Vote for Your Favorite Summit County Home!
Participate in the People's Choice Awards for the 2016 Summit County Parade of Homes
For the 22nd year, the Summit County Builders Association proudly hosts the 2016 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 15 homes and then vote for your favorite below!
1. 318 Flyline Drive, Silverthorne
While Lake Dillon may prove to be an enormous draw for visitors and residents of Summit County, there’s a well-kept secret at Angler Mountain Ranch—it has its own lake. There is also abundant open space with hiking trails, a fishing pond, a clubhouse, and extensive panoramic views.
2. 126 Hamilton Creek Trail, Silverthorne
With its multi-linear roofs and expansive westward facing windows, this modern mountain marvel perfectly reflects the sweeping Ten Mile and Gore Ranges just across the valley.
3. 310 High Park Court, Silverthorne
“Raven’s Nest” enjoys commanding views of the Three Peaks from its idyllic setting on the Raven Golf Course in Silverthorne. Angular roofs, evoking the notion of a Raven readying for launch over the valley below, flank the home’s center barrel vault peak.
4. 1790 Golden Eagle Road, Silverthorne
This five-bedroom, five-bath home in the Three Peaks neighborhood, set on The Raven Golf Course, offers a mountain contemporary design that maximizes its surrounding mountain views.
5. 600 Ptarmigan Ranch Road, Dillon
This unique home is constructed with traditional framing and log accents. Situated on 36 acres adjoining the National Forest, it is designed to optimize sweeping views of Lake Dillon and the entire Ten Mile Range.
6. 111 Corinthian Court, Unit C, Dillon [NOT OPEN FOR VOTING]
This 1,429-square-foot 2-bedroom, 2-bath townhome has been in the family since 1999 and recently underwent a complete facelift—transforming the design while keeping its existing footprint.
7. 2153 Keystone Ranch Road, Keystone
This newly renovated home sits on the 13th tee box of the famous Keystone Ranch Golf Course and is a beautiful, light-infused retreat that fully realizes the homeowners’ original dream.
8. 833 Independence Road, Keystone
The Townhomes at The Alders is situated approximately one-half mile to the east of the River Run Village at Keystone Resort. Each home features exquisite finishes, stainless appliances, and gorgeous accents.
9. 1884 Montezuma Road, Keystone
This amazing restoration of and addition to a cabin with meticulously preserved 1960s log walls is a sight for sore eyes. The finishes, materials, and overall design were inspired by the valley’s rich mining history and the prominence of the Snake River flowing nearby.
10. 96 Masters Drive, Copper Mountain [NOT OPEN FOR VOTING]
This luxurious custom home is located on the Copper Mountain Golf Course and is adjacent to a ski run that leads to the Super Bee Lift. Its 6 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, and spacious design are ski-in/ski-out with an exquisite outdoor living space.
11. 160 Lodge Pole Drive, Frisco
With a private setting adjacent to Ten Mile Creek, this striking remodel offers a contemporary take on high-country living. Close to downtown Frisco, the secluded site provides outstanding views.
12. 0099 Lookup Lane, Frisco
Nestled in historic Bill’s Ranch sits a small cabin, transformed from its original 4-bedroom, 1-bath, 819-square-foot quarters into its current (and spacious) 4-bedroom, 2.5-bath, 2,164-square-foot family retreat.
13. 530 Highfield Trail, Breckenridge
This mountain modern forever home demonstrates the latest in energy- and water-efficient features that help boost Summit County’s transition toward a greener future. The stone base and complementary reclaimed Montanan Ranchwood siding fits seamlessly into its surroundings.
14. 368 Hamilton Court, Breckenridge
Situated on a breathtaking panoramic lot, the splendor of this home can be felt through every one of its rooms, beginning with the massive stone pillars gracing the entry. It also features three unique outdoor living spaces adorned with exterior fireplaces.
15. 38 Wildcat Road, Breckenridge
This modern mountain home is located in the exclusive Shock Hill neighborhood in Breckenridge. Within walking distance to both the BreckConnect gondola and the Nordic center, it is truly ski-in/ski-out. The home is a sophisticated fusion of traditional mountain elements and comfortable modern style.
16. 284 Timber Trail, Breckenridge [NOT OPEN FOR VOTING]
This spacious ski-in/ski-out Breckenridge home offers the ultimate in main-floor living, with a family room, kitchen area, billiard room, and bar all on the main level. With 6,204 square feet, that means this luxurious retreat is truly spacious.
17. 422 Timber Trail, Breckenridge
This four-level ski-in/ski-out home located at Timber Trial at Peak 8 is designed with hospitality and family ski vacations in mind. The retreat includes private living spaces, outdoor patios, and ample dining areas, with an emphasis on incorporating unique focal features and fun design elements.
18. 157 Riverwood Drive, Breckenridge
Imagine an idyllic Breckenridge setting—a sanctuary on the Blue River nestled in the forest, a moose grazing peacefully at the banks of the rolling water flanked by the century-old relic of a moss-lined mining flume. This is the located for Riverhouse, a modern vision of a past mining era.