denver. That was back in January but now here we are a few days out from the Super Bowl and the clock is ticking for the Broncos to make a decision. On March 17th, Wilson’s $37 million option for 2025 becomes fully guaranteed which has been the issue between the two sides. So, the Broncos will need to restructure/rework his contract, trade him, or outright release him and eat the large dead money amount before that date.

It sure seems like the Broncos are choosing the trade/release option with Wilson reportedly putting his home up for sale. This was expected but we’re nearing the time when decisions have to be made so all news and rumors are significant here.

So, if you’re looking for a home in the Cherry Hills Village, there is apparently one available that has 12 bathrooms. Get those bids in!

Real Estate | Etkin Johnson co-founder lists Cherry Hills glass mansion for $8.5M

David Johnson, who co-founded Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners with Bruce Etkin in 1989, is selling his 8,300-square-foot Cherry Hills Village mansion made with $1 million of imported Belgian glass.Johnson listed the two-story, six-bedroom, five-bath home on Random Road, which was designed by Michael Brendle for $8.5 million on Nov. 17.He purchased the home for $3.6 million in 2003.Johnson said the glass walls make the home unique.“The natural light you get is stunning. You get to experience being outside ...

David Johnson, who co-founded Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners with Bruce Etkin in 1989, is selling his 8,300-square-foot Cherry Hills Village mansion made with $1 million of imported Belgian glass.

Johnson listed the two-story, six-bedroom, five-bath home on Random Road, which was designed by Michael Brendle for $8.5 million on Nov. 17.

He purchased the home for $3.6 million in 2003.

Johnson said the glass walls make the home unique.

“The natural light you get is stunning. You get to experience being outside while being inside at the same time,” he said.

The mansion’s floor-to-ceiling glass walls offer views of the mountains and Glenmoor Country Club, and its layout takes advantage of the glass by putting the living area on the second floor.

“That lets you enjoy the views when you’re in the kitchen or entertaining. The views are spectacular in the winter or the summer,” Johnson said.

Despite all the glass, the home’s location on a wooded 2.4-acre lot makes it secluded and private.

Listing agent Trish Campbell said the mansion, built in 2002, is like a piece of art. She said building a glass home like it today would be too expensive.

“It’s amazing architecturally. It’s definitely one-of-a-kind,” Campbell said. “It’s a very California-looking kind of house. It will appeal to a distinct buyer with an artistic eye.”

The home offers radiant heat on both floors, a glass bridge hallway, and two glass staircases. There’s also a chef’s kitchen with high-end appliances, a music room and two offices.

The home also features a pool with water features, fire pits, a hot tub, and a pickleball court.

Johnson retired in 2021 when he and Etkin sold the assets of their commercial real estate firm. The company sold off nearly $900 million in real estate assets, including selling its Colorado Technology Center portfolio for $400 million.

Now, he focuses on spending time with his family and charitable giving, including being active with the Penrose-St. Francis Hospital Foundation. He and his wife plan to downsize and split their time between living in Florida and Vail.

This story was reported by our partner BusinessDen.

Inside Russell Wilson’s New Neighborhood: Denver’s Cherry Hills Village

While many may believe that the wealthiest members of society live in the heart of major cities or off in the country, it is often the case that they reside somewhere in between: the suburbs. For San Francisco, it's Atherton; for Boston, it's ...

While many may believe that the wealthiest members of society live in the heart of major cities or off in the country, it is often the case that they reside somewhere in between: the suburbs. For San Francisco, it's Atherton; for Boston, it's Weston; for New York City, it’s Scarsdale.

For the Mile High City, it’s Cherry Hills Village.

With a profusion of politicians, executives and superstar athletes, Cherry Hills Village regularly ranks amongst the wealthiest towns in America. As such, property prices in the Arapahoe County community compete with other affluent Colorado areas like Aspen and Snowmass Village. According to data from Zillow.com, the average home value sits at more than $2.8 million, a 26.1% increase year-over-year.

A big part of Cherry Hills Village’s real estate market is made up of palatial estates on lots of 1-10 acres. Most of these impressive homes are more than 10,000 square feet and have high-end features like indoor pools, tennis courts, and horse stables. At the median price, buyers can expect to find large four- to six-bedroom homes on modest lots. Mega-mansions on large parcels, such as this designer-done space priced at $10.1 million, represent the upper-echelon of inventory.

Check out these notable properties to see what’s drawing Colorado’s elite to this affluent Denver enclave.

Peyton Manning’s Georgian Estate

Peyton Manning may no longer be a Denver Bronco, but the hall of fame quarterback still remains a Denver resident. Not long after Manning signed with the Broncos in 2012, the quarterback paid $4.575 million for a seven-bedroom home that he still owns to this day.

Inspired in part by Georgian design, the gated estate is fronted by a sprawling, stately lawn and features a red-brick home accented by columns, shutters and ornate oval windows. Traditional stylings continue inside with features like black walnut flooring, intricate inlays and window mullions. Included in the roughly 16,500 square feet of interior space are a wine cellar, billiards room and a heated indoor/outdoor dog kennel.

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Mike Shanahan’s Massive Mega-Mansion

The Georgian estate isn’t the only Cherry Hills Village residence Manning has resided in. After signing with the Broncos, prior to moving into his own home, the legendary quarterback temporarily crashed at a sprawling mansion owned at the time by Mike Shanahan, the former Broncos head coach.

Built for Shanahan and his wife, Peggy, in 2008, the six-bedroom home measures an impressive 30,000-plus square feet. The Shanahan’s spared no expense during the design process, incorporating custom details like tile flooring imported from Italy, elaborate ceiling moldings and imported glass for the home’s atrium.

With such a sizable interior space, the mansion is able to hold a wealth of entertainment space including a two-lane bowling alley, poker room and racquetball court, as well as a wine grotto and music room. Also housed on the four-acre property is a two-bedroom guest house and a 65-foot swimming pool.

The Shanahan’s sold the home in 2021 for $15.725 million, the highest sale for a single-family home in the metro Denver area at the time. The Denver icon who led the Broncos to two consecutive Super Bowl victories in 1997 and 1998, has owned multiple properties in Cherry Hills Village throughout the years.

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Walmart Heir’s Four-Parcel Homesite

The Waltons, heirs to the Walmart fortune and America’s richest family, made headlines this month after winning the bid to buy the Denver Broncos for a reported $4.65 billion. That’s not the only big purchase one of the Waltons has made this year. Earlier this year, Ben Walton, grandson of Walmart founder Sam Walton, acquired four parcels of Cherry Hills Village land totaling 8 acres for $22 million.

Three homes are spread across the four lots: a 3,127-square-foot, four-bedroom home; a 6,138-square-foot, four-bedroom home; and a 2,962-square-foot, four-bedroom home. Located on the south of the Cherry Hills Country Club, the compound encompasses a stretch of the Little Dry Creek.

Whether or not the purchase is related to the acquisition of the Broncos is not yet known. Walton, along with his wife, Lucy, founded ZOMALAB, a Denver-based philanthropic enterprise focused on environmental problems in Colorado and Chile.

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Russell Wilson’s Record-Breaking Residence

Following a March trade from Seattle to Denver, new Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson and his wife, singer-songwriter Ciara, wasted little time in putting down roots in the exclusive neighborhood. In April, the celebrity couple reportedly paid $25 million for a four-bedroom, twelve-bathroom estate, making the sale the priciest single-family home sold in the Denver area historically.

Nestled on a roomy 5.34 acres, the mansion’s courtly exterior displays a mixture of European styles, with a stone facade, dormer windows and touches of half-timbering. The structure’s complex layout makes for unique indoor spaces, including a double-height foyer, a blue-lacquered library and a paneled formal dining area.

The primary suite encompasses two boutique-style dressing rooms, two sizable bathrooms and two studies. Fitting for an athlete, the home comes with a variety of recreational spaces, such as a lavish indoor pool, basketball court and yoga studio.

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An Unexpected Outdoor Escape in Cherry Hills Village

Who among us hasn’t dreamed of soaking up Colorado’s glorious sunny days in a secluded outdoor room? (Vistas! Fresh air! No dirty dishes in sight!) With help from Boss Architecture’s co-founder and principal Chris Davis, a couple living on a three-acre lot in Cherry Hills Village made that fantasy a happy reality by adding a handsome pavilion to their property. “From here, you can look back at the house, or out toward the property’s landscape,&r...

Who among us hasn’t dreamed of soaking up Colorado’s glorious sunny days in a secluded outdoor room? (Vistas! Fresh air! No dirty dishes in sight!) With help from Boss Architecture’s co-founder and principal Chris Davis, a couple living on a three-acre lot in Cherry Hills Village made that fantasy a happy reality by adding a handsome pavilion to their property. “From here, you can look back at the house, or out toward the property’s landscape,” Davis says of the 15-by-35-foot outdoor room positioned on a manicured lawn to the east of the couple’s low-slung, modern home. It’s a middle ground—“a place to reflect,” he says—which the homeowners and their guests access by walking alongside an 80-foot-long koi pond, then crossing a small pedestrian bridge that leads over the water and directly into the pavilion’s inviting sitting area.

The structure isn’t just a pretty place. It’s also a smart solution to a site-specific challenge: water mitigation. Runoff from adjacent land required the architects (and a civil engineer) to work out a detention system that prevents flooding. The pavilion sits atop this system on piers, creating the illusion of a building “floating” above the ground. “After a big rain, the land under the pavilion does fill up with water for a short time before it drains,” Davis says. “We tried to make a beautiful thing [from a technical challenge].”

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The slatted structure gets its good looks from a design Davis says was inspired by work he and Boss principal Kevin Stephenson were doing in Mexico around the time this project was on the boards. Made of ipe—a dense Brazilian hardwood that’s ideal for Colorado’s dry, sunny climate—and structural steel, the pavilion is not just perfect on a blue-sky day. A canvas sun sail clips onto the slats to protect the space from rain, creating a comfortable spot to start the day or enjoy an evening glass of wine almost year-round. “We tell all our clients: In Colorado, a place with nearly nine months of beautiful days, you’ll never be sorry you invested in an outdoor space,” Davis says. We couldn’t agree more.

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