August Newsletter 2019

The Vail Valley Lifestyle • August 2019

800 Potato Patch Drive #B, Vail
5 bed • 6 bath • 5,795 SF • $5,350,000
Undeniably the best view of Vail Mountain found in Potato Patch!  This 5-bedroom residence offers a private location at the end of Potato Patch Drive with extensive decks, patios and gardens to enjoy the panorama vistas from Vail Mountain to Beaver Creek Mountain and beyond. Visit for complete details.

235 Legacy Trail, Cordillera Valley Club
5 bed • 7 bath • 6,214 SF • $3,700,000
Gorgeously remodeled mountain contemporary residence located on the 11th fairway of the Tom Fazio Valley Club Golf Course.  With breathtaking views of Lake Creek Valley, Sawatch Mountain Range and Beaver Creek ski slopes, relish in the expanse of the vaulted ceilings with dramatic steel and wooden beams and grey granite stone within this open flow main living level.  Visit for complete details.


Total Sales Volume Year-Over-Year Declines Slightly by 3% for July

The most expensive sale in the Vail Valley for July was a 2,750 square-foot, 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom residence located at 1 Vail Road #5103 in Vail Village which sold for $6,000,000.

To access the Vail Valley market report, please click HERE.
To access the Vail Valley luxury report, please click HERE.

*Data Pulled From Vail Board of Realtors MLS. Luxury market is based on $3,000,000 + sales in Eagle County. 


Additional Vail Valley Events



Sotheby’s International Realty’s Press Coverage on Frank Lloyd Wright

Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty recently contributed to Mansion Global for the article, “Frank Lloyd Wright Homes Take Longer to Sell, But the Right Buyer Will Pay a Premium”. According to the article, there are about 280 homes Wright designed during his lifetime and at any given time about 15-20 homes are currently listed on the market. Eight of Wright’s homes have been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. Each of his projects represent an outstanding work of art and yet it takes a unique buyer to understand the complexities of his architectural masterpieces. To read the full article, please click here.

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