Listed for $3,525,000, this 4-bedroom, 5-bath home in Keystone, Colorado just sold for $3,050,000, making it the ski area's priciest sale since 2007. Located at the base of the mountain, the faux-European-styled home boasts 5,036 square feet, a deck, patio, gas fireplace, and plenty of timber touches. The home is also the first property in Keystone's brand-new Dercum's Dash development, which lies just east of River Run Village. Buyers can expect 23 additional homes and an on-site clubhouse that will have a pool, fitness room, lounge, and ski and golf access. The development aims to mimic the feel of Beaver Creek or Vail, using "Bavarian" elements with lots of stone accents.
· Dercum's Dash [Official Site]
· $3 million home becomes priciest Keystone sale since 2007 [Vail Daily]
· Watch Keystone Resort Transform From 1975 to Today [Curbed Ski]
· Colorado Boosts Vail Resorts' Profits, Tahoe Lags Behind [Curbed Ski]