Silverthorne homes range from quaint A-frames on the top of Ptarmigan Mountain to multi-million-dollar luxury homes located on the golf course.
Many locals live in modest-size homes near the Silverthorne Recreation Center. This neighborhood is a great place to raise a family and establish a sense of community. Homes range from older to recently remodeled. Some homes even have the privilege of having the Blue River and a bike path in their backyards, set against the dramatic backdrop of Buffalo Mountain and neighboring peaks. Read more
Many homes on Ptarmigan Mountain were built in the 1960s and 1970s as vacation cabins, but the hidden beauty of Ptarmigan Mountain is the amount of land that comes with the home. You won't find any postage-stamp size lots up here. Forested lots open to views of snow-capped peaks. Many homeowners have added on spacious additions to their homes, and several are relatively new constructions.
If you're looking for luxury living, there are plenty of neighborhoods in Silverthorne that team with structures adorned with logs, massive beams and artistic stonework. Hamilton Creek, above South Forty, lines the mountaintop with custom Silverthorne homes, from Asian inspired to rustic living. Mesa Cortina, near Wildernest, hosts several beautifully crafted oversize log "cabins." Homes at Angler Mountain Ranch are surrounded by open space, preserving the look and feel of what mountain life is about. Angler Mountain Ranch is one of the newest developments in Silverthorne, and may be one of the last large-scale developments before the town reaches build-out. Massive, million- and multi-million-dollar homes also line the golf course at the Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks. Homes for sale Silverthorne Colorado. Search all homes for sale in Silverthorne CO
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