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Top 5 Deals in Summit County & Breckenridge Real Estate
Is it already August? Summer may be waning but for nearly every visitor this time of year increases the desire to own property in Summit County. But as summer and school-free days wane, so do the number of people bustling around the towns and trails. It a little quieter time to look for real estate in Breckenridge. It's still easy to see what properties are really ski-in and ski-out or close to trails and boating. You can see how easy it is to care for a pine duff back yard, or how pretty the condo complex really is.
August is the perfect month to buy a new home or sell your existing home in Summit County with Breckenridge Associates, your local, independent real estate office committed to world-class service. Call one of the knowledgeable real estate brokers at Breckenridge Associates Real Estates for more about what's for sale in Colorado's Summit County or for info about the market. And meanwhile, have a look at our top 5 properties of the month.
Your Hometown Team - Sophisticated Real Estate Search
If you're looking for a ski-in / ski-out condo, or bigger vacation home for sale, Breckenridge condos with no maintenance, a secluded cabin, your fishing getaway along the Blue River, a townhouse with roomy garage or just a great real estate investment - the independent, locally knowledgeable professionals at Breckenridge Associates Real Estate know how to find the best deals for you. For more than 20 years, our hometown team has been the most trusted name in Summit County Real Estate.
Located in one of the last remaining Victorian houses on Main Street, Breckenridge, our office is at the center of the Summit real estate market. Surrounded by the historic downtown, Breckenridge in-town homes or slope-side condos are out our backdoor. To the south is Warriors Mark with condos and homes that have access to skiing via Peaks 9 and 10 and the national forest. Family friendly neighborhoods abound in the community of Blue River, and further south over Hoosier Pass to the real Colorado communities of Park County.
To the east are single-family homes, condos and duplexes, perfectly located on Baldy Mountain to take in the sunset over the Breckenridge ski area. Farther northeast is the quaint town of Montezuma surrounded by national forest, open space and tall peaks. A bit further north, along the Snake River, lies Keystone Ski Resort. Summit Cove, and surrounding Lake Dillon, the towns of Dillon and Silverthorne, where town living gets sparser and rural Colorado takes over.
Just west of Silverthorne is Wildernest-a distinct neighborhood in its own. Located on a hill above the Lake, Wildernest can be a bargain if condo living is just what you want. The views are fantastic. National forest and public land surrounds most of the communities of Summit County, and Wildernest's elevation gives you a head start when you start from the trailheads in the neighborhood.
A different kind of property can be found if you move counter-clockwise on the compass dial from Silverthorne and the northern point of Summit County's real estate market to the town of Frisco. Frisco is 9 miles directly north of Breckenridge and is an easy to navigate small town where everything you need could be within a flat and steady bike ride. Further to the west on that compass dial, is Copper Mountain, a great ski resort with a variety of vacation homes to take advantage of the winter and summer recreation. Copper is a popular bike destination from Frisco along paths that gradually climb up Tenmile Canyon. From our office at the center of Summit County, Copper Mountain is just 5 miles away as the crow flies, but the vast Tenmile Range is between us.