Telluride Properties Sells Town of Telluride Compound for Record-Breaking Sale Of $22 Million
Telluride Properties is proud to announce that Allison Templin has represented the record-breaking sale of the Aspen Street Compound in the Town of Telluride. This one-of-a-kind property closed on November 17th for the impressive price of $22,000,000 – the highest-priced residential single family home sale ever recorded in the Town of Telluride and one of the highest ever in the region.
Offered for the first time, this rare assemblage of six of the best oversized lots in Telluride comprises a main house, guest house, and caretaker’s residence for a total of nine bedrooms and 9,518 square feet. Connected by the ample, beautifully landscaped outdoor spaces, the homes allow ease to gather while enjoying separate spaces. Located on the top of Telluride, this private enclave has the biggest and best views in the valley. You never have to leave the home to enjoy sweeping views from the box canyon in the East to down valley sunsets in the West, yet the convenience of Downtown Telluride is a quick stroll.
The main house is a sprawling four-bedroom home with numerous living spaces, office, media, fitness and wine rooms. No detail was spared and no view compromised from this unassuming, warm, contemporary home. Rare Cumaru cabinetry and woodwork throughout, a steel floor in the kitchen, intricate lighting, mahogany triple pane windows, and a Savant smart home automation system illustrate the thoughtful elements that elevate the home.
Broker, Allison Templin, and her family have a longstanding relationship with the Sellers, who are much more than just homeowners within the Telluride Community. Sellers, The Salem family, established and funded the San Miguel Conservation Foundation (SMCF), with the goal to help educate landowners and the community of the importance and benefits of land conservation and offer alternatives to excessive or inappropriate development. SMCF has preserved more than 10,000 acres in the Telluride region by way of land purchases and conservation easements. Throughout the years, the family has also actively been involved with various nonprofits in Telluride focused on education, the arts, and community diversity. Allison remarks, “This sort of dedication to preservation of open space and community as a whole is a common thread that attracts people like the Salems to Telluride, who moved here in 1987. It was an honor working with this family who thoughtfully developed and created a legacy property in Downtown Telluride for others to enjoy for years to come.”
The Telluride area has seen almost as many homes over $10 Million sell in the last 2 years, then in the 15-year period before that. The recent spur to sales being that buyers are valuing their lifestyle more than ever, and the charm of Telluride, coupled with the warmth of its community, are putting it at the top of their list.
For further details on the sale of this incredible home or to learn about opportunities to own a unique property like this one, contact Telluride Properties Broker, Allison Templin.