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In-Town Neighborhood On The River
The Blue River runs quickly off the Tenmile Range but slows down considerable before it runs into the Maggie Pond at the base of the Breckenridge Ski Resort’s Peak 9. Along that last slow stretch, the Warriors Mark homes for sale are laid out around a neighborhood open space. In 2002 the greater neighborhood of Warrior’s Mark, which includes all of these homes and condos, was annexed into town.
Above this relatively flat subdivision, along White Cloud Drive, is Warriors Mark West – higher in altitude and usually price, with views of the ski area and Baldy Mountain.
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Warriors Mark Real Estate
The subdivision is named for the Warriors Mark mine, which was one of the largest gold mines in the area in the 1880s. The mine was located high up Indiana Creek on the east side of the valley, near the abandoned town of Dyersviille, but Warrior’s Mark real estate is down in the riverbed, far below the mine, on the banks of the Blue River.
Warrior’s Mark real estate is north of Bekkedahl, a subdivision that was already established when developers started platting this one, and south of the core of Breckenridge. When the first homes were built in 1968, a large hill of trees, which remains today, defined the south edge of what is now Warriors Mark. It was laid out along Broken Lance, the main thoroughfare that skirts the community open space along the Blue River. Several of the early homes have a suburban character, ranch style on a flat lot, with garages and driveways next to the front door.
Warriors Mark Homes
In the early phase of development many duplex or triplex homes were incorporated the Warrior’s Mark subdivision, but no condo complexes.
In the early ’70s, the Breckenridge Ski Company developed Peak 9, and the land between town and this subdivision became more valuable because it was very close to the base area for the new peak. Several condo building were built on this land, and trails were established that aid in getting Warriors Mark residents to town and the lifts.
These condos are on a circular drive of their own, and don't impact the family-oriented quality of the subdivision.
Warrior’s Mark West was created in 1977 onto a hill to the west and included high-end homes, townhomes and duplexes. Between the two, fit into the steep hillside, are Now Colorado and a few other multi-family residential projects.
Amenities Near Warriors Mark
Fishing on the stretch of the Blue that runs through Warrior’s Mark is good for catching Brook trout, and only open to residents of the neighborhood.
Town services have always been available in Warrior’s Mark and now town bus service is also provided. Sidewalks and trails make it easy to get to events in town, and links to the Burro Trail give direct access national forest. The Illinois Creek trail crosses Highway 9 at the northeast end of Warriors Mark. This trail passes through town open space, behind the Breckenridge Ice Rink and continues around Little Mountain to Wakefield.
- Number of Units: 34 duplex/triplex units, 38 single family homes, 2 townhomes, 2 vacant, 76 total.
- Vacant: 2 one-quarter acre lots
- Acreage: from one-tenth to one-half acre
- Size: 2 to 5 bedroom
- Size (sq. ft. living area): 650 sq. ft to 4082 sq. ft.
- Year Built: 1968 to 2000 and one in 2010
- HOA: http://www.warriorsmark.info/
- Amenities: on bus route, in town, walk to slopes, trails nearby, community open space, fishing on the Blue.
Warrior’s Mark is located southwest of the intersection of Boreas Pass Road and Highway 9, in the southern corner of the town of Breckenridge.
Driving south on Main Street through Breckenridge turn west (right) on Broken Lance Drive.
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