There’s nothing else quite like coming home to your own house each night on vacation. Our lovingly-managed houses in Colorado and Missouri feature many family friendly amenities to make you feel right at home.
Each property is surrounded by trees and nature, near restaurants and shopping. If you enjoy scenic views and outdoor activities, these homes are the place to stay! Perfect for retreats, weddings, reunions and other special events.
And if you are a sports fanatic, come and enjoy one of the best ski mountains in the world at your doorstep. What’s more, there is ample opportunity to go cycling, hiking, climbing, fishing, and hunting, among many other activities.
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This three-level home is perfect for large groups any season of the year. There are five bedrooms, four full baths and two half baths. The property is great for weddings, receptions, reunions, etc. For gatherings, you will love the large dining room and the vaulted great room with magnificent views of the Continental Divide.
Take a shuttle or short walk to the town of Breckenridge Victorian mining town – a real town. It has more night life than anywhere else in Summit County, with over 200 restaurants and shops. Besides the usual skiing in winter and hiking and biking in summer, Breckenridge offers a summer music festival with orchestral performances from classical to contemporary music.
This large home in Breckenridge is within walking distance of restaurants, shops, and shuttles to the mountains. The views of Peaks 8, 9, and 10 are truly unmatched. There are six bedrooms: four with queen-size beds and two with two single beds each; house has five full baths. This newly remodeled home was completed in July, 2002. The half-acre lot offers seclusion while being just three blocks off Main Street. Breckenridge is a 140 year old Victorian mining town – a real town. It has more night life than anywhere else in Summit County, with over 200 restaurants and shops. Besides the usual skiing in winter and hiking and biking in summer, Breckenridge offers a summer music festival with orchestral performances from classical to contemporary music.
Other town amenities include: a large fitness center, a Jack Nicklaus Golf Course, world-class skiing, and tons of charm. Nearby Ski Resorts include Vail, Beaver Creek, Keystone, Copper Mountain, and Arapahoe Basin. A major outlet mall is 20 minutes away and the historic Central City casino town is less than an hour away. This non-smoking home also features a vaulted front room/dining room adjoining a large beamed great room complete with an entertainment center. Peaks 8, 9, and 10 can be viewed from these rooms. Among the pines in the rear of the house is a large sheltered hot tub.
Prospectors entered what is now Summit County (then part of Utah Territory) during the Pikes Peak Gold Rush of 1859, soon after the placer gold discoveries farther east at Idaho Springs. Breckenridge was founded to serve the miners working rich placer gold deposits discovered along the Blue River. Placer gold mining was soon joined by hard rock mining, as prospectors followed the gold to its source veins in the hills. Gold in some upper gravel benches north of the Blue River was recovered by hydraulic mining. Gold production decreased in the late 1800s, but revived in 1908 by gold dredging operations along the Blue River and Swan River. The Breckenridge mining district is credited with production of about one million troy ounces (about 31,000 kilograms) of gold.
The gold mines around Breckenridge are all shut down, although some are open to tourist visits. The characteristic gravel ridges left by the gold dredges can still be seen along the Blue River and Snake River,ski home breckenridge and the remains of a dredge are still afloat in a pond off the Swan River.
Notable among the early prospectors was Edwin Carter - Log Cabin Naturalist who decided to switch from mining to collecting wildlife specimens. His log cabin built in 1875 exists today and has been recently renovated by the Breckenridge Heritage Alliance with interactive exhibits and a small viewing room with a short creative film on his life and the early days around Breckenridge. article original
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