Owner of building supply company lists Aspen mansion for $41M
Listing is more than double what she paid for
465 Thunderbowl Lane (Aspen/Greenwood MLS)
Even in a cooling market nationwide, Aspen is still hot.
To wit: a luxe manse in the ski-resort town has been listed for $41 million, more than twice the $18 million owner Maggie Hardy purchased it for four years ago, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The 9,700-square-foot home at 465 Thunderbowl Lane sits on three-quarters of an acre and has five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a spa and home theater, and a wine room (currently being used as a candy room), the outlet reported.
The grounds include a fire pit, outdoor kitchen and hot tub.
Kendall Taylor and Riley Warwick of Douglas Elliman have the listing.
Hardy, who owns building-supplies retailer 84 Lumber Co., is working on refurbishing a Pennsylvania resort founded by her father.
Aspen is a favorite spot for buyers looking for trophy homes.
In December, entrepreneur Patrick Dovigi sold an Aspen home for $55 million, $10.5 million more than he paid for it.
Dovigi, a retired Canadian professional hockey player who founded Green For Life Environmental, bought the six-bedroom home with a pool and spa and views of the slopes for $44.5 million in December 2021.
Last September, William Wrigley Jr., the heir to the Wrigley Gum fortune, sold his Aspen estate for $30 million.
The 7,500-square-foot mansion was purchased by a trust tied to the Richter family. Wrigley is the great-grandson and namesake of William Wrigley Jr., who founded the chewing gum empire in 1891. The contemporary Wrigley Jr. is the former CEO of Wrigley Company, which Mars bought for $23 billion in 2008.
— Ted Glanzer