Steamboat Springs The sale of a $1.87 million condominium at One Steamboat Place on Friday put the finishing touches on the real estate month of June 2012. And if anything, this was a month when Realtors didn’t have to worry about carrying an umbrella in the car for their clients.
Steve Asbury, of Steamboat Village Brokers, represented the buyers of the One Steamboat Place closing.
The Steamboat Village Brokers tandem of Darlinda Baldinger and Chloe Lawrence landed another big sale as the listing agents on a $2 million home sale at Lake Catamount. The four-bedroom home on Lakeshore Trail is among those built on re-platted cabin lots on the west side of the lake, close to the clubhouse.
The first sale at Blackhawk Townhomes in quite some time was a three-bedroom unit that closed at $638,627.
The week that just ended also saw the sale of two condominiums at Trailhead Lodge, one for $436,000 and another for $650,000, lending additional credence to the theory espoused by some Realtors that the auction at Trailhead in May would serve to establish a real-world price for the luxury condos just removed from the base of the ski area. Another Trailhead unit sold June 20 for $387,450.
A 3,272-square-foot home on a treed lot on Meadowbrook Circle in Mountainview Estates sold for $1.225 million on June 12, and there are a couple of ways to view that transaction. The home had sold for $1.475 million in 2007, meaning the sellers had to sacrifice. But it also sold for $374 per square foot.
Another notable sale involved one of the nicest-looking homes in Silverview Estates that sold for $520,000. The same house sold for $525,000 in 2005. At $229 per square foot, the 2,270-square-foot house almost certainly sold for less than replacement cost when the value of the one-third-acre lot is factored in.
Going all the way back to June 1, a ski-in/ski-out townhome in the Antlers at Christie Base sold for $1.45 million, and the Olympian in downtown Steamboat picked up a $750,000 sale.
The price range between $350,00 and $450,000 represented something of a sweet spot last month — 21 homes sold in that bracket.
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