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A Never-Been-Lived-In Aspen Home Sells for $48 Million

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In Aspen, Colorado, real estate records show that a modern home that took more than a decade to build but never lived sold for $ 48 million.

According to records, the seller Connie DuckworthFormer partner of

Goldman Sachs,

Her husband, Thomas Duckworth, a former money manager.

The identity of the purchaser could not be identified. Duckworth did not respond to requests for comment.

According to Realtor.com, Duckworth first went public in August 2020, demanding $ 47 million. (((

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The owner of The Wall Street Journal also operates Realtor.com under license from the National Association of Real Estate Agents. Recently, it was listed for $ 53 million.

According to the listing material, the concrete and stone house has never lived. In the 1980s, Duckworth purchased about 2.5 acres of land in Starwood, a gated community of singer-songwriters. John Denver once lived, The record is displayed. According to court documents relating to a legal dispute with the Starwood Homeowners Association, they began building the house in 2007 and the exterior was completed around 2017. The proceedings, centered on HOA fines related to long-term construction, were settled and dismissed in 2020.

According to the list material, the size of the house is about 19,000 square feet. There are 9 bedrooms including 2 offices and a primary suite with a terrace leading to a pool and hot tub. On the lower floors of the house are the Rec Room and the Caretaker’s Room.

The aspen market is booming.


Kelsey Bruner / Aspen Times / Associated Press

Coldwell Banker’s Maureen Stapleton Mason Morse had the list. Patrick “PJ” Bory of Christie’s International Real Estate Aspen Snowmass represented the buyer. Stapleton and Borry declined to comment.

According to the 2018 book Women’s Leadership Journeys, Duckworth was Goldman’s first female sales and trading partner. Cheryl J. Tan When Lisa de Frank Call.. Mr. Duckworth retired when his wife became co-head of the bank. Chicago office.. Records show that Duckworth also has homes in Florida and Illinois. According to Zillow, their home in Lake Forest, Illinois is currently on the market for $ 12.5 million.

Aspen’s luxury real estate market is boomingAlthough limited inventory constrains sales. Average single-family home prices exceeded $ 15 million in the first quarter, up 61% year-over-year, according to data from Christie’s International Realty.

Earlier this month, a real estate near Aspen, which was used as a villa for Senator Dianne Feinstein and her late husband Richard Bloom, $ 29.9 million..A house with specs of about 9,500 square feet in Aspen was recently sold $ 37.6 million..

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