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 $300,000.
↑ On the market for $299,000, this quaint cottage only minutes from Stratton, Vermont, comes with three-bedrooms and two baths. The home's 1,217-square-foot also gets you a gourmet kitchen and a vaulted-ceiling living room.
↑ With 1,200 square feet of living space, this four-bedroom, two-bath home in Mammoth Lakes, California, is priced at $299,000. The home is minutes from Mammoth Mountain and comes partially furnished.
↑ This cabin in Crested Butte, Colorado, sits on its own 40-acre parcel at 9,760 feet above sea level. Listed for $298,000, the one-bedroom, one-bath home comes in at 768 square feet, but the real standout features are the property's year-round stream, National Forest boundary, and views of Mt. Owens, Dark Canyon and Marcellina Mountain.
↑ This three-bedroom, three-bath home in Sandpoint, Idaho, sits on just more than a quarter acre in the shadow of Schweitzer Mountain. Asking $309,900, the 1,907-square-foot home offers a private master suite, a spacious backyard, and a great location near skiing and the lake.
↑ Located about a half-hour from Snowbasin, this Victorian home in Ogden, Utah, is on the market for $295,000. The four-bedroom, 1.5-bath home is currently used as a portrait studio, but its 4,640 square feet can be converted back to residential use. Or the home built in 1901 (and on city and national historic registers) can continue in a commercial use. Maybe a bed and breakfast?