Vote for Your Favorite 2017 Summit County Home
The People's Choice Awards for the 2017 Summit County Parade of Homes
The Summit County Builders Association proudly hosts the 2017 Summit County Parade of Homes, which raises the bar on mountain home construction. This year’s entries include custom homes, mountain modern homes, renovated cabins, and more.
Which home do you like best? The competition is fierce... Mountain Living invites you to take a look at each of the following 17 homes and then vote for your favorite below!
01: 260 High Park Court, Silverthorne
Designed to showcase the best of Summit County, this contemporary mountain retreat is a perfect gathering place for family and friends to enjoy. Superbly built with attention to detail, this home will be a legacy for generations to come.
02: 240 Game Trail Road, Silverthorne
Inspired by nature, Thornview Retreat is a sophisticated, perfectly-appointed home that reflects the magical merging of inspiration and architecture. This elegant home is built to take advantage of the unobstructed views from each room.
03: 1105 Bald Eagle Road, Silverthorne
This newly-remodeled custom home in Silverthorne’s Angler Mountain Ranch offers a solid foundation of energy-efficient design with sustainable features like an earth-sheltered garage roof seeded with native grasses and in-floor radiant heating.
04: 29 Aerie Drive, Silverthorne
The goal of the design of this house is to create a backdrop for living that fosters a strong connection with the surrounding natural environment. It’s accomplished through the home’s layout, orientation, and architectural detailing.
05: 111 Centennial Court, Dillon
Built in 1981, the townhome complex overlooks Lake Dillon with a spectacular view of Buffalo Mountain and Ten Mile Range. It has been totally transformed, all while utilizing the existing footprint.
06: 37 Erickson Loop, Keystone
River Run Townhomes are located in the heart of Keystone Resort in River Run Village. Each townhome unit has its own unique view whether it’s gazing towards the wetlands along the Snake River, the ski area or to the west facing Buffalo Mountain.
07: 854 Independence Road, Keystone
The Townhomes at The Alders is a short walk or ride along the Keystone bike path or River Run for lift access, restaurants and your favorite summer festival. Exquisite finished come standard at the Alders with knotty alder trim and doors throughout.
08: 1062 Beeler Place, Copper Mountain
This ski-in/ski-out home is impressive for its opulent yet rustic style, gilded embellishments, contemporary lines and connection to the ski area. The five-level home sleeps 28 featuring five master suites, a recreation room, theater, several private relaxation spaces, and floor-to-ceiling windows and views of Copper Mountain in the kitchen, dining and living rooms.
09: 96 Masters Drive, Copper Mountain
Floor-to-ceiling great room windows frame the ski runs and the 16th green of the Copper Creek Golf Course in the brand new ski-in/ski-out home. Additional features include a two-story stone fireplace, breakfast nook with buffet, mountainside outdoor living patio pre-wired for a hot tub, a wood-paneled elevator and much more.
10: 181 Shores Lane, Breckenridge
The sights and sounds of the Blue River are just outside your door in this newly constructed, 3-bedroom plus den residence. It boasts clean transitional interiors where modern stone, hardwood floors, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and refined kitchen and bath designs are complemented by exceptional outdoor living.
11: 1863 Tiger Road, Breckenridge
Located only five miles from downtown Breckenridge and the ski resort, this 4,323-square foot home has amazing views of the Ten Mile Range and mixes mountain contemporary designs with modern features and finishes.
12: 164 Imperial Way, Breckenridge
Located in an exclusive, gated community, this home sits on 2.65 acres with six bedrooms and 6/5 baths. The main level great room has a 9’ front door, art nook, stone fireplace, white oak floors, ceiling beams, deck access and a wall of glass that will take your breath away.
13: 361 Lake Edge Drive, Breckenridge
This stunning 5,360-square foot custom build offers friends and family a contemporary mountain retreat to enjoy. The home showcases the best of the Breckenridge landscape, with large windows lining the main level of the home, capturing expansive views of both the golf course fairways and Ten Mile Range.
14: 585 Corkscrew Drive, Breckenridge
This dramatic mountain retreat was built with a modern aesthetic while providing a comfortable living environment in harmony with natural beauty that surrounds it. Clean lines, avant-garde design choices, and state-of-the-art electronics come together with a generous use of natural materials and luxurious finishes.
15: 308 North French Street, Breckenridge
Situated in the heart of the Breckenridge Historic District, these new residences feature lavish mountain modern interior design and finishes, ultra-green construction and state-of-the-art smart home ecosystems.
16: 112 South Harris Street, Breckenridge
This century-old prospector’s cabin was transformed into a modern mountain home with four bedrooms, six bathrooms, with expansive views of Breckenridge Ski Resort along with an outdoor living space that includes a saltwater hot tub, fire pit, and grill.
17: 584 Peerless Drive, Breckenridge
This Shock Hill home’s location was chosen for its proximity to skiing and the surrounding Cucumber Gulch Preserve. Within walking distance to Main Street, the BreckConnect Gondola and the Nordic trails, this timeless yet modern ski retreat is perfectly positioned to enjoy sweeping vistas of the Breckenridge Ski Resort.