Photos: Five most expensive properties for sale in Aspen
In recent months, we've shared photo posts of the most expensive homes for sale in Denver and Boulder. But they're practically shacks compared to the priciest properties available in Aspen, where the reported sale of John Denver's Windstar Foundation, listed last year for $13.5 million, is small potatoes by comparison. As seen on GaryFeldman.com, they include such accoutrements such as a glass elevator and a furnished teepee with gas! Look below to see spectacular photos, and click the links to be taken to the actual listings -- just in case you're ready to drop $75 million or so.Number 5: Woody Creek Farm/Ranch -- $37,500,000
"The last remaining original Aspen ranch! 245 acres (95 irrigated), substantial water rights, over a mile of ownership of collins creek and woody creek, backs up to national forest. flying dog ranch offers two separate development parcels with large development rights: up to 15,000 square feet of far on the main parcel, in up to 3 homes plus barns; 10,750 on the 59-acre east parcel in one home plus barns. two other parcels allow barns only. approvals vested until 2023. huge views and extreme privacy."
Continue to keep counting down the five most expensive properties in Aspen. Number 4: West Aspen Single Family -- $38,000,000
"This property includes approvals for a 13,500 square foot main house. the 1,000 sq ft cdu and the 2,750 sq ft barn/stable have been completed and furnished. there will be a 1800 ft driveway meandering through the property connecting all the structures. price includes all approvals, permits and complete construction plans for the main house."
Continue to keep counting down the five most expensive properties in Aspen. Number 3: West Aspen Single Family -- $47,500,000
"Rare view & creek-front compound encompassing some 67 acres of alpine forests, manicured lawns, waterfalls, and designed jeep & hiking trails on castle creek â€¦ all just 2.6 miles to aspen proper. this legacy estate cannot be reproduced in this location. perfect for the primary or second homeowner or that stunning corporate retreat."
Continue to keep counting down the five most expensive properties in Aspen. Number 2: Snowmass Village Single Family Home -- $50,000,000
"Spectacular compound that includes a main house, guest house, barn, pastures, ponds w/water rights, heavenly outdoor spaces & breathtaking views. incredibly executed main house w/over 23,000 sq ft on 3 levels with 4 bedrooms, 6 full baths, 6 half baths, contemporary kitchen, formal & informal living & family rooms, glorious his & her master baths & closets, exercise room, massage room, indoor spa w/sunken hot tub, multiple offices, game room, 3-tiered theater, wet bar, vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, beautiful outdoor spaces w/fire pit & wood-burning fireplace, & 2532 sq ft 6 car garage. luxurious 2680 sq ft guest house w/2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, wood-burning fireplace, a/c & a 503 sq ft 2 car garage. 2 level 5232 sq ft barn w/5 stalls, washing stall, riding arena, bath & 2 bedrooms."
Continue to keep counting down the five most expensive properties in Aspen. Number 1: Old Snowmass Farm/Ranch -- $75,000,000
"Nestled in the Rocky Mountains, just outside aspen, four peaks ranch offers an unrivaled mountain lifestyle. on 876 acres with views of Mt. Sopris, mt. daly, capital peak and snowmass, This extraordinary 18,000-square-foot home is the quintessential mountain paradise. explore the property on 15-plus miles of trails perfect for hiking, 4-wheeling and horseback riding. or enjoy the beach where waterfalls flow into 3 majestic ponds, providing a summer-time swim, a day of fishing or an afternoon cookout. for the more adventurous hunting permits are available. Outside enjoy 2 fireplaces, 4 fire pits, 2 full kitchens and a brick pizza oven. This craftsman home has the latest snowmelt system, an al tec security system, light touch, a 3-car garage, a glass elevator, a furnished teepee with a gas."
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