Breckenridge Area Info
Located at the base of the Ten Mile Range is the old Victorian town of Breckenridge. From its rich 19th century mining history to the present day “ski town”, Breck offers many activities. With the fairly recent ski area expansion, you can now ski five peaks, Peaks 6 through 10 . You can find every kind of skiing pleasure from flats to moguls to bowls. After skiing, take a stroll on Main Street and visit the many shops, restaurants and pubs in town.
- Town Elevation: 9,603 feet
- Permanent Population: 4,763
- Peak Population: 36,000
- Established: 1859
- Town Size: 5.5 square miles
Breckenridge Golf Course
The Town of Breckenridge can boast that it is the only municipality in the world to own a Jack Nicklaus designed, 27-hole golf course. The Breckenridge Golf Club is situated in a beautiful mountain valley. The clubhouse sits at an elevation of 9,324 feet. At this elevation the golf ball flies farther and straighter than at lower elevations, as there is less air resistance.
Breckenridge Ski Resort
- Base Elevation: 9,600 feet / 2,926 meters
- Summit Elevation: 12,998 feet / 3,963 meters
- Vertical Rise: 3,398 feet / 1,036 meters
- Lifts: 34 Total
- 4 high-speed 6-passenger SuperChairs
- 6 high-speed quad lifts
- 1 Fixed Quad
- 1 triple lift
- 6 double lifts
- 1 8-passenger gondola
- 4 surface lifts
- 11 carpet lifts
- Lift Capacity: 46,800 people per hour (with surface and carpets)
- Operating Since: December 16, 1961
- Total Ski/Ride Terrain: 2908 acres / 1177 hectares
- Groomed Daily: 600 acres / 241 hectares (29% of total terrain)
- Bowls: 1061 acres / 429 hectares
- Terrain Parks: 25 acres / 10 hectares
- Snowmaking: 600 acres / 243 hectares
- Number of Trails: 187
- Longest Trail: Four O’Clock – 3.5 miles / 5.6 kilometers
- Types of Trails: 10% beginner / 48% intermediate / 42% expert
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Breckenridge Real Estate
The Breckenridge real estate market ranges from in town studios to multi-million dollar homes on the mountain side. There are many ski in/ski out condominium and townhome opportunities along 4 O’Clock ski run including Tyra Summit, River Mountain Lodge and Sawmill Creek. At the base of Peak 9 you have Beaver Run, Cedars and Liftside among others.
There are other property ownership opportunities in the Warrior’s Mark area in town, options like Village Point and Base 9. If you are looking for a single family home in Breckenridge, subdivisions like Peak 7, the Blue River area south of Breckenridge, and the award winning neighborhood, The Highlands, near the golf course could be just what you are looking for.
The Peak 8 Base area has gone through the process of being redeveloped with lots of newer real estate development coming along with it. The gondola opened the winter of 2006-2007 and now whisks people directly from the parking lots at Park Avenue all the way to Peak 7 and Peak 8, after a stop in the Shock Hill neighborhood.
The average sales price of the homes in Breckenridge continues to soar! If you bought a residential property in Breck in 1997 you would have paid $245,106 on average. Ten years later, in 2007, the average sales price climbed to over $700,000. And ten years after that, in 2017, the average is up to $916,269. Some of this growth was attributed to the more expensive homes being built in the area, some of it was actual appreciation. Even with the increase in home values Breckenridge remains one of the best overall values for an upscale ski resort market.
|Number of properties in Breck Single Family & Duplex:||108|
|Average price in Breck Single Family & Duplex:||$2,793,413|
|Average Sq Ft in Breck Single Family & Duplex:||4,514|
|Average Price per Ft2 in Breck Single Family & Duplex:||$619|
|Number of properties in Breck Condos and Townhomes:||45|
|Average price in Breck Condos and Townhomes:||$921,898|
|Average Sq Ft in Breck Condos and Townhomes:||1,125|
|Average Price per Ft2 in Breck Condos and Townhomes:||$819|