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Aspen's historic West End offers convenience and room to stretch!

This weekaEU(tm)s blog continues a multi-part series on towns and neighborhoods of the Roaring Fork Valley. This week, our blog team takes a closer look at the Aspen West End neighborhood.

Looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of town? There are plenty of options for that in Aspen. The historic West End offers convenience, quality, and most importantly, room to stretch! Here's a closer look:

WEST END: Elegant and historic. Tree-lined streets, Victorians and upscale modern dwellings. A quiet sanctuary of an old established neighborhood. Considered the aEUoechoiceaEU neighborhood by many because it is quiet and walking distance to several of Aspen's cultural and intellectual hubs: the Benedict Music Tent and underground concert venue, Harris Concert Hall, The Aspen Institute, as well as the 25-acre Hallam Lake nature preserve at ACES (Aspen Center for Environmental Studies) and the Rio Grande Trail, yet minutes from the post office, hardware store, grocery store, coffee shop, as well as the downtown core of high-end retail shops, restaurants and nightlife. If you need space, check out the Waltz Home, located near the Aspen S-curve, or the Harder House, which is surrounded by spruce trees. This 3-bedroom, 5-bath home sleeps 8 people and has an amazing downstairs den/media room with a wet bar. Great for entertaining after an evening out at the Music Tent! Frias also offers a number of private residences available through our broker team. Our homes at 6th & Hallam and 407 N. 3rd are great West End locations!A Also ask about North Street and Hallam House lodging! Check back next week, when our blog team takes a closer look Red Mountain!