So you’ve always dreamed of living in Aspen but don’t know where to begin? Why not start with these two gems. Each offers an incredible setting and warm spaces to entertain but with price points that are miles apart. Which would you choose the Riverfront Splurge or the In-Town Steal? Let us know in the comments!
Splurge: Luxurious Riverfront Retreat On 2.1-acres For $6.750M
For the luxury buyer who wants it, do we have a treat for you. Few homes compare to this spectacular Aspen gem right on the river!
The five-bedroom, five-full-and-one-half bathroom retreat affords what the listing calls “a rare combination of privacy and panoramic river frontage.” Hence the price tag!
But isn’t it worth it if you have money in the bank? The views are unbelievable. The setting? Simply enchanting. Upon arrival, you’ll marvel at the mature trees and mountain landscape with waterfall, plus expansive decks with a hot tub overlooking the river.
The interiors are equally impressive with designer touches throughout. We love the cathedral wood-beamed ceilings, well-appointed chef’s kitchen, and comfortable guests suites.
And for the athlete in the family, a fully indoor-outdoor gym with infared sauna allows you to enjoy the sights and sounds of the river and nature. A collector’s garage for all your toys and skis is waiting.
Brittanie Rockhill with Douglas Elliman has listed 232 Woods Road, Aspen, Colorado for $6.750 million.
Steal: Charming Aspen Home Close To Town For $950K
Looking for an Aspen property for under a million? Check out this rare single-family closer to town. The two-bedroom, two-full-bathroom home offers 1,032 square feet my by a prime location close to town.
You can easily bike, walk, or ride the free bus to all things Aspen from this beauty. Inside you’ll enjoy a cozy interior with charming kitchen and warm and inviting spaces to unwind.
There is even a fenced-in yard that includes a wood shed with sliding barn door, large storage shed, and bonus shed. The property has been lovingly maintained and sits in a family-friendly neighborhood within the Aspen School District.
The only catch is you have to live here at least six months and one day a year to qualify, as it is resident-occupied housing.
However, with a close-to-town location for the price, it might be just the Aspen home you’ve been waiting for.
Jeffry Pogliano with Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty has listed 216 Cottonwood Lane, Aspen, Coloradofor $950,000.