The Breckenridge Ski Resort and Town of Breckenridge.
Conde Nast recently published an article touting 17 of the most beautiful towns in America. They hit the nail on the head when including our historical ski town of Breckenridge, Colorado in Summit County. Here is what they had to say:
“Unlike many ski towns that have a certain poured-concrete 1970s look to them, Breckenridge has lots of history, and actively works to preserve it. Gold was discovered here in 1859 and the mostly uninhabited village at the base of Breckenridge Mountain became a rough-and-tumble boom town. That sensibility endures in its downtown: Many of the buildings of the pioneer era are preserved—many are now home to local boutiques, galleries, and restaurants—and beloved. Now a popular ski resort (including cross-country skiing and snowboarding) Breckenridge is, of course, a prime winter destination, but the “off” seasons are just as magical, and the town is host to great events like the Spring Beer Fest every April.
Matt Inden/Miles Courtesy Colorado Tourism”
Visit Justin and Krystal Knott at our 1800’s era historical LIV Sotheby’s International Realty office building on the corner of Main Street and Ski Hill Road when you come to town for some insider tips on enjoying your stay like a local.
With the LIV Sotheby’s International Realty advantage, Krystal Knott (970.333.0116) is affiliated with the foremost luxury real estate brand in the world, can provide the most current market information onSummit County, CO Real Estate and answer specific questions you might have. I look forward to meeting you in Breckenridge and serving all of your real estate needs with honest, personal service and the attention to detail that you deserve to make your mountain real estate dreams a reality.
LIV Sotheby’s International Realty Office in Downtown Breckenridge