This spectacular mountain estate, dubbed Autumn Ridge, is located at 112 Autumn Lane in Telluride, CO. The 14,526 square foot mansion boasts 10 bedrooms (including a cool bunk room), 14 full and 5 half bathrooms, great room with vaulted ceiling and stone fireplace, a formal dining room, gourmet kitchen, custom bar, recreational room, game room, home theater with plush seating, 1-lane bowling alley, indoor spa, massage room, wine cellar, guest house, and much more. It is listed at $21,000,000.

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  • Grrrowler

    This is more or less what I would consider my dream home. I love log houses and this one looks to be done very well. It’s grand and comfortable at the same time. I’d want fewer bedrooms and could do without the bowling alley, but it’s a beautiful place. That kitchen is gorgeous.




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    • Bryan in CLT

      Ditto…I’d love this place, but could do without the bowling alley myself.




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  • Stewie

    Beautiful chalet! Wow!




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  • Stewie

    I brought up Naples vs Palm Beach in the other post; here I have a similar question; Telluride or Aspen?




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    • Daniel

      Asssssssssssspen!




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      • Grrrowler

        Vail




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    • Kenny Forder

      hmmm…….ASPEN!!! =)




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    • Telluride! 😉




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      • Marcus

        Telluridge




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        • Marcus

          Ok I need spell check – Telluride.




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  • Lane

    Vail




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  • KEV

    Gorgeous and timeless home, can’t believe someone would pour millions into a renovation then try to sell it in this economy. Even among the super rich, homes aren’t necessarily moving that quickly, except for Le Belvedere, I suppose. This is truly a stunning piece of work.




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  • This is one HUGE home for a vacation home! I like log homes, but would want one that had a 2 story great room with a loft that overlooks that space. The amenities are certainly nice, but it has too many bedrooms and baths for my taste. I don’t need a bowling alley, either. Since my back surgeries and arthritis, I can’t stand snow anymore, anyway.

    If I could choose vacation homes it would be #1 Beach #2 Paris, my favorite city in the world!




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  • Swimmer

    This would be a GREAT vacation home to bring friends and family over the holidays (hence the need for the bedrooms)




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  • Al Robinson

    Yeah, even with the bowling alley, this place is perfect. I love the pictures, whoever took them did a really nice job. I could make this my regular home instead of a “vacation home”.




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  • Marcus

    Like most others above I really like this house. It looks like you could “live” in this home and not just have something to show off like many of the large houses.




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