Highlands Subdivisions: Golf Course Homes Breckenridge Colorado
Highlands homes Breckenridge Colorado nestle into the quiet streets of a dozen subdivisions. A wonderful collection of Highlands subdivisions reaches out in all directions around the 27-hole Jack Nicklaus-designed Breckenridge Golf Club on the north end of the Town of Breckenridge. The area is minutes from world-famous Breckenridge Ski Resort and the charming historic Main Street shops and restaurants downtown.
The Highlands area began development in the mid-1990s. Today, over 400 distinguished homes bearing an elegant mountain architecture grace the neighborhoods. The minimum home size is 1500 square feet of living area and some homes feature over 5000 square feet. Buyers will find custom cabinetry, hardwoods, stone and travertine, large windows and high ceilings, gourmet kitchens, and other sought-after amenities. Home prices generally begin at $1.5 million.
The Highlands at Breckenridge neighborhoods feature oversized lots. Some of them top 10 acres. More than 150 lots remain vacant as the covenants include no time restrictions for construction. Lots vary in price but average $300,000.
Highlands at Breckenridge Golf Course
Amenities for Highlands at Breckenridge Neighborhoods
Highlands at Breckenridge subdivisions are served by the Summit Stage free shuttle service to Breckenridge and other Summit County towns and resorts. In addition to the wide-open spaces provided by the golf course views, about 10 percent of the Highlands area is dedicated open space. There are nearby trails for hiking and biking and equestrian facilities. The Blue River flows through the area and the huge Lake Dillon Reservoir is 10 minutes away.
The Highlands subdivisions are managed by the Highlands Homeowners Association. Residents are also invited to great rates and membership in Breckenridge Golf Club and its wintertime counterpart, Breckenridge Nordic Center. Residents also receive special rates at nearby facilities such as Breckenridge Recreation Center and Breckenridge Ice Rink.
Home to 4500 residents, the Town of Breckenridge swells with life during summer and winter months. The authentic Victorian village grew out of the gold mining era and matured a century later when Breckenridge Ski Resort opened. It is a well-rounded community and the seat of Summit County. Its marvelous shops, restaurants, art galleries, theater, music, museums combine with mountain recreation to make Breckenridge a year round destination for all ages.
Summit County School District serves families living in Breckenridge. Colorado Mountain College operates two campuses in Summit County, one in Breckenridge.
Directions to Breckenridge Golf Course Homes
Home surround Breckenridge Golf Club. To visit the Clubhouse, take Interstate 70 in Denver and proceed west to Exit 203/CO-9. Turn south on CO-9/Highway 9 toward Breckenridge. Turn left on Tiger Road. Turn right on Clubhouse Drive.
Breckenridge is located 90 minutes west of Denver International Airport and 45 minutes east of Eagle County Regional Airport.
- 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