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What’s the Big Deal? This week’s top real estate transactions and industry buzz

511 Edgewood Lane, Snowmass Village
Pitkin County Assessor’s Office |

Editor’s note: “What’s the Big Deal?” runs Sundays and is based on the most expensive property transaction recorded in Pitkin County each week.

Address: 511 Edgewood Lane, Snowmass Village

Price: $12 million

Buyer: Edgewood Real Estate LLC (Brazil)

Seller: RF Real Estate Holdings LLC (Michigan)

Property type: Single-family home

Year built: 2009

Total heated area: 4,921 square feet

2014 property tax bill: $21,768.92

Buzzworthy: Another eight-figure deal was recorded last week as well, this one fetching $11 million. Dallas-based The Get Good Trust bought the single-family home, located on East Waters Avenue in Aspen, from the Coleman Family Trust. The deal was hatched through an auction produced by New York-based Concierge Auctions with the aid of Aspen broker Steven Shane. Lorrie Winnerman represented the buyer.

• Max Taam, one of the area’s top endurance athletes, has joined Stirling Peak Properties as a broker associate. The firm also added Nichole Campbell as its rental coordinator.

• Through the first 10 days of July, seven property deals have eclipsed the $5 million mark in Pitkin County.

Tabloid talk: The New York Post recently reported super model Elle Macpherson and husband Jeffrey Soffer have put their 14,395-square-foot Aspen mansion up for sale — $35 million, and it’s yours.

• In the market for cheaper celebrity digs? Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas, who are going through a divorce, have listed their Aspen home for $9.9 million through Bowden Properties, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Have a real estate tip? Email rcarroll@aspentimes.com.


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