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Aspen stunner with views galore wants $36M

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A retreat in the Colorado high country

Photography by Michael Brands

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Location: Aspen, Colorado

Price: $36,000,000

If you’re dreaming of buying in the ritzy ski town of Aspen, Colorado, be ready to pay top dollar. This eight-bedroom, 11-bath property can satisfy outdoorsy needs no matter the season; it’s located on both the 11th tee of a Tom Fazio-designed golf course and adjacent to the Tiehack ski lift at Buttermilk ski resort. That location—to say nothing of the luxurious amenities inside—begets a hefty price tag in a town that regularly boasts homes in the tens of millions.

Called the Tiehack House and designed and developed by Bob Bowden, the recently constructed 13,690-square-foot house sits on three acres with vistas galore. An open-concept living and dining room features floor to ceiling windows to take advantage of the mountain views, and a modern gray and stone fireplace anchors the living room.

Like most sprawling, multi-million ski homes, this listing is designed to entertain a crowd. A basement billiards room and wet bar start the party, while a state-of-the-art theater, spa, 1,500-bottle wine room, and a 14-person hot tub aid in relaxation.

Want to live the ski town life? 651 Pfister Drive is now listed for $36 million.