The X-Games House, one of the most iconic homes in Aspen, has hit the market for $37 million with Douglas Elliman’s Joshua Saslove and Riley Warwick along with Oren Alexander and Tal Alexander of Douglas Elliman who are marketing consultants for the property.
The house is one of the most iconic homes in Aspen and is at the top of the X-Games half pipe on Buttermilk Mountain. Best known around the world for being home to the Winter X Games and the Red Bull Double Pipe event, the mountain has become an icon for freestyle riders and skiers.
Designed by Jeffrey Hancox and sitting on 8.5 acres, the ski-in, ski-out X-Games House boasts a ski-in locker room with a covered patio and a lift to raise and lower snowmobiles.
The 17,000 square foot luxury home features 7 en suite bedrooms, 5 of which are above-grade and walk out to patios and and decks. There are six interior fireplaces, a custom upholstered elevator, movie theater with 11 recliner chairs and full bar that seats four comfortably. One of Aspen’s most iconic estates also boasts wine tasting room with seating for eight, billiards/recreation room/gym, library/study adjacent to the master bedroom, an outdoor kitchen and a security monitoring room.
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