The Most Coveted Luxury Fractional Real Estate with Ski In, Ski Out Access

#Peak6 is Beautiful!

If you haven’t skied or boarded Peak 6 in Breckenridge, you are missing a serious snow treat!  Peak 6 adds almost 500 more skiable acres to Breckenridge, continuing to insure shorter than usual lift lines and tremendously varied terrain amidst unparalleled beauty.  The top of Peak 6 is a bowl, with black runs coming off the top and even a blue run into the bowl, which is an intermediate skier’s dream, to get to ski really great terrain that is not outside of their skill level.   The top is a wide bowl with lots of powder and some bumps then narrows down into trails off of the bowl into groomed or knee deep powder runs, that run down to a lift at midway so skiers can stay on the top half of the mountain and enjoy no lift lines and very enjoyable runs with no crowds.  What an incredible addition to Breckenridge!

The only other addition serious skiers and boarders need to make a perfect snow experience is ski in, ski out luxury lodging at Grand Lodge, sitting right at the base of Peak 7.  Complete with spacious locker rooms, a ski shop, restaurant, and outdoor salt water hot tubs and pools, the end of the ski day is just as perfect as the beginning.  Grand Lodge on Peak 7 is fractional real estate, meaning you own your real estate but at a fraction of the price of whole home ownership, making a luxury condo with ski in, ski out access very affordable.

Check out our featured properties, and then contact Brent Henry, Senior Broker, for a no hassle consultation on your perfect vacation home in Breckenridge, Colorado.   CLICK HERE to view the featured properties, as there are only a few remaining!

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