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This Ski Mansion Has an Elaborate Underground Wine Mine

Between the private funicular, fiber-optic glass bridge, and tree-top fire pit, there is clearly no dearth of house-related frill inside this 8,706-square-foot ski mansion in Colorado—and that's not even mentioning the Old West-style underground wine tunnel. The "cellar," which is actually more like the faux mines of Disneyland's Thunder Mountain Railroad, is 56 feet long and houses 1,600 bottles of wine. And, of course, there's misting machines, sound effects, faux stone walls, "upcycled wood from an old Utah railroad trestle," and a steel ore cart on rails—all bring to life that ultra glamorous (black lung is highly coveted among the wealthy) mining culture.

The listing photos, over at Curbed Ski. >>