People's Choice Awards: Summit County Parade of Homes
Vote for your favorite Summit County home!
For the 21st year, the Summit County Builders Association proudly hosts the 2015 Summit County Parade of Homes, which raises the bar on mountain home construction. This year’s entries include custom homes, a remodeled home, as well as spec homes ready for someone to claim as their own.
Which home do you like best? The competition is fierce... Mountain Living invites you to take a look at each of the following 16 homes and then vote for your favorite below.
1. 180 Game Trail
This modern cabin in Three Peaks was design for the most discerning client—the architect himself, Summit Studio Architects’ Patrick Hubbell, and his family.
2. 1735 Golden Eagle Road
This is Sky Haven, a stunning five-bedroom mountain-contemporary-style home crowning the Three Peaks neighborhood north of Silverthorne.
3. 195 Stonefly Drive
Angler Mountain Ranch is one of the premier choices for mountain living at its finest, with its breathtaking views, quality construction, and custom home amenities.
4. 201 Shooting Star Way
This beautiful Mesa Cortina property was reworked into an open, inviting environment with a fabulous hot tub, fire pit area, and front deck perfect for stargazing.
5. 22 E. Trade Court
This lavishly elegant mountain home was the first built in Dercum’s Dash, a rare community born from a historic land trade that took 13 years to complete. It is cradled between the National Forest and mountains adjoining the Keystone Ski Resort.
6. 50 N. Fork Road
This rambling, 6,752-square-foot home is built on a secluded lot, yet has expansive views of the ski resort and surrounding mountains, along with the Snake River meandering through the property.
7. 29 Stoney Trail
Tucked in the pine trees on Keystone’s Snake River, this tranquil location offers majestic views of The Outback and North Peak. Maintaining the feel of a nearby historic 1800s stagecoach shop, this single-family home was designed and built with a historically rustic feel.
8. 28 N. Fork Road
After researching truss and beam joinery homes over a period of 10 years, newly retired Wisconsinites purchased this spectacular lot perched above Keystone to place their dream home.
9. 164 Rose Crown Circle
Positioned ideally between town and mountain, this Apex Mountain Home offers convenient access to Frisco’s world-class outdoor activities and public transportation, while affording a mountain retreat that is equal parts tranquility, elegance, and efficiency.
10. 220 Cottonwood Circle
Situated on a prime Highlands golf course site with unobstructed views of the Ten Mile Range, this home showcases one-of-a-kind features and exacting craftsmanship.
11. 133 Mumford Place
This pine- and aspen-surrounded property is centrally located in The Highlands at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac and only minutes to the Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course and historic Main Street Breckenridge.
12. 7 Spencer Court
Nestled behind a mature aspen grove, and with the views of Breckenridge Ski Resort prominently towering over its roof, this property blends strength and coziness while bringing the outside in and the inside out.
13. 42 Luisa Drive
Steps from Breckenridge’s Main Street, this custom home hails back to the gold mining days through t he use of reclaimed barn wood, exposed steel, tighter corridors and a multi-level design.
14. 65 Penn Lode
Le Chatel De Breckenridge is located in the prestigious Shock Hill subdivision of Breckenridge and is a feast for the eyes, as it is filled with unusual detailing and surprising combinations of materials.
15. 36 Boulder Circle
Steps away from Peak 8, this luxury 5,352-square-foot home is sophisticated yet causal and will appeal to all who appreciate great craftsmanship. It sits on a large wooden lot that backs to Ski Hill Road and is perfect for family mountain retreats.
16. 106 N. Gold Flake Terrace This home has been withdrawn from the tour.
17. 380 Timberlane Circle
The Falcon Mews home sits on historic property once used for hydraulic mining during the Breckenridge gold rush years. The home has several touches that pay tribute to the past, such as the original mine siding found on the kitchen island.