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Custom Home 159 Spalding Terrace Breckenridge


159 spalding terrace breckenridge Custom Home 159 Spalding Terrace Breckenridge


Sun, views and privacy make up the setting for this beautifully detailed custom home for a longtime local family. Owner and architect Robert Dickson, principal of Equinox Architecture, along with builder Level One Building Company, Inc. and a team of talented craftsmen, have created an exciting and artistic home. As with all Equinox Architecture projects, the inspiration for this floor plan is Read more »

182 Campion Trail Breckenridge Custom Home

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Another Pinnacle Mountain Homes’ classic, this beautifully crafted mountain rustic home is nestled within walking distance to all Read more »

230 Timberlane Circle Custom Home Breckenridge

Builder: Vision Builders of Summit County, LLC.

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230 Timberlane Circle features inspiring architecture, showcasing the hottest blended design of mountain contemporary with classical Old World styling. The home is built in a picturesque rural mountain neighborhood, offering a convenient and valuable in-town location. It also offers spectacular views of the mountains with a back yard of boundless national forest. A distinctive front entry sets the tone with hefty, curved, exposed beams and a metal roof supported by large moss-rock-wrapped columns. Read more »

Custom Home 80 North Woods Lane Breckenridge

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By incorporating elements from the Old World with modern convenience and technology, the European-based homeowners have created their unique American home for family and friends in the mountains of Breckenridge Colorado. Interior stone archways link the living areas to the entry foyer, where the character of reclaimed Douglas fir post and beam creates an atmosphere of warmth and tradition.  The freeform, hand-crafted timber frame staircase leads to the secluded second floor master suite, which features a spa-style bathroom and Read more »

Soon, it may be easier to find open houses in Breckenridge

real estate sale Soon, it may be easier to find open houses in BreckenridgeA group of real estate agents have petitioned Breckenridge town council to allow them to put up signs directing people to open houses. They submitted 30 letters showing support for their cause.

Currently, and for more than 10 years, the town code has only allowed a single “open house” sign on the property for sale. It doesn’t permit any other signs directing drivers through twists and turns of neighborhoods. As a result, Read more »

Custom home in Breckenridge 82 Victory Lane

82 Victory Lane Breckenridge

Builder : Kodiak Enterprises, inc .

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In both design and décor, this contemporary yet rustic luxury home suggests the mining era history of Breckenridge. The top level entry, with slate floors, stone walls and timber trellis, starts your experience as you descend by timber and glass elevator or timber stairs into a truly comfortable environment where you can enjoy life fully. The massive two-sided stone fireplace dominates the great room, while filtered views of Baldy Mountain are enjoyed with a southeastern exposure. Three of five bedroom suites are Read more »

Luxury strikes Breckenridge again

water house main street breckenridge Luxury strikes Breckenridge again

On Aug. 22, developers started building Water House on Main Street in Breckenridge — a $70 million condo

complex with 55 luxury units, which are close to Quicksilver lift at the base of Peak 9.

Developers dubbed the interior design and furnishings, by Ranch House Design, as the “highest quality” in Breckenridge. Oz Architecture in Boulder designed the buildings, which will include a pool, 7 hot tubs, parking underground and a valet to carry skis.

Storage, instead of homes, may come to Breckenridge

1181908121 3a8e07d7d4 o Storage, instead of homes, may come to BreckenridgeThe town of Breckenridge wanted townhome development, but it might be getting 60,000 square feet of storage units, instead.

Kurt Ave and Kirk Mickelsen think it’s more profitable to build storage on 4 acres they own on Highway 9, across from 7-Eleven. If they built townhomes, more than half would have to be affordable housing, according to town guidelines. So, in essence, the town’s stringent affordable housing demands on new developers are shooting both parties in the foot, and Ave and Mickelsen have decided not to play the game.

The county approved the Super Storage in 2007, despite the town’s concerns. Ave and Mickelsen plan to start construction by mid-fall. They say there’s a demand for the units.

Mining-claim on Peak 6 makes news

Robert Sasick, from northern Colorado, owns a 10-acre mining claim, located about 1,500 feet from a proposed lift on Peak 6 and 300 feet from a Peak 7 run.

It’s zoned as backcountry, which means someone could buy it, but the biggest house that could be built on it would be 1,200 square feet. Plus, the Forest Service would have to give special permission to access a home there.

Still, Sasick is marketing it. A local real estate agent says the land is basically worth whatever someone is willing to pay for it. Sasick doesn’t say how much he wants, but it’s beyond the budget to buy it for open space. Meanwhile, Vail Resorts says its not interested, though it did make an offer the owner refused several years ago. He’s owned the land since 1962 and isn’t in any hurry to sell.

The privately owned land wouldn’t affect Vail Resort’s Peak 6 development.

Sales price reaches new record in Breckenridge

breckenridge home Sales price reaches new record in BreckenridgeIn August 2007, a Breckenridge home sold for $5.5 million, breaking all previous high sales prices. People wondered if it might be a fluke, but it turns out that even in this rather shaky economy, fetching $5.5 million or more for a Summit County real estate property isn’t unrealistic.

On July 15, 2008, another Breckenridge real estate transaction made history with a sale of $5,550,000. Read more »

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