The founder of Noodles & Co. has finally sold his home in Boulder.
Aaron Kennedy, who founded the restaurant chain in 1995, sold his home at 7983 Valmont Road in Boulder for $7.4 million, making it the area’s highest-priced home sale in January.
The property was listed on the market in May 2018 with a $10 million price tag.
Built in 2005, the home has four bedrooms, six bathrooms and a two-car garage. The 15-acre property also features a pool, spa, pool house, walking path and barn.
Diane, Julian and Justin Astley purchased the 6,122-square-foot home from an LLC associated with Kennedy last month, records show.
Tyler Martini of Hyphen Real Estate Group represented the buyers. Liz Benson and John Hoeffler with WK Real Estate represented the seller.
According to ReColorado, rounding out the top five sales for January were:
441 Arapahoe Ave. in Boulder – $3.7 million
Listing agent: Daryl Smith with Re/Max of Boulder
Buyer’s agent: Erik Boye with 8z Real Estate
Details: The five-bedroom, six-bathroom home sold Jan. 2.
15205 W. 32nd Ave. in Golden – $3.275 million
Listing and buyer’s agent: Joe Manzanares with The Devonshire Co.
Details: The 11,000-square-foot home was built in 1988 by Peter Coors, the great-grandson of Adolph Coors. The five-bedroom, six-bathroom home sits on 5.32 acres, with nearly 2 acres of undeveloped land.
1840 E. Cedar Ave. in Wash Park– $3.15 million
Listing agent: Kristen Abell and Abell to Sell Team with Compass
Buyer’s agent: Hoholik Team with MileHiModern
Details: This 5,341-square-foot home sold Jan. 24. The home features five bedrooms and six bathrooms.
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