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What’s the Big Deal: $6 million for West End Victorian

This Victorian, originally built in 1888 and remodeled in 2010, sold for $6 million.
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“What’s the Big Deal?” runs Mondays and is based on the most expensive property transaction recorded in Pitkin County through 3 p.m. each Friday.

Price: $6 million

Date recorded: Aug. 14

Address: 707 N. Third St., Aspen

Neighborhood: West End

Buyer: 707 North Third Street LLC

Seller: CC Third Street LLP

Property type: Residential

Year built: actual, 1888; remodeled in 2010

Total heated area: 3,157 square feet

Lot size: 5,000 square feet

Property tax bill: $13,191

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