Thursday, November 14, 2013

Amazing Ski Houses!

With the weather getting colder, we at Godden | Sudik are dreaming about fresh tracks on a powder day and our ultimate ski house.  What do you think of these???


Ski prep rooms with boot warmers, kid bunk rooms that sleep eight, soaker tubs with mountain views; living in Colorado, we all fantasize of one day owning a sprawling ski home at our favorite resort. If you're currently in the market, there are some amazing homes available in some of Colorado's most sought after mountain towns, if you can afford it. 

This Old World charmer is on the market is Aspen.

For a mere $18,950,000, this 6 bed, 6 bath, 15,889 square foot home in Aspen can be yours. Key features include his and her offices, a floor to ceiling fireplace in the great room, a library, a spa/exercise wing, temperature controlled wine room, infinity pool, hot tub, sprawling master suite and several generous guest suites.

If Aspen isn't for you, how about Telluride? This 24,124 square foot home sitting on 3.33 acres has 8 beds and 13 baths. For $18,500,00 it can be yours.   

Beautifully manicured grounds come with this Telluride ski house.

This home boasts a 75-foot indoor pool, AMF bowling alley, 2-lane indoor commercial shooting range, golf fairway and putting green with bunker. Outside, extensive landscaping, magnificent water features, a gazebo with wet bar and a 7-person hot-tub, and a full-scale replica of the Labyrinth at Chartres France can all be yours.

This Vail home modeled after an Austrian chateau has direct ski access.

Located in Vail, no expense was spared in the creation of this old world estate. With direct ski access to the largest ski area in North America, this 6 bed, 8 bath stunner can be your for a mere $25,000,000. At 6,563 square feet, the luxury home comes complete with a warming hut, game room, beautiful master suite, cedar lined storage closets, wine closet, library, sunken wet bar, and amazing chef's kitchen. 

Maybe these homes are a little out of your price range, but it doesn't hurt to dream. Perhaps a condo in Keystone is a little more realistic...

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