Breckenridge real estate presents a vast selection of condos and homes for sale at the world famos resort. There are homes for sale from just south of Dillon Reservoir to Blue River. Townhomes and condominiums for sale make ideal primary residences or vacation homes. There are residences of all shapes and sizes in this diverse community, including luxurious, exclusive single-family homes with seven or more bedrooms to the more affordable studio one- and two-bedroom condos. There are a few new subdivisions with upscale residences and some empty lots for future builds. Our newest office in Breckenridge focuses primarily on buying and selling real estate in this magnificent mountain community.
Surrounded by national forest, Breckenridge is a beautiful place to call home. The town is an outdoor paradise, with a meticulous network of hiking and biking trails, and a world-class ski resort. Breckenridge is a National Historic District, and the downtown has beautiful 19th Century structures that have been around since the town's fervent mining days. The charming Historic District offers residents and visitors a vast selection of restaurants, bars, and boutique shopping. It's the perfect place to enjoy a posh dinner with a relaxing moonlight stroll afterward.
North of downtown is a luxury subdivision with the best views in town. The prestigious neighborhood has distinctive homes and boasts the only 27-hole Jack Nicklaus-designed municipal course in the United States. During the winter months, the golf course is used as a Nordic Ski Center, with perfectly groomed cross-country skiing trails. The neighborhood is a little further from downtown, yet only minutes from the ski resort and amazing dining.
Adjacent to Breckenridge Ski Resort is Peak Nine, an elite neighborhood with luxury homes for sale within walking distance to the slopes. Maggie Pond, between the ski base and Main Street Station, is a summer hotspot for stand-up paddleboarding, fishing, and the annual Labor Day duckie races.
Across the pedestrian bridge at Maggie Pond is a wooded area south of Breckenridge that is both affordable and scenic. Residents here enjoy hiking along the Illinois Creek and exploring the banks of the magnificent Blue River.
Peak 10 delivers expert ski terrain with a fine selection of ski-in, ski-out homes in the Warrior's Mark subdivision. The Snowflake Lift in the neighborhood grants quick access to the entire ski resort. Located near wetlands, this part of Breckenridge is best known for its abundant wildlife, fantastic views, and easy access to hiking and biking trails.
Many of the homes in the upscale Highlands neighborhood come with added features like steam showers or jetted tubs, a private outdoor hot tub, fire pits, a den, media room, deck or patio.
The Snowflake Ski Lift makes a dramatic 45-degree turn halfway through its journey up the mountain. It's the only lift of its kind that does it.
Downtown Breckenridge is home to some of the most popular microbreweries in the state - Breckenridge Brewing Co. and Broken Compass Brewing.
The Swan River was a major mining area in the late 180ss, and a few ghost towns, old mines and dredge boats remain and can be found along some remote trails.
Breckenridge, has a population of with an average household income of $. When it comes to real estate occupancy specifics, approximately residents own their home and rent their home. As for the weather, the average summer high temperature is F and the yearly rainfall average is inches.
We invite you to explore the local real estate market in Breckenridge. There are currently residential listings on the market in Breckenridge with an average list price of homes for sale of $2,774K. Last month's average sold price was $2,461K. We have expert agents who know the real estate market in Breckenridge and are the professionals you need to help buy or sell your next property.
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