AspenNew lift, two new lodges, ski museum at heart of Lift One proposal
A Joshua & Co listing was featured on VH1's Fabulous Life last night.
The $43.8 million Tuscan estate 16,000 square feet has seven bedrooms and seven full bathrooms, and outdoor patio, a summer kitchen, fire pit, spa and a 15-foot waterfall. It is located in West Buttermilk and boasts views of the Owl Creek Valley.
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The 42nd president of the United States, Bill Clinton is scheduled to kick off the annual Forstmann Conference in Aspen this weekend. Several other politicians and CEO's of major corporations will also be in attendance at round table discussions and social events, mostly held at Aspen's Maroon Creek Club. Despite the high profile guests in attendance, including General Petraeus, very few people are aware the event is occurring this weekend.
Fall is in the air. The music school students have left until next summer and the Labor Day Jazz Aspen Snowmass concerts finished yesterday. This is one of my favorite times in Aspen. The mornings are crisp and the afternoons warm. The anticipation of skiing is on everyone's minds, although summer in Aspen is never easy to leave behind. As I drove to the office today, I noticed several trees are starting to change color along Cemetery Lane in west Aspen and soon our mountains will be covered with a bright array of fall colors.
The Jazz Aspen Snowmass Labor Day festival is right around the corner, and tickets are still available to many of the shows. This concert series is a highlight to the summer activities in the Roaring Fork Valley and attracts concert goers from near and far. For more information on Jazz Aspen Snowmass, including a schedule of performers, please visit their website at http://www.jazzaspen.org/
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HGTV host Lisa LaPorta offers the following advise on staging for people who are selling their home:
1. Get the right mind-set. Once you list your home, detach yourself. It's not about you anymore. Treat the house as a commodity. Make changes that will broaden its appeal.
2. Start at the curb. Look at what people see when they pull up. Trim hedges, prune trees, mow the lawn and plant flowers. If the mailbox is tired and address numbers are falling off, replace them. Walk around the house; get all debris off the property.
An article in this weeks Aspen Daily News Mountain Business Journal, highlights the number of large working ranches for sale in the Woody Creek area, a small community about 15 minutes down valley from Aspen. Nearly 4,000 acres are listed for sale in what the article describes as the "quirky community." Woody Creek has become a favorite for buyers who seek expansive acreage with the opportunity to have a working ranch.
To take the virtual tour of this incredible Wildcat Ranch property, use the following link: http://www.garyfeldman.com/mls/details/105530.
Our summer catalog is now available for online viewing. To access the book, hold your mouse over the "properties" tab in the menu above and click on the buyer's guide link.
For further information the properties listed in the catalog, or for general information on real estate in the Aspen and Snowmass area, please contact me.