Telluride Sold Gallery
Explore our recently sold homes below.
Explore our recently sold homes below.
A Telluride local reached out to me after an unfortunate experience with another broker; but, the good news was that the condo he wanted to buy had fallen out of contract after he lost it the first time and we circled back again to an ultimately successful closing!
The buyers of this townhouse in Telluride were rather frustrated with the lack of inventory in the market and referred to me by a mutual friend after a few failed offer attempts with another broker. I convinced the couple to consider other options that had been off their radar, such as the property they ultimately bought. Even after a short period of buyer remorse which I helped them work through, they now could not be happier with the townhouse itself and the convenient location.
A longtime family friend had frankly overpaid for this lot many years ago and ultimately decided not to build on it; so, listing it was challenging as at the time, the asking price
was well above market. However, it seemed to me that the lot was being overlooked simply due to the price and no one was considering that it may just be one of the best lots on the street. One of my own clients agreed and met the price by negotiating for some advantageous seller financing. The buyer plans to start construction soon on a gorgeous contemporary chalet inspired by a home he saw in the Alps.
This lovely home located on a cul-de-sac was a first-time homebuyers dream! This home has a stunning backyard perfect for hosting family and friend events, 3 bedrooms, and a renovated basement and kitchen.
This Adirondack-style lodge in Mountain Village with great ski access was a challenge as the style had fallen out of favor; instead of slashing the price, the seller agreed with my persistence and sometimes almost daily open houses to show people the value as the home could never be reproduced at the asking price, even factoring in a lot of additional funds for an update.
I sold the former owners of this Ski Ranches home a larger residence in Mountain Village after they had been looking for exactly what they wanted over several years. We made a few slight changes to furnishings, some touchups to paint on the exterior trim and the home showed very well and ended up having multiple interested buyers.
A local family wanted to take some equity off the table and decided to move to Ridgway; this home was a challenging listing as we were asking a higher price per foot than ever had been attained in the Hillside neighborhood. In the end, the buyer wanted single family instead of condo, and this was really the best value under $2 million in the entire region at the time.
Another property I have sold more than once, this time it had gone through a full gut remodel and looked amazing; however, the remodel was expensive and a job change was the only reason the former owner was forced to sell. At the time, I was able to achieve the highest price per foot ever in the Terraces complex for this particular condo floorpan.This lovely home located on a cul-de-sac was a first-time homebuyers dream! This home has a stunning backyard perfect for hosting family and friend events, 3 bedrooms, and a renovated basement and kitchen.
I've now sold this same home three times in my career! More recently, I sold it to a repeat client who purchased it as a temporary place-holder while she looked for what she really wanted. The location is key as well as the views; walk to skiing and the Mountain Village Core. When I listed it less than a year later, the seller made a tidy profit and the buyer was thrilled to be able to find anything under $3 million due to the lack of inventory in our market.
The sellers built this contemporary home in a stunning ranch subdivision located about 50 minutes from Telluride; it was one of the finest homes ever brought to market in this location. The challenge was that most buyers want to be much closer to town and the ski area and many brokers tend to overlook properties that are out this far because they are inherently more difficult to sell. A colleague to mine mentioned a returning client of his who had left the market and moved to the east coast, but found it far too busy and wanted somewhere much quieter with big views and privacy; and this turned out to be the perfect fit.
The family that bought this home had missed out on 226 Country Club Drive and contacted me to ask if I could think of anyone that would be willing to sell a home in Mountain Village under $3 million. The seller was a longtime client of mine and I knew they were thinking about transitioning into a condo as their children were now out of the house, but they didn't love the idea of putting the home on the market as they had some work going on inside and out that was not yet completed. It worked out perfectly; the new owners could not be more thrilled with the home I found for them.
A longtime investment property with great views and location came to me to represent when the owner passed away. I knew I had a chance to attain a record-setting price for the complex, especially given the unique corner location of this particular condo. After a big social media splash, multiple bidders drove the price up over asking and the sellers were beyond thrilled with the result.
As this is of the two hotel sites in Mountain Village, this was an exciting deal to bring a buyer to. We are now designing a 200,000sf, 5-star hotel with excellent restaurant, retail, and social spaces and concepts as well as 22 penthouse residences.
I represented the buyer, who is a repeat client, for the purchase of this mesa home on 35 acres with huge views and great privacy. We worked through some deferred maintenance issues and were even able to negotiate a better price despite the tight market. The buyer could not be more thrilled and loves spending time with her parents, children and friends a the home, which she has since completely remodeled.
An over 3 acre estate lot at the end of Highlands Way was once the location of a 23,000 square foot home that unfortunately suffered a major fire and was torn down. Some buyers seemed intimidated by the size of the previous home, so the co-listing agent and I came of with some renderings of various sized homes on the property which all looked great. The buyer is ultimately building a home with just over 5,000 sf.
This larger lot with great ski access proved a challenge to sell due to the large evergreens on it that blocked the views. Drone photography was the key, and the buyers are now working on the design for their new home.