The Mountain House is located at 905 E. Hopkins Ave. on a residential street a few blocks out of the downtown core. It is one of only a few remaining bed-and-breakfast-style small lodges in town. Staff at the lodge said rooms go for around $200 to $220 a night, which includes a homemade breakfast

ASPEN REAL ESTATE – The Mountain House Lodge, a 26-room bed and breakfast in Aspen, is in foreclosure with an auction scheduled for late March. The sale, conducted by the Pitkin County Public Trustee, is scheduled for March 27 on the steps of the Pitkin County Courthouse. As of Nov. 5, 2012, the lodge’s owners — Mountain House Partners LLC of Breckenridge — owe Community Banks of Colorado $5.86 million on an $8.54 million loan from 2007. The owners purchased the property in 2007 for $7.98 million. Representatives of the group did not return calls seeking comment.The property has been under the control of a court-appointed receiver since November; the property also went into foreclosure that month.The owners have until March 12 to file a “notice of intent to cure,” which could stave off the foreclosure sale.
By Curtis Wackerle, Feb. 7, 2013 ADN

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