That turned out to be more than enough to make up for anything the Lays might have lost in 2003, when they sold two other Aspen houses that had apparently been used as guest quarters. One of them went for $5.5 million (the Lays paid $6.1 million), the other for $4.5 million (they paid $4.8 million). The lot, for which they paid $1.6 million, sold for $2.1 million.
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