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Snowmass Village

Just eight miles from Aspen, the Town of Snowmass Village was incorporated in 1977. Its crown jewel, Snowmass Mountain, first opened for alpine operations ten years earlier and today is considered one of the largest ski areas with the most diverse terrain in North America.

What began as a thriving ranching hamlet has transformed into a destination ski town that’s also home to a year-round community of families, second homeowners, retirees and locals alike, who live along the entire Brush Creek Valley beginning down off of Highway 82 and ending up on-mountain.

Known for having a family-friendly atmosphere and a more laid back energy than its sister city of Aspen, Snowmass Village offers a plethora of property options from luxury ski-in, ski-out estates in The Pines and Two Creeks, Wood Run, Ridge Run and The Divide to single-family spreads in Horse Ranch and Melton Ranch to classic slope side condominiums everywhere in between. Snowmass Village is also home to Wildcat Ranch, which is one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in the Rocky Mountains featuring just 14 homes on 6,500 acres against the most spectacular of settings.

Lovers of country club living can look to the private, members-only Snowmass Club, which just under new ownership, features an 18-hole links-style golf course designed by Jim Engh, athletic club, tennis complex and two restaurants.

Connected by a comprehensive system of paved pathways, mountain bike and hiking trails and complemented by a free shuttle service, Snowmass Village is easy to navigate and offers one of the most astounding arrays of outdoor adventure activities outside of your doorstep. Also home to Anderson Ranch Arts Center, the annual Jazz Aspen Snowmass Labor Day music festival, the Snowmass Balloon Festival, Snowmass Free Thursday Concert Series, there’s a steady schedule of cultural events to take in, too. Channel your inner cowboy/cowgirl at the weekly Snowmass Rodeo (held every Wednesday evening in the summer), which marks its 49th anniversary this season and is the longest-running rodeo in the state of Colorado.

While the legacy of a 50-year history remains, Snowmass is poised for its next chapter with the recent redevelopment and grand reopening of an all-new Snowmass Base Village, boasting new restaurants, shops and luxury condominium opportunities within steps of the Elk Camp Gondola. Anchored by the Limelight Hotel, in the center of it all is an ice rink surrounded by fire pits, which turns into an events lawn in the summer for outdoor concerts, a farmer’s market and more.

STATISTICS

Elevation: 8,104 Ft

Population: 2,826 (2010 estimate)

County: Pitkin

SKI AREAS

Snowmass Mountain 

Aspen Mountain

Aspen Highlands

Buttermilk

SCHOOLS

Aspen Elementary

Aspen Middle School

Aspen High School

Country Day School

Market Statistics

AS OF JANUARY 1st, 2019
SINGLE FAMILY
Single Family Sold Volume
$130M
Single-Family Sold Average Price / Square Foot
$909
Single-Family Average Sold Price
$3.72M
CONDOMINIUMS
Condo Sold Volume
$101M
Condo Sold Average Price/ Square Foot
$770
Condo Average Sold Price
$1.02M

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