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One Of The Tyra Summit Condominiums - Ski-In Easy!
The Tyra Lookout condos for sale lie in one of the buildings in the complex called Tyra Summit Condos. Tyra Lookout is the highest of the building and the first one skiers will come to when gliding down the gentle Four O’clock run. Views to the east across the valley to Baldy Mountain can be exceptional from many Tyra Lookout condos for sale.
All phases of Tyra Summit Condominiums lie between Four O’clock Road and Four O’clock Run, a long, gentle ski run that makes all of Tyra a ski-in property. Each of the buildings in the Tyra Summit complex has a different advantage and Tyra Lookout’s is it’s location just slightly higher on the mountain.
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A History Of Tyra Lookout
Built in three phases from 1980 to 1993 these condos are situated in an open meadow of Sawmill Creek between Peak 8 and Peak 9, near the Snowflake Lift.
The developers were resort pioneers from Miami, and these units were the first construction this high on Four O’clock. Since then, several high-end subdivisions have filled in the vacant private land. Neighbors include Trappers Glen, Snowflake, Snowy Ridge and other exclusive subdivisions.
A few more than 100 units make up these condos, spread out in several buildings that have grown to look more different over time. All have done a facelift since they were first built, and show an up-to-date exterior.
Advantages Of Condo Living
All Tyra Summit Condo can generate good short-term rental income by virtue of their excellent location. They’re ski-in, by way of Four O’clock and the Snowflake runs, and ski-out by the Snowflake Lift. The free town bus also stops at the base of this lift.
In the summer, ski runs and the snow-cat roads on the ski mountain are great trails for biking, hiking or wildlife spotting. A few hundred yards above Tyra is the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center and the small Sawmill Reservoir. Several trails begin at the lodge at the BOEC and connect to other trails that extent far into the national forest.
Tyra Lookout, Breckenridge, CO
Drive one-half mile up (west) 4 O’clock Road past Tyra Riverbend Condo. Summit Condos Phase Two will be the first buildings on the right, and Phase Three on the left. Tyra Lookout is the first one of the group on the right, just over the creek from this road.
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