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Big Deal: 1025 N. Starwood Drive

Aspen Times Staff Report
Aspen, CO Colorado
The home at 1025 N. Starwood Drive under construction. (Courtesy Pitkin County Assessor's Office)

ASPEN ” The recent sale of a home in the gated enclave of Starwood, outside of Aspen, for $36.5 million is one for the record books.

The $36.5 million pricetag made this Pitkin County’s most expensive property transaction of 2007, and set the county record for the largest price ever paid for a single-family residence.

The sale of the property, owned by Prince Bandar bin Sultan since 1992, comes just weeks after he deslited his main estate, which had been on the market for $135 million. The buyer, Jeffrey Soffer, also bought a home in the Five Trees subdivision in 2006 for $11.1 million.

Soffer built a $650 million luxury condominium community in Las Vegas and also developed Turberry Ocean Colony in South Florida.

Bricol NV (controlled by Prince Bandar bin Sultan)

Star Mountain 3 LLC (controlled by Jeffrey Soffer)

$36.5 million

Dec. 5

1025 N. Starwood Drive


14,395 square feet

5 bedrooms, 12 baths


$75,865 in 2006

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