The Millionaires Living in a Mining Cabins


Near a heart of Aspen, Colo., sits a tiny miner’s cabin with a white façade, ethereal posts and deep roof. It looks accurately a same as when it was erected in 1883 amid a city’s mining boom, a 14-year duration in that Aspen constructed one-sixth of a country’s silver.

Today, Aspen is a tony review city packed with billionaires and celebrities. And that common cabin is only a masquerade of what’s now a 15,500-square-foot, mostly subterraneous private chateau that took 6 years and about $20 million to build.


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