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 $500,000.
↑ This Big Sky, Montana, condo includes 1,787 square feet spread across two floors for $510,000. The three-bedroom, three-bath condo has vaulted ceilings, circle sawn wood floors and plenty of knotty alder wood acents. Skiing is only minutes away, and the living room and kitchen have views of Lone Peak.
↑ This 0.25-acre, corner lot in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, between downtown and the mountain is home to 2,028-square-foot house on the market for $505,000. This four-bedroom, three-bath home comes with a front porch, deck, window-filled living room and a mud room.
↑ The third bedroom of this Squaw Valley, California, condo was carved out of the one-car garage, making the price of $499,000 a three-bedroom for two-bedroom steal. The condo is within walking distance to all the restaurants and shops at the Village at Squaw yet still close to all kinds of outdoor recreation. The ground-floor unit is completely remodeled with its own deck.
↑ The 2,734-square-foot Hawk Resort home sits in Plymouth, Vermont, only 15 minutes from Okemo Resort and 25 minutes from Killington. With 3 acres for privacy, this four-bedroom, 3.5-bath home saves the best views for the greenhouse windows in the living room, the deck and the master suite. Priced at $499,000 also comes with a loft, mudroom and all the amenities of Hawk Resort.
↑ Down the road from Park City sits the much more affordable enclave of Heber City, Utah, where you can nab this four-bedroom, three-bath cabin for $485,000. This 2,500-square-foot home sits on the edge of countless winter recreation activities and the Uintah National Forest. It has an open floor plan with expansive views and an acre of land.