The Ten Most Expensive Homes for Sale in Colorado Right Now

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The ten priciest homes for sale in Colorado right now are scenic, spectacular, sprawling and spendy in the extreme. The least expensive of the batch costs $35 million, and the top pick can be yours only if you have more than $50 million at your disposal.

The roster was compiled by Property Shark. The site's Audra Rus notes that "Denver doesn't appear in the top ten.... While Aspen dominates this list with five homes, Colorado’s priciest home is in Meeker and comes with a dizzying price tag of $55 million."

That property, also known as the Seven Lakes Ranch, is currently owned by pro-golfing legend Greg Norman.

Continue to take a look at each home and read a mini-description of the property from the original listings, all of which are linked to provide much more detail on each. Click to check out the original Property Shark post.

Number 10: 1500 Owl Creek Ranch Road, Aspen

Asking price: $35,000,000

Rarely do Aspen, Colorado estates of this grandeur, change hands. Sited on one of the finest 82-acre parcels in the Roaring Fork Valley, this recently remodeled 6-bedroom home, offers panoramic views from Aspen Mountain to the Snowmass Ski Area and Mount Daly. Designed by acclaimed Aspen architect, Bill Poss, this is not your typical mountain home. The main level offers grand entertaining spaces, with soaring ceilings and unobstructed views framed with pinion pine and spruce beams. Large inviting doors, call friends and family outdoors to the generous, manicured backyard, side-by-side ponds and beach for fun in the Rocky Mountains.

851 Wilson Way, Telluride.
851 Wilson Way, Telluride.

Number 9: 851 Wilson Way, Telluride

Asking price: $39,100,000

The ultimate modern alpine estate. Gracefully set upon one of the most dramatic 35-acre sites in the spectacular Telluride region, this masterpiece of contemporary design is unmatched in its setting, quality, detail and accommodations. Overlooking a reflective pond mirroring views of the towering cirque of rolling meadows and 14,000 foot peaks that surround the property, the homes soaring spaces showcase the very best in sophisticated mountain living. The home's creation was a remarkable collaboration between its owners and some of the most talented professionals in the world of architecture, interior design and construction. Featuring the very finest materials sourced from all over the world.

Number 8: 41 Popcorn Lane, Aspen

Asking price: $39,500,000

There may be no finer property to grace the banks of the Roaring Fork River that combines the attributes and amenities of this exclusive compound. Thoughtfully designed and meticulously crafted, the quality and style is undeniable. Combining an exquisite main house with a charming guest house and separate caretaker’s quarters, these three primary living areas meld to create an unrivaled gated riverside retreat on 10.5 acres. The main house is over 13,000 square feet and includes 5 bedrooms, 6 full baths, 3 half baths, and a 4 car garage. Combined with the 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath guest house with 2 car garage and 1 bedroom, 1 bath caretaker’s quarters there is a total of over 17,000 square feet of heated living space. Start every morning and end every night with the calming waters of the Roaring Fork running through the heart of the property. With enticing outdoor spaces, unobstructed Indy Pass views and river access literally outside the door, one is hard pressed to find a more engaging environment in which to live the mountain lifestyle....

109 Willoughby Way, Aspen.
109 Willoughby Way, Aspen.

Number 7: 109 Willoughby Way, Aspen

Asking price: $39,750,000

A rare and coveted location on Willoughby Way just off Red Mountain Road, this legacy property is surrounded by water and nature on all sides. One's first impression of this classic mountain contemporary residence that graces 2.5 acres, designed by award-winning architectural firm, Poss Architecture and built by one of Aspen's best builders is the grand scale and timeless high-end materials. Large Hopes windows frame the mesmerizing views of Aspen Mountain, the City of Aspen and water — whether it's the large pond, waterfall, stream, hot tub or pool. Dry-stacked stone interior walls intersect with glass and continue to the exterior. The serene bedroom suites provide privacy, while the dramatic public areas and multiple outdoor spaces are ready for entertaining.

14N 2941 County Road, Kremmling.
14N 2941 County Road, Kremmling.

Number 6: 14N 2941 County Road, Kremmling

Asking price: $39,800,000

Nestled away in the Colorado high country, the aptly-named High Plains Ranch is a sprawling year-round recreational oasis. The 6,900-acre ranch features area amenities such as horse riding, skiing, snowmobiling, hunting, fishing and climbing. The 20,843-square-foot home basks in gorgeous views and is bursting at the seams with exclusive amenities meant to enhance the location’s experience – a gourmet kitchen, jetted tub, Jacuzzi, multiple fireplaces, stables and an over-sized garage.

Continue to see the five most expensive properties for sale in Colorado right now.

3448 Woody Creek Road, Woody Creek.
3448 Woody Creek Road, Woody Creek.

Number 5: 3448 Woody Creek Road, Woody Creek

Asking price: $39,900,000

Circle R Ranch is a 244 acre ranch situated in the Woody Creek valley in central Colorado. Though extremely private and pristine, Circle R is within close proximity to the world-class, year-round resort of Aspen, Colorado.

The design and development of Circle R makes it the perfect candidate for a family compound or corporate retreat. Boasting a total of 10 homesites, three of which remain undeveloped awaiting potential additions by the next fortunate owner, the existing buildings include rustic historic cabins, eclectic and charming single family homes, agricultural structures and barns, and accommodating storage facilities. There are 6 separate single family homes with a total of 22 bedrooms, 18 baths and 5 half baths....

38189 State Highway 69, Westcliffe.
38189 State Highway 69, Westcliffe.

Number 4: 38189 State Highway 69, Westcliffe

Asking price: $49,000,000

Wolf Springs Ranch is a treasure that took the seller years to assemble through small purchases and public land trades which blocked up this marvelous land holding. The 55,486-deeded-acre ranch is a sportsman’s paradise outfitted with plenty of natural resources, production capabilities, and magnificent scenery along the eastern face of the continental divide. Abundant water from several streams, reservoirs and springs support a resident elk herd with 350 plus bulls, plentiful mule deer and pronghorn antelope. The ranch has first-class improvements and includes an established American Bison herd, Angus cow herd and equipment, with over 3,370 acres of irrigable water rights. The ranch is in an excellent location, just 10 miles to the Silver West jet-accessible airport and under a two-hour drive to Colorado Springs. At a time when larger ranches are disappearing, this true legacy ranch is offered whole or in three parts.

2800 West Buttermilk Road, Aspen.
2800 West Buttermilk Road, Aspen.

Number 3: 2800 West Buttermilk Road, Aspen

Asking price: $49,000,000

Just completed! Nestled high on Buttermilk Mountain in a grove of Aspen trees, Mopani Estate is a 44.6-acre equestrian property representing a rare and very special opportunity to enjoy unobstructed and expansive views of Red Mountain, the city of Aspen, the Cont'l Divide and Mt. Sopris. A picturesque 1,800 ft. long driveway connects the 13,500 sq. ft. mountain contemporary main residence with the two bed/two bath guest house, and the large stable at this private family compound. The main residence is built with exquisite finishes and exacting attention to detail. Features include Boffi cabinetry and stone counter tops from Italy, perfectly "matchbook" stone fireplaces, a glass 11-foot-tall pivoting front door, custom made chandeliers, cedar wood ceilings, and wide plank walnut floors.

Number 2: 2900 West Buttermilk Road, Aspen

Asking price: $50,000,000

Never before offered legacy ranch! Located adjacent to West Buttermilk Ski Area on 61 private acres at the end of the road. The property includes a 15,664 square foot main home with 7 bedrooms, 7 full baths, and 3 half baths, as well as a 2,000 square foot caretaker’s home with 3 bedrooms and 3 full baths, plus a 7,500 square foot barn that includes a 3,000 square foot heated vehicle maintenance center with lift. Additional features include an inviting great room, chef’s kitchen with two ovens, study, theater, pub room, wine room, billiards room, vaulted ceilings, rich wooden accents, private ski run, amazing views and much more. The living area is extended outdoors with a covered and heated dining space, fireplace and sunken hot tub overlooking the ski area. This is the only ski-in/ski-out property on West Buttermilk and it can never be duplicated!

Number 1: 36843 County Road 17, Meeker

Asking price: $55,000,0000

Your chance to own a piece of the American frontier. A sportsman's paradise with unlimited private trophy elk and deer hunting, White River Gold Medal fly-fishing, canoeing, skeet shooting, Nordic skiing and miles of riding and hiking trails. Featuring a Main Lodge with nine-bedrooms, seven guest cabins, staff housing, a historic dance hall, fitness center/spa and pristine equestrian facilities. Set amidst national forest and wilderness areas, Seven Lakes Ranch boasts expansive views, varied terrain, and miles of White River frontage. Just 25 miles from the Meeker, Colorado airport, Seven Lakes Ranch is convenient to Colorado's major ski areas, including Vail and Aspen.

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