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A $37.5 Million Aspen Penthouse

The former home of an owner of the Boston Celtics is on the market



Photos courtesy of Coldwell Banker Global Luxury | Mason Morse

Aspen, Colorado is known for its world-class skiing, shopping, dining and real estate. Celebrities and locals alike enjoy the luxurious lifestyle of this mountain town, and for a cool $37.5 million, you could too. 

During Aspen's silver mining days, prospectors in the area referred to discovering a major vein of silver as ''hitting the mother lode.'' Today, the same may be said about this legacy property with stunning outdoor private decks in the heart of Aspen's downtown core. 

The former Aspen penthouse of an owner of the Boston Celtics is on the market. The 8,771-square-foot property spans the top two floors of a building located downtown near the Aspen Art Museum and Wagner Park.

Originally designed as a vacation home with six bedrooms, eight full baths and one half-bath, the residence offers a blend of privacy, space and flexibility with the ability to be subdivided into separate two-bedroom suites with shared access to a recreation space, offering a pool table, lounge areas, bar, media room and an arcade.

The property features a rooftop deck spanning approximately 1,520-square-feet, with its own kitchen and bar, hot tub and spectacular views of Aspen Mountain and Red Mountain.

Exuding the mountain modern style of architecture and interior design, the property creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere with natural finishes such as wood and stone, top-of-the-line fixtures and restaurant-grade appliances. The interiors are elegant and sophisticated, yet understated and relaxed—a perfect blank canvas for an art collection.

“The 'Mother Lode' epitomizes the ultimate Aspen dream home,” said Coldwell Banker Mason Morse Broker Associate and listing agent, Carrie Wells. “The property’s unbeatable location in the heart of downtown Aspen creates a one-of-a-kind luxury experience, just steps away from the slopes and an array of world-class dining, shopping, culture, sports events and outdoor activities.”

See the listing here

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