In 1945, based on the threat of an airport being built too close to the Cherry Hills, the quiet Denver suburb decided to incorporate. First ordinance passed? A height clearance ordinance at which airplanes could fly over. Translation, 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

Holiday Tree Lighting – Annual event usually held in the beginning of December bring the community together with music, food and fun.

Summer Movie Night – Outdoor movie night in late August at John Meade Park.

Exotic Car Show – Featuring unique cars from the neighborhood and nearby communities.

Landmark Theater – Unique movie theater serving food, a full bar, free popcorn and soda for everyone and VIP seating complete with a service staff.

Cherry Hills Country Club – Host to eight USGA competitions, two PGA Championships and one LPGA Championship.

  • Became a Home Rule City in 1966
  • Voted the #1 suburb in America
  • Best school district in the state
  • The classic iced tea drink “Arnold Palmer” is purported to have originated at the Cherry
  • Hills Country Club
  • Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater (Comfort Dental Amphitheater)
  • Denver Tech Center
  • Cherry Hills Country Club
  • Glenmoor Country Club
  • Denver Bike Route (off street multi-use routes)
  • Limited RTD bus line; mainly on University Blvd
  • Driving and on-street parking
  • Close to I-25

Neighborhood Boundaries

S Clarkson St – S Monaco St

E Hampden Ave – E Bellview Ave

Surrounding Hoods


Denver Tech Center

Greenwood Village

Public Schools

Cherry Hills Elementary (K – 5)

West Middle School (6 – 8)

Englewood High School (9 – 12)

Defining Qualities

Parking, open space, on-street parking, golf course

“My family and I moved from the East Coast over 8 years ago and only considered Colorado because we found Cherry Hills Village. We love the family oriented community, open space and best schools in the state. It’s a comfortable place to live with no surprises.”


Lawrence H – 8 year resident of Cherry Hills Village