The last vacant lot in the prestigious Shock Hill neighborhood just sold! Earlier this week, ROCA Holdings, a local developer, purchased the 6.67 acre parcel of land, overlooking Cucumber Patch. The prime piece of real estate, located at the Shock Hill gondola mid-station, sold for $10.25 million, making it one of the largest land transactions in Breckenridge. The Shock Hill neighborhood is one of Breckenridge’s most sought after neighborhoods.
The property had been listed since 2013, after the Fairmont Hotels and Resorts lost the property. Many developers were interested in building a luxury lodge on the property, but they received backlash from the homeowners and the struggling real estate market to move forward with any plans. Now, Shock Hill Overlook has been set aside to strictly build residential homes. ROCA Holdings, spokesman, Chris Canfield said, “They will bring modern, high-end vision to the plot.” At this time, the site plan includes a mixture of luxury duplex homes and clustered single-family homes, along with setting aside 2.4 acres that will be a conservation easement to continue with the character of Shock Hill neighborhood and being an alpine community. This easement will butt up against Cucumber Gulch, which is already protected wetland. What a great place to call home!
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