Living in the famous ski town of Vail, Colorado isn't the most affordable, but the price of homes goes way up if they're located on the ski mountain.

There is currently a real estate listing for a massive estate located right on the mountain and is said to be one of the best ski in-out homes in the entire town.

Massive Ski-In Out Estate for Sale in Vail Colorado

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As mentioned above, the estate is located right on Vail's famous ski mountain at 107 Rockledge Road. What sets this home apart from others is that you can ski right into it, as well as right out of it.

The estate has a total of eight bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, and a two-car garage all on a 0.67-acre lot. In total, the home has 12,447 square feet of living space.

Built in 2007, the massive estate is currently listed for $49,500,000.

In addition, you'll find that the entire home is elegant with a wine cellar, a billiards room, two massive showers, plenty of living room space, a bar, and more.

The exterior of the home features a huge deck with breathtaking views, a firepit, multiple pools, plenty of comfortable places to sit and take in the surrounding scenery, and more.

While the price tag is quite hefty at nearly $50 million, one quick tour of the gigantic estate will show you exactly why it's worth so much money, in addition to the reputation it gets for being one of the best of its kind in Vail.

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