What’s the Big Deal: $5.7 million gets Park Avenue home in Aspen
Editor’s note: 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: $5.7 million
Date recorded: Jan. 13
Buyer: 311 Park Avenue LLC
Seller: Trustee Michael Louis Greenhill, Michael Louis GreenhilTrust, Trustee Debra Merle Greenhill, Debra Merle Greenhill Trust
Address: 311 Park Ave., Aspen
Neighborhood: Riverside Addition
Property type: Single-family residential
Year built: 1994, last remodel in 2014
Total heated area: 3,785 square feet
Land: 3,560 square feet
Features: 4 bedrooms, 41/2 baths, garage, two stories with basement, overlooks Roaring Fork River
Property tax bill: $11,598.40
Coldwell Banker Mason Morse Real Estate recently announced its launch of Ranch Aspects, a division focused on buying, selling and managing ranch and farm properties throughout the Roaring Fork Valley and the Western Slope. The ranch division joins the firm’s vacation rental division, Aspen Resort Rentals, which offers luxury condominiums, private estates and fractional ownership in the Aspen-Snowmass area.
The ranch division will help buyers and sellers needing guidance in land and ranch management, water rights, land resources and other elements unique to ranch properties, according to a statement from the firm. Led by Jack Pretti, the ranch division is comprised of Jim Cardamone, Bob Starodoj, John Wendt III, Michele Roberts, Rod Woelfle, Sarah Woelfle, and James and Anita Bineau.
“With the launch of the ranch division, we are proud to create visibility for this growing sector of the market,” said Jack Pretti, broker associate at Coldwell Banker Mason Morse, in a statement.
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