Former Ford Home sold at Beaver Creek
BEAVER CREEK — The Stockton Group, a brokerage group and division of Ascent Sotheby’s International Realty, recently closed on the sale of former President Gerald Ford’s former home at Beaver Creek. Located at 65 Elk Track Lane with ski-in, ski-out access, the 11,629-square-foot home sold for $6.65 million.
The sale price represents one of only four other single-family homes valued at more than $5 million that have been sold in 2015 in Beaver Creek.
On and off the market since 2009, The Stockton Group acquired the listing in 2014, following three previous brokerage firms. The timing coincided with The Stockton Group formation in November 2014 and includes four Ascent Sotheby’s International Realty team members: owner and broker Tye Stockton, and broker associates Tom Dunn, Mary Pope and Patrick Barrett. Stockton and Dunn represented the seller and buyer, respectively, for the sale.
About the Home
The main building contains seven bedrooms, a theater room, game room, private massage room, separate caterer’s kitchen and an office. There is also an adjacent pool building with a heated path that includes Ford’s lap pool, exercise room and hot tub and provides ski-in, ski-out access to Beaver Creek’s Strawberry Park ski runs.
The buyer, who prefers to remain anonymous, is locally based.
For more information, please visit http://www.thestocktongroupvail.com or call 970-470-6212.
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