Popular Maggie Point Townhouses on Breckenridge Historic Site
Take a look at these history rich Breckenridge townhouses. They offer a fabulous location, great views of the ski slopes, and a luxurious easy care design. The Homes at Maggie Point may just be the perfect getaway or best location for full-time living in the Colorado Rockies. They are pretty much maintenance free, too. But alas, the high-quality properties are rarely available on the Breckenridge real estate market.
Walk, Bike, Hike, and Ski
The Homes at Maggie Point or on the south end of Breckenridge within walking distance to all of the shops and restaurants on Main Street. The BreckConnect Gondola obliges by whisking skiers up the mountain from there. Going the other direction, trails and pathways lead all through Summit County and the mountains – trails for hiking, biking, cross-country skiing and other activities.
The architecture of the rustic collection of Maggie Point properties reflects the days of the Pikes Peak Gold Rush. Deep toned woods with stone accents replicate some early structures in Breckenridge. The authentic looking Breckenridge townhouses help tell the story of the old Maggie Placer mining claim.
Rewind recorded history to 1859. That is when hundreds of miners worked the Blue River. Over time, miners in the Breckenridge area produced approximately 1 million Troy ounces of gold. Now claiming one of the most beautiful settings in South Breckenridge, the 122-acres of land associated with Maggie Placer is home to a lucky bunch of families.
Details of Maggie Point Townhouses
Modern and woodsy, the upscale homes in Maggie Point accentuate the natural surroundings in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Individual residences are comprised of 1649 to 1952 square feet of comfortable living areas. Each features an attached garage to accommodate one or two-car. These are three-bedroom, three bath homes on several levels. Standout features include very high ceilings, gorgeous gourmet kitchens, and in-floor radiant heat.
HOA fees are $350 per month. Through the affordable housing program, a good number of these highly desirable Breckenridge townhouses are available to residents of Summit County. Buyers must work locally at least 30 hours per week.
Directions to Maggie Point Townhouses
Take Interstate 70 west from Denver. Turn south on Highway 9 and Drive through Breckenridge past Boreas Pass Road. Turn right on Maggie Placer Loop.
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