What’s the Big Deal: $9.4 million for Red Mountain Home
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: $9.4 million
Date recorded: Aug. 29
Address: 171 Hunter Creek Road
Subdivision: Red Mountain Ranch
Buyer: Bedlington LLC
Seller: Brown Sparrow LLC
Property type: Single-family residential
Year built: 1981
Total heated area: 3,502 square feet
Land: 31,122 square feet
Property tax bill: $12,963.16
• Former Houston Astros slugger Jeff Bagwell has sold his one-eighth interest in a fractional unit at the Residences at The Little Nell, according to property records.
Bagwell and his second wife, whom he is no longer married to, sold the fractional for $945,000. The transaction was recorded Friday.
• Aspen-based Willis Pember Architects Inc. was the recent recipient of a national design award from Hanley Wood, publishers of Architect magazine.
Pember’s Meadowood House was given a Masters of Design Award via an invited competition by the publishers. The annual award is focused on residences with strong indoor-outdoor relationships that include water features and pools as a central part of their composition. Meadowood House was completed in 2009 and previously received an American Institute of Architects Colorado West Merit award in 2009.
The design team included Ben Allen of IA Sedgwick, general contractor; Monique Spears of Elements, landscape architect; and Peter Loris of Loris and Associates, structural engineer.
• Rowland+Broughton Architecture/Urban Design/Interior Design was recognized Aug. 26 with two awards at the 2016 American Institute of Architects Colorado West Design and Honor Awards Gala at Hotel Colorado in Glenwood Springs.
An Award of Excellence was awarded to the Black Magic residence in Aspen, and Honor Society Handcrafted Eatery in Denver received an honorable mention.
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