Welcome to Red Mountain
Aspen’s most exclusive neighborhood is perched atop Pitkin Green’s highest knoll. From here, residents soak up views that span from Mt. Sopris to Independence Pass. This prestigious mountaintop enclave is unlike any other—with its close proximity to Aspen’s downtown, residents can stay on top of the latest trends while enjoying elite privacy.
Homes in Red Mountain are frequently some of Aspen’s highest value transactions—these immaculate homesteads cultivate an affluent community that’s the peak of luxury. This esteemed neighborhood fosters a prestigious atmosphere, and homes are built with grandeur in mind. Here, you’ll find carefully-constructed residences that incorporate state-of-the-art technology, utilize world-class building techniques, and construct breathtaking architecture. Because of Red Mountain’s stunning views, homes are frequently constructed with an abundance of large windows to soak up the natural light and make it easy to take in the panoramic vistas. This highly sought-after area is always hot on the market, and in-demand homes go fast.
What to Love
- Coveted real estate in an elite neighborhood
- Proximate to arts and culture
- Vibrant, active Aspen lifestyle
- Pristine vista views
- Nearby ski slopes aplenty
- Top-tier restaurants down the mountain
People & Lifestyle
Red Mountain’s breathtaking views are one of the first things that residents notice. It’s impossible not to be amazed by the gorgeous peak of Mt. Sopris in the distance and the dazzling lights of Aspen below. Home to the area’s wealthiest citizens, this preeminent neighborhood offers only the best in architecture and design. With a short commute down the mountain to Aspen’s city center, residents are never far removed from all of the comings and goings of city life yet enjoy the serenity of this exclusive enclave.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Red Mountain’s cliffside perch overlooks Aspen’s Central Core, where it’s a short drive down the mountain to the city’s beating heart. The French and Austrian owners of French Alpine Bistro
and Creperie du Village are dedicated to providing authentic cuisine in a locale that fosters community. For award-winning sushi and Japanese cuisine, Matsuhisa
is an Aspen favorite. This elegant eatery from Chef Nobu is sophisticated and sleek, tucked inside a historic Victorian home on Main Street. Meat & Cheese Restaurant and Farm Shop
is both a restaurant and gourmet food store, with offerings that fuse global cuisines to create one cohesive menu. After your meal, peruse the shop for pantry items to add to your at-home ingredient inventory.
Things to Do
Residents of Red Mountain have all of the robust arts, history, and cultural facilities of Aspen right beneath their fingertips. While homes in this neighborhood are far from the city’s seasonal crowds, residents can enjoy the best the city has to offer with ease. Relax with an afternoon of yoga at Aspen Shakti
, get a root touchup at Lather Salon
, or check out a poolside read at the Pitkin County Library.
Aspen hosts several annual events that Red Mountain residents are close to. The Aspen Music Festival
and the Aspen Jazz Festival
both celebrate music—classical tunes and jazz standards, respectively.
Residents near Aspen are fortunate to take advantage of Aspen’s exemplary educational institutions, and Red Mountain is no exception. A few of the most prestigious academic opportunities in the area include:
- Aspen Country Day School, PK-8
- Aspen Middle School, 5-8
- Aspen High School, 9-12