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RESIDE LUXURY HOMES AND LIFESTYLES ACROSS THE MOUNTAIN REGION AND AROUND THE WORLD / 2014 / VOLUME ONE
ULTIMATE SKI HOMES Enthusiasts reach new heights with quality and sophistication PLUS MODERN VINTAGE EXTRAORDINARY HOMES FROM DISTINCT LOCATIONS
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CONTENTS 2014 / VOLUME ONE
4 INDUSTRY KNOWLEDGE
ULTIMATE SKI HOMES Enthusiasts reach new heights with quality and sophistication TOP LEFT: Telluride, Colorado • $13,950,000 USD • Property ID: 4190605
A MONUMENT TO ART The grounds of one of Britain’s greatest country houses, Chatsworth, play host to an annual exhibition of monumental sculpture
10 THE EXCHANGE
We explore the ultimate luxury adventures, onyx sculptured sinks and designer jewelry
12 MODERN VINTAGE
Remaking Historic Homes For a New Era
12 GALLERY OF PROPERTIES
16 THE GALLERY
The finest worldwide property from the Sotheby’s International Realty® network’s inventory
18 COLORADO 32 MONTANA 34 NEVADA 34 TENNESSEE 34 UTAH 35 WYOMING 36 NEW ZEALAND
TOP RIGHT: Savannah, Georgia • $2,900,000 USD • Property ID: 4369833
15 NEW ORLEANS: REVITALIZED AND VIBRANT
This distinct city has managed to restore and reinvent itself as a city of the 21st Century
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Buyers realize the lifestyle is enhanced exponentially with an extraordinary ski home. D ER EK D U N C A N
any extreme sports draw participants to far-flung destinations. But unlike sailing, cycling, surfing or distance running, skiing has the unique power not just to move bodies but to move entire economies Transcending mere sport, skiing is the reason many communities and resorts throughout the Rocky Mountain region exist as they currently do. Since its boom in the 1960’s and ‘70’s, skiing has come to largely define the lifestyle and general character of this breathtaking region. For buyers and enthusiasts, the desire to own a premier property with access to legendary ski runs as well as the bounty of activities and culture associated with them has created one of the most robust real estate ecosystems in the West. “The ski component is what drives the Western mountain resort market,” says Thomas Wright, President of Summit Sotheby’s International Realty in Park City. “Skiing is what attracts people to these destinations, but then they buy for the lifestyle.” Buyers realize the lifestyle is enhanced exponentially with an extraordinary ski home. In the last two years Wright and other regional brokers have seen record numbers of sales of homes in higher price points, with many new buyers coming from the energy sector in southern states like Texas. “Those sales are an indication that the ultra-wealthy have decided to take up more of a full-time presence rather than just treat these properties as investments,” he notes.
As with any major investment, location, views and privacy remain paramount. Tye Stockton, Founder of Ascent Sotheby’s International Realty in Vail, notices a similar trend. “Buyers are really using these homes more than they have in the past,” he says. “People are paying a lot of attention to what’s in the home because it’s not just speculative.” As with any major investment, location, views and privacy remain paramount. Bill Fandel, Vice President/ Managing Broker of Telluride Real Estate Sotheby’s International Realty in Telluride, says there’s another consideration elemental to the most sought after ski estates: seamless, on-grade slopeside access. “Not down the street, through the woods or on a bus,” he says, “but having the ability to ski right out your back door and onto the run is elemental to a great home.” One-of-a-kind amenities can also take a home from great to world class. Stockton says that, “Since owners are using these properties, they’re thinking about them as they would their primary residence.” Fandel has seen some extravagant examples, including indoor shooting ranges, a $5 million home theater, swimming pools covered by mechanical dance floors and a 12,000-square foot indoor aquatic center. More practical features, however, can include large ski prep rooms with ample equipment storage and indulgences like boot warmers; separate guest quarters; smart technologies including integrated cloud-based control over audio, heating/cooling and security systems; spacious kitchens; and open communal areas, both indoors and outdoors, for entertaining. Added touches like heated outdoor plunge pools directly offslope will only enhance a home’s prestige. Entry prices for ski estates in these markets typically range from $7 to $10 million and can reach $30 million and more. According to Craig Morris, Co-Owner of Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International
Realty in Aspen, however, a shift in priorities has occurred among buyers. “In the last few years we’ve seen a trend toward slightly smaller homes,” he says. “So instead of 12,000 to 15,000-square foot homes there’s a demand for 6,000 to 8,000-square feet. Downsizing has become a popular word.” Or as Tye Stockton says, owners are trading size for smarts and quantity for quality, gravitating “toward smaller, smarter, simpler to use homes.” Bill Fandel agrees size is less paramount. Instead, “The ultimate ski homes are uncompromisingly custom. The quality of materials, the sophistication of finishes and just the absolute attention to detail has been taken to a level that competes with anything in any market found anywhere in the world. Nothing is too exotic or too sophisticated.” The ceiling for ultimate ski homes may be unlimited, but Craig Morris believes the best reason buyers are gravitating toward them in such numbers is much more grounded. Yes they connect owners to a particular lifestyle in famous mountain destinations, but they also strengthen connections to friends and family and to successive generations. “These homes are really designed to provide that type of warm, encompassing, family atmosphere,” Morris says. “When people reach a certain level of wealth, I think they’re looking for a place where the family will gather. And when you’re trying to bring them all together, it’s tough to beat locations like these that everyone wants to visit.” Opposite page: Telluride | Sotheby’s International Realty Telluride, CO $13,950,000 USD • Property ID: 4190605 • Bill Fandel +1 970.369.7700 This page: Top right: Aspen Snowmass | Sotheby’s International Realty Aspen, CO $8,500,000 USD • Property ID: 20560812 • Carol Dopkin +1 970.618.0187 Bottom left: Ascent | Sotheby’s International Realty Vail, CO $13,900,000 USD • Property ID: 4296433 • Tye Stockton +1 970.471.2557
a monument to
The grounds of one of Britain’s greatest country houses, Chatsworth, the seat of the Dukes of Devonshire, play host to an annual exhibition of monumental sculpture organised by Sotheby’s.
IS HUGE SCOPE FOR CREATING A DIALOGUE BETWEEN HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE AND GARDENS WITH GREAT CONTEMPORARY SCULPTURE .” -ALEXANDER PLATON MALCOLM COSSONS
enowned as one of the treasure houses of Great Britain, Chatsworth sits in a secluded valley in the rolling countryside of Derbyshire. Owned by the Dukes of Devonshire for over 500 years, successive generations have gradually restyled the house into the graceful and elegant Italianate building that can still be visited. Successive Dukes, not least the 6th, were also art connoisseurs and collectors, assembling a collection of books, paintings, drawings, sculpture and other works of art to rival any museum. The 6th Duke also com pletely remodelled the gardens in the early 19th century to create the graceful lawns, trees and parkland that can be seen today. Ever y September since 20 06 the grounds of Chatsworth have played host to a selling exhibition of monumental sculptures by leading modern and contemporary artists, bringing a taste of the avant-garde to the manicured gardens. Entitled Beyond Limits the show has been the province of Sotheby’s Alexander Platon since its inception, as he recounts the origins of the show: “We had held a couple of similar exhibitions in the United States at Isleworth Golf and Country Club in Florida. We felt that it was such a great format and there was nothing similar in Europe.” The choice of Chatsworth made perfect sense: “Chatsworth is the ideal location in many ways. Obviously the house and landscape are fabulous, but there is huge scope for creating a dialogue between historic architecture and gardens and great contemporary sculpture. It felt like a continuation of the tradition of collecting and patronage at Chatsworth. So in 2006, we did the first show and it was a huge success and the rest is history.” Over the years, works by artists from Damien Hirst, Marc Quinn and Manolo Valdés to Salvador Dalí and Aristide Maillol have featured in the exhibition. This year sees examples by Fernando Botero, Marc Quinn, Thomas Heatherwick, Tony Cragg, Mario Merz—the list goes on, but diversity is the key to the success of this show. Platon explores this idea further:
Opposite page: Tony Cragg, Declination This page: Top left: Marc Quinn, Spiral of the Galaxy Below: Fernando Botero, Standing Woman All Images Courtesy of Sotheby’s
“Showcasing examples at Chatsworth allows us to keep abreast of what is going on in the world of monumental sculpture, and we try to keep as diverse as possible, showing artists from around the world.” This year also sees a departure with a concurrent exhibition inside Chatsworth entitled Modern Makers. This is a carefully curated show revealing the work of contemporary decorative and applied artists, as Platon explains: “It will be interesting for a visitor to Chatsworth to see how the incredible permanent collections in the house are complimented by the temporary exhibitions Sotheby’s is holding in both the house and garden.” Assembling these mammoth sculptures in one location is also a massive achievement, which starts with imagining where they might sit best in the gardens. “As far as I am concerned, it is great fun”, says Platon. “I approach it from a non-practical perspective. I think about where a sculpture might look at its best as it is crucial to create a dialogue between a piece and the surroundings. Then practical issues come in—we have to make sure we can move the piece to where I envisage it would look good. Sometimes it does not work and I have to look for a new position.”
For those who might come to Chatsworth seeking to acquire a piece of sculpture at Beyond Limits, Platon explains seeing the work outside makes a huge difference.
For those who might come to Chatsworth seeking to acquire a piece of sculpture at Beyond Limits, Platon explains seeing the work outside makes a huge difference: “One thing that the exhibition allows to do is to envisage monumental sculptures in the outdoors. Seeing a piece in the elements gives a different perspective and by seeing their scale and being able to interact with the sculptures, buyers can envisage how pieces might appear in their own spaces.” Platon does offer a final thought for prospective purchasers: “As with all artworks people should buy what they like. If there is a sculpture that appeals to them, that is the first step. In that sense the size is irrelevant, but with monumental sculpture, there is the added complexity that once it is sited, it is more or less permanent, so it is crucial to find the appropriate piece for the appropriate space.” Beyond Limits, which takes place every year in the early Fall, is a fascinating chance to encounter works of art in exceptional and unusual surroundings. The exhibition affords visitors, be they collectors or otherwise, the opportunity to experience the vision of world-renowned artists in the setting for which they were created: the great outdoors.
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What’s New in the World of Travel, Style, Art & Design, Wine and Leisure RELAXATION For those used to the lap of luxury comes the Kocoon Loveseat from French designer Daniel Pouzet. Ideal for intimate lounging by the pool or on the deck of a yacht, the canopied lounge is sexy, sophisticated and ultra comfortable. $9,600 sifasusa.com
SPIRITS A limited edition of 22-year-old Macallan single malt scotch whiskey has aficionados buzzing. It is the distillery’s first-ever whiskey to be aged in American Sherry Oak and comes paired with a sophisticated high tech flask that was five years in development with Oakley, the sunglasses company. This is one flask too stylish to be hidden in a jacket pocket. The run is limited to just 400. $1,500 themacallan.com
ART Sometimes a frame is as prized as the art it holds. The Lowy Frame and Restoring Company has an inventory of more than 5,000 antique frames--the world’s largest. Clients include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Sotheby’s and private art collectors. An example? A late 19th century gold-gilded grille-panel frame designed by famed architect Stanford White. $100,000 lowyonline.com
TRAVEL On the east coast of Sicily, set amid lush lemon orchards, the luxury villa of Don Arcangelo all’Olmo dates back 400 years when it was part of a wineproducing estate. Today, the 12-room residence, available through the villa rental firm of Think Sicily, is one of the finest homes available for holidaying on the island. A heated pool overlooks the sea and Mount Etna, Europe’s highest volcano. The villa comes with a private chef, waiters and maid service. $31,320-$50,890 weekly thinksicily.com
EPICUREAN The five-star lebua hotel in Bangkok, Thailand, may be one of the city’s most luxurious properties, but it is the Oak Dessert special at its al fresco restaurant, Sirocco, that deserves bucket-list consideration. The dessert from Executive Pastry Chef Gilles Delaloy is the world’s most expensive: a three-course culinary indulgence, each course paired with a specialty wine or cognac. $825 lebua.com
JEWELRY The Contour 18K gold and diamond bracelet from the collection of Diana Vincent is emblematic of her designs: modern, fluid and elegant. Vincent established herself as a top American jewelry designer. Her pieces have been spotted on the red carpet and exhibited globally in museums. $28,000 dianavincent.com RECREATION The new Alva+ electric bike is designed by a German engineering team to be put through its paces. The e-bike features both pedal-assist and throttle power on demand. It’s a ride of style and comfort, reviving up to a maximum speed of 24 mph. $3,399 wearea2b.com
HAUTE DESIGN The Veneto pedestal sink by Stone Forest is inspired by classic Italian design. The barrel-shaped vessel is carved from a single block of onyx giving it a sculptural form. The vessel can be lit from within to enhance its luminosity. Because of the natural variations of color and veining from block to block, each vessel has a bespoke quality. $6,890 stoneforest.com
Remaking Historic Homes for a New Era
ver the last 24 years, Michael Rankin has purchased 15 homes—and torn every one apart. As managing partner of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty in Washington DC, real estate is not only his business, it’s his passion, particularly historic homes he has renovated for the 21st century. A historic residence is a work of fine craftsmanship and high design with an intangible element no newly constructed home can match—a sense of permanence. Imagine the bloodlines that have coursed through a centuries-old French chateau or Tuscan farmhouse. But what passed for creature comforts generations earlier falls short today. Vintage estates were built for a dramatically different way of life, Rankin says. Kitchens were in the basements. The third floor was reserved for staff. First-floor powder rooms were nonexistent. Luxury homeowners demand residences designed for the way they live and entertain today, and they’ve found inventive ways to bridge the eras by reinterpreting the architecture of yesteryear.
HISTORY IN THE RE-MAKING A home that was well designed from the start can always be modified or adapted without exorcising the original vision. Today’s updates are cosmetic, aesthetic, functional and structural. State-of-the-art kitchens and spa bathrooms are a given but renovations extend beyond to incorporate quality-of-life amenities throughout the house. Homeowners want gyms, home theaters, outdoor entertaining spaces and smart home technology, and they’re not willing to give up on the historic homes they love in order to get them. Still, buying a home that requires major renovations is not a decision to be made lightly. Benton Wheeler, a physician in Memphis, Tenn., had second thoughts about purchasing a historic 8,000-square-foot mansion called Beverly Hall because of the work required to bring it up to contemporary standards. It is one of the city’s fi nest. Now. But it took fi ve years of renovations before the Colonial Revival reached that point.
A historic residence is a work of fine craftsmanship and high design with an intangible element no newly constructed home can match...
Wheeler hired the Memphis firm of Architecture, Incorporated to undo and redo “100 years of additions that people made with no coordination,” he says. Coats of paint—decades worth—were stripped from the woodwork. Floors were replaced. New electrical, plumbing and HVAC were installed. “To redo it right takes a lot of time and no one really sees that. All people see is the finished product,” Wheeler says. Beyond infrastructure issues, Wheeler made Beverly Hall eminently more
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livable. Closets were enlarged and modernized, a first-floor pantry was turned into a full bathroom and a servant’s area (identifiable for the pine floors rather than the mahogany floors in the owner’s quarters) became part of a master suite with a pair of walk-in closets and master bath. “There’s something really special about living here that makes all the work worthwhile,” Wheeler says. The older the home, the greater the challenges. In France, for instance, 70% of luxury homes are historic, dating back not just decades but centuries. Some still have Roman foundations. “From a practical standpoint, one should never underestimate the challenges of restoring a historic home,” says Alexander Kraft, chairman of Sotheby’s International Realty France-Monaco. Walls can consist of six-foot thick solid stone, and 40-bedroom castles may have only a couple of antiquated bathrooms. On the upside, residences classified as “Historic Monuments” in France qualify for tax breaks and subsidies, so that maintenance and ongoing renovations are paid, at least in part, by the state. Kraft has seen castles in which bedrooms have been into converted into luxurious bathrooms with their own fireplaces. Other historic properties feature elevators concealed behind antique doors and indoor pools located in former vaulted wine cellars. Such homes are more than the sum of their parts, Kraft says. “An authentic historic home will always have a different atmosphere than a new one, even if many brand new houses try to emulate historic properties. The real deal will always feel different.” BRIDGING ER A S A successful renovation feels cohesive. Celia Dunn of Sotheby’s International Realty in Savannah, Ga., says restoring a historic property requires an architect who has great eye and creative imagination to envision how to adapt a home for today’s families. Buyers prefer homes that have already been renovated, if done well. continued > SOTHEBYSREALTY.COM
MODERN VINTAGE cont. DESIGNING THE UNEXPECTED Janet Bloomberg is a partner at Kube Architecture in Washington DC, a firm that specializes in historic renovations. “We thrive on contrasts,” she says. Rather than mimic the old, Kube brings today’s finishes, technologies and cutting-edge concepts to yesterday’s gems. A recent project involved installing glass panels on each floor of a rowhouse in Foggy Bottom, a Washington neighborhood of 18 th and 19 th century homes. The idea was to channel natural light from the roof skylight through the center of each floor. The home is referred to as the “See Through House,” and the effect is an unexpected modernist experience. Research is an important element of the renovation process in order to determine what is original to the home. Bloomberg says a homeowner’s desire to preserve an architectural feature, which may be old but of no historical value, can impede a successful re-design. “ When there are redeeming elements, however, we like to highlight them. We like people to see them in a new way such as an old fireplace in house that’s been opened up so you see They are willing to pay a premium, if they are receiving quality. But since those residences are it in the context of a larger space.” Owners of historic homes often see scarce, Dunn says buyers often explore the other end of the spectrum: “virgin properties that themselves as having a special responsibility have never been cut up or damaged along the way.” The benefit of undertaking a renovation is to be stewards, preserving them for the next winding up with a home that’s tailor-made. The one-of-a-kind nature of historic homes and the back stories that go along with them generation. How that’s done “is not a matadd to their appeal. Dunn cited the example of a waterfront residence that once served as the ter of right or wrong,” says broker Michael Ships of the Sea Museum. About a decade ago, the structure, built circa 1892, underwent a gut Rankin, “but about honoring and respecting renovation and was converted into an exquisite three-story town home overlooking the Savan- what the architect has created.” nah River. The architectural showpiece is a custom glass spiral staircase that extends from the lower bedroom level to the roof terrace. Another historic transformation occurred when the famed Barbizon Hotel for Women in A SMARTER WAY TO SEARCH Finding a historic property is easier Manhattan was converted into luxury condominiums in 2006 and renamed Barbizon/63. The than ever. Sotheby’s International brick and sandstone hotel, built in 1927, is legendary for its former residents such as Grace Kelly, Realty offers buyers an online Joan Crawford and Liza Minnelli. Danielle J. Englebardt, of Sotheby’s International Realty in search tool that delivers more New York, says that buyers are attracted to Barbizon 63 because it combines the craftsmantargeted results. The Sotheby’s ship of a landmark structure with the “bells and whistles of a brand new building.” Owners enjoy International Realty brand invites spacious units with zoned temperature controls, Italian Valcucine kitchens and deep marble luxury clients to explore not just where but how they want to live soaking tubs. Building amenities include a screening room, library, catering kitchen and fitness with its lifestyle search functionality center. Prices range from about $1 million to $15.9 million for a 5,000-square-foot penthouse. that includes relevant content by The contrast—the juxtaposition between the age of grace and the age of technology—is the company’s top real estate spewhat gives these “modern vintage” showplaces their coveted stature. cialists. The company’s worldwide
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T R AV E L S P OT L I G H T
revitalized and vibrant DEREK DUNCAN
ew Orleans is a swirl of old world, multi-world charm, a distinctly American city incorporating far-flung cultures from France to the Caribbean that somehow channels the 18 th , 19 th and 20 th centuries all at once. As New Orleans has had to rebuild and restore itself in the last eight years, it’s also managed to reinvent itself as a city of the 21st century, too.
enlivened market but also because of shrinking inventories and a lack of available land for new development.
This blend of old and new, progressive thinking and traditional purity, and According to Dorian Bennett, Owner of Dorian Bennett Sotheby’s International the tireless pursuit of endeavor and leiRealty in the Marigny District, billions of dollars are being invested throughout the city, sure keeps the Big Easy one of America’s most noticeably in the form of new medical facilities. “We’ve got all kinds of development easiest places to live and love. going on,” he says. “You can see these huge hospital projects in full swing in the Mid City area, and it’s just an amazing sight.” Funded by a variety of sources including federal and local governments, universities and private companies, such influxes of capital are helping to attract new businesses and stimulate economies on the neighborhood level. “That’s another thing you notice over the last five years—how many new restaurants and hotels have popped up,” Bennett says. It may be hard to imagine the cuisine here getting much better, but it is, he says, as younger generations of chefs and restaurateurs are inventing ways to showcase anew the region’s already legendary culinary pantry.
While some of New Orleans’ revitalization is hard to miss, others are less conspicuous. “The fun thing about New Orleans is that there are always changes and modifications, but you won’t spot them,” Bennett says. New construction must fit within the city’s historic architectural framework, and since Katrina, building requirements have become both more protective and more forward-looking. Because of this, favorite areas like the French Quarter and the Garden and Warehouse Districts remain timeless and vibrant, epicenters of nightlife and culture. They’re also, along with up and coming districts like the Marigny, the “New” Bywater and the renaissance stretch of upper Felicity Street, among the most desirable places to live, especially for those searching for an authentic New Orleans property. “Many buyers come in and want to experience the historic architecture, and the beauty is you can take a magnificent 200-year-old home and fit it with state-of-the-art kitchens and bathrooms and other amenities so it functions like a five-year-old home,” Bennett says. In the past year, prices and sales have risen considerably in these districts, he says, due partly to an
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THE MOTHER OF ALL PENTHOUSES ASPEN, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
Exclusivity. It’s one of the things that makes Aspen stand out from the rest, and in Aspen the Mother Lode stands out as uniquely singular. A rare combination of attributes that are unmatched by any other residential offering, the Mother Lode is nothing if not exclusive. Enjoy downtown Aspen “penthouse living.” Now available for those with a discriminating palette.
Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty Craig Morris +1 970 925 6060 firstname.lastname@example.org AspenSnowmassSIR.com $21,500,000 Furnished | Property/Web ID: 4454570
MAROON CREEK LUXURY ASPEN, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
A new and luxurious interior design make this home simply gorgeous. The stylish interior and a wealth of amenities featuring ski-in access from Tiehack at Buttermilk Mountain and a location adjacent to the Maroon Creek golf course, make this home one not to be missed. Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty Craig Morris +1 970 925 6060 | email@example.com AspenSnowmassSIR.com $8,999,000 Furnished | Property/Web ID: 21120146
CLASSIC EUROPEAN STYLE ASPEN, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
Nestled on a tree covered hillside, this classic style home represents an exceptional mountain lifestyle. Extensive landscaping of verdant gardens, old growth trees and stone walkways, with warm and inviting living spaces, make a wonderful environment for entertaining or relaxing. Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty Craig Morris +1 970 925 6060 | firstname.lastname@example.org AspenSnowmassSIR.com $6,450,000 | Property/Web ID: 20798278 18
UNMATCHED ON RED MOUNTAIN Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty Craig Morris +1 970 925 6060 email@example.com AspenSnowmassSIR.com $16,000,000 Furnished | Property/Web ID: 21144516
ASPEN, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
The best of Red Mountain resides in this exceptional home above Hunter Creek. Offering close up views of downtown Aspen and Aspen Mountain from large windows and inviting outdoor spaces, no detail has been overlooked. In addition to its private and serene location, over 9,000 sq. ft. of warm and comfortable living areas create a sublime atmosphere.
WEISWOOD AT CASTLE CREEK ASPEN, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
Just four miles from Aspen – so near, yet a world away. With 12 acres of manicured grounds and flower beds surrounded by forests of aspen trees and fields of native grasses, Weiswood beckons you to one of the most opulent and romantic settings in the Roaring Fork Valley. Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty Craig Morris +1 970 925 6060 | firstname.lastname@example.org AspenSnowmassSIR.com $8,995,000 Furnished | Property/Web ID: 4371328
MOUNTAIN CONTEMPORARY ASPEN, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
Close to downtown Aspen, this distinctive home features views of Pyramid Peak, Aspen Highlands and beyond. The remarkable open floor plan of 9,290 sq. ft., unique finishes and exceptional surrounding spaces are perfect for entertaining or redefining a corporate retreat. Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty Craig Morris +1 970 925 6060 | email@example.com AspenSnowmassSIR.com $10,750,000 Furnished | Property/Web ID: 2057009 SOTHEBYSREALTY.COM
MASTERFULLY EXECUTED BEAVER CREEK, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
Beaver Creek’s best new construction ski-in/ski-out home. Superbly designed and masterfully executed, providing incredible indoor and outdoor living. Amazing flowing floor plan that embraces the beautiful private setting. Everyone will recognize the convenience of the ski access and the idyllic summertime setting will leave you breathless.
Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty Mick Kelly +1 970 376 5617 firstname.lastname@example.org FullerSothebysRealty.com $11,250,000 U.S. | Property/Web ID: 20866829
INDIAN CREEK FARM BERTHOUD, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
Situated on 71 acres of private ranchland, this Tuscan inspired equestrian estate is rich with architectural design and superior workmanship. 7016 finished square feet plus caretakers apartment, barn and indoor arena. Income producing farm. Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty Ron McCrimmon +1 970 214 2763 | email@example.com Jane Brennan +1 303 807 0135 | firstname.lastname@example.org FullerSothebysRealty.com $2,850,000 U.S. | Property/Web ID: 21054414
WHITE HAWK RANCH BOULDER, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
On 1.3 acres in White Hawk Ranch, one of Boulder County’s most prestigious communities, this home offers views of the Indian Peak mountain range and borders open space. $200,000 of professional landscaping designed for maximum privacy, serenity, and entertaining. Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty Linda Scaglia +1 303 859 4698 | email@example.com FullerSothebysRealty.com $3,000,000 U.S. | Property/Web ID: 20957775 20
COLORADO EXTRAORDINARY VIEWS BOULDER, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
A home is so rarely designed, executed and finished with the kind of attention to detail and passion as this magnificent estate only minutes from downtown Boulder. Bright spaces with extraordinary views and energy conscious high-tech systems. The ultimate in serenity. Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty Anne Dresser Kocur +1 303 229 6464 | firstname.lastname@example.org James Simpson +1 323 819 6632 | email@example.com FullerSothebysRealty.com $6,950,000 U.S. | Property/Web ID: 21103515
MAGNIFICENCE DEFINED CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
Undeniably one of the best residences in Denver. Sitting on 2.5 pristine and very private acres, this home has been completely remodeled with only the finest designer finishes and meticulous attention to detail. This property defines magnificence. No other compares. Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty Jeff Hendley +1 303 877 6767 | firstname.lastname@example.org FullerSothebysRealty.com $6,950,000 U.S. | Property/Web ID: 20828275
ARCHITECTURAL ELEGANCE CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
Masterfully constructed in 2008, this beautiful stone home sits behind wrought iron gates on over 2 private acres in Cherry Hills Village. This extraordinary estate offers over 14,000 finished sq. ft. with 6 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a 6-car garage, pool and spa. Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty Linda, Tre & Josh Behr +1 303 917 4467 | email@example.com FullerSothebysRealty.com $6,400,000 U.S. | Property/Web ID: 20866312
A PASSION FOR LIVING WELL DENVER, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
This architectural masterpiece was created using classic materials and quality craftsmanship intended to last for generations. Luxury living with six bedroom suites and over 7400 finished square feet. Private grounds. Truly an iconic Denver address. Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty Joanne Ernstsen +1 303 888 1985 | firstname.lastname@example.org Jane Brennan +1 303 807 0135 | email@example.com FullerSothebysRealty.com $3,200,000 U.S. | Property/Web ID: 21054414 SOTHEBYSREALTY.COM
47 PINNACLE VIEW DRIVE
Legacy Properties West Sotheby’s International Realty Tom Morse +1 970 769 8989 firstname.lastname@example.org Cathy Craig +1 970 749 3986 email@example.com LegacyPropertiesWestSIR.com
DURANGO, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
The crown jewel of the Durango resort area, this exquisite 7,852 sq. ft., 5-bedroom, 6.5-bath custom log home sits on 11+ private acres in the exclusive Two Dogs community. On a private trout filled lake, the home features 3 levels with lovely views of the Needles Mountains and the Hermosa Cliffs. This is the quintessential Colorado retreat site with easy access to Durango.
$3,995,000 | Property/Web ID: 21137092
185 IRONGATE WAY DURANGO, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
This light-filled 5,600 sq. ft., 3-bedroom, 4-bath custom log home sits on 10+ acres. The architecture and design were masterfully created by the owners/builders/designers, accentuating the exterior and interior use of log construction. Natural stone and detailed accents. Legacy Properties West Sotheby’s International Realty Tom Morse +1 970 769 8989 firstname.lastname@example.org LegacyPropertiesWestSIR.com $1,950,000 | Property/Web ID: 21311794
RANCHO ESCALANTE DURANGO (MANCOS), COLORADO | UNITED STATES
This Colorado 603-acre ranch includes an elegant 6,508 sq. ft. home with open floor plan, staff quarters, and a caretaker’s cabin. The ranch facilities feature a horse barn, indoor riding arena, outdoor corrals with loafing sheds, outbuildings, and a separate garage with art studio above. Legacy Properties West Sotheby’s International Realty Zachary Morse +1 970 391 2600 email@example.com LegacyPropertiesWestSIR.com $5,695,000 | Property/Web ID: 20924189 22
RANCHO MILAGRO Legacy Properties West Sotheby’s International Realty Tom Morse +1 970 769 8989 firstname.lastname@example.org LegacyPropertiesWestSIR.com $5,695,000 | Property/Web ID: 21023003
DURANGO, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
This exclusive and luxurious private 273-acre equestrian estate has a custom adobe 3,887 sq. ft., 4-bedroom, 4-bath home, as well as a state-of-the-art 135’ x 230’ heated indoor riding arena with 4 lovely apartments, central viewing and entertainment area with full bar, kitchen and 3 large offices and an attached stable with kitchenette, tack room, medical room, and eight 12’ x 12’ stalls.
WEISS RANCH DURANGO (MANCOS), COLORADO | UNITED STATES
Beautiful contemporary home on 81 acres (55 irrigated). Designed to maximize land use and gorgeous views, the main residence has been meticulously built using all the finest materials and finishes, with low maintenance in mind and the ability to leave as a second home. Legacy Properties West Sotheby’s International Realty Zachary Morse +1 970 391 2600 email@example.com LegacyPropertiesWestSIR.com $1,795,000 | Property/Web ID: 21098078
MOUNTAIN FLOWER ESTATE DURANGO, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
Perched on a forest bench looking across the north Animas River Valley, this exquisite 35-acre property has the quintessential Colorado mountain home with 6,378 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. The surrounding environment resplendent with natural features. Legacy Properties West Sotheby’s International Realty Tom Morse +1 970 769 8989 firstname.lastname@example.org LegacyPropertiesWestSIR.com $3,850,000 | Property/Web ID: 20195161 SOTHEBYSREALTY.COM
COLORADO TAHOSA RIDGE ESTES PARK, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
One of the most significant private homes in Northern Colorado, Tahosa Ridge is truly a one-of-a-kind property. Custom-built in 2000, this home is perfectly situated on 60 acres to offer commanding views of Long’s Peak. It borders Rocky Mountain National Park on two sides. Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty Linda Scaglia +1 303 859 4698 | email@example.com FullerSothebysRealty.com $3,995,750 U.S. | Property/Web ID: 20772861
DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY GRAND JUNCTION, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
Rare and unique opportunity on 35+ acres. Grand Junction is the commercial and transportation hub connecting the Continental Divide and the Western U.S. The C-1 zoning permits extensive possibilities from residential, commercial, industrial, recreational, and mixed use. Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty Steve & Jared Blank +1 303 893 3200 | firstname.lastname@example.org Nels Cary +1 970 729 1404 | email@example.com FullerSothebysRealty.com $7,500,000
THE GOLF CLUB AT RAVENNA LITTLETON, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
A piece of art, this Spanish Cortijo was constructed with the architecture of Andalucía in mind and offers lush courtyards, fold-away windows framing red-rock formations, historical fireback decor from the 1600’s and modern conveniences. 4 bedrooms, 7 baths, 8,421 sq. ft. Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty Dale Schossow +1 303 919 7176 | firstname.lastname@example.org April Stahl +1 303 250 7974 | email@example.com FullerSothebysRealty.com $4,299,000 U.S. | Property/Web ID: 21042322
HORSES, HORSES, HORSES LITTLETON, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
45,000 sq. ft. indoor arena, 65,000 sq. ft. outdoor arena, 26-stall barn, hay storage and equipment barns, fenced and crossfenced corrals to handle 60+ horses, 3 wells and 3 homes – 8000 sq. ft., 5 bedrooms, 8 baths also a 3-bedroom, 2-bath home and a caretaker’s home. Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty Don Wood +1 303 929 9805 | firstname.lastname@example.org FullerSothebysRealty.com $8,900,000 U.S. | Property/Web ID: 20931409 24
54 BEAVER DAM ROAD VAIL, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
Only the finest materials were selected for this 4,057 square foot, four-bedroom, four-bath home, from the exterior juxtaposition of copper, regional stone, glass and clear cedar forms, to the interior ceilings of Douglas Fir, “Telluride Gold” stone-clad fireplaces, European Ash flooring, rich Cherry-wood walls and custom cabinetry. Impressive are the finely crafted details, such as the in-floor lighting beneath the stone entryway, backlit green onyx in the main-level powder bath, and “book-matched” lava granite kitchen counter backsplash. A private elevator conveniently operates between the lower two-car garage and main living level, while a sumptuous outdoor living space overlooks Gore Creek, provides direct Gore Range views and offers a full outdoor kitchen, plunge pool, and fire pit. Ascent Sotheby’s International Realty Tye Stockton +1 970 471 2557 | email@example.com 54BeaverDamRoad.com $13,900,000 | Property/Web ID: 4296433 SOTHEBYSREALTY.COM
1675 ASPEN RIDGE ROAD VAIL, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
This one-of-a-kind Buffehr Creek residence has 180-degree views of the Gore Range and Vail ski mountain. Its spacious floor plan includes 5 bedrooms, 7 baths, 6,486 square feet, a 3-car garage and a caretaker’s/guest apartment. Main-level master bedroom, state-of-the-art electronics, 3 fireplaces, air conditioning, wine cellar and a large living area that leads to a 1,400 sq. ft. patio with hot tub.
Ascent Sotheby’s International Realty Tye Stockton +1 970 471 2557 | firstname.lastname@example.org AscentSIR.com $4,500,000 | Property/Web ID: 4464936
VAIL SPA, #326 VAIL, COLORADO | UNITED STATES Ascent Sotheby’s International Realty Tye Stockton +1 970 471 2557 | email@example.com VailSpa326.com $2,150,000 | Property/Web ID: 917147 26
This beautifully remodeled and furnished 3-bedroom, 3-bath floor plan has ski slope views and is a short walk to the gondola in Lionshead. On-site amenities include indoor/outdoor pools, hot tubs, fitness facility, tennis courts, sauna, steam baths, locker rooms, ski storage and underground parking.
332 MILL CREEK CIRCLE VAIL, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
Exclusively located at the base of Vail’s new Gondola One ski lift and offering incredible ski-in/ski-out access, is Vail Village’s most historic home. Built in 1963 by Vail’s original town architect, Fitzhugh Scott, this 5-bedroom, 5-bath home was completely remodeled in 2012 and includes an elegant blend of modern-day luxury with historic Vail charm. Original details, such as the beautiful interior brick archways remain in the residence, and mirror a familiar architectural feature that can still be found in some of Vail’s landmark establishments. With direct mountain views, a shared indoor pool, fitness room, abundant outdoor living space set along Mill Creek, and all the amenities of Vail Village just steps away, this is a rare opportunity to own one Vail’s most coveted properties. Ascent Sotheby’s International Realty Tye Stockton +1 970 471 2557 | firstname.lastname@example.org 332MillCreekCircle.com $20,000,000 | Property/Web ID: 20594758 SOTHEBYSREALTY.COM
RIVERHOUSE, #3 VAIL, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
Located in the coveted Bishop Park neighborhood within the Vail Village, is this tastefully remodeled and furnished two-bedroom residence. Enjoy south-facing views towards Vail Mountain from every room, a large front patio, and the sounds of Gore Creek from an additional, spacious, side deck. Gracious main living area with patio and deck access.
Ascent Sothebyâ€™s International Realty Kyle Denton +1 970 393 2154 | email@example.com Karen Gilbert +1 970 331 1482 | firstname.lastname@example.org Riverhouse3.com $3,300,000 | Property/Web ID: 20952195 28
1003 LAKE CREEK VAIL (EDWARDS), COLORADO | UNITED STATES Ascent Sotheby’s International Realty Tye Stockton +1 970 471 2557 | email@example.com LakeCreekRanchVail.com $9,495,000 | Property/Web ID: 4359870
Situated in the quiet Lake Creek neighborhood, just minutes from the world-renowned ski slopes of Vail and Beaver Creek, is this spectacular 37-acre estate. Zoned for horses, this property also enjoys 1,050 feet of creek frontage and unobstructed and breathtaking views of the Sawatch Mountain range. 8 bedrooms, plus multiple indoor and outdoor living areas.
SQUAW CREEK ESTATE VAIL (EDWARDS), COLORADO | UNITED STATES
Atop a majestic ridge spanning the Lake Creek and Squaw Creek valleys, this 5-bedroom, 8-bath, mountain estate offers unmatched features. Solar and geothermal systems provide half the energy for this 10,561 sq. ft. estate that contains an open-sided glass-ceiling elevator that travels 3 stories to a professional telescope observatory and indoor tropical greenhouse.
Ascent Sotheby’s International Realty Matthew Blake +1 970 390 2692 | firstname.lastname@example.org AscentSIR.com $9,000,000 | Property/Web ID: 21019640 SOTHEBYSREALTY.COM
THE CREEKHOUSE VAIL, COLORADO | UNITED STATES
The Creekhouse, aptly named for its private Gore Creek access, is an incredible estate property located in a beautiful alpine setting in East Vail. Impeccably designed by Miramonti Architects, this 8,392-square-foot estate offers 7 bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms, a 10-seat theater room, formal dining room, wine cellar, bunkroom, recreation room, gym, library, guest wing and staff quarters.
Ascent Sothebyâ€™s International Realty Sara Divya +1 970 390 8807 | email@example.com AscentSIR.com $7,776,000 | Property/Web ID: 21257039 30
585 TAYLOR STREET VAIL (MINTURN), COLORADO | UNITED STATES Ascent Sotheby’s International Realty Tye Stockton +1 970 471 2557 | firstname.lastname@example.org GameCreekVailRealEstate.com $4,400,000 | Property/Web ID: 4443549
This magnificent estate sits on 10 acres in Minturn, just minutes to the resorts of Vail and Beaver Creek. Surrounded by thousands of acres of Forest Service land and located at the base of the Minturn Mile ski trail, this residence includes the finest finishes and a magnificent outdoor living space.
HUMMINGBIRD, #C103 VAIL (BACHELOR GULCH), COLORADO | UNITED STATES
Enjoy easy ski access along the Roughlock ski slope, with spectacular Gore Range views from the open living room and dining room of this furnished 3-bedroom residence. The amenity-rich Owners Club House provides a fire pit, pool table, hot tubs, ski-lockers and fitness center. Ascent Sotheby’s International Realty Brad Cohn +1 970 688 1409 | email@example.com AscentSIR.com $1,899,000 | Property/Web ID: 4429988
SADDLERIDGE, #1 & #2 VAIL (BEAVER CREEK), COLORADO | UNITED STATES
Completely remodeled 5,100 sq. ft., ski-in/ski-out residence offers internationally influenced mountain interiors infused with art and antiques from around the world, incredible views, 4 master bedroom suites, office/bedroom, 2 living areas, and a grand dining room. Ascent Sotheby’s International Realty Karen Gilbert +1 970 331 1482 | firstname.lastname@example.org Crystal “CJ” Jay +1 970 376 6010 | email@example.com AscentSIR.com $5,350,000 | Property/Web ID: 21012732 SOTHEBYSREALTY.COM
PRIVATE MONTANA PARADISE BIG SKY, MONTANA | UNITED STATES
This is the quintessential log home on 20 acres in Montana nestled in the trees with magnificent mountain views and wildlife all around. The home combines log, natural stone, tile and richly painted walls for that rustic mountain elegance.
Big Sky Sotheby’s International Realty Lisa Knorr +1 406 580 8488 firstname.lastname@example.org BigSkySothebysRealty.com $1,795,000 | Property/Web ID: 20711004
34 SUMMIT VIEW DRIVE Big Sky Sotheby’s International Realty Laura T. Sacchi +1 406 570 9651 email@example.com BigSkySothebysRealty.com $2,475,000 Furnished | Property/Web ID: 4449011 32
BIG SKY, MONTANA | UNITED STATES
Gorgeous 6,191 sq. ft., 5-bedroom, 4.5-bath home in a gated community minutes from ski lifts, golf, shopping, dining, spas. Panoramic views of Lone Mountain. Chef’s kitchen, theatre room, wine room, hot tub, steam shower.
SUN WEST RANCH ESTATE Big Sky Sotheby’s International Realty Laura T. Sacchi +1 406 570 9651 firstname.lastname@example.org BigSkySothebysRealty.com $3,200,000 Furnished | Property/Web ID: 4388345
CAMERON, MONTANA | UNITED STATES
Exquisite, new 6,749 sq. ft. home with 4 bedrooms and 5.5 baths, family/theatre room, stone wineroom, 6 fireplaces. In the Sun West Ranch, a shared ranching community with 3 miles private fishing access on the Madison River, equestrian facility. Spectacular views.
42 COTTONWOOD LANE ENNIS, MONTANA | UNITED STATES
Resplendent 5,000 sq. ft., 5 bedroom, 5.5 bath home, wine room, guest residence, art studio, gym, horse pasture, 3 ponds, 2 streams. Amazing views and wildlife. Borders 2,000 acre Channels Ranch.
Big Sky Sotheby’s International Realty Laura T. Sacchi +1 406 570 9651 email@example.com BigSkySothebysRealty.com $3,350,000 | Property/Web ID: 4453397 SOTHEBYSREALTY.COM
NEVADA / TENNESSEE / UTAH LAKE TAHOE’S FINEST GLENBROOK, NEVADA | UNITED STATES
Glenbrook, where every weekend is a family reunion. A place of rare beauty, with tennis courts, championship nine-hole golf course, private pier, biking, hiking, and cross country skiing. Exquisite building sites, elegant custom homes and townhomes, and New England cottages. Sierra Sotheby’s International Realty Jean Merkelbach +1 775 588 0609 | firstname.lastname@example.org SierraSothebysRealty.com From $495,000 to $15,000,000
RIVERCANE BEND GREENVILLE, TENNESSEE | UNITED STATES
Rare 40-acre retreat on the Nolichucky River with the pastoral views of the Smoky Mountains. Extensive infrastructure of river rock wall and miles of fencing. Additional acreage available. Tennessee has no state income tax. Alliance Sotheby’s International Realty Jenny Snodgrass +1 865 256 2726 | email@example.com AllianceSothebysRealty.com $1,500,000 | Property/Web ID: 7PG6VH
BELLA VISTA AT SILVER STRIKE DEER VALLEY, UTAH | UNITED STATES
Magnificent ski in/out 4-bedroom penthouse that covers the width of the building with breathtaking mountain views, luxurious great room, spacious media room, guest wing, fireplaces, decks, elegant circular foyer and a full array of lodge amenities. Summit Sotheby’s International Realty Maire Rosol +1 435 901 2247 | firstname.lastname@example.org Patti Wells +1 435 901 4300 | email@example.com SummitSothebysRealty.com $3,700,000 | Property/Web ID: 21390788
PARK CITY ‘13 SHOWCASE HOME PARK CITY, UTAH | UNITED STATES
Contemporary elegance in the gated community of the Woods of Parley’s Lane, this home is among just 44 home sites spread over 192 acres. High-end details abound in this four bedroom, 5,225 square foot home on a .89 acre lot. Summit Sotheby’s International Realty Marny Schlopy +1 435 640 5660 | firstname.lastname@example.org David Lawson +1 435 901 0904 | email@example.com SummitSothebysRealty.com $2,290,000 | Property/Web ID: 20439105 34
UTAH / WYOMING
2702 ESTATES DRIVE PARK CITY, UTAH | UNITED STATES Summit Sotheby’s International Realty Sam Cubis +1 435 729 0389 | firstname.lastname@example.org SummitSothebysRealty.com
An entertainer’s dream literally minutes from 3 of the USA’s top 10 ski resorts. Gourmet kitchen, wine cellar, large open living area, 5 bedrooms, 5 baths, large covered deck. This could be your perfect full time residence or vacation home.
$1,328,000 | Property/Web ID: 21346956
LUXURY & QUALITY JACKSON, WYOMING | UNITED STATES
Teton views from this beautiful spacious home on 3.97 acres in Fairway Estates. 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, library, office, 1000-bottle wine room, eat-in kitchen, pantry, guest wing plus guest apartment, 3-car heated garage plus additional 3-stall garage. Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty Ed Liebzeit +1 307 739 8010 | email@example.com jhsir.com $3,750,000 | Property/Web ID: 20431860
QUALITY & LOCATION JACKSON, WYOMING | UNITED STATES
Top quality 4-bedroom, 4.5-bath, 3,765 sq. ft. home in prestigious John Dodge. Beautiful 1-level living with open plan, spacious master suite. Great kitchen, separate media room, hickory hardwood floors, gracious patio with views on a lovely 3-acre lot. Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty Ed Liebzeit +1 307 739 8010 | firstname.lastname@example.org jhsir.com $3,750,000 | Property/Web ID: 20630524 SOTHEBYSREALTY.COM
VUE DE LA MER AKAROA, CHRISTCHURCH | NEW ZEALAND
This striking, French/Mediterranean-style 388 sq. m. home in Akaroa has outstanding 270-degree views of the harbour, mountains and township below. This light-filled 3-bedroom home offers unique extras such as a heated covered terrace and in-deck swimming pool enclosed with a retractable roof system, a spa pool and deck area, and a Swedish sauna.
New Zealand Sothebyâ€™s International Realty Brian Langley +64 27 276 5995 | email@example.com NZSothebysRealty.com/BSC10289 Price Upon Request | Property/Web ID: 4000036380 36
All Seasons, Endless Playgrounds. Promontory − Park city
HOMESITES STARTING AT $195,000 / CABINS STARTING AT $1.5 MILLION Experience Park City’s finest private luxury mountain playground all year-round ... Promontory. Enjoy ski-in/ski-out access in the Member Alpine Lodge in Upper Deer Valley. Tee up on either of our two award-winning signature golf courses by Jack Nicklaus and Pete Dye, stay in shape at the Ranch Clubhouse with Spa, Pool, Fitness and Tennis Center, visit the Outfitter’s Cabin for hiking, biking or fishing, have fun in The Shed Clubhouse, with bowling, art studio, basketball arena and movie theater, check out the “Kid’s Only” Cabin and our world-class Equestrian Center. Promontory is a year round private club that your family will never out-grow.
TO LEARN MORE ABOUT PROMONTORY CALL OR GO ON-LINE. 435-333-CLUB • 888-370-CLUB | PROMONTORYCLUB.COM A PIVOTAL GROUP COMMUNITY Obtain the property report, required by federal or state law, and read it before signing anything. No federal or state agency has judged the merits or value, if any, of this property. Plans subject to change without notice. © 2013 Promontory Development, LLC. Each Sotheby’s office is Independently Owned and Operated.
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