Best Neighborhoods for Luxury Ski Homes in Breckenridge

Best Neighborhoods for Luxury Ski Homes in Breckenridge

  • Maureen Lathrop
  • 10/18/22

The market for Breckenridge real estate is thriving right now, and many people are searching for luxury ski homes here. While there are several fantastic neighborhoods in the Breckenridge area for luxury living, a few stand out for various reasons. This article will help you determine which Breckenridge luxury neighborhood is the best choice for your next home purchase.

1. Timber Trail

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Timber Trail residents enjoy luxurious living mere steps away from some of the best skiing and snowboarding trails you’ll find anywhere in the world. The ski-in/ski-out community offers exquisite mountain views. And as a member of the Breckenridge Mountain Master Association, owners of Breckenridge real estate in Timber Trail can enjoy the amenities offered by One Ski Hill Place. Here you’ll find a state-of-the-art aquatic center, multiple hot tubs and swimming pools, a bowling alley, and a fire pit. Home prices range between $10 million and $20 million on average.

2. Westridge

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Many people shopping for Breckenridge CO homes for sale find Westridge one of their preferred options. The area has some three- and four-bedroom homes along with expansive mansions. Most homes offer hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, and spacious master bedrooms. You can conveniently walk over to the Beaver Run Base Area or look out over Bald Mountain without having to leave your home. The community was built during the 1990s and is split into three sections. Some vacant lots are available and open for custom-built homes if that’s your preference.

3. Gold Flake

Gold Flake sits near the Breckenridge Historic District and offers residents some of the best views of the Ten Mile Range that you’ll find anywhere in town. The neighborhood splits into three subdivisions and has houses ranging in price between $2 million and $4 million. Each one boasts contemporary finishes and stunning rustic designs. Some open lots can also be found at more than an acre. In Gold Flake, you’ll be a walk or short drive away from Mountain Fly Fishing and the Wellington Trail.

4. Highlands at Breckenridge

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At the Highlands at Breckenridge, you’ll find custom-built homes close to Breckenridge Golf Club and the Gold Run Nordic Center. You can reach downtown Breckenridge in 10 minutes or enjoy beautiful views of the Ten Mile Range while remaining closer to home. The area contains hundreds of homes, many vacant lots, and several open spaces for homeowners to enjoy time outside. You’ll find a few subdivisions inside the Highlands at Breckenridge, including Braddock Hill, Fox Crossing, and several others.

5. Snider Addition

Snider Addition is one of Breckenridge’s oldest and premier neighborhoods. First built in the 1880s, there are only 24 properties in total in the area. The largest homes exceed 6,000 square feet and sell for over $6 million. The neighborhood isn’t far from some of the best dining and shopping opportunities in the area, along with multiple five-star ski resorts. Nearby, you’ll find bus and shuttle stops that take you into town without requiring you to drive. The Victorian-style homes merge traditional and contemporary styles. In addition to the spacious mansions, you’ll also find several condos for sale in the area. Finally, you won’t be far from The Peaks Trail, where you can enjoy a 10-mile hike, trail run, or mountain bike ride that will take you near Miners Creek and Gold Hill trails.

6. Weisshorn

Weisshorn isn’t far from downtown Breckenridge, where you can access several delicious restaurants and cute boutique shops. The homes range in styles, but each one offers luxurious living and stunning views of the Ten Mile Range. Most are around 50 years old, and some boast eight bedrooms and nearly 6,000 square feet of space. The slopes are also close by, along with Breckenridge Pour House and Mountain View Coffee Bar, where locals and tourists enjoy delicious Irish coffee drinks, beer, wine, and cocktails.

7. Shock Hill

Some of the most expensive homes in the area are in Shock Hill, where prices reach as high as $15 million. However, homes vary in size and price, and other properties typically sell for closer to $3 million or $4 million. The BreckConnect gondola system stops in the neighborhood, which sits only one mile away from Breckenridge’s famous downtown district. Homes overlook the Ten Mile Range along with beautiful Cucumber Creek. Residents enjoy easy access to the Nordic Center and the Recreation Center, along with Peaks 7 and 8.

8. Fairways at Breckenridge

Ever played golf with the mountains in the background? Regardless of your skill level or handicap, this experience is unlike any other. The Fairways at Breckenridge sit adjacent to Breckenridge Golf Club. You can find houses for sale alongside holes one, three, four, and six. The golf course was designed by Jack Nicklaus and features 27 holes with pristine views. Downtown Breckenridge is a short drive away, and many residents enjoy ski-in/ski-out privileges.

As you can see, no two neighborhoods are the same. Each one features a wide range of luxurious benefits and amenities for its residents. While each of these neighborhoods is excellent in its own right, there may be one that stands out among the others as your preferred choice for Breckenridge luxury living.

As you get a better idea of where you might want to purchase Breckenridge real estate, consider giving Colorado Mountain Living a call. Maureen Lathrop and Joe Alvine are trusted guides and a valued resource for many as they shop for Breckenridge CO homes for sale, and they would love to have the opportunity to help you find your ideal ski luxury home.

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