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Spruce Mountain Estate: Park & Fly

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Spruce Mountain Estate
Spruce Mountain Estate

So you’ve got this new plane that you so love that you dare not take your sight off it. Unfortunately, you can’t keep your baby anywhere else if you don’t have your own runway and hangar. Good news! There’s one property that suits the pilot in you. This Spruce Mountain Estate is on 196 acres of land in Larkspur, Colorado with two houses, a main house and a carriage house. But more importantly, you’ll also get a 5,000 foot runway and hangar! Perfect for flying your jets, provided they’re not that heavy. The house has an elevator and a lap pool, but if you’re an aircraft nut, you’ll care less about the house than the runway. $15,000,000.

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One Comment to “Spruce Mountain Estate: Park & Fly”

  1. 06-10-2009 at 12:31 pm
    Boeing 737-200

    […] of about 3,800 miles, or more than the distance from Denver to Hawaii. If you’ve bought the Spruce Mountain Estate, you can lengthen the runway a little bit and you’ll be able to fly your 737 and park this […]

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