Mountaintop homes are gorgeous without a doubt and this one is no exception. Located at 1720 McLain Flats Road in Aspen, CO, this stone mansion was built in 2010 and features spectacular views from every room. Like every other mountaintop home in Colorado, gorgeous panoramic views are a given which is why the asking prices in this are so high; especially new builds. This one is situated on 6-acres and features approximately 10,460 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 5 full and 2 half bathrooms, reclaimed wood floors and timbers throughout, multiple gas fireplaces, open concept living and dining areas, gourmet kitchen, cozy family room, home office, gym, media room, 805 square foot 3-car garage, outdoor hot tub and over 2,200 square feet of patio space. The landscaped grounds feature two ponds, streams and there is permission for a barn or caretaker’s house. It is listed at $18,750,000 (down from its original price of $23.5 million) and comes partially furnished.

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  • mak

    Originally $23,500,000 Partially Furnished

    Then $21,500,000 Partially Furnished

    Then $19,950,000 Partially Furnished

    Then $19,750,000 Partially Furnished

    Now $18,750,000 Partially Furnished

    I think it has a bit farther to go before it sells.




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    • Marie

      Love the breakdown and so agree it will continue to be reduced price wise.




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    • Daniel

      I just clicked on the listing and noticed they put that right in the description. Why on earth would you want to announce to the world that it’s been reduced 5 times? They might as well just say that they’re desperate for an overpriced listing…




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  • Daniel

    I usually love any and all homes in Aspen, but this one is rather lifeless. Using the same window design in every major room is a bit unoriginal too.




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  • Grrrowler

    This doesn’t have the charm that so many mountain houses has. It’s very cold and pretty generic looking. The interior looks like any typical wood frame house anywhere in America with some extra wood trim stuck on. The price definitely has a long way to go further down before it’s realistic.




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  • Al Robinson

    The reasons that both Daniel and Grrrowler gave are the reasons why I like it. I think the architecture, colors, etc. are just right. In a town where it snows a lot, you want open colors, to help keep you from feeling claustrophobic from the winter weather. I’m also paying attention to what you can see, and not about what’s missing. I don’t like a lot of clutter anyway.

    I don’t think I have seen a single Aspen house that I didn’t like. 🙂




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  • NOVA Ben

    I loved this home in the first couple pics, and then I just got more and more indifferent as I continued. It’s quite boring inside. Doesn’t feel nearly special enough overall, for the reasons listed above.




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  • DR.VEGAS

    The lot is beautiful. The house does nothing for me.Looks like it was supersized from a generic template on some free CAD software. Another spec home?




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