Historic Breckenridge Homes and Condos For Sale in downtown, Breckenridge, Colorado.

Explore history on streets such as French, Harris, Ridge and subdivisions such as Yingling and Mickles, where history is to be discovered and never forgotten.

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Historic District of Breckenridge Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $4.7M
Lowest Price $2.8M
Highest Price $6.3M
Total Listings 4
Avg. Price/SQFT $1.6K

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Historic district homes For Sale | Breckenridge, Co

Established back in 1980, the Historic District of Breckenridge is one of the largest historic districts within the state of Colorado. Street names include those of French, Harris, Adams, High, Ridge and Main Streets, Lincoln and Washington Avenues, and Ski Hill Road. Subdivisions include Abbett, Snider, Bartlett and Shock, Stiles, Valley Brook Cemetary, and Yingling and Mickles. In the Breckenridge Historic District, you will find a wealth of charming, Victorian homes. Roughly 72 acres comprise the Historic District of Breckenridge, Colorado.

Breckenridge Historic District

December 16, 1961, Rounds and Porter, a Wichita, Kansas lumber company, opened the Breckenridge Ski Area, and a new boom era began.  Transportation improvements fueled a new Breckenridge recreation “rush.”  The Eisenhower Tunnel, on Interstate 70, was completed in 1973 and reduced the drive time from Denver to Breckenridge to an hour and a half.  Consequently, with the relatively easy access from the Denver metro area, the high country’s recreational activities became increasingly popular. 


Want to explore the Breckenridge Historic District? The Breckenridge Heritage Alliance offers many walking and snowshoeing tours, exploration of old mines, and Victorian teas.

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