Weisshorn: Highly Sought Breckenridge Real Estate
What about the Weisshorn subdivision that drives buyers in the Breckenridge real estate market to seek homes there? The forested neighborhood nestles back into a convenient location, far enough east of Main Street to render awesome views across the Ten Mile Range. Built since the 1960s, Weisshorn I and Weisshorn II are some of the most desirable close-in lots in all of Summit County. Spacious lots up to a half acre add to the privacy in the niche neighborhood.
Breckenridge Ski Resort is right there. So close to the hub of Breckenridge, Weisshorn is an excellent place for income-producing properties as well as year-round residences. Hundreds of shops and restaurants, museums and galleries, and special events are accessible. The free shuttle comes to and from the Weisshorn neighborhood for an easy ride to the BreckConnect Gondola as it connects to ski lifts across several mountains.
Breckenridge Real Estate in Weisshorn Subdivision
Another highly attractive aspect of the Weisshorn subdivision is the collection of one-of-a-kind homes. The diverse neighborhood has smaller homes and grand homes of craftsman, mountain and lodge styles. Along with modest three bedroom/two bath homes with 1500 square feet, the neighborhood includes palatial mountain homes with eight bedrooms/five baths and a 6000 square foot design. And everything in-between. Home prices for the 137 properties in the Weisshorn neighborhoods range from $600,000 to over $4 million.
Streets include Wellington, Gold Flake Terrace, Royal Tiger, Briar Rose, Morning Star, and High Street.
The Town of Breckenridge
An authentic Victorian town established during the Colorado Gold Rush, Breckenridge grew up in the 1800s and matured a century later when Breckenridge Ski Resort opened. Home to about 4500 full-time residents, Breckenridge offers many small-town, family-friendly activities and world-class events and festivals.
This is a year-round vacation haven. Although the recreational aspect of Breckenridge draws many a city folk to town, the community also offers many cultural venues and events. Breckenridge Music Festival, Arts and Crafts, live theater, galleries, museums, and educational lectures fill in the calendar. Breckenridge is served by the Summit County School District and Colorado Mountain College.
Just the same, Breckenridge hosts snowboard competitions and bicycle races. Breckenridge Ski Resort consistently ranks highly in North America and throughout the world. Check out the back bowls and terrain parks! Bring some good shoes for hiking, and waders for fly-fishing. Or try high-altitude gold at the Jack Nicklaus Signature courses – all 27 holes at Breckenridge Golf Course. During wintertime, it is a Nordic ski center.
- 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