What’s the Big Deal: $11.25 million gets Castle Creek home outside of Aspen
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: $11.25 million
Date recorded: Oct. 16, 2017
Address: 1030 N. Hayden Road
Subdivision: Castle Creek Valley Ranch
Buyer: Hayden TWB LLC
Seller: 1030 North Hayden LLC
Property type: Single-family residential
Year built: 1998
Total heated area: 10,761 square feet
Features: 6 beds, 8 baths, swimming pool
Property tax bill: $29,666
• Coldwell Banker Mason Morse Real Estate has added Bob Bowden and his staff of seven brokers to the firm. Mason Morse’s new additions include Laci Dinan, Bruce Johnson, Jeffrey King, Justin Fisher, Jay Miller, Lindsay Forster and Kari Redman.
“Widely regarded as a trailblazer in the real estate and development industry throughout Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley, Bob is one of the most talented and experienced professionals in the area,” said Will Herndon, president of Coldwell Banker Mason Morse. “We are honored to welcome Bob and his team to our firm as we further the strength of the services we offer our clients.”
Bowden has more than 30 years of experience in the real estate industry, founding Bob Bowden Properties in 1984.
“Coldwell Banker Mason Morse is a brand synonymous with excellence, and I am thrilled to join such an incredible group of professionals. The firm’s energy, national platform and superior technology and marketing capabilities were especially appealing, and I look forward to providing my clients superior service with all their real estate needs,” Bowden said. “My team and I are honored to be a part of Coldwell Banker Mason Morse’s continued trajectory and growth.”
• Another member of the city of Aspen’s Community Development Department has joined the private sector. Aspen planning and design firm BendonAdams, whose name partners Chris Bendon and Sara Adams left the city to hang up their own shingle at the beginning of the year, have added Reilly Thimons to their team.
Thimons joins the firm after working as a planner for the city where she managed community engagement and assisted with the rewrite of Aspen’s land-use code. She holds a master’s of urban planning from the University of Melbourne and started her career in international development and community planning in Melbourne, Australia; Phnom Penh, Cambodia; and Mannar, Sri Lanka.
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