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Snowmass, Colorado Real Estate

Snowmass' real estate market offers much in the way of ranch and river properties, investment properties, and vacation homes. Interested homebuyers and investors will find that Snowmass' single-family homes start at $550,000 and range up to $15,000,000. Currently, the median price for a single-family home in Snowmass is roughly $3 million, which can be expected to afford a very luxurious 5-bedroom, 5-bathroom home with gorgeous views and plenty of amenities. Condos and townhomes can be found, though they are less common in the area than single-family homes. Condos and townhomes start at prices as low as $250,000 and can reach prices in the high $900,000s. Currently, the median price for a townhome or condo is roughly $500,000. Land lots for custom building are available as well, and they start around $200,000 and reach prices as high as $4 million, depending on the size and zoning.
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Homes For Sale in Snowmass, Colorado Also featuring Snowmass Village & Basalt

Snowmass, sometimes referred to as Old Snowmass, can be found in Pitkin County, Colorado in the valley of the Roaring Fork River along State Highway 82 between the resort cities of Basalt and Aspen. Old Snowmass shares its name with the nearby ski resort, when not long ago, the primary industry in the area was agriculture. Located just minutes from the Snowmass Ski Area and the Town of Snowmass Village, Old Snowmass is a small, rural community that includes homes in smaller subdivisions on one of two acre lots to large ranch parcels of several hundred acres.

Described by residents as a gorgeous community surrounded by softly rolling hills and panoramic views of the Elk Mountain Range, Snowmass is a peaceful community that lets you be at one with nature. It is home to the Snowmass St. Benedict?s Monastery and the Rocky Mt. Institute.

Outdoor recreation is a big part of life here in Snowmass. During the winter months, snow sports such as skiing and snowboarding take precedence here, while the warmer months are popular for hiking, mountain biking, and summer polo league. Thanks to its location in the valley of the Roaring Fork River and its proximity from the Frying Pan and Crystal rivers, the area is also popular for fly fishing.

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