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Vote for Your Favorite Summit County Home

The People's Choice Awards for the 2018 Summit County Parade of Homes



The Summit County Builders Association proudly hosts the 2018 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 homes and then vote for your favorite below! 

1. 1280 Golden Eagle Road

Perched high in the Eagles Nest Neighborhood, this home (above) offers soaring views of the Raven Golf Club and North Peak Mountain. The Florida-based owners created a contemporary, livable space that blends modern lines, natural materials, unexpected angles and the softness of natural light. 

2. 180 Two Cabins Drive

Built for comfort, this four-bedroom, four-and-half bath home designed by bhh Partners sits on a hilltop overlooking the 7thfairway of the Raven Golf Course. The floor-to-ceiling, low-E metal clad windows from Sierra Pacific frame views that overlook the town of Silverthorne, the snow-capped peaks of the Continental Divide, and the ski slopes at Keystone and to Buffalo Mountain. 

3. 104 Talon Circle

This residence fulfills a lifelong dream of the owner to build a home for his family tailored to their lifestyle and the beautiful location of the site. A modern twist on mountain architecture, the open floor plan takes advantage of the panoramic views of the Continental Divide and surrounding area with convenient single-level living on the main floor.

4. 964 Discovery Hill Drive

Nestled in the pines above the Breckenridge Golf Club, Vickery’s Vantage showcases wrapping views of the Ten Mile Mountain Range and fairways as far as the eye can see. The New York-based owners melded clean lines with natural, rustic elements for a home that exudes mountain-modern and equally respects and enhances its context 

5. 173 Campion Trail

Creatively situated to maximize views, privacy, and surrounding landscapes, 173 Campion Trail appears larger than its 2,500 finished square feet. The siting affords sweeping views of Buffalo Mountain, Gibson and Prospect Hills while taking advantage of south-facing sun to warm those chilly Breckenridge winter days. 

6. 247 Timber Trail Road

This 5,777 square-foot, ski-in/ski-out residence is located in the Timber Trail Estates neighborhood in Breckenridge. The easily accessible location offers the convenience of being moments from the shops and restaurants on Main Street, while still being perched high above the town, capturing wide views of the surrounding peaks. 

7. 460 Timber Trail Road

Named for the Rocky Mountain bird that spends the majority of its tie in flight, this high-elevation single-family home sits on Breckenridge Ski Resort’s coveted Peak 8 just 40 feet off Trygve’s Platter ski run. Swift Landing was designed around making the most of rest and family in the mountains, providing a luxurious 8,000 square-foot nest rucked at the top and center of the exclusive Timber Trail subdivision cul-de-sac. 

9. 31 Sunrise Point Drive

The quintessential Breckenridge Mountain Modern retreat is a magnificent contemporary ski-in and ski-out home with expansive views of the Breckenridge Ski Are and the Ten Mile Range. The creative vision of this slope-side jewel was to construct a home worthy of the site. 

10. 35 Hermit Drive

This striking home is artfully placed on a lot that posed many challenges. Now, a bridge driveway, capable of holding a 40-ton vehicle, leads to this contemporary home, with stunning views, finishes and design elements. 

Vote for your favorite home now!

 

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