Skiers and hikers alike flock to Breckenridge – or “Breck” as the locals call it – for its all-season outdoor wonderland, historic downtown district and a sense of sanctuary that can only come from being cradled amongst the stunning scenery of the Rocky Mountains. Breckenridge has become a revered haven for second-home buyers since it’s only 90 minutes from Denver, making homes in the region a sought-after commodity almost as soon as they hit the market.
Enter this one-of-a-kind mountain retreat with its prime position on the golf course, views of Ten Mile Range and abundant vacation-style amenities. Built only in 2000, the 8,085 square-foot stone-and-wood abode is nestled among majestic pines, shrouding it in privacy and nature. The interiors reflect an elegant yet timeless expression of mountain style with stunning wood flooring in the main living area, soaring rustic-beamed ceilings, five fireplaces and generous use of stone throughout. “It’s a perfect blend of modern and mountain,” says listing agent Keri Emery of Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties. A dynamic floorplan ensures easy multi-generational living and entertaining with two primary bedroom suites, a bunk room, three additional bedrooms with ensuite baths, plus two dining areas. Two large outdoor decks with fire pits beckon guests to enjoy the fresh mountain air day or night. This is a place to enjoy year-round with an indoor swimming pool, sauna, media room, game room, outdoor hot tub and steam shower – every amenity you need for a luxe mountain escape.
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