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A Home on the Gondola Route
The gondola makes its first stop near Shock Hill homes for sale, coming or going between the Breckenridge Ski Resort and town. Any home in Shock Hill will be a short walk away from a ride to shops or skiing.
Located on the first bench-like hill west of town, Shock Hill has a nice overlook of Breckenridge, but town ís only minutes away on a walk down the trails or sidewalks.
On top of Shock Hill, the land levels out for a bit and Cucumber Creek meanders through the wetlands which are habitat for birds, moose and other wildlife. Not far to the west, the terrain angles up again until it peaks along the Tenmile Range which is home to the ski runs of the Breckenridge ski resort and plenty of world-class sunsets.
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Shock Hill Homes
Shock Hill homes were not developed until 2000. The lots were highly valued when they came onto the market and all homes are an up-scale, modern mountain design that received approval from the subdivision's Design Review Board before construction. Guidelines require a two-car garage and conformity to the platted building envelopes to ensure continued view corridors for existing homes. The lots and homes are large. In 2012, construction began on the largest home in the county in the Shock Hill subdivision.
Nordic ski trails circle the neighborhood and the Cucumber Gulch Wildlife Preserve is along the western border making the Shock Hill homes insulated by nature and connected by trails to the ski mountain, national forests and downtown Breckenridge. Ski, hike, bike or enjoy the wild flora and fauna from any home for sale in Shock Hill.
Shock Hill, Breckenridge, CO
- Number of Lots: 23 developed, 50 undeveloped, 73 total
- Lot Size: .46 acres to 3.47 acres
- Size: 4 - 7 bedrooms
- Size (sq. ft. liv. area): 3906 sq. ft. to 8634 sq. ft.
- Year Built: 2000-present
- HOA: http://www.shockhillpoa.com
- Amenities: In town, very short walk to gondola and bus, Nordic Ski in/out, cross-country ski trails, hiking/pedestrian trails, paved roads, forested, nearby wildlife preserve, views of Baldy and town. Backyard is the Tenmile Range.
Located near the Cucumber Gulch Wildlife Reserve, between the bases of Peaks 7 and 8 and downtown Breckenridge. Shock Hill is the only neighborhood where the gondola stops.
Take Ski Hill Road heading west for about one-half mile, turn right under the Shock Hill archway. Only the Shock Hill neighborhood is accessible from this road.
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