#Mardi_Gras #Breckenridge Style!
The Fat Tuesday celebration on February 9th looks a little different in Breckenridge than it does in New Orleans. The floats going down Main Street look a little more like skiers and boarders taking a break from the slopes than Bourbon Street revelers, and that’s exactly the beauty of it.
The parade starts at 4:30, and is the kick off to the party. After the parade finishes, the party begins in Main Street Station with live music by Homeslice, authentic New Orleans gumbo, and a Hurricane to launch the merriment.
There is never a dull moment in Breckenridge, unless of course, you want one. Then there are crackling fireplaces, incredible vistas of the Rocky Mountains, and plenty of great books to read and games to play, or comfy covers to snuggle into and take a great nap while dinner cooks in your own kitchen at your luxurious home away from home.
Breckenridge is the perfect get away from it all destination for fun and rest. Fractional real estate in Breckenridge offers the incredible opportunity for discerning buyers to call Breckenridge home or a fraction of the price of whole home ownership.
Fractional real estate owners at the Grand Colorado on Peak 8 enjoy all of the perks of a second home with luxurious ski in, ski out access on Peak 8, condo ownership where you only pay for the time you will really be there, and only pay for the size of the condo you really want, with studio to 4 bedroom options, plus world class amenities. Fractional real estate is the perfect alternative to whole home ownership as it offers all of the benefits with none of the hassles that the single home owner still has to deal with. Other benefits include deeded property, tax benefits, and the potential of increasing real estate values.
There is no time to waste, as the Grand Colorado on Peak 8 only has 75 units total and they are really going fast. It is an exclusive property, and the opportunity is NOW…. For more info on luxury fractional real estate ownership in Breckenridge, Colorado right at the base of Peak 8, call Brent Henry at 970-485-2117 or e-mail him by CLICKING HERE.