Welcome to Cherry Hills Village
Affluent country-chic town close to downtown Denver.
Named after large cherry orchards near the original town site, Cherry Hills Village is an affluent community boasting over six square miles of natural landscape and rolling hills nestled just south of Denver. Cherry Hills Village features stunningly luxurious properties, including bespoke mansions and estates set amongst a picturesque mountain backdrop.
This community is surrounded by preserved undeveloped spaces and diverse wildlife. Residents are conveniently linked by miles of trails and open spaces, where you’ll spot locals of all ages strolling, biking, or horseback riding.
Homes here range from modern to avant-garde in style, including Mediterranean, French Country, and Cape Cod. Many homes are set on golf courses, equestrian trails, and gated communities. Cherry Hills Farms, Country Homes, and Glenmoor Country Club are popular subdivisions tucked within Cherry Hills Village and boast upscale, custom homes.
What to Love
- Excellent school system
- Family-oriented community
- Private, tranquil oasis close to downtown Denver
Cherry Hills Village is a luxurious residential oasis with virtually no commercial development. The community boasts private, spacious properties, as well as highly acclaimed schools, pristine golf courses, and easy access to the amenities and cultural attractions of nearby Denver. Residents here enjoy tranquil, suburban, and outdoor living.
The town boasts a vibrant social scene and plays host to many community-oriented events throughout the year. Nestled in the heart of Cherry Hills Village is The Village Club, a family-friendly gem featuring equestrian, tennis, and swimming activities. The town is also home to the exclusive Cherry Hills Country Club, which has hosted seven USGA championships and two PGA championships.
Many retirees flock to Cherry Hills Village for its elegant atmosphere and relaxed lifestyle; in fact, the town has been named by Forbes as one of the top 25 places to retire rich.
Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping
A plethora of unique boutiques, antique shops, and high-end retailers are a stone’s throw from Cherry Hills Village. Head to Patina Antiques & Home to discover a fresh mix of antiques and uncommon goods. Joy’s Consigned Furnishings boasts rare, high-quality furniture, art, and accessories. Shop upscale retailers and boutiques, catch a movie or enjoy casual dining at the Streets at SouthGlenn.
Residents also enjoy proximity to high-end dining options, including Shanahan’s Steakhouse, owned by former Denver Broncos coach and Cherry Hills resident Mike Shanahan. Indulge in fine Italian food and an impressive wine list at Venice Ristorante and Wine Bar.
Things to Do
With over 30 miles of hike and bike trails, 47 acres of parklands, and two horse areas, there’s plenty of recreation opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. The cottonwood banks and trails along the 71-mile High Line Canal offer a scenic space to walk, ride or relax. Three Pond Park boasts over nine acres of tranquil scenery, equestrian jumps, and a public art sculpture. John Meade Park features fishing piers, a boardwalk through the wetlands, performance area, and a terraced grass amphitheater. The Dahlia Hollow and Woodie Hollow Parks are also beloved by locals.
Hone your swing at the Glenmoor Country Club, which features a championship 18-hole golf course designed in 1984 by the world-famous Pete Dye.
Many families are drawn to Cherry Hills Village for the excellent schools in and around the community. The public schools in the Cherry Creek School District are considered among the best in the state. Future U.S. Secretaries of State Madeline Albright and Condoleezza Rice attended the two local private high schools, Kent Denver School and St. Mary’s Academy.
Kent Denver School, 6-12
St. Mary’s Academy, PK-8
Cherry Hills Village Elementary School, PK-5
Cherry Creek High School, 9-12
West Middle School, 6-8