Business Monday Briefs: Snowmass estate goes to auction; Aspen broker goes global
Snowmass estate goes to auction
A Snowmass estate once owned by the late Patrick Henry Jr. is going on the auction block.
Henry Jr., who moved to Aspen with his parents in 1948, called the valley home until his November 2017 death. He was a well-known fixture in Aspen who taught skiing, worked at The Prospector Lodge and owned The Winter Shop for several years.
He built two homes for his family on a Snowmass ranch; one is Tuscan-inspired and the second is a modern-day Austrian chalet.
Henry Jr.’s estate is part of Leslie Hindman Auctioneers’ Mountain Décor, a timed online auction conducted on Live Auctioneers from Feb. 5-12.
An exhibition will be held in the Denver showroom of Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, open by appointment Feb. 4 to 7 and open to the public Feb. 8 to 9 and Feb. 11, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Catalogs will go online on http://www.liveauctioneers.com on Feb. 5. For more details, call 303-825-1855.
Aspen broker goes global
Coldwell Banker Mason Morse Real Estate recently announced that broker associate Carrie Wells has been selected as a Global Luxury ambassador representing Coldwell Banker worldwide.
Wells will represent the Global Luxury Program as part of a 12-member group of associates, traveling and educating new Global Luxury Property specialists about the program’s platform through a comprehensive certification course.
Ranked within the top 1 percent of real estate sales nationally for the past 21 years and the No. 1 agent in Colorado for Coldwell Banker, Wells was hand-selected as one of six ambassadors to represent the United States in the program.
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