Saudi prince to keep Aspen estate |

Saudi prince to keep Aspen estate

ASPEN, Colo. ” An attorney for Prince Bandar bin Sultan says the former Saudi ambassador to the U.S. has taken his Aspen-area estate off the market.

Bandar had put the 90-acre ranch and 56,000-square-foot mansion up for sale in 2006 for $135 million.

William Jordan III, an Aspen attorney who represents Bandar’s local interests, says Bandar and his family have decided to keep the estate.

Real estate broker Josuah Saslove, who had listed the property, says no one had made an offer that was acceptable to Bandar.

Bandar served as ambassador to the United States from 1983 to 2005. He is now head of Saudi Arabia’s National Security Council.


Information from: Aspen Daily News,

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