The home, which has been named “Vision House,” was completed in early 2010 and has had no occupants. It was originally listed for sale at $13.98 million. In the auction, no minimum bid is required, said Laura Brady, vice president of marketing for New York-based Concierge Auctions, which is helping to market the property.“The process is similar to an auction of fine art,” Brady said. “All bidders will be pre-qualified. The auction will likely take 15 or 20 minutes.”
ASPEN REAL ESTATE — A McLain Flats-area luxury home with state-of-the-art environmental features will be offered up in a live auction on Jan. 28. High-end properties are always available for the right price in the Aspen area. What makes this potential sale unique, according to the parties involved in the transaction, is that the house is the first local residential structure certified as “gold” through the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) process, an internationally recognized green building certification system.
By Andre Salvail, Jan. 2,2011 Aspen Times
01/02/11 Aspen Times: “Vision House Aspen” in the McLain Flats area is said to be the first residential structure in the Aspen area to earn a “gold” rating through the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification system. Bidders can vie for the house and property on which it sits through an on-site auction on Jan. 28.