$75M mountain dream home in the Rockies

This marvelous mountain property dubbed “Four Peaks Ranch” lies on 876 acres in the Rocky Mountains, just outside Aspen, Colorado, offering breathtaking views of Mt. Daly, Mt. Sopris, Capitol Peak and Snowmass.

Built in 2007, the 18,000-square-foot craftsman home features seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The open plan kitchen allows the interaction of the chef and the family or guests. It is complete with refrigerator, dishwasher, electric oven, warming drawers and two wine coolers. The cozy dining room seats sixteen people.

This craftsman home offers many options for entertaining. The owners and their guests can spend their leisure time between indoor and outdoor amenities: four fire pits, two fireplaces, two full kitchens and brick pizza oven, 15 miles of hiking and riding trails and the beach with waterfalls flowing into three impressive ponds where one can go for a dip, go on a fishing trip or a cookout, as well as hunting ground, as long as you have a permit. The luxury estate has the latest snowmelt system, Altec security and Light Touch system. Listing details include glass elevator, a three-car garage, a large wine cellar and a furnished teepee with gas fire pit.


Further listing features include a two-sided fireplace shared by the pool and the media room, a boutique spa with steam room, gym, saltwater pool and swim-up bar and a circular bar looking out onto the movie theater.

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