A home in Aspen simply set a brand new file.
The property at 135 E. Cooper Ave. bought for $21.95 million late final month, however that’s not the place the record-setting cash resides on this residence nestled within the core of Aspen.
“That is the very best price-per-square-foot sale for a single-family dwelling within the central downtown space of Aspen,” stated Carrie Wells, a dealer with Coldwell Banker Mason Morse Actual Property, who represented the vendor of the J.M. Dixon home.
That value per sq. foot? $3,396.
Wells stated the home’s location — within the space from the bottom of Aspen Mountain to Essential Road — was a key issue within the pricing of this property and why it bought for what it did.
The home has seven bogs and one half-bath in addition to seven bedrooms — 5 in the principle Victorian-style home and two within the visitor home.
What’s distinctive to this home, Wells stated, is that usually the Historic Preservation Committee requires a staircase within the Victorian portion of a home. For the reason that visitor home additionally has a staircase, there was approval to eradicate the 2 separate staircases and join them.
Victorians in Aspen are preserved and, due to this fact, can’t be torn down. The vendor owns properties within the Hamptons “and that’s the place this design affect comes from,” Wells stated.
In early January, the Aspen Metropolis Council determined to present its residents a vote on two ordinances concerning redevelopment on the base of Aspen Mountain’s west aspect, Carolyn Sackariason reported in The Aspen Instances on Jan. 7. On the poll is whether or not or to not transfer Raise 1A, which serves the world the place Apsen holds FIS World Cup ski races, 500 toes nearer to downtown Aspen. Ought to the voters resolve “sure” on the March 5 poll query, then the J.M. Dixon home might be nearer to the carry already one block away.
“The sale of this property illustrates steady demand for Aspen properties that present the quintessential Colorado way of life,” stated Will Herndon, president of Coldwell Banker Mason Morse, in a information launch supplied by Laura Acker, vice chairman of Kreps DeMaria PR & Advertising.