Glenmoor Country Club, an exclusive, gated community in Cherry Hills Village, features magnificent modern-to-traditional-style country estates and mansions arrayed about the emerald fairways and wetlands of the private Pete Dye championship golf course.

Patterned after the classic courses of Scotland, the land where golf began, the 18-hole links style course, features acres of rolling fairways, deep bunkers, tall native rough, and spectacular views of the Front Range mountains.

Only a select few are fortunate enough to reside in Glenmoor’s sumptuous 1980s and 1990s vintage homes where charming country lanes meander beneath arbors of mature trees and more often than not the only way out is the way you came in. Prices are in the multi-million dollar range.

Tranquil and rustic Cherry Hills Village, one of the ten wealthiest suburbs in the country, boasts pocket lakes, scenic trails, open fields, and gravel roads that “are a matter of deliberate choice rather than a lack of funds.”

Incorporated in 1945, the Village is home to the exclusive Cherry Hills Country Club. Considered by many to be the finest golf course in Colorado, Cherry Hills has hosted three U.S. Opens and two PGA championships, including the 2005 U.S. Women’s Open.

Glenmoor and Cherry Hills are served by the nationally renowned Cherry Creek School district along with several exceptional private schools including Kent Denver, Saint Mary’s Academy, and Beacon Country Day.

Despite its semi-rural ambiance, Glenmoor is less than two-miles from I-25 and close to major thoroughfares that provide a host of shopping venues featuring everything from daily necessities to haute couture.