Powderhorn Ski Resort to Sell at Absolute Real Estate Auction

Want to own part of a ski resort? Now's your chance.
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Want to own part of a ski resort? Now's your chance.
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Powderhorn Ski Resort is a 1,600 acre resort in Mesa, CO. On AUgust 4, the resort will be up for auction. The resort is home to 600 groomed acres and 44 trails, and will sell at absolute auction with no minimums and no reserves.

The Powderhorn Ski Resort will include four ski lifts, approximately 750 acres of real estate, a lodge, the Inn at Wildewood with 16 guest rooms of various occupancy, as well as the mountain operations building, equipment maintenance facility, dry storage building and an administrative building.

"We're excited for what the future of Powderhorn can be, and we know the potential that it has, so we're working with the leader in high-end real estate auctions to ensure a quick and positive experience for us and for the future owner," said Steve Bailey, the CEO and president of Powderhorn.

The auction will take place on Thursday, August 4. For additional information, visit powderhorn.com, or contact J. P. King at 800.558.5464 or visit the company's website at jpking.com.


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