Pioneer Springs Ranch



Pioneer Springs Ranch was built in 2004 and is located in the Snowmass Village area of scenic and still pricey Aspen, Colorado.The living space is over 13,000 square feet featuring seven bedrooms including a master suite, two media/family rooms, a fabulous bar with a fireplace, a walk-in closet, a private office and an exercise room. The Pioneer Springs Ranch is listed at $25 million.

As you can imagine, an estate in the luxury and famous resort Aspen, Colorado is pretty expensive, but it’s not just the location that makes it worth the money. It’s the area covered by the ranch, the number of rooms, the interior design and the things used for decorating it, the details that make the whole and they certainly did a great job this time.

The ranch looks big and welcoming, both on the inside and outdoors, too, with comfortable sofas placed near the outdoor pool and beautiful flowers in among the tables on the terrace. It’s not just a home for two but it is made to have lots of guests. The house has a pretty traditional way on the outside, but it has all the things you need – all of them really expensive and in good taste. So if you want to buy it or just want to see what a property of its value looks like, take a look.


Published by in Architecture, on May 10th, 2009

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