Brand New Breckenridge Real Estate at Maggie Point
Buyers looking for reasonably priced, brand-spanking new Breckenridge real estate still have a chance. Just look to the Homes at Maggie Point, luxury townhomes near the shuttle stop. The properties feature impressive views of the ski area and valley from the south side of town.
Maggie Point is within walking distance of the charming historic Town of Breckenridge. Breckenridge is in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains at approximately 9600-foot elevations. The full-service community is the seat of Summit County and home to approximately 4600 residents.
Wonderful restaurants, boutiques shops, galleries, museums, and entertainment are available always. Then there are world-class events. Ski, snowboard, and cycling competitions, the Breckenridge Music Festival, Arts & Crafts Festival, cook-offs, Breckenridge Festival of Film, Ullr Festival and ice carving are some popular happenings.
Recreational opportunities abound. A neighborhood shuttle stop goes directly to the ski slopes. There are also great places for hiking, biking, golfing, and snowshoeing. The Ski and Racquet Club is right up the street.
Historical Significance Maggie Point
An old mining claim called Maggie Placer is the namesake for the Homes at Maggie Point. Maggie Placer spanned 122 acres in a premier setting now subdivided into beautiful home sites. During the Pikes Peak Gold Rush of 1859, miners worked the rich placer gold deposits along the Blue River. Between that and hard rock mining in Breckenridge, 1,000,000 Troy ounces of gold were produced in the area
Details of Homes at Maggie Point Development
Homes at Maggie Point feature handsome wood and stone exteriors to blend in with the pristine natural setting. The stylish townhomes feature 1649-1952 square feet of attractive living areas. Each includes 3 bedrooms, 3 baths and a 1- or 2-car attached garage. These high-end units are finished with vaulted ceilings and wood floors with in-floor radiant heat, and gleaming kitchens with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.
Buyers desiring a low maintenance lifestyle can rely on the homeowners association for much of the maintenance. Homeowners Association fees are $350 per month.
Special Options for Affordable Residential Housing
Half of the units in Homes at Maggie Point are available as affordable housing for buyers who qualify. To qualify, a buyer must be a full-time resident in the condo and be employed for 30 hours in Summit County.
From I-70, turn south on Highway 9 and continue through town along Main Street. Turn right onto Maggie Placer Loop. It is past Boreas Pass Road and before Huron Road.