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Photos: Five most expensive homes for sale in Vail

We've recently shared posts featuring the most expensive homes for sale in Denver and Boulder. But while many of them are amazing, the priciest residential properties in Vail are in another class. The following five, culled from the impressive Hoffman-West real estate site, feature plenty of unusual images, including a view of one property from a ski gondola, and another new construction mainly represented by architectural drawings. Prepare to have your breath taken away. Look below to check out the top five, and click on the links for much more information. Number 5: 141 West Meadow Drive -- $19,200,000

Bedrooms: 6 Full Baths: 6 Partial Baths: 1 Five Star Services And Amenities, Lockers At The Ski Lift, High End Quality Building With All The Technology, Superb Finishes, Air Conditioning And Everything Else Your Clients Will Like!

Continue to keep counting down the five most expensive homes for sale in Vail. Number 4: 1119 Ptarmigan Road -- $19,500,000

Bedrooms: 9 Full Baths: 6 Partial Baths: 5 A rare opportunity to own one of Vail's most esteemed estates. Set on the edge of the Vail Golf Course just minutes from the heart of Vail Village this residence, comprised of a main house and guest house is the epitome of elegance and privacy. Take in the stunning Gore Range views from the many grand windows, or relax around the pool in the extensive outdoor living and entertaining spaces. The extraordinary attention to detail is reflected in every element of the finish, design and furnishing.

Continue to keep counting down the five most expensive homes for sale in Vail. Number 3: 332 Mill Creek Circle -- $20,000,000

Bedrooms: 5 Full Baths: 2 Partial Baths: 3 Exclusively located at the base of Vail's new Gondola One ski lift and offering incredible ski-in/ski-out access, is Vail Village's most historic home. Built in 1963 by Vail's original town architect, Fitzhugh Scott, this 5-bedroom, 5-bath home was completely remodeled in 2012 and includes an elegant blend of modern-day luxury with historic Vail charm. Barron's Magazine recognized this home as one of America's Most Architecturally Significant Homes.

Continue to keep counting down the five most expensive homes for sale in Vail. Number 2: 446 Forest Road -- $20,500,000

Bedrooms: 7 Full Baths: 5 Partial Baths: 4 Stunning new construction in Vail Village. This is the home for Vail's most discerning Buyer. Mountain Contemporary. This home will occupy the last available ski-in/ski-out lot on Forest Road and is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. The expansive main living area was designed for entertaining. Expansive patios and decks, and room for a large family plus staff, with separate pilot/maid's quarters and a second kitchen area for catering.

Continue to keep counting down the five most expensive homes for sale in Vail. Number 1: 97 Rockledge Road -- $25,000,000

Bedrooms: 6 Full Baths: 6 Partial Baths: 2 No detail or expense was spared in the creation of this old-world estate. Designed as a modern recreation of an Austrian ski chateau, this home is the epitome of all that Vail embodies. Funicular (Private Tram) access from Forest Road, Direct ski-access, Warming Hut, Soaring Great Room and Adjacent Game Room, Stunning Master Suite, Cedar-Lined Storage and Wine Closet, Library/Study, Sunken Wet Bar, Chef's kitchen with Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances and RO Water Purification System. A Must See!

More from our Business archive: "Photos: Six most expensive homes for sale in Denver, summer 2013 edition."

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