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McLain Flats property outside of Aspen sells for $10.5 million

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2780 and 2782 McLain Flats Road

“What’s the Big Deal?” runs Sundays and is based on the most expensive property transaction recorded in Pitkin County through 3 p.m. each Friday.

Price: $10.5 million

Date recorded: Aug. 15

Address: 2780 and 2782 McLain Flats Road

Subdivision: White Horse Springs

Buyer: MF Aspen Investments LLC

Seller: AIG Aspen LLC

Property type: Single-family residential

Year built: 2013

Total heated area: 8,865 square feet

Land: 4.2 acres

Property tax bill: $30,364.52

Features: Main home has seven bedrooms, seven baths. Also includes a one-bedroom guest house and barn.

Buzzworthy

The Lindner Building in downtown Aspen sold last week for $5.9 million, according to property records. Located at 401 E. Hyman Ave. and next to the dancing fountain, the 3,018-square-foot commercial structure includes a basement and second story. The seller was Lindner Properties Inc.; the buyer was listed as 410 Hyman Avenue LLC.


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