A mansion overlooking downtown Aspen has sold for $72.5 million, setting a new price record for a single-family home in the famed Colorado ski town according to The Wall Street Journal.
The new owner of the roughly 22,000-square-foot, 11-bedroom compound was represented by Douglas Elliman’s Riley Warwick. The seller was represented by Elliman’s Joshua Saslove. Tal and Oren Alexander, also of Douglas Elliman, referred the buyer to Warwick.
The deal follows the sale last year of a $57.25 million home in nearby Vail, Colo., which also set a record for that area.
Designed by Charles Cunniffe Architects and built by Hansen Construction, the home is comprised of a main house and guest house totaling 11 bedrooms, 17 bathrooms, set atop a 4.5-acre lot with sweeping views.