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This Aspen home is currently the third most expensive for sale in Colorado. Photo courtesy Douglas Elliman Real Estate.

The Priciest Homes for Sale in Colorado Right Now

These gorgeous estates are up for grabs, but come with hefty price tags.

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Last week, Property Shark released a list of the most expensive homes for sale in the Centennial State. Here is what the priciest homes on the Colorado market include, and what they will cost you.

5. 3448 Woody Creek Road, Woody Creek

Photograph courtesy of Sotheby’s International Real Estate.

Asking Price: $39.9 million

What that could buy you: About 2,347,000 adult day-passes to the Denver Zoo

This spacious 244-acre ranch comes with six single-family homes (in case you were wondering, that’s 18 bathrooms and five half-bathrooms). When you aren’t spending time snowshoeing, four-wheeling, or snowmobiling on your property, you can take a stroll through your private tree farm’s 500-plus evergreens. Now you just have to decide which house to fill with your collectible action figures and which to fill with photos of your dog.

4. 38189 State Highway 69, Westcliffe

Photograph courtesy of Ranch Marketing Associates

Asking Price: $49 million

What that could buy you: About 490,000 Von Miller jerseys

Throw away that business suit and briefcase, and make room in your closet for a cowboy hat and some sturdy boots. Wolf Springs Ranch’s 4,116-square-foot, six-bedroom, six-bathroom home (and accomplanying three family cabins) are lovely. But the property’s 55,486 deeded acres are the real selling point, including 12 reservoirs, a resident elk herd, and facilities for you to start your ranching enterprise.

3. 2800 West Buttermilk Road, Aspen

Photograph courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.

Asking Price: $49 million

What that could buy you: About 12,250,000 Rosenberg’s bagels (with cream cheese)

Step through an 11-foot tall pivoting glass door to find yourself inside this lavishly crafted mountain home. Italian countertops, walnut floors, and custom-made chandeliers are just a few of the finer touches the interior has to offer. And we’ve saved the best for last—the 44.6-acre estate offers unobstructed views of Red Mountain, the Continental Divide, Aspen, and Mount Sopris.

2. 2900 West Buttermilk Road, Aspen

Photograph courtesy of Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty.

Asking Price: $50 million

What that could buy you: About 335,570 Topo Designs’ Daypacks

Are you tired of schlepping your gear from the parking lot to the lift every time you hit the slopes?  Have no fear, because West Buttermilk’s only ski-in/ski-out property is on the market. If the 15,664-square-foot home’s vaulted ceilings, two-oven chef’s kitchen, and sunken hot tub overlooking West Buttermilk aren’t enticing enough, perhaps having your own private ski run might do the trick.

1. 36843 County Road 17, Meeker

Photograph courtesy of Compass.

Asking price: $55 million

What that could buy you: About 8,461,500 Chipotle chicken burritos

There is nothing meek about this sprawling estate—the most expensive home for sale in the state. More than 500 logs up to 45 feet in length were transported from Montana to construct this beautiful 13,907-square-foot home, currently owned by World Golf Hall of Famer Greg Norman. The next owner can enjoy private trophy hunting, Gold Medal fly fishing, skeet shooting, and panoramic views of the White River Valley.

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