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Common Spa and Open Space for Residents
All the condos on the Columbine Loop including the Four Seasons Village condos for sale share use of a centrally-located clubhouse, heated pool and several hot tubs. The land for this amenity is owned by the Columbine Homeowners Association. It includes a parcel of land on the Blue River that is open for fishing in the summer and has a footbridge that connects the condos in this area to the base of Peak 9 at Breckenridge Ski Resort.
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Four Seasons Village History
All these parcels were part of the Village at Breckenridge when it was developed in the early 1970s. It included the parking lot near the Riverwalk Center and all the private land at the base of the Peak 9. When Vail Resorts bought the Village, these open space parcels were eventually divided between the homeowner groups or sold for development.
Prior to the Village, the land was part of two large mining claims. One was called Maggie Placer which is the namesake for Maggie Pond- a pond left over from the mining era. The pond has since been cleaned up and is currently used for stand-up paddle boarding in the summer. The claims were part of the consolidated purchase of land just outside the town limits of Breckenridge by Summit Lands which eventually became the Breckenridge Land Company.
- Year Built: 1971;
- HOA: Columbine Homeowners Associates
- Amenities: pool, hot tubs, dressing area, common park area.
Located at the center of the Columbine Loop. Drive south on Main Street to last stoplight at Boreas Pass Road, turn right on Broken Lance Drive. At the three-way stop make a left and remain on Broken Lance, or turn right Columbine. Every home along this loop is a member of the Four Seasons.
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