CEO sells Boulder home for $9.8M, topping January sales
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A 9,000-square-foot modern farmhouse tops January’s list of priciest local home sales in the Denver metro, according to MLS data.
Matthew and Meg Erickson bought the property at 950 Gilbert St. in Boulder in 2014 for $2.3 million, according to property records. Matthew Erickson is the CEO of Vero Fiber Networks. Meg Erickson is an account director at Epsilon.
The couple hired Dale Hubbard of Surround Architecture to design the five-bed, five-bath home, built by S.L. Murphy Construction in 2015. The home borders Edward Sell Smith Park and features Italian bluestone walkways in the backyard, a covered patio, and front and backyard fire pits.
Patrick Dolan and Kelly Atteridg with Re/Max of Boulder handled the off-market sale of $9.8 million to Delaware-incorporated 950 Gilbert LLC.
Here are the next four priciest January local home sales:
1145 Timber Lane in Boulder: $5 million
Listing agent: Marybeth Emerson with Slifer Smith and Frampton-Boulder
Buyer’s agent: The Bernardi Group
Details: Named Mountain Star, this home was designed by architect E.J. Meade of Arch 11 and built in 1993. Hammerwell custom builders renovated it. Floor-to-ceiling windows capitalize on the home’s spectacular views.
617 Mapleton Avenue in Boulder: $5 million
Listing agent: Beau Burris with Slifer Smith & Frampton-Boulder
Buyer’s agent: Meghan Rocchio with Casa Blanca
Details: Built in 1900, this Mapleton Hill brownstone received a top-to-bottom remodel that blends modern luxury with historic charm, including a turret and the home’s original wood-burning fireplace framed by bookshelves. The remodeled kitchen features white oak floors and Dacor appliances.
2821 E Cedar Ave. Unit 13: $4.3 million
Listing agents: Peter Blank and Carmelo Paglialunga with Milehimodern
Buyer’s agent: Helm, Weaver, Helm with Compass-Denver
Details: This home, built in 2022, features walls of windows and a floor-to-ceiling fireplace that anchors the living room. The primary suite on the second floor features a gas fireplace, balcony, dual walk-in closets, and a spa-like bathroom. The finished basement includes three additional ensuite bedrooms, a recreation room, and a wet bar.
29 Foxtail Circle in Cherry Hills Village: $4.3 million
Listing agent: Steven Freberg with Radius Agent LLC
Buyer’s agent: Carol Powers with Coldwell Banker Realty 14
Details: Designer Jeffrey Elliot renovated this 10,000-square-foot Buell Mansion home in 2016. The seven-bed, nine-bath home includes two formal office spaces, natural stone floors and a 24-foot floor-to-ceiling limestone fireplace in the grand foyer.