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Ski Country Real Estate: What $2M Buys You in Park City, Lake Tahoe, Stratton, and More

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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 $2 million.

↑ Just a short walk from Main Street in Park City, Utah, this 2,003-square-foot home boasts four en suite bedrooms and a half bath to make it an ideal retreat for friends or extended family. The $1.95 million list price also buys a well-appointed kitchen full of designer appliances that blends into a great room perfect for entertaining.

↑ This updated Incline Village, Nevada, beauty is the best of both worlds, with views of Lake Tahoe from the deck and easy access to Diamond Peak. Listed for $2.1 million, the property has a spacious master suite, three additional bedrooms, three full baths and two half-baths. There's also a wine room and wide open entertaining space with a bar, games and a cozy spot to gather around the fireplace.

↑ This Stratton, Vermont, home comes with deeded and groomed access to Lower Wanderer ski trail at Stratton Mountain Resort. But the $1.975 million list price doesn't just cover the prime 1.6-acre site, the home also has three master suites, two more bedrooms and two living rooms.

↑ Yet another property designed for hosting family and friends, this Crested Butte, Colorado, home features three master bedrooms, three full baths and two half baths. The great room, living room and office are all on the main floor in addition to a decked-out kitchen. For $1.95 million, the 4,407-square-foot home also comes with perks like in-floor radiant heat, a hot tub and three decks.

↑ This Bend, Oregon, property blends midcentury modern exterior cues with rustic touches for a striking LEED-certified home. At $2.05 million, the four bedroom, three bath residence comes with a 10-piece Miele kitchen package, more built-ins than anyone needs and a rooftop deck.

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