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 renovated listings at or around $1 million.
↑ Completely renovated in 2010, this two-bedroom, one-bath home in Jackson, Wyoming has all the rustic charm that will fit in 1,688 square feet. It has a log cabin look on the exterior with rough hewn beams, wood floors and country touches on the inside. Listed at $1.1 million, the 2.5-acre property is perfect for horses and allows for chickens, rabbits and other show animals.
↑ The renovation of this downtown Steamboat Springs, Colorado, home took the structure down to the studs for some modern touches in a historic neighborhood. Located just a few blocks from the main drag, the four-bedroom, 2.5-bath property includes a separate apartment with its own entrance and a new covered deck — all for $899,000.
↑ Facing Lake Tahoe and peeking above the trees, this Incline Village, Nevada, property on the market for $998,000 backs up to Forest Service land. With a newly renovated kitchen, the 2,700-square-foot home has a bedroom on each of its three stories, with four in total along with its three bathrooms.
↑ The 2006 renovation of this Park City, Utah, home added new kitchen appliances and cabinets, a new master bath, fresh paint inside and out, hardwood floors and even a new roof. With 3,932 square feet of space, this four-bedroom, four-bath home is priced at $999,000 and comes with a finished basement, workshop and office in addition to space for horses.
↑ Grey Goose Farm offers just over 46 acres with mountain views and within driving distance to some of Vermont's best ski areas. The property comes with a picturesque red bar, a pond and rolling meadows along with the renovated main house. That five-bedroom, six-bath home with 3,915 square feet of space and its idyllic setting can be had for $995,000.