What’s the Big Deal: ‘Full House’ couple unloads Aspen house
Editor’s note: The original version of this story contained an error, which has been corrected in the current version.
Address: 629 W. Smuggler St.
Price: $7.6 million
Buyer: 629 W. Smuggler LLC
Seller: Mossimo Giannulli
Property type: Single-family residential
Year built: 2007
Total heated area: 4,756 square feet
Features: Five beds, four full baths, 11/2 baths, one-car garage
2014 property tax bill: $14,189.28
Worth noting: The seller is a fashion entrepreneur who is married to actress Lori Loughlin of “Full House” fame. Last month, the couple threw down nearly $14 million for a house in Bel-Air, the Los Angeles Times reported. The buyer of the Aspen house, 629 W. Smuggler LLC, incorporated in the state of Colorado on March 30 and is linked to Birmingham, Michigan. The West End Victorian home was completely restored in 2007, earning the project an outstanding design merit by the Aspen Historic Preservation Committee in 2008.
• Land Title Guarantee Co. reported Friday that Garfield County saw $52.6 million worth of transactions in June, up 2.61 percent over June 2014. For the first six months of the year, Garfield County has rung up $212,35 million in property deals. That’s 2.51 percent better than January through June of last year.
• RealtyTrac.com is reporting that 11 properties in Aspen’s 81611 zip code are in the process of foreclosure. For June, there were no foreclosure actions in that zip code, the same as June 2014, RealtyTrac.com reported. Statewide, foreclosure actions are down 3 percent for the first six months of the year compared with the same period in 2014.
• There’s a new Aspen real estate firm in town. Palladium Properties opened an office at 620 E. Hyman Ave. The company was founded earlier this year by Krista Klees and Sarah Smith-Korpela, the owner and manager of Luxury Estate Managers of Aspen. Klees is managing partner of the firm’s real estate division.
• Related Colorado spokesman Steve Alldredge’s last day on the job was Friday. Alldredge worked 10 years for the developer of Base Village in Snowmass.
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