Breckenridge Homes in Yingling and Mickles Subdivision
Breckenridge homes for sale in the historic Yingling and Mickles subdivision provides Rocky Mountain seclusion near Main Street and the ski slopes. The popular subdivision features outstanding views of the ski slopes and forests, along with sunny Colorado skies and sunsets.
Yingling and Mickles captured one of the best locations in the heart of the Breckenridge Ski Resort many years ago. Development began in the 1970s. Consequently, these favorite Breckenridge homes are popular as vacation homes, full-time residences, and investment properties producing income.
The Yingling and Mickles Addition features a wide variety of Breckenridge home sizes and styles, ages, lot sizes, and amenities. Homes and duplexes have been built in phases. From architectural masterpieces to beautiful Victorian and craftsmen style homes, from farm houses to outstanding contemporary designs – Yingling and Mickles showcases all of them.
A number of buyers have accomplished redevelopment, remodeling, and other upgrades in this historic neighborhood. Properties may feature 2-6 bedrooms with 1500-6000 square feet of treasured Colorado mountain properties. Prices range from $550,000 to well over $3 million.
Yingling and Mickles Addition is a short walk from the BreckConnect Gondola, which runs from downtown Breckenridge to connecting ski lifts. Residents and guests can easily walk to the Riverwalk Center with its events and art galleries. Hundreds of restaurants and shops along Main Street are couple minutes away.
When Breckenridge lights up for world-class competitions and one of its extraordinary festivals, these Breckenridge homes provide easy access. Breckenridge hosts ice sculpture, biking, and snowboard competitions, summer music concerts, arts and crafts festivals, and many educational and volunteer opportunities
Families living in the Yingling and Mickles subdivision are served by the Summit County School District. There are also a couple of private schools in the area and to campuses of Colorado Mountain College in Summit County.
The Town of Breckenridge is a vibrant community of less than 5000 residents. It was established about 150 years ago during the Colorado Gold Rush and has reinvented itself as a year-round destination for outdoor recreation. From alpine and cross-country skiing to the 27-hole Nicklaus-designed Breckenridge Golf Course to gold-medal fishing and boating on Lake Dillon, to unlimited trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding, mountain homes in Breckenridge offer a sophisticated take on “roughing it.”
Breckenridge and Summit County real estate is easily accessible via Denver International Airport. It is located west on Interstate 70 and then south on Highway 9 – an approximate 90 minute drive.
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