Bekkedal Subdivision South of Breckenridge
in the rural Bekkedal subdivision lies right off Highway 9 South of Breckenridge. Bekkedal offers great value to homebuyers – fantastic views, large lots, moderate prices, and pristine surroundings. Full-time residents, second-home owners, investors, and renters all consider the Bekkedal a Rocky Mountain paradise.
Charming Breckenridge is within walking distance. Trails from the subdivision South of Breckenridge lead to town and into the Arapaho National Forest.
Details – Bekkedal Real Estate Breckenridge
The Bekkedal subdivision opened in 1961 with 60 parcels. Lots vary in geography. There are stands out Ponderosa, Spruce, and Lodgepole pine throughout the neighborhood. Homes sit on large lots composed of 1-4 acres each.
The existing homes vary considerably. Architecture ranges from small chalets and cabins to large contemporary estates. Expect two-car garages with lots of storage, open floor plans, vaulted ceilings, plenty of wood, log, and stone and rock accents. Many of the older homes have been remodeled and upgraded over the decades.
The secluded area offers recreational opportunities in every direction. Common open space accesses the Blue River. Owners and guests use private fishing rights on the river. Set against the Arapaho National Forest, homes in Bekkedal also walk out to hiking, alpine and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, horseback riding, wildlife watching, and sightseeing.
Breckenridge Ski Resort includes 25 ski lifts and thousands of skiable acres on four distinct peaks and back bowls of the Ten Mile Range.
Breckenridge – Culture and Recreation
And enjoy those frequent one-mile treks to town. Victorian Breckenridge exudes a sophisticated yet laid-back attitude. Stroll the vibrant historic districts all through the day and evening. Take your time in the wonderful shops and galleries. Dozens of venues feature favorite restaurants, bars, and entertainment. Two very informative museums tell the storied past. Activities at Riverwalk Center, highly visible competitions, music events, concerts, art shows, and classes provide something for everyone.
The rich heritage of Breckenridge, including delightful historic architecture contributes to the strong cultural heritage. The Town of Breckenridge is the oldest and largest of all of the mountain communities in Summit County, Colorado. It is the County seat. In 1859, gold was discovered in Breckenridge. The Colorado gold rush magnetized merchants and services. Home to approximately 4000 full-time residents, Breckenridge matured from a gold-mining community to agriculture to a ski resort, and now a year-round recreational destination.
Summit County School District serves families living in Breckenridge. In addition, Colorado Mountain College offers courses at two campuses in Summit County.
Visit us at RE/MAX Properties of the Summit are located in Breckenridge, Frisco, and Keystone:
- 220 South Main Street, Breckenridge, Colorado 80424; 970-453-7000
- 305 Main Street, Frisco, Colorado 80443; 970-668-5300
- 135 Dercum Drive #U6, Keystone, Colorado 80435; 970-513-0404
Map of Bekkedal Subdivision Breckenridge CO Homes for Sale