Billionaire Koch Brother Reduces Price of Aspen’s Most Expensive Home to US$80 Million

Bill Koch’s then 55-acre home in Aspen was on the market in 2014 for roughly $90 million. It came off quickly, then reemerged for $100 million.

Bill Koch
Koch’s Elk Mountain Lodge in Aspen, Colorado (Photo: Billionaire.com)

Now, the properties include 40,000 square feet just in living space from the dozen or so residential buildings. Some niceties include a media room (a multitasking space that is also an altitude acclimation room), trout ponds, at least one dining area suitable for 15+, and multiple our-of-doors hot tubs.

Bill Koch
Koch’s Elk Mountain Lodge in Aspen, Colorado (Photo: Billionaire.com)

The main home was well-known as a guest ranch and is offered for purchase separate from the other three parcels of land (in fact, each parcel has a separate value listed). When purchased in 2007, Koch paid around $26 million according to The Wall Street Journal.

Bill Koch
Koch’s Elk Mountain Lodge in Aspen, Colorado (Photo: Billionaire.com)

Currently managed by Douglas Elliman Real Estate, the expanse is close to 15 kilometers from downtown and truly a piece of Aspen history.

Bill Koch
Koch’s Elk Mountain Lodge in Aspen, Colorado (Photo: Billionaire.com)
Bill Koch
Koch’s Elk Mountain Lodge in Aspen, Colorado (Photo: Billionaire.com)
Bill Koch
Koch’s Elk Mountain Lodge in Aspen, Colorado (Photo: Billionaire.com)
Bill Koch
Koch’s Elk Mountain Lodge in Aspen, Colorado (Photo: Billionaire.com)


Bill Koch
Koch’s Elk Mountain Lodge in Aspen, Colorado (Photo: Billionaire.com)
Bill Koch
Koch’s Elk Mountain Lodge in Aspen, Colorado (Photo: Billionaire.com)
Bill Koch
Koch’s Elk Mountain Lodge in Aspen, Colorado (Photo: Billionaire.com)

Source: Billionaire