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6 cozy homes for skiers

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Homes for skiers.

Ludlow, Vermont. This ski-in, ski-out home sits on a 1-acre lot on the side of Okemo Mountain Resort. Built in 2003, the seven-bedroom, Adirondack-style house has a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, a chef's kitchen with pizza oven, a wine room, a theater, and a game room.

An oversize deck offers mountain views. $2,750,000. Katherine K. Burns, William Raveis Real Estate, (802) 999-3989.

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Truckee, California. Located in the Mountainside of Northstar community, this four-bedroom condo has trail access from its front door. The furnished home includes a media room, radiant heating, a great room with a fireplace, and a ski room with boot warmers.

The outdoor area features two large decks, a hot tub, and a fireplace. Ownership comes with a membership at the Ritz-Carlton and Lake Tahoe Spa. $3,600,000. Sales office, (877) 495-7984.

Stateline, Nevada. Built in 1961, this furnished three-bedroom home close to Heavenly Mountain Resort was completely renovated in 2016. Details include large corner windows, a cedar floating staircase, log interior walls, a stone fireplace, and a ski locker.

Two decks, a hot tub, and a fire pit overlook the 1-acre property, and there are panoramic lake and mountain views. $1,495,000. Brooke and Chris Hernandez, Chase International, (775) 588-6130.

Big Sky, Montana. This 2017 five-bedroom home stands among mature pines along Wildwood Ski Run at Big Sky Resort. The timber-constructed house has oversize windows, an open-concept kitchen, a two-story great room with a wood-burning fireplace, a downstairs wine bar, and a ski room.

Outside are railed decks, hot tub hookups, and a quick glide to Stagecoach chairlift. $3,300,000. Ania Bulis, The Big Sky Real Estate Co., (406) 580-6852.

Beaver Creek, Colorado. Constructed in 1983, this five-bedroom contemporary home was one of the first in the area. The open-floor-plan residence features exposed beams, vaulted wood ceilings, a stone fireplace, and floor-to-ceiling glass walls that open to the out-side.

The 1.1-acre wooded property lies close to a multi-access road to Beaver Creek Village. $3,995,000. Tye Stockton, LIV Sotheby's International Realty, (970) 471-2557.

Camden, Maine. On a dead-end road near Camden Snow Bowl, this three-bedroom home was built in 1981. The barn-style architecture features exposed metal beams, wood ceilings, multiple woodstoves, and a kitchen with brick floors and roomy wood countertops.

The landscaped 1.8-acre property offers views of Hosmer Pond. $398,500. Jeri Holm, Camden Real Estate Co., (800) 236-1920.

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