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Thanksgiving in Summit County, Colorado




This is year, why not take a visit to the Great Rocky Mountains and celebrate your Thanksgiving holiday in Summit County? All of the towns offer something for everyone! Visit one or visit all!

Breckenridge offers skiing, cross country skiing, and hosts an abundance of shopping and dining on Main Street. On Thanksgiving Day, hit the ski slopes and then stop in for a fantastic Thanksgiving Buffet offered from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm at Spencer's in Beaver Run Resort. A large variety of delicious offerings will include a carving station with prime rib and roasted turkey, a seafood display with shrimp, snow crab legs and salmon, entrees including fish, poultry and traditional side dishes, chef's

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Status List Price House Type Area Complex Subdivision Address Beds Baths Living Area Square Footage Year Built Sold Price
Active $382,000 CONDO Breckenridge, Colorado VAL DISERE CONDO 301 N FRENCH STREET N Unit#113 1 1 442 1972  
Active $419,900 CONDO Breckenridge, Colorado GOLD CAMP CONDO II 1155 SKI HILL ROAD Unit#114 1 1 585 1972  
Active $575,000 CONDO Breckenridge, Colorado FOREST HAUS CONDO 311 S HIGH STREET S Unit#210 2 1 754 1971  
Active $599,000 CONDO Breckenridge, Colorado WOODS MANOR 290 BROKEN LANCE DRIVE Unit#A-203 1 2 1,068 1985  
Active $659,000
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Located in the heart of Summit County is the Town of Silverthorne. Silverthorne has endless highlights such as access to world-class outdoor adventure, a welcoming community, and a thriving arts and culture scene. Combined with breathtaking Rocky Mountain and Blue River views, Silverthorne is the perfect place to put down roots or invest in a vacation property. A great way to experience mountain living with all the amenities of urban living is in Silverthorne’s new development, 4th Street Crossing. 

4th Street Crossing


Photo credit: 4th Street Crossing


This new, innovative project in downtown Silverthorne is built with community in mind for both residents, second home owners, and visitors.  The development will be

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Crisp mountain air, golden aspen leaves, the anticipation of winter and hiking trails to yourself are some of the highlights of “off-season” in the mountains. Ask Colorado mountain town locals what their favorite season is and many will answer with a definitive answer: Fall. This may also be the perfect time to buy a home. Summer is typically when the real estate market is the hottest. By September the housing market cools down, along with outdoor temperatures which makes it the ideal time to start shopping for your mountain getaway.


Here are seven reasons to buy a mountain home in the fall:


1- Sellers are motivated and there may be fewer buyers. Prices usually remain the same, but you might avoid a bidding war in the fall. Sellers are

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Are you craving more adventure in your life? Live where you play in Summit County, Colorado! Whether you’re into skiing, biking, fishing, rafting, hiking, or camping, there’s something for everyone. Summit county is the epicenter for adventure. In this article, we’ll break down a few Summit County activities and pair them with the best neighborhood.  




Colorado has one of the best reputations for coldsmoke powder, and the resorts in Summit County live up to it. Summit county is the pinnacle spot for amazing skiing all around. Our number one location pick for skiing is the Town of Breckenridge. You are only a short walk or free bus ride away from one of the best Ski Resorts in the world. The community has a mix of single

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Top 5 Reasons to Live in A Mountain Town



You’re traveling in the mountains and can’t help but look at the local real estate. What if you could have it all - live, vacation, and work in a mountain town. You can! There’s a reason people are leaving the metro and heading to the mountains. The quality of life mountain towns offer is unbeatable. We’ve compiled a list of the top 5 reasons to move to a mountain town. By the end, we hope you will be packing your bags and joining us in paradise. 


The Community 


Imagine being surrounded by relaxed, healthy, diverse and spontaneous people. You walk down Main Street and run into your neighbor heading to the gondola for a powder day, you walk another few blocks and run into your

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Discover Keystone, CO


The Keystone area boasts some of the best hiking, biking, skiing, and events in the world. There’s a reason the residents of Summit County live the longest in the United States with a life expectancy of 87 years old. Whether you are looking to become a permanent resident or looking for the perfect vacation home to fit your lifestyle, we have the area expertise to guide you smoothly through the real estate process. Below are a list of some of our top-pick subdivisions in Keystone and some fun events coming up this summer.

Ski Tip Ranch

Ski Tip Ranch is a collection of upscale duplexes, townhouses, condominiums, and single-family detached houses nestled in beautiful woodland on the east side of Keystone. When you’re

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Breckenridge Meets the Mountains and One of the Best Locations in Town!

Luxurious finishes are found throughout this modern ski chalet at the base of the Peak 9 Ski Area and chairlifts and steps to Main Street. Rental possibilities are endless from this highly sought after address; The Village at Breckenridge 655 South Park Avenue, Antero #404.




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Steps to all the hotspots of Main Street and offers an array of resort amenities including ski school, on-site ski rentals, heated underground parking, four outdoor hot tubs, an indoor/outdoor swimming pool, sauna, steam room, fitness room, and a shuttle. In the summer, you may relax by the Maggie Pond and in the winter months, enjoy ski-in / ski-out

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Ski season has come to a close but Summit County has enough awesome activities to fill your calendar year ‘round. If you can think of an outdoor activity, we’ve got the perfect place for you to go. From pristine hiking trails to paddleboarding on Lake Dillon, we’ve got enough to do to inspire the outdoor enthusiast in us all. In addition, Summit County has developed a thriving culture and community across the valley where neighbors gather for food, music, art, and more. Fill your summer schedule with some of our favorites.

Hiking & Mountain Biking

You’d be hard-pressed to find someone in Summit County who doesn’t enjoy hiking! The variety of trails to choose from is endless and so are the views. Silverthorne offers incredible access to White

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