From the Wall Street Journal, "A ski-in, ski-out home surrounded by forest in Colorado’s Beaver Creek Resort is hitting the market for $22 million.
Measuring about 10,500 square feet, the house sits on nearly 4 acres of mostly undeveloped land in Eagle County with views of the Rocky Mountains’ Gore Range. It is located in Beaver Creek’s Bachelor Gulch community, where just two of the roughly 100 homesites remain undeveloped, according to Bret Burton of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty, who shares the listing with colleagues Heather Losa and David McHugh.
The seller is Louisiana native Todd Davison. He bought the property in 2012 for $11 million to use as a vacation home with his family, often summering there to escape the hot and humid south, Mr. Davison said in an email."
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