Get a load of the largest and most expensive home for sale in the state of Colorado this month as we take a look at 41 Popcorn Lane in Aspen, Colorado.

Enjoy over 16,000 square feet of living space in Aspen's immaculate mountain setting with unobstructed views of Independence Pass, and a location next to the famous Roaring Fork River in Pitkin County.

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Where is Popcorn Lane in Aspen, Colorado

Popcorn Lane is located about 5 miles South of downtown Aspen, off of Colorado 82. East of the property you'll be able to see all the way to Independence Pass from your fire pit. Scenic overlooks, hiking trails, and campgrounds surround the area.

Live on the Banks of the Roaring Fork River

This home was built in 2013 when you could still get a permit to build homes on the banks of the Roaring Fork River. Since you can no longer acquire a permit to build on the banks of the river here, the only option is to wait for someone to put a home on the market like this one. The property features a bridge over the river that leads to the guest house/caretaker home.

Enjoy Your Own His and Her Bathroom Suites

This home is presented by Craig Morris at (970) 379-9795. Another cool feature is that the primary bedroom suite offers super spacious his-and-her bathrooms so nobody gets in the way of your prep time each morning.

Keep going to see Colorado's largest and most expensive home on the market this September.

Aspen Colorado's Best-Kept Secret: Condo on Popcorn Lane

Imagine eight bedrooms, ten bathrooms, and an incredible mountain homestead on the banks of the Roaring Fork River in Aspen, Colorado. Listed just days ago at, this property is the largest and most expensive listing for the month of September 2023. Keep going to see inside a hundred-million-dollar residence.

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