America’s most expensive winter home hits market at $100M – with ski-in, ski-out mountain access and incredible views

America’s most expensive ski home has hit the market at $100 million.
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Pictured: The incredible home in Aspen, Colorado. (Credit: Jam Press)

America’s most expensive ski home has hit the market at $100 million.

One of only five homes set atop the Little Nell Ski Run on Aspen Mountain in Colorado, the sprawling property offers incredible views of its surroundings.

Other huge benefits to being built on top of a mountain? True ski-in, ski-out access, with the house only a few hundred yards from the Aspen Mountain Gondola.

Offering 10 bedrooms, the huge home is spread across three storeys and 14,000sq ft, and sits on a 1.4-acre lot.

Pictured: The incredible home in Aspen, Colorado. (Credit: Jam Press)

Built in 1979 and remodelled in 2015, the home features a dark wood and stonework exterior with extensive outdoor decks to catch the gorgeous views.

A spacious floor-plan, big windows, and multiple skylights, including a striking stained-glass ceiling in the great room, provide open, light-filled interior spaces.

Creamy walls and dark hardwoods provide sleek, contemporary aesthetics.

The grand, two-story foyer features gold accents and a magnificent chandelier, while a wood-burning fireplace enhances the cosy living room.

The ski room features lockers for everyone’s gear, while a game room allows for some alternative options for entertainment.

With two kitchens, a gym, an office, a formal dining room, and a bar, the mansion provides everything even the most discerning A-lister needs for the perfect Alpine getaway.

Pictured: The incredible home in Aspen, Colorado. (Credit: Jam Press)

The property is offered fully furnished – including high-end décor and contemporary artworks, including a large statue outside.

The property details were revealed by TopTenRealEstateDeals.com and is currently on the market with Steven Shane of Compass for $100 million.