Boreas Pass Real Estate Southeast of Breckenridge
Southeast Breckenridge Colorado real estate on the way to Boreas Pass offers spectacular views and a high-alpine forested environment. Homebuyers search for Breckenridge homes in a higher altitudes for secluded properties with vistas of the Ten Mile Range and Blue River Valley. Quite a number of homes are located along mountain roads near hiking, biking, and cross-country ski trails.
Breckenridge Colorado homes in neighborhoods en route to the Boreas Pass are easily accessible from Main Street by taking Highway 9 South and turning left at the Conoco station. Following along the historic South Park & Pacific narrow-gauge railroad path, Boreas Pass Road in Summit County ascends Boreas Mountain and becomes a winding gravel road before crossing the Continental Divide at 11,482 feet and then descending into Park County.
A variety of Breckenridge real estate lies in the mountains and forests along the way. Higher up and off the beaten path are splendid Mountain Estates as well as small and historic fishing cabins. “Minor’s Recreation” Cabin built in the 1890s is located on Boreas Pass below Rocky Point. In fact, distinguished buyers may be interested in building custom homes on Boreas Pass Road. A lookout one-acre parcel with house plans ready for sale today is priced at $300,000.
Closer to the ski village are subdivisions such as Breckenridge Park Estates and Overlook Estates. A number of neighborhoods of condominiums and single-family homes lie in Tyrolean Terrace area. There are some excellent choices in Baldy Mountain Townhouses, Breckenridge South, Brooks Hill, Cloud Cap, Charter Ridge, Charon Pines, Crystal Creek, Dunkin Hill, Golden View, and Gold Point.
The list goes on with Breckenridge properties in Great Divide, Hideaway, High Timbers, Juanita, Little Mountain Lodge, Lodge at Breckenridge, Miner’s View, Rock Ridge, Southface, Sunset Point, Terra Alta, The Ranch, Woodglen, and Wildflower. Prices range from $200,000 to several million dollars, depending on the location and size of the parcel, the quality and age of the homes, and accessibility.
Buyers and sellers may be interested to know that Boreas Pass Breckenridge real estate lies of the Town Limits and is not subject to the 1% transfer fee assessed by the Town of Breckenridge. Other high-alpine neighborhoods are along Baldy Road.
The mining heritage along Boreas Pass Road is brought to life in the Breckenridge Museum. Interested parties can relive life during the Colorado Gold Rush and how gold ore was transported in small railroad cars down the mountain and to refineries in Colorado Springs.