Urbanites tired of city crowds, grime, and smog might consider venturing “into the woods” to seek repose in cricket-quiet, cozy hideaways flanked by towering trees and colossal mountains (instead of dense blocks of concrete).
Below, we present five rustic multimillion-dollar homes for sale, each wonderfully framed by the great outdoors—far away from the city bustle.
Sited on the Aspen Championship Golf Course, this 5,346-square-foot cabin home—currently asking $5.495 million—features five bedrooms and six baths.
Overlooking Pyramid Peak, the residence is comprised of a great room, dining room, family room with a wet bar, a wine room, and an in-home theater, not to mention a porch with a fireplace—perfect for relaxing on chilly nights.
Poised along White Pine Canyon Road in Park City, Utah, this mammoth mansion—presently priced at $7.2 million—features nearly 9,000 square feet of living space, including six bedrooms and six-and-a-half baths.
Ideal for large-scale entertaining, the incredible home also touts ski-in/ski-out access.
Perched on a picturesque alpine ridge 500 feet above the city of Aspen, this bright, stone-and-brick mansion is now up for grabs for $13.9 million.
Sited on nearly eight acres, the ski-in/ski-out residence features nine bedrooms and 10.5 baths.
Sporting a rugged—yet elegant—western-style look, this gated ski lodge in Park City’s exclusive Deer Crest community showcases a slew of woodsy elements, from hand-carved wood panels and doors and enormous slab granite countertops, to a gigantic floor-to-ceiling, wood-burning fireplace and a den with a cowboy bar (complete with saddle seats).
The home also features a plush in-house theater, four-car garage, and a lower level ski prep room, plus a wine cellar.
Located just five minutes from downtown Aspen, this 6,423-square-foot haven consists of five bedrooms and seven-and-a-half baths.
Sited on nearly an acre, the bright and airy residence is now asking $9.8 million.