Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can buy for a certain dollar amount in various ski towns across North America. Is one man's studio another man's mansion? Let's find out! Today, we explore five listings at or around $5 million.
↑ Set on .14 acres in downtown historic Telluride, Colorado, this recently remodeled 6-bedroom, 5-bath house comes in at 3,894 square feet with skiing nearby and space for six vehicles. According to the listing, the current owner is an accomplished interior designer and this beauty looks like a bit of a steal for $4,750,000. That price even includes the two-bedroom guest house also on property.
↑ In Whistler, British Columbia, $6,999,000 Canadian dollars (about $5M U.S. dollars), gets you a large 7-bedroom, 6-bath property originally built in 1996. Located in Whistler's hot Horstman Estates neighborhood and near skiing on Blackcomb Mountain, the house is also within walking distance to the popular Lost Lake and comes with its own pool and hot tub.
↑ Your money goes a long way in Steamboat Springs, Colorado with this 7-bedroom, 7-bath, 8,690-square-foot house asking $5,100,000. Located in the luxury golf community of Catamount Ranch, this property is close to skiing, has a palatial master suite, a barn-style 3-car garage with a one-bedroom guest quarters, and sits on almost 5.5 acres.
↑ Built in 2000, this 4-bedroom, 5.5-bath house in Lake Tahoe wants $4,995,000. It's built with a classic timber and stone look, contains almost 5,000 square feet, and the 1-acre lot boasts plenty of lake views.
↑ $4,995,000 in Big Sky, Montana gets you a 6-bedroom, 7-bath custom home in Moonlight Basin's exclusive High Camp neighborhood. Durfeld logs, big fireplaces, and plenty of masonry round out the 6,122-square-foot retreat.