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$6.6 million Boulder home on 34 acres tops area home sales in September

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Jack Newman Bell prepared his home for the market before he died last September.

Bell, an architect at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, has owned a 3,827-square-foot home on 34 acres at 3631 Eldorado Springs Drive in Boulder for half a century, according to Boulder listing agent Paul Dart. I was.

“Jack had a great life and eventually died of old age,” Dart said. “He put everything in order before the sale. His hope was to find someone to continue his legacy here.”

Bell, who died at the age of 92, appointed his longtime friend Ken Sheldon, who owned Sheldon Builders in Boulder, as his personal agent for the sale prior to his death. On September 9, the home was sold to Arcadia Property LLC for his $6.6 million, according to real estate records.

“You wouldn’t expect a small old stone house to be worth $6.6 million, but what’s worth it is the value of the land,” Dart said.

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