Aaroe Estates President Aaron Kirman, one of the world’s top experts in the real estate industry today, has set his sights on Napa Valley. He recently unveiled news on his latest exclusive listing in the quaint village of Saint Helena.
Co-listed with Estates Director Neyshia Go, Kirman represents the baronial vineyard estate listed at $33.15 million. Surrounded by breathtaking panoramic views of the valley, the majestic 40-acre property features a 9,600-square-foot luxury residence with an 80-foot pool, extensive stone gardens, guest house and a 2.25-acre primed and graded home site located on Spring Mountain Road. The property’s award-winning winery includes a current inventory valued at $7.2 million.
“This is an unprecedented opportunity to own and experience the quintessential Napa Valley wine country lifestyle,” says Kirman. “We’re especially proud to represent this exceptional estate.”
Named the 12th top agent in the country by The Wall Street Journal, Kirman boasts more than three billion dollars in residential sales over his career, with three hundred million dollars in sales in 2016 alone.
How did he, who in his youth suffered from a learning disability, overcome obstacles and achieve such unprecedented success?
Kirman comments, “I did not start out on a conventional path towards success. From early childhood, I suffered from visual and speech impairments, as well as a learning disability which deeply impacted my academic performance and overall confidence. I learned that where there’s a will, there’s a way. I worked around my disabilities and ultimately overcame them.”
As a real estate entrepreneur and President of Aaroe Estates, Kirman is known for representing the most expensive residential properties, and famous architectural landmarks worldwide. Some of his properties include: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House, Richard Neutra’s Kaufmann Residence, Frank Gehry’s Schnabel House, Lions Gate by Paul Williams, and the only Oscar Niemeyer in North America. Kirman’s impressive sales history also includes notable homes by architects like Neutra, Koenig, Shindler and Lautner.
Kirman represents over $600 million in exclusive listings, including the Danny Thomas Estate, one of the highest priced properties on the market today at $135 million; 323 North Mapleton, the stunning Holmby Hills estate by architect Gerard Colcord, commissioned by the late screen legend Alan Ladd; the Trails of Beverly Hills, an $85 million property previously owned by Cher and Eddie Murphy; La Villa Contenta in Malibu; the Gucci Estate in Palm Desert; the Dawn Steel Estate in Beverly Hills; and most recently, 2900 Spring Mountain Road in Napa Valley.
Kirman’s philosophy is simple, “Life balance. There is this preconceived notion that we have to sacrifice our personal interests and relationships to be successful, but that’s neither fulfilling nor sustainable. I believe if you live your life to the fullest, successful business will follow. For me, this means taking time to meditate, go for hikes and travel with my family and friends. It’s these experiences and interests that make me a more dynamic person, which is what attracts clients. I am also able to deliver more for others when I make myself a priority.”
He adds, “Find what you are passionate about. Study it. Love it, and build it like it is your baby.”
Kirman’s focus this year will be on further expanding his reach within international markets and forging new partnerships in the luxury real estate market. With the year already off to an impressive start with the Napa property, Kirman is poised to reach new heights to make 2017 his best ever. Cheers!
Visit www.aaronkirman.com for more information.
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