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Aspen Home Sells for $43 Million, Sets ‘09 Record

Sara Lin The Wall Street Journal
Charles Cunniffe Architects. The 10-bedroom mansion in Aspen, Colo., that just sold for $43 million.

Charles Cunniffe Architects. The 10-bedroom mansion in Aspen, Colo., that just sold for $43 million.


Despite the recession, a mansion in Aspen, Colo., has fetched a boom-market price. The 21,400-square-foot home sold this week for $43 million. Brokers say it’s the most expensive home that has sold in the U.S. so far this year.



The 10-bedroom contemporary mountain home on 4.5 acres sits at the base of Aspen’s exclusive Red Mountain. The home of wood, glass and stone, completed in 2006, overlooks downtown Aspen and includes a heated outdoor pool, four-car garage and a guest house.

The seller was a limited liability concern managed by Dallas real estate developer Daryl Snadon, who owns Beltway Development Company and Beltway Commercial Real Estate.


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