Muggins Gulch Home for Sale


An Allen Guerra design, set inside the 160 acre, pristine valley known as Muggins Gulch. This 7,300 sq ft home has an open mountain-modern design intended to bring the outside in with ample decks, patios and a sumptuous indoor/outdoor kitchen. Included is an all year round parking and ski locker at Peak 7. Only 15 mins from front door to downtown Breckenridge. There will only be 9 owners in Muggins Gulch sharing 130 acres of private open space. You’ll want to be one.

$5,249,000    MLS# S394085

Subdivision: Muggins Gulch



The most private and serene setting in the Highlands. Just ask the Elk that are often relaxing nearby at the seasonal…

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The Source Magazine is your go-to real estate information guide for Summit and Park Counties, provided by the expert team at Breckenridge Associates Real Estate. The Source will provide you with a snapshot of our current real estate listings and the real estate market in the area.

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Summit County cares about health. Kids, dogs and frogs have groups working for their health, and Summit is lucky enough to have a Forest Health Task Force, too.  This non-profit is currently looking for summer volunteers to help with forest projects. If you are a Summit County homeowner, joining the task force or its partner organization, Friends of the Dillon Range District, is a great way to learn about living in the wildland / urban interface.  There's more on this subject for homeowners on our Wildfire Protection page.

chart of defensible space in case of wildfire

The Forest Health Task Force needs volunteers to do a variety of citizen science and education initiatives. Diverse backgrounds and all ability levels are welcome — from those who don't know an elm from an aspen to trained…

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Wow! Ski season is already wrapping up. Now it is time to look ahead to what keeps us locals in the mountains…summer! If you were able to enjoy time in Summit County this ski season, now is a great time to start looking for your mountain retreat to enjoy this summer. You cannot beat the warm summer days and crisp evening air!

Here are Breckenridge Associates Real Estate Top 5 Deals for April 2018.

228 Cottonwood Circle
ELK OASIS! Location, location. The most PRIVATE and SERENE setting in the Highlands. Nestled on a quiet cul-de-sac, surrounded by OPEN SPACE and the fifth hole of the Elk Golf Course with seasonal stream...ELK come and lay down in your yard! Your doggies will love the fenced yard and doggie door. YOU will love cross country…

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Olympic Alchemy changes Silver to Gold

Red Gerard changed Silverthorne to Goldthorne when he won the gold medal at the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Games. The 17-year-old wunderkind and newly minted late night talk show hero took the gold in Snowboard Slopestyle, kicking off the Games -- being the first American to win gold -- and raising the bar for every 17-year-old snowboarder in the world.

Summit County is not a place that requires much excuse to throw a party. With so much to celebrate, imagine the festivities that Silverthorne will conjure to recognize the county's five Team USA heroes.

After Gerard’s gold, Kyle Mack earned Silver in Snowboard Big Air and also landed in 11th place in slopestyle.  A few weeks later Mack went on the take the top…

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Ski towns are quirky places. A dishwasher or bus driver might have a phD, but works a job that allow for maximum powder day access. Parking can be a challenge, toddlers ski better than you do, men outnumber women, the bike on the roof rack is worth more than the car, we spend a week celebrating the Norwegian god of winter, and a bagger at City Market ran for mayor. These are every day ski town incidents. We are used to quirks.

But the line at Crepes a la Cart is one for the books. It often snakes down the block, with wait times up to an hour, in the cold, in the dark. Other food options are available. Is it the welcoming fire pit on the deck? The saliva-inducing smell of the batter hitting the hot buttered grill? The occasionally surly employees? The…

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