Status   SOLD  
Updated quintessential Modern Farmhouse
6 Viking Drive, Cherry Hills Village, CO, 80121 United States
sold
$2,250,000
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TypeOther
StyleFarmhouse
School DistrictCherry Creek
Bedrooms4
Bathrooms3
Bathrooms-Partial1
Square Footage5,078
Lot Size45,738 sq ft
Age1970
Parking3 car detached, heated
Taxes$10,594.00
Tax Year2017
A Modern Farmhouse in Old Cherry Hills Village. In 1997 architect Bob Engelke, renowned for his contemporary designs, created an extensive renovation adding significant square footage including the new informal family entry wing and two story bedroom annex. There was an extensive exterior make over. Skylights, beams, and architecturally interesting angles were incorporated throughout, and 6 Viking became a home of distinction. The current owners continued the extensive renovations and additions, including the addition of a heated, three car garage, complete with a loft/storage area, and chicken coop. The exterior of the house was resurfaced with maintenance-free Hardie Board™ siding and new trim. The kitchen and master suite were both renovated with high-end materials and design, taking care to retain the modern farmhouse casual ambiance. 6 Viking Drive is now a home combining contemporary architecture with classic design, all meant to last the test of time.
Exterior Features The heated three-car oversized garage was added in 2011, and has an array of extensive built-ins, ski racks and bike racks. The 2nd level is a children’s delightful play loft with a dutch door to access the small observation deck. Because this 2nd-floor space has a separate thermostat, it is also designed to function as additional storage. The garage also houses the inside entrance to the custom designed chicken coop. The chicken coop is heated, with interior and exterior access for feeding and egg collecting. There is even a monitor to watch the hens lay their eggs! There is a built in kitty door, and the garage is kept mouse free with the two sweet resident barn cats.