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What’s the Big Deal: $6M for Woody Creek home; $24M for Willoughby home

Pitkin County Assessor's Office

Editor’s note: This week’s What’s the Big deal is based on the most expensive property transaction recorded in Pitkin County through noon Thursday. The Clerk and Recorder’s Office was closed Friday for Veterans Day and did not have updated results.

Price: $6 million

Date recorded: Nov. 9



Address: 1137 Little Woody Creek Road

Buyer: Orizaba Interests LLCC



Seller: Little Woody LLC

Property type: Single-family residential

Year built: 1995, remodel in 2000

Total heated area: 8,714 square feet

Features: Eight baths, seven bedrooms

2014 property tax bill: $20,395.80

Buzzworthy

• A $24 million home sale was recorded late last week by the Clerk and Recorder’s Office, but only the price was revealed. However, broker Chris Klug, in a newsletter issued Friday, said the property was located at 720 Willoughby Way “and is going to be re-listed north of $30 million.” Klug’s newsletter also noted a Dancing Bear penthouse is under contract for $15 million.


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