Selection of Breckenridge Homes East of Main Street
Breckenridge homes located in the Historic District and foothills east of Main Street comprise an eclectic blend of options. From in-town condominiums to estate homes in the foothills, from historic cottages to luxurious log cabins, buyers seeking Breckenridge homes East of Main Street have a wide selection. Properties are a little further from the ski slopes, which lie on the west side of Main Street.
Thriving Main Street is the distinctive social hub of Breckenridge, a glorious Colorado ski town located 90 minutes west of Denver in Summit County. Breckenridge Ski Resort is ensconced along several mountain peaks of the Ten Mile Range on the west side of town. Before the ski resort started in 1961, the Town of Breckenridge was founded during the Colorado Gold Rush. The Victorian town offers boutique shopping and award-winning dining, excellent art galleries and museums, and outstanding festivals and competitions held throughout the year
Summit County properties are desirable as full time residences, seasonal residences, second homes, and vacation homes – as well as investment properties. Summit County is a cornucopia of recreational opportunities. In addition to world-class alpine skiing and top-tiered snowboarding activities, residents and guests anticipate in cross-country skiing, ice skating, hiking and mountain climbing, gold-medal fly-fishing, and other excellent backcountry activities. Designed by Jack Nicklaus Breckenridge Golf Course features 27-holes of exhilarating mountain golf.
The Historic District of Breckenridge homes are situated near Main Street and along French Street which parallels Main Street on the east. Main Street Station is one new condominium complex along Main Street. Older condo properties have been established over the past 50 years as the ski town has grown.
Condominiums and townhomes situated east of Main Street are Tannhauser, Panorama Alpine, French Ridge, Placer Ridge, Atrium, Anaconda, Hinterthal, Main Street Junction, Victorian Gables, Victorian Quarters, Longbranch, Val d’Isere, Edelweiss, Falcon, Breckenridge Mountain Lodge & Village, Ptarmigan, Quatre Vivant, Forest Haus, Alpenrose, Andorra, Highland Terrace and others.
Single-family subdivisions of Breckenridge homes east of Main Street are generally located a little further from downtown. They feature larger lots and more natural spaces. Examples include Breckenridge Heights Subdivision, Brittany Place Subdivision, French Point Subdivision, Permit Placer Grove Subdivision, Gold Creek Subdivision, Powder Ridge Subdivision, Sunbeam Estates, Weisshorn Subdivision, Wellington Neighborhood Subdivision, and the Gold Flake Subdivisions.
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