Luxury Real Estate Blog and News

The Most Expensive Town in America

May 15, 2012 - Colorado
Defying the national housing slump, Aspen's prices are rising. Why the glitzy ski enclave is outpacing the Hamptons, Beverly Hills and Palm Beach.

Jack Nicholson Lists Aspen Home for $15 Million

March 22, 2012 - Colorado
An Aspen, Colo., home co-owned by actor Jack Nicholson and producer and director Lou Adler has listed for $15 million.

Aspen Estate of 90 Acres Lists for $48.5 Million

February 28, 2011 - Colorado
Jigsaw Ranch, a 90-acre Aspen, Colo., estate, has listed for $48.5 million. The property is owned by George I. Rosenthal and Mark A. Rosenthal.

Mottola Sells His Aspen-Area Ranch

February 02, 2011 - Colorado
Music-industry veteran Tommy Mottola has sold his 324-acre ranch near Aspen, Colo. for nearly $17.8 million, about 35% less than his $27.5 million asking price in June.

Ringo Starr Lists Home Near Aspen

December 20, 2010 - Colorado
Ringo Starr and his wife, Barbara, are asking $4.5 million for their three-bedroom vacation home near Aspen, Colorado. The wood cabin sits on about 16 flat acres in Woody Creek and has frontage on Roaring Fork River.

Music Veteran Mottola Asks $27.5 Million for Ranch

June 25, 2010 - Colorado
Music-industry veteran Tommy Mottola is asking $27.5 million for his 324-acre ranch near Aspen, Colorado. He bought the property for $14.7 million in 2003.

Aspen Mansion, $23.9 Million

May 31, 2010 - Colorado
A 10,700-square-foot home in Aspen's Red Mountain neighborhood has listed for $23.9 million. A group of real-estate investors and developers including Chuck Rowars and Len Edelman own the recently completed house.

Aspen's Woody Creek Ranch Listed for $59 Million

April 08, 2010 - Colorado
The developers of an 813-acre ranch property outside Aspen, Colo., have cut its price by 33% for a new asking price of $59 million—still one of the priciest listings in the area.

10 Best Places for Second Homes

March 15, 2010 - United States
Prices for primary residences in the US, which plunged at least 20% from the peak in 2007, appear to have bottomed. In some of the snappiest locations, scattered bidding wars are breaking out and prices are turning upward.

Aspen, Co.

January 09, 2010 - Colorado
This star-studded retreat remains one of America’s priciest real estate hotspots where the well-heeled cash in on a Gatsby-like vision of the American Dream. Aspen, a mountain town of approximately 6,000, is named after the abundance of aspen trees in the area, and was first founded as a mining camp during the Colorado Silver boom. Over the last century, however, the pristine alpine terrain and quaint village setting have become a popular resort and tourist destination. Visitors flock to Aspen’s award-winning ski slopes, its renowned film festival and cultural diversions, high-end shopping boutiques and myriad of fine-dining restaurants.