Set on a secluded hilltop graced with mountain views, Buell Mansion at Cherry Hills Village is an exclusive, gated enclave for discerning buyers seeking the ultimate in masterpiece homes designed and built by the region’s foremost residential architects and custom-home builders in the one-million to multi-million dollar price range.
Designed by prominent Denver architects William and Arthur Fisher with landscaping by Saco DeBoer, architect of Denver’s parkway system, the Georgian Revival Foster Buell Estate (Buell Manor House) was completed in 1920. Temple Buell, another renowned Denver architect, occupied the mansion for many years and maintained an active practice in the region until 1980.
With easy access to Hampden Avenue and University Boulevard, Buell Mansion lies opposite the fabulous Cherry Hills Country Club, just six miles from Downtown Denver. In addition to golf at Cherry Hills and nearby Glenmoor Country Club, equestrian and tennis programs are offered by the Village Club of Cherry Hills Village.
Nearby, set in a grove of cottonwoods, the English Manor House once owned by noted clothier George Gano features Elizabethan, Jacobean, and Tudor highlights capped by multiple crossed gables and a steeply pitched roof.
Buell Mansion belongs to the nationally recognized Cherry Creek School District. Cherry Hills Village is also home to St. Mary’s Academy and Kent Denver, highly regarded private schools.
Despite the area’s rural ambiance — replete with quiet streets, country lanes, walking and riding trails, open space, and wildlife — upscale shopping, fine dining, and cultural activities abound in surrounding neighborhoods.
The Club at Buell Mansion offers tennis, swimming, billiards, croquet, and nature trails on the Buell Manor House grounds which also include a picturesque lake and park.