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Video: Tour Melanie Griffith's $9M Aspen Estate for Sale With the Actress Herself


Golden Globe-winning actress and part-time Colorado resident Melanie Griffith wants you to stay at her spectacular Aspen abode — either temporarily or permanently.

And she's invested enough in the process that she actually appears in a video about the $9 million property.

That's a first for a celebrity according to the folks at Bowden Properties — although William H. Macy did offer a written testimonial when he and wife Felicity Huffman sold their home in Basalt for $3.95 million earlier this year.

Working Girl star Griffith — mom of Fifty Shades of Grey headliner Dakota Johnson — is offering the home, known as "Aspen Mountain Living," for sale at that $9 million tag. But those interested in renting can apply, too.

Below, find photos and descriptions of the property from the original listing, followed by the complete video. For more information, click here.

"Aspen Mountain Living is a modern mountain retreat with a historic feel, wooded privacy and unparalleled views of the Aspen Highlands Ridge, the Conundrum Valley and the legendary backcountry skiing known as Five Fingers.

"The property consists of the main house that has 5 bedroom, 5.5 baths, a game room, gourmet kitchen and open south facing views.

"The guest house is close by but far enough away to be private, this studio style home has many conveniences including a fireplace and Viking appliances.

"The historic cabin is the original dwelling on the property, a throwback from the original mining days on Aspen Mountain. Complete with running water and a woodburning fireplace for warmth and ambiance.

"This property is available for purchase or for rent.

"This home is listed by Bob Bowden of Bowden Aspen Real Estate."

Details

5 Bedroom, 5.5 Baths

Built on the backside of Aspen Mountain

Wrap around heated deck

Incredible outdoor hot tub

Comfortably sleeps 14

Heated Drive

Gourmet Stainless Steel Kitchen

Fully Furnished



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