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Riverside Compound Asking $50M Is Aspen's Second Most Expensive Listing

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In a ski town known for top-dollar listings, Aspen's most expensive property for sale is Bill Koch's $100 million Elk Mountain Lodge. But claiming the title of the second priciest listing is this 3-building compound at the base of Independence Pass asking a cool $50 million. And while it can't quite compete with its pricier counterpart, the 8-bedroom, 13-bath abode is still nothing for billionaires to scoff at. Comprising 10.5 acres on the banks of the Roaring Fork River, the listing includes a 5-bedroom main house, 2-bedroom guest house, and 1-bedroom caretaker's quarters. Add to that a 6-car garage and (according to the listing) "opulent finishes of blue Bahia granite, reclaimed Belgian Black stone flooring, and rift-oak paneling and cabinetry" and we're confident many a one-percenter would be happy here. The price includes all of the over-the-top furnishings and decor, but you'll probably have to fill the absolutely massive closets with your own fresh threads.

· 41 Popcorn Lane, Aspen, CO [Sotheby's]
· Mapping the 25 Most Expensive Homes in Ski Country, July '15 [Curbed Ski]
· Billionaire Bill Koch Relists Aspen's Priciest House at $100M [Curbed Ski]