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Duplexes in High-End Neighborhood
Located within steps of the Shock Hill gondola station, the seven buildings that make up Shock Hill townhomes for sale are duplexes, two homes per structure that share a clubhouse and common area. Located in the exclusive neighborhood of Shock Hill, they offer the privacy of homeownership and the benefits of shared condo maintenance.
Just fourteen units in total, this high-quality condo subdivision was designed to complement the single-family custom homes in the neighborhood, yet provide an alternative clustered development. Each home has a garage, basement, large deck, tall ceilings, high-end finishes and a very open floor plan.
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Advantages of Shock Hill Duplexes
It's an easy drive between either the ski resort or town from Shock Hill Homes. Just opposite the subdivision entrance, the town built a scenic overlook because Shock Hill has one of the best vantage points on the town of Breckenridge. It's only minutes to walk down the trails or sidewalks to anything you need in town.
Back on top of Shock Hill, where these homes are located, the land levels out for a bit and Cucumber Creek slows down enough to make wetland habitat for birds, moose and other wildlife. Not far to the west, the terrain angles up again until it forms the ridgeline of the Tenmile Range.
Recreation Near Shock Hill
Nordic ski trails border the property; Cucumber Gulch Wildlife Preserve stands only yards away. The gondola connects Shock Hill homes to the Breckenridge Ski Resort and downtown Breckenridge. Ski, hike, bike or enjoy the wild flora and fauna from any condo for sale in Shock Hill Homes.
Shock Hill in Breckenridge, CO
- Number of Lots: 14
- Vacant Lots: 0
- Size (low/high bedrooms): 4 - 4
- Size (low/high sq. footage): 2201 sq. ft. to 2435 sq. ft.
- Year Built: 2004 to 2006
- HOA: http://www.breckenridgelands.com/hoa-shock-hill.php
- Amenities: In town, very short walk to gondola and bus, Nordic Ski in/out, crosscounry trails, hiking / pedestrian trails, paved roads, forested, nearby wildlife preserve, views of Baldy and town.
Near the Cucumber Gulch Wildlife Reserve, between the Peak 7 and 8 base areas and downtown, near the gondola stop on Shock Hill.
Take Ski Hill Road heading west for about one-half mile, turn right into Shock Hill and pass under the subdivision sign and the skyway-skiway bridge. Take the second left onto Columbia Drive.
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