It actually depends on to what beginning value it's being added. In other words, if most of the homes in the neighborhood have equally lovely and unobstructed views, there's not much to add to comparable sales in that area. If however, most of the homes in the immediate area, or the same subdivision, do not have similar views of the mountains, there is certainly a number of buyers who would pay a premium for the view. However, this is assuming all other things being equal...in other words, the home has a desirable floor plan, a nice lot and has no deferred maintenance or updating required. Bottom line, any thing that differentiates a home from those immediately surrounding it is only worth what a buyer is willing to pay. If you'd like to have the comparable sales sent to you, I'm happy to do so...no obligation of course!