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SOLD! Listed for $2.95 Million, Chile’s Spectacular Fundo Los Leones Sells

Located at the northern tip of the Aysén region in Southern Chile, 1,700-acre Fundo Los Leones enjoys six miles of private protected shoreline on the spectacular Pitipalena Fjord as well as five miles of the Palena River as it flows

Located at the northern tip of the Aysén region in Southern Chile, 1,700-acre Fundo Los Leones enjoys six miles of private protected shoreline on the spectacular Pitipalena Fjord as well as five miles of the Palena River as it flows to the Pacific. According to listing broker Ken Mirr of Denver-based Mirr Ranch Group, the Aysén region features unparalleled biodiversity on all levels. It is home to three species of whale, twelve species of dolphin, as well as otter, sea lion, bird, sea urchins, mussels, and sea anemones. Flora and fauna are equally breathtaking. Listed for $2.95 million, the pristine sea farm was previously owned by North Face cofounder Doug Tompkins and his widow, Kristine, who helped Yvon Chouinard build Patagonia Inc. into a global brand and subsequently served as the company’s CEO.

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