Available June 20-27, 2014 at discounted rate! This 3,600 sq. Ft. Home is the ultimate location for your mountain retreat. After a vibrant day of skiing, hiking, fishing or site seeing, picture yourself relaxing in a splendid hot tub with panoramic views of the elk mountain range. The beautiful home is secluded, private, secure, has all the creature comforts; yet in is only a short drive to town. It has four bedrooms, large kitchen and dining area and a huge rec room complete with large hd tv, pool table and lounging area. The views from the large deck are simply awe inspiring.
Ski world-class resorts (aspen/snowmass) just a short drive from the house. Enjoy the famous Glenwood hot springs pool, world-class fishing, biking and hiking, wildlife viewing, rafting/kayaking, and fine dining -- or unwind in the hot tub overlooking the entire roaring fork valley.
No need to travel far to enjoy the outdoors. This gated community covers over 2000 acres and has hiking and biking trails just a few minute walk from the house. Have a mentioned the views! Bring your camera you won't want to miss these incredible vistas and the abundant wildlife that live right in 'the neighborhood'.
This comfortable, clean mountain home has everything you need and then some including radiant in-floor heat for silent, consistent comfort.
The main-level living area has a fireplace, incredible views and is wonderfully furnished for your comfort. The dining and kitchen area includes a table for 8 and barstool seating for 4.
The master bedroom is on the main floor, featuring a california king bed, a fireplace, private bath, huge closets and patio doors that go right out to the hot tub!
Complete with modern appliances and plenty of room, the kitchen has everything you need for gourmet cooking.
The rec room is the ultimate place for relaxing and playing with friends and family. Complete with a large hd tv, dvd, pool table and plenty of furniture to kick back and reminisce.
Downstairs has three comfortable bedrooms and two full bathrooms. Each bedroom is large with plenty of closet space. Two of the rooms have walk out doors where you can watch birds, deer, turkey and the occasional bobcat just a few yards from your door.
In this home you will feel like you are nestled in a mountain hideaway but it is just minutes from everything you want to do. It has a six-person hot tub, wifi internet, directtv, pool table, high-efficiency washer and dryer, gas grill, awe inspiring views, and is the perfect place for you to call home.
This house makes for an affordable vacation for family and friends. It has everything you need and we will even leave you with some tips on places to see that are a bit off the beaten path. We can help make your vacation one you will never forget.
After a vibrant day of skiing, hiking, fishing or site seeing, picture yourself relaxing in a warm hot tub overlooking a panoramic view of the Elk Mountain Range. The beautiful home is secluded, private, secure, has all the creature comforts; yet in is only a short drive to town.
The Roaring Fork Valley—and Aspen, its crown jewel—is the quintessential Colorado Rocky Mountain High. A row of the state's famed Fourteeners (peaks over 14,000 feet) guards this valley. This area has it all.
It's a region of meadows, aspen groves and the soaring alpine peaks of the Elk Mountains, as well as stark red cliffs and pine forest. The Ute Indians inhabited the area before the mining boom of the late 19th century. Following the silver crash of 1803, coal mining drove the local economy, through the early 20th century. Today, the valley towns are largely comprised of refurbished original storefronts housing galleries, boutiques, cafes, bakeries, coffee houses and restaurants, but the remnants of ghost towns can be found throughout the valley.
The Roaring Fork Valley is an the ultimate place for outdoor recreation. Summer provides for camping, kayaking, rafting, horseback riding, fishing, climbing, hiking, road cycling, and mountain biking to name a few. And in winter, world-class skiing abounds with five major resorts within a 30 minute drive.
The Roaring Fork Valley begins on Independence Pass and follows the Roaring Fork River from Aspen to Glenwood Springs.
River valleys connecting to the Roaring Fork valley include the Castle Creek valley, home of the Ashcroft ghost town; the Maroon Creek Valley, home to the famous Maroon Bells and Pyramid Peak; the Fryingpan Valley, home to Ruedi Reservoir and the remote towns of Meredith and Thomasville; and the Crystal River Valley, home to the historic town of Redstone and the famous Redstone Castle.
Cities and towns in and around the Roaring Fork Valley include: Aspen, Snowmass Village, Old Snowmass, Woody Creek, Basalt, El Jebel, Carbondale and Glenwood Springs.
One highway, Highway 82, winds its way the length of the valley connecting with Interstate 70 forty miles away in Glenwood Springs. Public buses, operated by the Roaring Fork Transportation Agency, serve the entire valley and stop about every half hour at stops from Aspen to Glenwood Springs. There are intercept parking lots that accommodate the bus system in Carbondale and Basalt. Ample public parking is available at the intercept lot at the intersections of Highway 82 and Brush Creek Road and in Aspen at the Rio Grande parking facility.
There are abundant opportunities for recreation in the Roaring Fork and adjacent valleys. You can find everything from skiing to gold medal fly fishing, hiking, biking, whitewater rafting and kayaking, climbing, golf, tennis and more.
Arts and cultural offerings include everything from a world famous music festival to ballet, celebrations of food and wine, gatherings for the intellect and the environmentalist and for writers and poets.
Think of this area as a place where one can find the comforts and stimulation of the city within the insulation of a pristine mountain getaway
The home is the prefect place to relax and unwind after exploring the vast opportunities that await you.
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4 night minimum stay
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|Property Damage Protection||$89|
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