Billionaire Bill Koch Puts Aspen Compound on the Market for $100 Million

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Billionaire businessman Bill Koch is reportedly shopping around his 82.6-acre estate in Aspen, Colorado for a cool $100 million.


The Elk Mountain Lodge Properties—a mammoth compound whose pièce de résistance is a nearly 15,000-square-foot mountain lodge made of stone and massive logs, surrounded by several other single-family homes and cabins—features a stunning total of 28 bedrooms, 25 full baths, five half-baths, an entertainment hall, and an indoor basketball court.



Multiple spas, a four-car heated garage, and a carriage house with a walk-in, temperature-controlled wine room also rest on the oil baron’s grounds.



The 74-year-old—who boasts a net worth of over $4 billion, according to Forbes—is including all of the home’s furnishings in the grand sale, with the exception of all artwork, artifacts, collectibles, and personal items.



Even if it’s sold for half of its current asking, Koch’s epic listing will still top fraternal twin David Koch‘s sale of Jackie Kennedy‘s Fifth Avenue pad in 1995, which the brother ended up gutting and selling for $32 million.


See more photos of the incredible mountainside property below, courtesy of Zillow:

Craig Morris of Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty currently holds the listing.

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