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Sunny Large Home Sites with Views of Gore Range

Hamilton Creek has a section called the Benches, that are larger homesites in the neighborhood, that lie north of all the forks of Hamilton Creek. The neighborhood is minutes north of the Silverthorne exit from I-70. Well maintained neighborhood roads give easy access into this gently climbing neighborhood, where all of the homes are custom built. The Benches are just four lots that surround a ten-acre common area. And each of these lots are as large as nearly 2 acres and up to four acres. There are trees along Hamilton Creek, but more importantly there is sun pouring onto this little creek valley that faces west to the Gore Range.  It's never too hot, here, above the main arm of the Blue River. Any home for sale in the Benches in Hamilton Creek will be comfortable winter or summer.

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Views of sunsets over the Gore Range come with all the property in Hamilton Creek. The neighborhood association is well established and manages the utilities district that provides water and sewer for the neighborhood. The roads are paved and maintained. Trails run throughout the neighborhood above to Ptarmigan and downhill to the Blue River, and its Gold Medal fishing waters.

Benches at Hamilton Creek Neighborhood Homes

The Benches at Hamilton Creek neighborhood is friendly to year-round residents, families and second homeowners. The architectural style is mountain contemporary, as the local architects all chose to use native materials like wood and stone and lots of glass to take in the views.


Trails up Ptarmigan to the East or West into the Gore Range

Hiking, biking and ski trails head up onto Ptarmigan Mountain from Hamilton Creek, and those in the Gore Range are just across the highway.  And, some of the best fishing in Summit County is just at the bottom of your Hamilton Creek.


Quick Facts about Benches at Hamilton Creek, Silverthorne, Colorado

  • Lots: 4, plus on common space
  • Acreage: 1.91 to 4.85 acres
  • Built from: 2007 to the present
  • Size: 3-4 bedroom
  • Square Footage: 4,392 to 7,445
  • Homeowners Association: /www.hamiltoncreek.org

Directions and Location of the Benches at Hamilton Creek

Drive north of Silverthorne to Hamilton Creek, by exiting  I-70 at the Silverthorne Exit, head north for two mile to Hamilton Creek Road, cross the Blue River, and within half a mile, along the first obvious switchback up the creek road, you'll find the properties called the Benches in Hamilton Creek.

 

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Listing information last updated on November 12th, 2019 at 11:03am MST.