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Oakwood Homes CEO Pat Hamill lists Cherry Creek mansion, one-time town hall, for $15M

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As one of Colorado’s largest home builders, Pat Hamill knows the tricks and tools to make a home a home.

The CEO of Oakwood Homes has renovated his residence at 400 St. Paul Street, Cherry Creek to include a three-car garage with 10-car underground storage space, event space, and two Added a finished basement with a temperature controlled wine cellar. Theater and hidden speakeasy.

He is currently selling his 13,656-square-foot mansion on 0.3 acres for $15 million.

“I’m just trying to simplify my life,” Hamill told BusinessDen.

The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home was originally built in 1891 as Hermann Town Hall. Edwin his Herman and his wife Louisa, in 1886 he incorporated a 320-acre farm into the small town of Herman. After Denver annexed Harman in his 1895, the building continued to house government offices for some time.

Hamill purchased the mansion and adjacent land for $1.65 million in 2009, according to real estate records.

“It was an iconic home, or at least I thought it could be. I love history, so this house was very special to me,” Hamill said.

If sold at asking price, this would be the highest priced home sale in Cherry Creek. That title is held by a penthouse condo at 100 Detroit Street, which he sold for $9 million in March.

Hamill completed a multi-million dollar renovation of the home in 2010, restoring the mansion’s façade to its original condition and demolishing the interior to create a contemporary theme mixed with historical elements. . He added nearly 7,000 square feet, including a new living area, attached garage, and private event space. He also dug underground where he created 6,500 square feet of space.

“We went back and found reclaimed oak and added floor design patterns that would have been used in the original period,” says Hamill.

Hamill has used the private event space to host charity dinners, retreats and fundraisers for organizations such as the Boys and Girls Club and First Tea. He also hosted an annual Halloween party at a hidden speakeasy.

The mansion also has a hidden speakeasy, where Hamill threw his annual Halloween party. (Chris Lewis, courtesy of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty)

“I hope my buyers are people who share my love and passion for giving back to the community,” he said.

The Oakwood Homes CEO is a car lover and owns vintage vehicles such as his father’s 1913 Ford Model T, 1948 Curtis sports car and a Fiat Jolie he calls the “Cherry Creek Touring Car.” I keep it.

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