Carrie Wells Sells 302 Park Avenue for $19.9M


1708107341ASPEN, CO USA – Carrie Wells with Coldwell Banker Mason Morse Real Estate recently closed 302 Park Avenue for $19,900,000. Wells represented the seller in the transaction that achieved $3,644.69 per square foot.

“This elegant Provençal design is situated in the heart of Aspen, on a corner lot adjacent to the Hopkins pedestrian bridge with instant access to downtown. The house was recently completely remodeled by Charles Cunniffe Architects and Jan Showers Design,” said Wells.

The 5,460 sq. ft. home has four bedrooms and six bathrooms, with four full baths and two half-baths. The main level is bright and open, with a chef's kitchen, dining room and formal living room that opens onto a terrace with lounge seating and a hot tub facing Aspen Mountain. The primary suite occupies the entire upper level, a private sanctuary with a sitting room, fireplace, spa-like bath and an oversized dressing room closet. There are three generous bedroom suites with accompanying baths that each include dual vanities, rich stone and high-end finishes. The media and billiards lounge downstairs boasts an expansive wet bar with wine storage. The home also includes an elevator, oversized two-car garage and attached mud room with ample built-ins for gear and storage.

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About Carrie Wells  

With over two decades of real estate experience, Wells is currently ranked 1st in sales internationally with Coldwell Banker. She has ranked within the top one percent of real estate sales internationally for Coldwell Banker for the past 28 years and announced as the top real estate professional in Aspen and number 42 nationally by REAL Trends as seen in The Wall Street Journal. Wells realizes her accomplishments come from the community she serves, giving back to organizations such as serving on the Board of Trustees of the Aspen Music Festival & School, the Aspen Community Foundation, the University of Southern California Athletic Board of Counselors and the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business Board of Leaders.