What’s the Big Deal: $9 million for South Seventh Street home in Aspen
“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 million
Date recorded: Oct. 31
Address: 327 S. Seventh St., Aspen
Buyer: 327 Seventh Street LLC
Seller: Reed M H 3 Trust, Wells Fargo Bank Trustee
Property type: Single-family residential
Year built: 1985
Total heated area: 4,516 square feet
Land: 0.69 acre
Property tax bill: $11,986.08
Coldwell Banker Mason Morse Real Estate has added Matthew Tate and Chessie Stokes as broker associates. The team joins Mason Morse from Snowmass Select Properties, where they specialized in luxury real estate brokerage services and property management throughout the Aspen/Snowmass area.
“We are thrilled to have Matthew and Chessie join Coldwell Banker Mason Morse,” said Jonathan Boxer, supervising broker of Coldwell Banker Mason Morse. “Their successful track record and stellar reputation in Snowmass’ luxury real estate market, combined with their extensive experience and passion will further the strength and support of the expertise and services we offer our clients.”
Tate is a 15-year Roaring Fork Valley resident and has been buying and selling real estate for nearly 10 years. Prior to his time with Snowmass Select, Tate worked with Boone & Co. Real Estate. He holds a degree in Finance from Indiana University.
Stokes earned degrees in communications, Portuguese and Spanish from the University of Colorado at Boulder. For the past five years, Stokes has been a property manager with Mighty Mouse Management maintaining high-end residences throughout Snowmass Village.
• An open house is set for 4 to 6 p.m. Nov. 10 for Integrated Mountain Properties in Basalt. The full-service real estate firm is headed by Jules King and Joni Keefe and is located at 207 Basalt Center Circle, Suite 103, next to Taylor Creek Fly Shop.
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An unwelcome but familiar weather pattern in the Aspen-area mountains has created conditions that are once again ripe for avalanches. The early, ample snow in October was followed by dry periods. That resulted in a poor foundation for the snowpack. Steep slopes on north to east aspects pose the greatest threat.