What would you pay for a luxury chalet in a private ski area? Fresh tracks every day? This 6,947-square-foot house, on two acres with 360-degree views of Lone Peak, the Spanish Peaks, and Pioneer Mountain in Big Sky, MT, is on the market now for $10-million.
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With four-bedroom and eight-bath, this chalet is located in the Yellowstone Club, America’s most expensive private ski resort. The stone and wood home is a masterpiece of western charm mixed with luxe amenities, including vaulted ceilings, high-end appliances, and a wine cellar.
Towering fireplaces add warmth to the spacious rooms, and the lower level features a home theater and wet bar. An oversized, heated two-car garage provides plenty of space for adventure gear, and a wood-crafted locker room ensures that your custom skis don’t scuff the wood floors.
Outside, 2,620-square-feet of outdoor living space makes the property feel even more spacious. Heated stone patios keep toes toasty on your way out to the hot tub, outdoor fireplace, and grill.
Still, all of these amenities pale in comparison to what you’re really paying for at the Yellowstone Club: Access to a near-empty ski resort. Owning a property here—plus a $400,000 deposit and $42,500 in annual dues—means skiing on 2,700 acres of trails and run after run of untracked powder.
Need even more? You can always rub elbows with the public at nearby Big Ski Resort, another giant ski area with 5,712 skiable acres.
If you’re ready to invest in some private powder, 364 Andesite Ridge Road is on the market now for $9,995,000. Now, if only I had 9,994,999 buddies to go in with me…