From Aspen to Park City, ski country real estate is full of over-the-top, extravagant homes.
Sure, the reasonably priced, cozy A-frame cabin on 20 acres still exists, but you’ll likely find more homes worth $2 million than $200,000 if you want to own anywhere near a resort.
Even though most of us will never buy a luxurious ski home, that doesn’t mean we can’t look. Today’s modern ski homes range from oversized log cabins to brand-new, contemporary builds.
Some sit on massive compounds with hundreds of acres—although the land will cost you—while others are located on prime, ski-in/ski-out lots. But no matter the style of home, all deliver on amazing views and some gorgeous real estate eye candy.
Behold, 10 extravagant ski homes available for purchase, right now.
In Aspen, Colorado:
With a ski-in/ski-out location in Aspen Highlands, this 4-bedroom, 10-bath home is located within steps of the ski lift. The $17,500,000 price tag also comes with over 9,000 square feet of living space and an updated, modern design.
In Squaw Valley, California:
This highly coveted property in Sun Valley boasts almost 30 acres and a custom four-bedroom, four-bath chalet built in the European style. Inside, you can expect large stone fireplaces, expansive windows, redwood beams, and wrought iron accents. It’s on the market for $15,000,000.
In Sun Valley, Idaho:
If a ski compound is more your thing, check out this 120-acre property with three residences on site. Plenty of oversized garages, a heated pool and spa—including a pool house, naturally—and extra perks like a tennis court come with the 7 bedrooms, 8 baths, and 10,067 square feet. How much will this beauty cost you? The price is available for serious buyers only.
In Whistler, British Columbia:
Asking $3,675,000, this 5-bedroom, 5.5-bath contemporary log home close to Whistler Creekside sits on a huge private lot with ski-in access. The hand-peeled logs dominate the exterior design while inside you’ll find a huge gourmet kitchen, wine cellar, infrared sauna, and even a separate suite perfect for guests.
In Aspen, Colorado:
It will cost $32,500,000 to buy this 8,737-square-foot mansion in Aspen, Colorado, but the newly built property comes with a ton of amenities. Seven bedrooms and 9 baths are complemented by 20-foot floor to ceiling windows, a heated pool, and snowmelt driveways. You also get views of all four ski resorts from your deck.
In Stowe, Vermont:
Touted as an example of “modern, minimalistic” ski home design, this 5-bedroom, 6-bath home sits on 8 acres and asks $3,299,000. The 6,004-square-foot house also boasts an in-ground pool, hot tub, and oversized 3-car garage.
In Park City, Utah:
Asking $13,900,000, this Park City home boasts 14,384 square feet spread out over 9 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. That’s plenty of room to house all of your family and friends, plus you’ll also get a spa, hot tub, and plenty of forest views.
In Vail, Colorado:
As one of the most expensive listings in the Vail Valley, this 5-bedroom, 9-bath home delivers some of the best ski area views anywhere. It will cost $24,900,000, but the home boasts 12,221 square feet, a movie theater, home gym, wine cellar, craft room, elevator, detached massage hut, and an oversized infinity pool.
In Big Sky, Montana:
A list price of $15,000,000 may seem pricey for a ski home, but this Big Sky mansion comes with over 16,000 square feet on a 4 acre lot. With 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms, the home also comes with a theater, sauna, steam room, wine grotto, an elevator, private ski bridge, and even a dog bath.
In Telluride, Colorado:
If you think all ski homes are monster log cabins or faux-Bavarian kitsch, think again. There are plenty that blend contemporary design with mountain touches, like 8,179-square-foot custom build in Telluride. Asking $8,850,000, the home offers an ski-in/ski-out location, is offered fully furnished, and can sleep a crowd with 5 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms.