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Take a Look at Bill Koch's $100 Million Aspen Compound



Zillow; Douglas Elliman Real Estate

Interested in seeing one of the priciest mountain listings in the country? Well then look no further!

Billionaire businessman William "Bill" Koch (of Koch Industries) recently listed his mountain compound, Elk Mountain Lodge Properties, near Aspen, Colorado, for $100 million. 

According to Zillow, the property spans 82.6 acres and includes a log-and-stone main lodge, as well as many single-family homes and historic cabins. The total 43,229 square feet include: 

  • 28 bedrooms
  • 25 bathrooms
  • five half-bathrooms
  • an entertainment hall
  • a fitness room
  • an indoor basketball court
  • multiple spas
  • a four-car heated garage
  • a carriage house
  • a walk-in, temperature- and humidity-controlled wine room

Bill Koch is a sailor and avid collector of art, wine and, especially, maritime memorabilia. While the price of his expansive ski retreat does include furnishings, his art and collectibles are not included.

Go ahead and take a look at the gorgeous property below...

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