Breckenridge Heights Real Estate

Breckenridge lies on the eastern side of the Blue River Valley and at the foot of Baldy Mountain. There is a neighborhood of single-family homes that have trails that head up Baldy Mountain and trails to the Town of Breckenridge. The homes of Breckenridge Heights are diverse in all areas- architecture, shape, size, and age. The Breckenridge Heights subdivision was developed in the mid '60s. In the '70s, construction started to boom and homes were built up in the area. Today, only 10% of the lots are still vacant in Breckenridge Heights.

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Breckenridge Heights Lots and Home Styles

Each lot is more than 1.5 acres and some lots are closer to 2 acres. The unique parts about the homes in Breckenridge Heights are the different lot sizes and configurations of the land. Homes that are built on the north side of High Point have backyards that drop down into the French Gulch. Homes opposite of them have yards that are the base of Baldy Mountain.

Your views are amazing and the dense forest that surrounds the neighborhood makes you feel alone.

Many homes are split-levels to accommodate the steep terrain. This gives each room and large window with amazing views to take in. Having a footpath or driveway helps to bridge the elevation difference between the home and the road. The mountain style homes vary depending on the time it was built.

Open space and trails bring the Breckenridge Heights homes together with the Town of Breckenridge. The walk to down is an easy downhill trek, but the way home will be a good climb. Since the sunsets in the west, the sunshine hits the Breckenridge Heights subdivision and the red, orange, and pink sunsets can be remarkable over the Tenmile Range.

We'd love to help you find the perfect home in Breckenridge Heights. Please don't hesitate to contact Andrew for more information, or call (970) 547-7751 for assistance.

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