A Rocky Mountain Ski House With Access to Buttermilk Mountain

Location: Aspen, Colorado

Price: $14,995,000

When buying a $15 million vacation house, it is nice to know that it'll be useful more than one season out of the year. This one, in the tony resort community of Aspen, Colorado, might be located in a town known for its winter recreation, but it comes equipped with a stone patio and large swimming pool for those summer months. The two-story, glass-walled great room is fit for use all year round, as are the built-in grill, rec room, gym, and garage. That's not to say this place isn't perfect for winter too: it boasts ski-in ski-out access to Buttermilk Mountain.

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