Spanning 3,500 square feet, the Ranch House is the centerpiece of the community — a place where residents can gather. This facility features a dining room for up to 14 people, commercial kitchen, multiple living areas, open theater, wine room, Steinway Spirio Player Piano, wood and gas burning 12-foot-wide fireplace, tongue and groove rift white oak throughout, two half baths, full exterior kitchen, large covered patios, exterior gas fireplace with built-in benches.
The 2,500 square-foot state-of-the-art private gym/pool house unites a 25-yard pool, steam room, full weight room, his and her full locker rooms with showers and 12 lockers each, hot tub concealed by a retractable floor and a drink station/wet bar all under one roof.
An ode to Colorado’s western past, the historic barn offers an additional 2,000 square feet of entertaining space. Inside, there is a game room with five arcade games, air hockey, foosball, skee ball, ping-pong table, pool table and an 8-person bar. Wide planked engineered white oak floors and reclaimed barn wood throughout capture the mountain style. A 2,000 square-foot garage also houses four snowmobiles, eight four- wheelers, one Polaris RZR and four dirt bikes, as well as 2 full bathrooms upstairs and a powder room downstairs.
An equestrian’s dream — the horse barn includes eight horse stalls, one wash bay, tack room, feed room, 60-foot round pen and a 125-foot x 230-foot exterior riding arena.
Built and designed with uncompromising local craftsmanship and detail, eight luxury homesteads totaling 34,397 square feet have been thoughtfully placed on the ranch to maximize both privacy and views.
This homestead unites 5 bedrooms and 5.5 baths in 5,709 square feet, as envisioned by Poss Architecture. Articulated by an ornate internal courtyard, this home is defined by pasture, vegetable garden, water features on all sides and Independence Pass views.
Poss Architecture also designed this homestead to be expansive with 5,554 square feet of living space, 5 bedrooms and 5.5 baths. Expansive sliding glass doors create the ultimate inside/outside ambiance by framing rustic views of open pastures and mature cottonwoods.
Michael Fuller designed this 4-bedroom, 4.5-bath home with an elongated floorplan spread across 5,461 square feet and vaulted ceilings in every room. The ranch-style home overlooks the pasture and creek.
The views from the house are among the ranch’s most dynamic, thanks to its elevation. Expect to find dramatic scenes of waterfall, pond and cottonwoods with the red canyons in the background in the 5,750 square-foot, 5-bedroom and 5.5-bath residence designed by Poss Architecture.
Cross a bridge over the Red Canyon Creek to arrive at the largest and original homestead of Aspen Valley Ranch offering some of the best Elk Mountain range views. This Michael Fuller-designed home rests on the valley floor at the confluence of two mountains and encompasses 6,780 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 4.5-baths and a barn. Shrouded by mature cottonwoods to the west and nestled into the hillside to the east with expansive views that feel as if they are yours alone to enjoy, the residence makes the most of its ultra-private location.
Honoring the property’s past, the historic cabin serves as the perfect guesthouse in the center of the ranch with 1,992 square feet, 2 bedrooms and 2 baths.
Water & Infrastructure
Aspen Valley Ranch has its own water treatment facility onsite that pulls water from wells at the base of the ranch, pumps it up to a 160,000-gallon tank and then gravity-feeds it to the ranch. The surplus is stored in the event of a shortage or firewater would be drained from the tank. Water is also de-chlorinated, while ultraviolet rays kill any bacteria. The property’s vast water rights are supplied by Salvation Ditch and Waco Ditch, with seasonal runoff from the Dry Woody Creek ditch and Red Canyon.
Full infrastructure is in place on the property, ranging from one gig of dedicated Internet speed to a complete irrigation system for the lower plateau.