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Ski Homes for Sale in Summit County
Being able to ski-in or ski-out from any home near any of Summit County's four ski resorts is a huge benefit to these homes for sale on the market. How a skier gets to the slopes is usually along various paths through varying conditions and slope steepness at all ski resorts. Ski-out properties are not simply yes or no, but Summit County's MLS has a checkbox for it. As for ski-in, this is also a designation displayed below. How difficult it is to ski out to the slopes or back home for lunch, are questions that can best be answered by real estate brokers with deep local knowledge.
Use our search filters below to find homes on the slope side of Breckenridge, Copper Mountain Village and near the base areas of Keystone resort. Narrow your search by selecting Breckenridge, Copper Mountain or Keystone in the search panel at the top of the page. Use the toggle Area/Town.
Ski In & Ski Out Properties for Sale
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Breckenridge Ski-In and Ski-Out Homes and Condos
Ski homes and condos along Four O'clock Run have the benefit of being able to ski right to your door on your skis. You can also ski downhill from your home on Four O'clock to downtown Breckenridge. At the bottom of the run is a bus stop for a free ride to any of the ski-lift base areas of the Breckenridge Ski Resort.
Ski homes above the Snowflake Lift are even more convenient. Ski to your home and ski out from your home to the Snowflake Lift, which is a a short lift, but one that gives you access to all others on the five Breckenridge peaks (Peak 6, 7,8,9 and 10).
The Village at Breckenridge and Beaver Run Condos are located around the Peak 9 base areas served by super-fast chair lifts. Ski slopes on Peak 10 funnel back to Peak 9, and it is even possible to ski home to Warriors Mark West from the south side of this area with a little advanced planning and a good sense of direction. Skiing out of Warriors Mark is a little more tricky, but if you can ski down the ridge, you're there. And isn't this about downhill skiing anyway?
Keystone Condos to Ski-In and Ski-Out
Most of Keystone has some form of ski accessibility. For some you might have to walk across a small street. The worst inconvenience are those ski homes on the north side of Highway 6 - it's a big busy road, especially in ski season. A free shuttle bus makes any Keystone home a ski home.
Listing information last updated on March 8th, 2021 at 4:45am MST.