Aspen, Colorado. Defy Ordinary.
Welcome to Aspen. No other mountain town in the world provides the lifestyle and world-class entertainment that Aspen does.
The most famous ski resort in the world doesn’t disappoint when it comes to dining, arts, and outdoor adventure.
W ith a population of just under 7,500, Aspen is a world-class mountain resort year round. From it’s origin as a sleepy, silver boom town in the 1940’s, Aspen has morphed into an arts and cultural epicenter. Located at the top of the Roaring Fork Valley, Aspen is surrounded by majestic snow-capped mountain peaks and pristine wilderness.
Known as a town full of rich history and a luxurious lifestyle, Aspen provides a healthy, well-balanced lifestyle. From dining, arts, nightlife, and outdoor adventure, Aspen truly has it all.
Aspen is home to the Winter X Games, Food & Wine Classic, Jazz Labor Day experience, and many other well-known events throughout the year. With it’s breath taking landscape, world-class skiing and incredible real estate, it’s no wonder so many people call Aspen home.
Aspen Real Estate
A spen is an incredible place to call home and makes an ideal place for year-round living. You can find homes for sale in Aspen Colorado to fit any lifestyle, from high-end luxury estates and condominiums to quaint, mountain chalets. There are numerous neighborhoods you can find real estate in Aspen Colorado, including its picturesque downtown central core, Historic West End and the jaw dropping estates on Red Mountain.
There are homes for sale here that are truly breathtaking and the 2020 real estate market is experiencing an unprecedented pace and breaking all previous sales records.
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Schools in Aspen, CO
The Aspen School District has been “Accredited with Distinction” by the Colorado Department of Education from 2010 to 2014. In addition to the public schools, there are many acclaimed private schools serving the community. These are among the best-rated schools in Aspen:
Aspen School District Pre-School (PreK)
Aspen Country Day (PreK-8)
Silver Lining Ranch DC (PreK)
Early Learning Center (PreK)
Wildwood School (PreK)
Aspen Sprouts (PreK)
Mountain Kids Academy (PreK)
Ritz-Kids Day Care (PreK)
Aspen Pre-School (PreK)
Aspen Elementray (PreK-4)
Aspen Middle School (5-8)
Aspen High School (9-12)
Aspen Community Charter (PreK-8)
Things to do in Aspen, CO
Winter brings skiing on Aspen’s four area mountains, while summer is filled with hiking, biking, classical music concerts, theater in the park, lectures, and food and wine festivals.
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Located just steps from Aspen’s signature slopes and featuring premier amenities and St. Regis service, St. Regis® Residence Club, Aspen, offers a quintessential mountain retreat.
The Residences at The Little Nell are a limited collection of 26 magnificent, ski‑out, ski‑in Residences nestled on the edge of Aspen Mountain adjacent to the Silver Queen Gondola. The Residences are exclusively managed and operated by the highly recognized and acclaimed The Little Nell, Aspen’s only Forbes Five‑Star and AAA Five‑Diamond recognized hotel.
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Schools in Aspen, Vail and Crested Butte are reporting record interest and enrollment as part-time residents relocate to their vacation homes and urban buyers flock to mountain retreats. ...Read More →
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Tucked into the High Rockies on the Western Slope of Colorado, Aspen is renowned for its thriving seasonal scene. Aspen is located approximately 200 miles southwest of Denver and 130 miles east of Grand Junction at the southeastern most end of the Roaring Fork Valley.
Originally known as “Ute City”, Aspen was a booming silver mining town with more than 12,000 people, 6 newspapers, 2 railroads, 4 schools, 3 banks, electric lights, a modern hospital, 2 theaters, opera house and a very small brothel district. In 1893 the Sherman Silver Act demonetized silver, which marked the decline as a mining town.
In 1880 the town was renamed to Aspen. After the decline of mining in the Town, another “gold mine” was discovered – snow. Thanks to Chicago industrialist Walter Paepcke – who discovered a sleepy, post-Colorado Silver Boom city in the 1940’s – and his wife Elizabeth, a plan was developed to reinvent the area as a utopia. Their ambitious vision was achieved soon after and has since morphed into an arts and cultural epicenter of the world.
In 1946 the Aspen Skiing Corporation was founded and in 1950 it hosted the FIS World Championships, which confirmed Aspen’s status as an international resort.
Tucked in the upper end of the Roaring Fork Valley and surrounded by pristine wilderness, the area is home to many incredible hiking and biking trails. It’s Mother Nature’s playground at 8,000 feet; this area has something for everyone all year. Winter brings skiing on Aspen’s four area mountains, while summer blooms with hiking, biking, classical music concerts, theater in the park, lectures, and food and wine festivals.
When it comes to Aspen home for sale, there are properties for every taste and desire. Large single family homes can be found throughout the city and range from palatial estates to Victorian mining homes. Near Aspen, you can find world-class hiking and biking trails. Some of the largest single family homes can be found on Red Mountain and Starwood. Near Aspen, you can also find homes for sale in neighboring Snowmass.
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