Cherry Hills Village

In 1945, based on the threat of an airport being built too close to what is now Cherry Hills Village, the quiet Denver suburb decided to incorporate. First ordinance passed? A height clearance ordinance at which airplanes could fly over. As a result, there would be no airport built! In 1966 Cherry Hills Village became a Home Rule City complete with its own form of government.

Today, the draw of this quiet little “City” are the magnificent estates, open spaces, semi-rural atmosphere, low-density and family oriented community, 20 minute commute to Downtown and of course host to Denver’s top schools.

With homes ranging in style of Ranches, Mid-Century Modern and Luxurious Homes and price tags ranging from $800,000-12,000,000, Cherry Hills Village is one of the most opulent places in the country to live and voted the number one suburb in America.

Lifestyle Highlights

Neighborhood Boundaries

S. Clarkson St. – S. Monaco St.
E. Hampden Ave. – E. Bellview Ave.

Surrounding Hoods'

Greenwood Village
University Hills

Public Schools

Cherry Hills Elementary (K-5)
West Middle School (6-8)
Englewood High School (9-12)

Defining Qualities

Fiddler’s green amphitheatre, Denver tech center, Cherry hills country club, Glenmoor country clubVoted #1 suburb in america, The classic iced tea drink  “arnold palmer” is purported  to have originated at the cherry hills country club.

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