Aspen's Woody Creek Ranch Listed for $59 Million
April 08, 2010 - Colorado
By Juliet Chung from The Wall Street Journal Asia
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.
The property has a 5,750-square-foot home built last year; the great room, with a maroon leather floor, has ceilings of more than 30 feet and mountain views.
There's a restored ranch manager's home and a 10-stall barn. A creek runs through the property, which has several ponds and can be further developed; the sellers anticipate the main home eventually being used as a guest home.
The property is located in Woody Creek, where Hunter S. Thompson lived and where Ringo Starr bought a home.
Sports enthusiasts can hunt, hike and horseback-ride on adjacent public land. Joshua Saslove and Tommy Latousek of Joshua and Co., a Christie's Great Estates affiliate, have the listing.
This article has been republished from Wall Street Journal
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