A mansion at the base of Red Mountain, Aspen, has just sold for $72.5-million, setting a record for a single-family home in the affluent Colorado town, reports the Wall Street Journal.
The house, overlooking downtown Aspen, is a 22,000-square-foot, 11-bedroom compound, including a guesthouse. The previous owner bought the property for $43-million in 2009.
The wood, stone, and glass property, on 4.5-acres, was built in 2006 and comes with a heated outdoor pool and garage.
The buyer is Patrick Dovigi, a retired Canadian professional hockey player turned entrepreneur.
Just last year a property sold for $57.25-million in Vail, CO, also a record for the town.
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