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Real Estate Agent gets Hollywood star to help promote the property for sale



In an effort to offload her sprawling Aspen estate, Melanie Griffith has reduced the asking price by one million dollars.

The 58-year-old actress originally listed the property, which has been on the market since June, for $9.9 million but is now asking for $8.9 million.




Griffith has also helped to market the property and is seen in a new promotional video by realtors Bowden Properties showcasing the stunning mountain getaway.





Agreeing to appear in the marketing video is an unusual move for a celebrity and has already garnered plenty of interest, hopefully aiding to sell the house which is described as a steal at $1,000 per square foot.

Realtor Bob Bowden said 'Melanie was so interested and in love with this property that she was happy to go ahead and lend her name to it and entrust that name to us just so that people could understand what a special place this is.' 

TMZ revealed that the Working Girl star no longer wants the hassle of maintaining the estate located on Hurricane Road and would prefer to stay in hotels when she takes skiing trips to the region in the future. 

Melanie and her ex-husband Antonio Banderas bought the five bed, 5.5 bath main house on 2.2 acres in 2002 for $3.5 million. 


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