Anytime you check out a real estate listing in Colorado's Roaring Fork Valley, there's a good chance that it's going to cost seven figures. The main towns in the area include Aspen, Basalt, and the old stomping grounds of the late, great Hunter S. Thompson, Woody Creek.

Regardless of the steep price tag, these places are fun to check out, and the property we're going to look at today is only part of the entire listing, but it's definitely the most unique part.

Colorado Fly Fishing Cabin Compound for Sale

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The entire property is located at 0969/1043 Willits Lane in Basalt, Colorado. It includes a huge, beautiful house that was built in 2021, but the most unique part of this listing is what occupies the rest of the property - a cabin compound that would be any fly fisherman's dream come true.

On this part of the property, you'll see that there are numerous cabins that are nicer than anything Abraham Lincoln lived in, as well as a teepee and covered wagons that have been converted into lodging areas and fitted with numerous bunk beds.

The entire property is literally right on the banks of the Roaring Fork River, and is far enough away from the hustle and bustle of Aspen, or even Basalt for that matter, to enjoy peace and tranquility.

There's also a huge back patio area with a fire pit and plenty of comfortable seating, also right on the banks of the river.

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