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The 2018 Summit County Parade of Homes Winners

The 24th annual high country home tour highlighted the essence of modern mountain homes



Photos courtesy of the Summit County Builders Association

Forget everything you know about typical mountain home design and kitschy mountain resort style. The winners of the 2018 Summit County Parade of Homes represent rustic elegance and so much more.

The Summit County Builders Association hosts the annual tour of homes to showcase the innovative designers and builders throughout the mountain towns while also hoping to inspire admirers of architecture and decor with their own projects. 

The participating homes showcased the immense talent of home building professionals in Colorado's Summit County with bountiful single-family, custom-built, and newly remodeled houses on display. Spectators roamed 10 unique, exclusively selected 3,209 - 8,000+ square-foot luxury homes in the picturesque autumn foliage.

For this year’s ceremony, the homes were broken down into three separate categories according to square footage. From there, they were then evaluated by eight different sections: best exterior design and elevation, best kitchen, best master bedroom, best interior finishes, best interior furnishings, best landscaping and outdoor living space, best builder concept and workmanship and best overall home.

Mountain Living’s publisher, Holly Scott, had the pleasure of awarding Mathison Custom Builders with the Peak Award – an accolade that acknowledges excellence in home design – for their production of the sleek Breckenridge manor at 460 Timber Trail Road. The 8,000 square foot house featured seven decadent bedrooms and bathrooms, an abundance of polished entertaining spaces, and is located right off of Breckenridge Ski Resort’s Peak 8. 


460 Timber Trail Road Kitchen

One hundred percent of the ticket sales goes to The Summit Foundation, which benefits local charities, scholarships, and outreach programs. 

2018 Summit County Parade of Homes Winners

Category One (4,000 square feet and under)

Winning in all eligible categories: 173 Campion Trail, Breckenridge by Bank of the West and Breckenridge Associates Real Estate


173 Campion Trail

Category Two (4,000 – 5,000 square feet)

Winning in all eligible categories: 180 Two Cabins Drive in Silverthorne built by McCrerey Fine Homes


180 Two Cabins Drive


180 Two Cabins Drive

Category Three (5,000 – 6,000 square feet)

Exterior design and elevation: 1280 Golden Eagle Road by Pinnacle Mountain Homes


1280 Golden Eagle Road

Kitchen: 35 Hermit Drive by Double Diamond Property & Construction Services

Master Bedroom: 964 Discovery Hill Drive by Pinnacle Mountain Homes


964 Discovery Hill Drive

Interior Finishes: 964 Discovery Hill Drive by Pinnacle Mountain Homes

Interior Furnishings: 31 Sunrise Point Drive by Raptor Construction

Landscaping and Outdoor Living Space: 1280 Golden Eagle by Pinnacle Mountain Homes

Builder Concept and Workmanship: 35 Hermit Drive by Double Diamond Property & Construction Services


35 Hermit Drive

Best Remodel: 247 Timber Trail Road by Lipari Construction LLC, Harmony Interiors and Aspen Grove Kitchen & Bath 


247 Timber Trail Road: Before

247 Timber Trail Road: After

Best Overall:  964 Discovery Hill Drive by Pinnacle Mountain Homes

Category Four (8,000+ square feet)

460 Timber Trail Road in Breckenridge by Mathison Custom Builders.

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