An Aspen property was sold Tuesday for $72.5 million, a price that topped past real estate sales in Pitkin County.
The buyer, Patrick Dovigi, is a former Canadian hockey player and founder of the waste management company, Green For Life Environmental.
Built in 2006 and remodeled in 2011, the home’s interior is about 21,476 square feet, according to real estate company Douglas Elliman’s website. The home sits on over four acres of land with 11 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms and four half-baths.
The single-family home had been sold previously in 2009 for $43 million and was designed by Charles Cunnife Architects. Described as “clean and contemporary,” by the designers, this home’s assessed value was placed at $64,899,300.
Other houses in the area are listed anywhere from $14 million to as high as $40 million.
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