Inside the most expensive home in Aspen (valued at $16 million)

A Premium residence boutique club – Dancing Bear Aspen, recently sold a spectacular penthouse (located at its brand new Mountainside building) for a record-breaking $16,000,000, making it the most expensive home to be sold in downtown Aspen for the year. At a whopping $ 5427 per square foot, the sprawling structure looks nothing short of a dream!

Spanning an area as expansive as 2,948 square feet, the penthouse accommodates four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms and a huge 3,500 square feet of outdoor living space. It further boasts of a massive rooftop terrace (known to be the largest in downtown Aspen) and entails an outlet to Colorado’s most renowned ski slope.
Further, the Mountainside building recently opened doors to an in-house spa that includes a Float Pod saline flotation tank, an oxygen aromatherapy lounge, two hydro-massage stations, an overhead water treatment area, and a steam chamber.
For those who missed out on purchasing this rambling home, there’s still hope to buy either one of its 10 neighborhood homes – each being a three-bedroom, three-and-a half-bathroom corner residence spread over 1,900 square feet each.

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After its successful sale, the Dancing Bear Aspen home has joined the list of the most expensive houses currently listed on the market. This includes Billionaire William Koch’s Elk Mountain Lodge( $80 million), 2800 W. Buttermilk Rd. ($49 million), 109 Willoughby Way ($39.7 million), 41 Popcorn Lane ($39.5 million), and 455 Sunnyside Lane ($36 million), all located in the breathtaking backdrops of Colorado!

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