The north side of Breckenridge starts with the Highlands at Breckenridge, where the homes are located around the famous Breckenridge golf course. You can search for golf course properties here. Highlands at Breckenridge is a large area that has the number of smaller subdivisions within it. The homes in that area typically sit on half an acre or an acre lots.
If you are looking for a property with larger lots (that is not very common in Breckenridge) you can search for properties in Summit Estates. That subdivision has 81 residential lots with parcel size of about 1 acre. Most of the lots of border with national forest or open space. This neighborhood is located off Tiger Road after the Breckenridge Golf Course. Most of the properties in both Highlands at Breckenridge and Summit Estates is luxury real estate.
Once you get closer to the town you will arrive in the industrial part of the town. Airport Road is the main road in that area and you can find many businesses and employee housing there. On the west of the Airport Road is Peak 7 Subdivision. American Way is the main road and eventually comes to the main ski base area. Peak 7 is located high on the mountain with steep and unpaved roads requiring 4-wheel drive in the winter.
Moving up further that way in the south direction you will get to the Peak 8 area. Many of the properties in that area are ski-in ski-out single-family homes. One of the best real estates is available in that are with very grand and high-end luxury private homes.
Across from that area, you will get to Baldy Mountain. Private homes located on Baldy Mountain tend to get more privacy and less traffic because it is further away from the ski area and downtown Breckenridge. Typically it takes about 15 minutes driving time to get to the homes on that side. The mountain views are spectacular because you are looking directly at the entire Ten Mile Range. If you like privacy and dream of the best views, you have to search for properties there.
In Downtown Breckenridge, you can find old, victoria homes in the Historic District. Single-family homes are located on French, Ridge, Harris and High Street. If you go up the road and above High Street you will get to Gold Flake Terrace and Pine St, wish some grand and luxury private homes that are nestled in between pine trees.
TIP: Real Estate that is located within town limits is subject to a 1% transfer tax that is collected at the closing. Read more about transfer tax here; implications and who pays for it.
Moving further south toward on Highway 9, passing Conoco station and turning right you will arrive at Warriors’ Mark area. This area is large and has many smaller subdivisions. The lower part of Warriors’ Mark has great skiing and downtown access. There is also a shuttle available with many stops there. Going further up the road on Broken Lance you will start inclining and the road eventually changes to White Cloud Drive. Homes up in that area are considered Peak 10. Some of the properties have skiing access to Peak 10 (only advanced Terrain) via trails that you need to hike to. Most of the properties there have gorgeous views on the mountain.
If you pass Conoco station and keep going South on Highway 9 (instead of turning right on Broken Lance Dr) you will arrive at Blue River. It is about 8 miles stretch between Breckenridge and Hoosier Pass. There are many homes tucked away in between the trees on both sides of the highway. Those homes are located at 10,000 feet so you can expect plenty of snow accumulation and you are more likely to experience high altitude sickness.
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