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REAL ESTATE & MOUNTAIN LIFESTYLES | A pril /M ay 2014

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PROPERTIES OF THE SUMMIT

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Unique Frisco Heights Home with River Views | $2,395,000

Slopeside 2BR + Murphy 3BA Corner Unit Less than 150 Steps to River Run Gondola | $599,000

MOUNTAINWOOD 2BR/2BA condo yards from QuickSilver Lift | $459,000

DOWNTOWN BRECKENRIDGE with picturesque views of the Ski Slopes. 3 bedroom / 2 bath | $795,000

Sunny 3BR/3BA with 2-car garage in quiet Mountain Pines Subdivision | $679,000

Call Butch Today for a Showing! Voyd J. “Butch” Elich II Broker Associate 970.389.4005 RE/MAX Properties of the Summit 305 Main Street, Frisco butch@elich.com

VICTORIAN GABLES 2 bedroom /2 bath + garage | $545,000   www.VictorianGablesHome.com

Nancy Burniche

Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist 970.389.1212 Nancy@NancyBurniche.com REMAX Properties of the Summit 220 S Main St Breckenridge

THE BERGMAN’S Making “Mountain Dreams” a Reality

4 Bed/5½ Bath Spacious Mountain Contemporary Home Backing to Snake River Open Space

since 1970

The Bergmans, 1957: Lolly, Bill Sr. - Keystone Founder, Bill Jr., and Jane

The Tradition Continues: Bill Bergman Jr.

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REAL ESTATE AT A HIGHER LEVEL

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4 Bed/2 Bath a “Stone’s Throw” from the Snake River and Adjacent to Keystone Gulch Stream

Elevated Resort Living

On the River, Walk to Lakeside Village. Seasons 1840 $469,000. 3 bed/3 bath. 1416 sq ft., Keystone.

Lake Dillon Views. Backs to National Forest. Upscale Finishes in Remodeled Single Family House. Corinthian Hill. $690,000. 5 BD/3BA/2894 sq. ft. Dillon.

Horse property and Huge Gore Range Views. $899,000. 4 bed/3 bath 2357 sq ft on 40 acres. Silverthorne.

Shuttle to the ski lift from your front door. Spacious 1671 sq. ft., 3 bed/3 bath with a slope view, remodeled kitchen, under-bldg. parking, Sts John in Keystone $450,000

Laurie Williams

A Managing Broker RE/MAX Properties of the Summit 970.485.3994 Laurie@SummitCountySkiProperty.com SummitCountySkiProperty.com

Newly completed luxury paired homes with slope views. Sanctuary at Keystone Units 17 & 18. $819,500 and $840,000. 3 bed/2.5 bath. 2180 sq ft. 2 living areas. Keystone.

Roomy condo w/vaulted ceilings, new finishes. 1,006 sq ft 1 bed/1 bath. Flying Dutchman Unit 1170, Keystone. Offered at $190,000.

Spacious Keystone Single Family Home On One Level, $1,350,000. 4bed/5 bath/4615 sq. ft. Half acre fenced. Access to pool. 248 Wild Irishman.

Privacy, Views and Best Location at Keystone!. Walk to village, activities, shops and dining. Spacious 3-bed/3-bath, 1900 +/- sq ft w/ attached garage. Exquisite furnishings included. Red Hawk Townhomes, River Run Village. Now Offered at $945,000

Saddle Ridge Townhomes in Silverthorne for $389,000. 3 Bed/3 Bath. Family Room 1 car garage ~1,900 sq ft. All new stainless appliances. Perfect get away!

Kouri Wolf

MRE Broker Associate RE/MAX Properties of the Summit 970.333.0303 Kouri@kwolfrealestate.com KWolfRealEstate.com

Luxury at Keystone Ranch Golf course for $1,895,000. 326 Mountain Bluebell 6 Bedroom / 4 Bath / 4,539 +/- Sq Ft. Panoramic Views, Open Floorplan, Gourmet Kitchen.

6561 Settler’s Creek Townhome for $320,000 1/2 ownership. 3 Bed/3 Bath/1585+/- Sq Ft 1 Car Attached Garage. Very sunny, private, great views, steps to free shuttle.

New Development in Breckenridge: Peak Ten Bluffs. Starting at $1,282,500 Now Under Construction! 3 Bed/ 3.5 Bath/2,823 +/- Sq Ft. Family Room, Two Car Garage, Views, luxury interiors, mountain design

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10 MARKET REPORT The most active price points in January were between $200k - $300k.

20 TRANSACTIONS Summit Real Estate Transactions, March 2014

12 FACES & PLACES Tubbs Romp to Stomp Out Breast Cancer

22 LIGHTING Learn how to use natural light instead of fighting against it.

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An extensive list of local professionals, brokers and REALTORS®.

34 THE VIEW Blue River’s colorful winter contrast.

ON THE COVER 83 Lomax Drive in Breckenridge PHOTO COURTESY OF PINNACLE MOUNTAIN HOMES

SPOTLIGHT

248 Wild Irishman Road in Keystone.

PHOTO BY JESSICA SMITH

Local company offers customized metal designs in all sizes.

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market report

MAR KET PER SPECTI VE

historical Transaction breakdown

YTD GROSS VOLUME BY YEAR

- number of residental transactions, year to date -

MARKET SNAPSHOT

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2014 YTD

139

2012 YTD 2012 $83,303,000

2013 $94,106,200

2014 $92,559,300

February monetary volume ($40,404,200) is flat -1% from February 2013. Transactions (83) were down 10% from January 2013.

The most active price points in January were between $200k-$300k. February had 21 Single family, 46 Multi-family and 9 Vacant land transactions.

PURCHASER HIGHLIGHTS SECOND HOMEOWNERS FOR REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS 37% OUT OF STATE

51% FRONT RANGE

11% LOCALS

2014 AVERAGE PRICE HISTORY

Single family is $813,462 YTD

Multi-family is $346,174 YTD

Vacant Land is $370,031 YTD

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COURTESY OF LAND TITLE

Average Residential pricing for

REALTOR DAY

SPRING TOWN COUNCIL

REALTOR® DAY AT THE CAPITOL A GREAT SUCCESS

SPRING TOWN COUNCIL CANDIDATE FORUM HOSTED BY SAR

Over 200 REALTORS® from across the State descended upon the State Capitol last month to meet with state legislators on two important bills to the real estate industry: House Bill 1136, regarding regulation of continuing professional education and House Bill 1165, concerning private construction contract retainage and payments.  The Summit Association of REALTORS Board met with State Representative Millie Hamner (D-Frisco) on these issues as well as wildfire topics. In addition, Governor John Hickenlooper (D) talked to REALTORS® about new air quality regulations and fracking and allowing these types of practices in Colorado while holding businesses to a higher standard. 

In partnership with the Summit County Builders Association, SAR hosted the “2014 Spring Candidate Forum” to place a spotlight on local races in Breckenridge, Frisco and Dillon. The event was free and open to the community.   All candidates were invited to speak and answer questions on important issues facing the community.

SAR Government Affairs Consultant Sarah Thorsteinson (middle) with Summit County Commissioners Thomas Davidson (left) and Dan Gibbs (right) at REALTOR® Day at the State Capitol.

SUMMIT ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® PARTICIPATE IN SILVERTHORNE’S COMPREHENSIVE PLAN The Summit Association of REALTORS® will be involved in the Town of Silverthorne’s Comprehensive Plan update process and has created a committee to review and provide input into the plan. The Comprehensive Plan is the guiding document or the “vision” for the Town. “As local REALTORS, we look forward to this unique opportunity to provide input on the future look and feel of Silverthorne,” says Sarah Thorsteinson, SAR Government Affairs Consultant. 

Com m un it y Challen g e This month’s challenge: Offer local tips to a visitor! Let them know your FAVORITE ski run, restaurant or ski shop.

Summit County realtors are making a tremendous difference in the lives of people and our community every day. From volunteering for their favorite charity to donating time and money to support lowincome residents with emergency housing needs, our local realtors are dedicated to creating positive changes in our community. We invite you to join us in this month’s “community challenge” where we challenge each other to perform a random act of kindness… it’s the little things that we do for each other every day that can make an impact on the community around us.

The 2014 Spring Candidate Forum was held March 20th at the Frisco Day Lodge

MORTGAGE FINANCING LOCAL REALTORS® LEARN ABOUT CREATIVE MORTGAGE FINANCING STRATEGIES If you are in the market to buy a home, you may be able to take advantage of low interest rates, and may find that maximizing interest deductibility through an interest only-loan is an appropriate strategy for you.   That’s just part of what local realtors learned at a recent SAR membership meeting with representatives from Morgan Stanley Wealth Management who discusses a number of real estate investment strategies available through the Morgan Stanley Home Loans program. Home financing strategies offered through Morgan Stanley Home Loans (MSHL) program include: Adjustable Rate Mortgages: In addition to the traditional 15-30year fixed mortgages, MSHL offers a variety of adjustable mortgages. Pledge Asset Feature: To secure a cash down payment, home buyers may liquidate a portion of their securities portfolio, potentially incurring disruption to their long-term investment strategy.

SAR Membership Meeting held last month at La Quinta Inn in Silverthorne. Pictured left to right: Todd K. Greimann, Vice President at Morgan Stanley Private Bank; Vanessa Vandeburgt, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management; Sue Frank, SAR CEO; Andrew Biggin, SAR Chair; Jackie McPhetters, SAR Immediate Past Chair; Michael Coleman, Complex Business Development Manager at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management

Title Vesting: The Title Vesting feature permits qualified home buyers to hold title to their property in the name of a non-operating entity. Title can be held, for example, in the name of an LLC, or eligible Trust accounts. Asset Pro Forma: The Asset Pro Forma (APM) method considers certain eligible home buyer assets as an income stream when considering Debt-to-Income ratios, as well as documentation of sufficient liquid reserves after closing. The feature may be a competitive advantage not offered by all lenders. Securities Based Loans: Whether you are purchasing a dream home, investing in real estate or funding an important life event, a securities-based lending strategy may be one viable option.

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SOCIAL GALLERY

FACES&PLACES TUBBS ROMP TO STOMP OUT Breast Cancer

The Tubbs Romp to Stomp is a fun, family-friendly snowshoe event helping to raise funds for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.

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The Romp To Stomp Out Breast Cancer took place on March 1st and did we ever have the snow to romp in!! The sea of pink was covered with white most of the day, though that certainly didn’t dampen the smiles and enthusiasm of our participants. We had a total of just over 1900 registered participants, 100 more than last year. Thus far we raised over $66,000, surpassing our goal of $1 million in 12 years. Keystone Founder Bill Bergman Sr. with wife Jane (right) and daughter-in-law, Rita (center) at a book signing to benefit the Keystone Science School.

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MANIPULATING metal into art ARCHITECTURE BRECK IRON WORKS DOES CUSTOM DESIGN FROM INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH I-BEAMS TO DELICATE DECORATIONS By Jessica Smith

The outside of the Breck Iron Works building gives little indication of what lies inside its 6,000 square feet. Business, office, workshop, showcase, home — it’s all of these and more. Step inside for a behind-thescenes glimpse of a business that deals in metric tons of metal, melding and shaping it into unique features in homes and buildings throughout Summit County.

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Metal m asters Owner and president Mark Bookman introduces the workshop first. Entering from the back, we walk past tall piles of metal log replicas of every variety. These are the components of the popular Fire on Demand fire pits that Breck Iron Works ships all over the country. Inside, the workshop is cavernous. The ceiling stretches high overhead and nearby tables are littered with scraps of metal and half-finished projects. Bookman points out several rows of circular metal pieces. They’re log ends, for the fire pits. Eventually they’ll be shaped and roughened to look like random bits of wood that one might find in the forest and gather for a campfire. Except these will burn on someone’s patio, and they’ll never disintegrate. Nature is the inspiration for much of Breck Iron Works’ PHOTOS COURTESY OF BRECK IRON WORKS

custom designs. Beyond the log ends, Bookman holds a small pinecone up to a metal replica several times its size. Although the metal one is gigantic, it looks just like the pinecone, down to the slight twists and bends of each bristle. Customers can order a particular species of pinecone, and Bookman’s crew will use a real-life model for the design. Outside, in front of the workshop, are more fire pits, starting small at 200-pound pieces and up. Bookman estimates that Breck Iron Works deals with approximately 45 tons of steel a year.

Innovating w ith ski lif t m aterial Past the fire pits are another popular commodity — original ski chairs that have been retired from their lifts. Bookman has about 150 chairs from the Breckenridge Super Chair lift. People place them both inside and outside, as swings or benches, he said. “It’s the authenticity of what’s here in the ski area,” he said of the chairs’ popularity. “(People) want to bring that into their house.” When he bought the chairs, Bookman also bought about

three miles of haul rope — the twisted steel cable that carried the chairs up and down the hill. He wanted to see what could be done with it, and the results were surprising. He and his workmen unbraided the thick cable, then re-braided a few strands back together to create things like handrails for balconies and staircases, or even handles for cabinets and doors. One surprising effect they found was that, unless artificially straightened, the re-braided cables curve, due to the years of traveling in a circular pattern for the lift. This

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creates a unique, natural wave to the cabinet handles, which have become popular. “Everybody loves the story behind it, … how they creatively have made pieces of art into functional stuff,” said Devon Tilly, president of Mountain View Window & Door in Denver. The company has begun selling Breck Iron Works’ custom hardware designs as its Peak 7 collection. “Everybody loves, in Colorado, to bring the outdoors inside, so that whole concept of a ski chair in your house with cabling, or a handrail that is like the cable, that’s the type of people that really fit that mold with that product.”

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Pass ion f or art and architecture Bookman’s office tells visitors everything they need to know about the Breck Iron Works founder. Pictures of wildlife and replicas of ducks in flight grace the walls and top two shelves, betraying Bookman’s love of hunting — if it wasn’t already apparent from the four golden hunting dogs that greet everyone on arrival. Bookman arrived in Summit County in 1987, “for the skiing, of course!” The small hills of his native Columbus, Ohio couldn’t compare with Colorado’s rugged mountains. His very first experience with welding was as a teenager, restoring a 1948 Willys Jeep. “It was so much fun, I decided to keep doing it,” he said. Bookman ran a concrete business in Breckenridge for 15 years before opening his welding shop in 2000. In 2003 he started doing more custom design work, and three years

ago built the building and workshop that he uses now. “I like the architectural side of welding,” Bookman said, “but we still do a lot of structural, (like) I-beams and columns for houses.” Although his team will come in for a single, specific design aspect, such as a ski cable handrail, wrought iron aspen leaf decoration or spiral staircase, he said that often he is hired to do everything, from the I-beams to the rail decorations. Any time a client comes in for a project of any size, Bookman’s office is where they will make the majority of their decisions. Arrayed across the bottom shelf are all kinds of metal rods and cables, twisted into a variety of designs. Clients can then pick up and hold the samples in their hands, a tactile experience that Bookman swears by. If handling the various samples isn’t enough to convince a client, Bookman has the next best thing right upstairs.

Brec k I ron W orks 67 Continental Ct., Breckenridge (970) 453-1946 www.FireOnDemand.com

BOOKMAN’S KITCHEN IS UPSTAIRS IN THE BRECK IRON WORKS BUILDING. HE FREQUENTLY OFFERS TOURS TO CLIENTS.

Ho m e a n d s h owro om Just past Bookman’s office and up the stairs is the loft that serves as his showroom, and also his home. He gave up his 2,600 square foot house to live above his workplace, and he couldn’t be happier. Not only is it convenient, but it lets him show clients exactly what his products would look like in use. At the top of the stairs, left leads to a small balcony, straight ahead is an old ski lift chair and right leads into the living room, which is separated from the kitchen by a curving metal bar. The foot rail along the bar is a curving piece of ski lift cable, and the handles on all the cabinets are smaller cables with the signature wave. The bedroom and bathroom also feature various custom designs that Breck Iron Works makes, from the sliding barn door track to metal reading lights attached to the bed headboard. Word of the loft reached Tilly, who owns a house on Peak 7 in Breckenridge. Intrigued, he stopped by for a tour and not long after, decided to start selling the Breck Iron Works custom hardware. Although he doesn’t have any in his own house at the moment, he’s considering commissioning a foot rail for the bar in his newly renovated kitchen.

Pe ak 7 Colle ction Mountain View Window & Door 815 South Jason Street, Denver (303) 649-2217 www.mtnview.us

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TR ANSACTIONS

SUMMIT REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS MARCH 2014

Purchaser | Price | SELLER

WELLINGTON 2 SUB, #5, LOT 19, BLK 9

ARAPAHOE LODGE CONDO, UNIT 8135

RESERVE AT FRISCO, #4, LOT 4, BLK 10

Erin Skeuse Adam Robinson | $659,900 | POPLAR WELLINGTON INC

Lynda & Tim Peters Roth IRAs | $207,000 |

Andrew J & Marcia S Aerenson | $1,200,000 | LESLIE AINSWORTH

BOULEVARD BEND CONDOS, UNIT 2 Condos Off Main Ltd | $621,000 | RN & DF JACOBSEN TRUST

TELEMARK LODGE CONDO, UNIT 2411 Mark & Anca Stevens | $166,500 | CHONG & GUY FALBO

SUMMIT COVE SUBS, #7, LOT 7-R, BLK 2

WEAVER TRUSTS, DAVID C & JULIE M

Christopher M & Sheila T Huynh | $520,000 | GREGG POOLEY

CONDOS OFF MAIN CONDOS, UNIT 2

MOTHER LODE CONDO, BLDG CV, UNIT 2411, BLDG C, UNIT 3

Jason & Jennifer Lovinger | $650,000 |

Buffalo City Rentals LLC | $160,000 | MICHAEL J PALMER TRUST

& ANNA KARIN COTTON

CONDOS OFF MAIN CONDOS, UNIT 12

SOUTHSIDE ESTATES SUB, LOT 5

R N & D F Jacobsen Trust | $656,200 |

Robertson Family PARtNErshIp LLLP | $2,450,000 | JON & LEONA BROWNSON

LA RIVA DEL LAGO CONDOS, UNIT 226 Mary Winquest | $350,000 | PARVIZ ABEDI & SHOMEISEH KHORZAD

CONDOS OFF MAIN CONDOS, UNIT 14

TIMBER CREEK ESTATES, #2, LOT 2A-A

FREY GULCH TOWNHOMES, LOT A-2

Gregory D & Carrie A Rogers | $635,000 | CONDOS OFF MAIN LTD

Leah Bailey, George A Spater | $415,000 | BRADLEY & KAREN COOK

Robert J & Jacqueline E Dunn | $500,000 | FREY GULCH LLC

EAST BAY CONDO, UNIT S

TYROLLEAN TERRACE CONDO, UNIT 9

WELLINGTON 2 SUB, #5, LOT 19, BLK 9

Michael S & Lisa M Debell | $257,500 |

James A Norris III, Kathryn Moffett | $215,000 | GEORGE SPATER

Erin Skeuse Adam Robinson | $659,900 |

HIGHLAND GREENS SUB, #1, LOT 36-C,

BARTON ADDN SUB, LOT 11

E Travers Paterson Trust | $610,000 |

James C & Anie Cox | $370,000 |

BOULEVARD BEND CONDOS, UNIT 2 Condos Off Main Ltd | $621,000 | RN & D F JACOBSEN TRUST

THE PINES AT KEYSTONE CONDO, #3, BLDG 2, UNIT 2065

TRAILS END CONDO, UNIT 410 Mary L Huges Trust | $499,000 | EQUITY TRUST CO & NICHOLAS E SOMMER IRA

Jason & Jennifer Lovinger | $650,000 |

DER STEIERMARK CONDO, UNIT 217

BOULEVARD BEND CONDOS, UNIT 12

Jeffrey Martin | $230,000 | PATRICIA PAGE

R N & D F Jacobsen R N & D F Trust | $656,200 | CONDOS OFF MAIN LTD

CONDOS OFF MAIN LTD

CONDOS OFF MAIN LTD

ROBERT & CHRISTINE MERRITT

ROBBIE D BEATY TRUST

Andrea C & David F Goodspeed | $295,000 | DUANE & JENNIFER COUCETTE DILLON VALLEY EAST CONDO, BLDG U, UNIT 303 Julie Ann Faulker | $102,000 | TODD FERULLO & NICHOLLE DIETTERICK DILLON VALLEY EAST CONDO, BLDG Q, UNIT 106

Amy Nelson James Bachman | $105,000 | JANET SCHOENBERG COPPER CANYON SUB, LOT 13-A, BLK 2

Corporatre Properties Inc | $452,500 | ANTHONY MANNARINO

CONDOS OFF MAIN CONDOS, UNIT 17 Laura M Koch | $275,000 | CONDOS OFF MAIN LTD MESA CORTINA SUB, #1, LOT 13

Guy & Karen Grosgebauer | $525,000 | KATHY GREEN VILLAMONT CONDO, BLDG 7, UNIT 6940

Pam Arsenault & Kip Wheeler | $219,000 | SYLVIA KONEMAN SLOPESIDE CONDOS, UNIT 2752

Susan M & Mathew J Cooley | $101,500 | JAMES YOH BUFFALO LODGE/DAKOTA CONDOS, UNIT 8393 Chris & Ellen Kelly | $207,000 | LAUREN & TIMOTHY MESCON

ROLAND F GONZALES TRUST

RAINBOW FOREST SUB

Jon Harrington | $450,000 | GENE SOBKE COPPER SPRINGS LODGE, UNIT 110

Jason M & Catherine M Weller | $345,000 | EDWARD & SHARON KARNES FOXPINE INN CONDO, UNIT 202

Jeffrey & Karen M Molyneux | $325,000 | RICHARD E THALACKER TRUST

THE PINES AT KEYSTONE CONDO, BLDG 2, UNIT 2057 William J & Holly K Hancock | $277,500 | DOAN SIBBALD MOUNTAIN PLAZA CONDO, UNIT 606 Eric & Tamara Eslich | $281,000 | SCOTT ZOOK & DIAN L M ZOOK TUCKER MOUNTAIN LODGE CONDO, UNIT 401 Copper Circle 401 LLC | $358,000 | CAROL MINZER VICTORIAN GABLES TOWNHOMES, UNIT A

Mark J & Tracey C Hennedssey Trusts | $500,000 | ROY & PATTY A HOINVILLE PEAK ONE NEIGHBORHOOD, #4, LOT 9, BLK 2

Melissa & Andrew Stabile | $428,900 | PEAK ONE NEIGHBORHOOD LLC 20

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ADDIE ROSE SUB, LOT 56-A

Kevin Hulbert | $499,000 | GREGORY

POPLAR WELLINGTON INC

BOULEVARD BEND CONDOS, UNIT 2 CONDOS OFF MAIN LTD

BOULEVARD BEND CONDOS, UNIT 14

Gregory D & Carrie A Rogers | $635,000 | CONDOS OFF MAIN LTD EAST BAY CONDO, UNIT S

Michael S & Lisa M Debell | $257,500 | ROBERT D BEATY TRUST HIGHLAND GREENS SUB, #1, LOT 36-C

E Travers Paterson Trust | $610,000 | ROBERT D BEATY TRUST

MOUNTAIN SIDE CONDO, BLDG E, UNIT 369

Aaron T & Michelle L Johnson | $349,500 | KAREN & ALAN BOWSER CRYSTAL CREEK TWNHMS, #3, LOT A

Blake & Kathleen M Bostwick | $420,000 | GLORIANN R HEINZ TRUST COLUMBIA LODE SUB, #3, LOT 3

Michael & Melissa Rosenbloum | $1,254,700 | COLUMBIA LODE PARTNERS LLC

Carbonate Real Estate Company TOM MALMGREN ~ CARMEN YONN

Copper Mountain, Colorado Tom Malmgren Owner/Managing Broker Realtor tjmalmgren@aim.com

970-968-6854 www.skicopper.net 1-800-526-7737 SELLING COPPER SINCE 1974

Carmen Yonn Broker Associate Realtor carmenyonn@aim.com

COPPER - VILLAGE SQUARE

THE LODGE AT COPPER

$20,000 Reduction! Ski area views! Extra large 781 square foot 1bd / 1bath! Sleeps 5! Great value now at $249,000

True ski in / ski out at base of Flyer Lift! Secluded location close to everything! 2 bdrm / 2 bath condos starting at $437,000

COPPER - TELEMARK LODGE PENTHOUSE

COPPER - VILLAGE POINT

Gorgeous 2 story condo with loft bedroom & 2 baths! Never rented & always available to see! Offered for $229,000

True ski in / ski out at base of Super Bee & backs to golf course! Extra large 2 level condo w 2 bdrms / den / 3 baths / $539,000

COPPER - SINGLE FAMILY HOMES

COPPER - WOODS TOWNHOMES

The Masters at Copper Creek! All homes back to ski slopes & golf course! Pricing starts at $1,495,000

Perfect mountain townhomes with hardwood floors and mountain decor. 2 levels, 3 bdrms, 2 baths & private garages from $658,000 Summitdaily.com/realestate

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HARNESSING the MOUNTAIN LIGHT PHOTO COURTESY LAURIE WILLIAMS, RE/MAX

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n many homes, bringing natural light into the space can be a challenge. Here in Summit County, the opposite is true. With more than 300 days of intense sunlight, the challenge is to temper the natural light. According to interior designer Tracey Egolf of Egolf Interiors, “architects have done such a wonderful job of designing homes with beautiful expansive windows that they almost allow too much light into the home.” Our high elevation puts us closer to the sun, and the intense midday sun can often be too bright for a comfortable environment. Egolf suggests using solar shades, essentially sunglasses for your home. The shades can be adjusted to allow different levels of light into the room, and some settings allow you to still be able to view the landscape outside. “Ideally, we like to be able to work with the builder before the house is built to create a recess pocket above the windows to hide the screens when they aren’t in use,” says Egolf. Installing these screens can be done after a home is built, but the screens and hardware will be visible. Another advantage to these screens is an added level of privacy.

BELOW: 326 MOUNTAIN BLUE BELLE, LISTING AGENT: KOURI WOLF, RE/MAX PROPERTIES OF THE SUMMIT. 970-668-5300. WWW.KWOLFREALESTATE.COM ABOVE (2): PHOTO COURTESY OF TRILOGY PARTNERS

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If your home doesn’t have large windows, an alternative is installing skylights or solar tubes. Be sure to use an experienced designer and contractor when installing either of these, as winter snow can lead to leaking or condensation built up if not properly installed. Once you’ve harnessed the source of light in your home, be sure to protect the items inside. Be cautious of fabrics that are in direct sunlight, which can fade over time. Avoid hanging artwork in direct light and skip hanging mirrors directly across from large windows, as they will bounce the light around the room.

When natural light isn’t available, what are you options? We look towards feng shui for guidance. Feng shui, in its simplest explanation, is the ancient Chinese art of arranging objects to create positive energy. This includes furniture layout, color choices and lighting sources. Different colors of light create different moods. Choosing the right type of light can enhance each room and its purpose. Pink lights have a calming effect, so use pink-hued bulbs in the living room or reading nook. Blue tones can be soothing and are

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recommended for nurseries. Red creates passion and energy and can be perfect for creating a vibrant kitchen. In the bedroom, purple light is said to evoke passion, so choose a purple-hued light or purple lampshades on your nightstands. Balance is important in feng shui, so choose a pair of matching lamps and lampshades to place on both sides of the bed. Be sure the nightstands are the same height, so the light beams at the same level, furthering the balance and symmetry. While advancements have been made in the type of light that fluorescent lights can produce, some of us are unlucky enough to still have the long tubed variety inside the plastic covers. So what can you do if your kitchen still has one of these creatures? Camouflage it. Head to Rocky Mountain Coffee Roasters on Main Street in Frisco to see how they’ve cleverly used burlap coffee sacks wrapped around wood to disguise the lights. It creates a warm glow as the light shines through the burlap, and has a modern, industrial vibe that could work well in many homes. Choose a fabric that appeals to you and craft your own hanging lampshade. We often think of light coming from above, but creating levels of light can be a powerful design tool. Egolf suggests, “a combination of fixed and decorative accent lighting to create balanced levels of light throughout the space.” For the highest level, utilize skylights during the day, or try using lights with an upward glow in a room with a vaulted ceiling to accentuate the structure. In the next level down, use ceiling lights with a warm glow, chandeliers, or hanging pendant lights. For the mid level, rely on windows during the day, and lamps or candles in the evening. Try placing the lamps in front of mirrors to reflect the light and cast a warm glow around the room. For the lowest level, when needed, place lights that beam upward, especially in corners, to eliminate any shadows.

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Feeling overwhelmed? Start with one simple project that will have a major impact — install dimmer switches on your overhead lights. You’ll be able to control the light throughout the day to achieve the mood you desire — a soft glow for a quiet evening, or a bright illuminated space for a craft project.

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PROPERTIES OF THE SUMMIT Each office is independently owned and operated.

Team Brooks $2,149,000

Gated Community 6 BD Ruby Ranch Cedar Log Estate Home Theater Library Wine Cellar Great Views

3 BD + den + loft $273,400 — Short Sale Incredible Views in Placer Valley

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Amon Team Bret Amon

970-376-3813 www.amonteam.com 220 S Main St, Breckenridge

5 BD Single Family Home Keystone Ranch

Only $929,000

4 BD Penthouse River Run Village

$899,999 Great Rental!

Two Convenient Summit County Locations:

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220 S Main St. | Breckenridge, CO 80424 970.389.3019

Frisco

305 Main St. | Frisco, CO 80443 970.668.3000

PROPERTY SPOTLIGHT

248 WIL D IR ISHMA N ROA D

A PARTY HOST’S By Meredith Metz

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eystone has a lot to offer, from the Outback that many skiers have come to love to the beautiful views found from any point on the slopes. Tucked away at the base of the mountain are several rental properties and second homes located off Soda Ridge Road, and one single-family home in particular that has much more to offer. Pulling into the driveway of 248 Wild Irishman Road, a stacked stone awning greets the guest at the massive solid wood front door. The elegant four-bedroom home was built by an original developer of Keystone Resort. The subsequent owners expanded upon the home to sprawl across the property’s fenced 1.5 acres, sparing no warm mountain touch in the process. The home boasts two 2-car garages and is not restricted by Home Owner Association regulations, which makes the second garage ideal for storing winter outdoor gear and summer toys worthy of envy. The current owner uses the back driveway to host his sailboat and RV in the allotted space, and still has plenty of room inside the garage for additional storage. While three of the very large bedrooms are located in the newly developed end, the master bedroom is tucked away on the opposing side as part of the original property, which allows for maximum privacy and serenity, especially found in the private den that contains its own fireplace and wine bar.

Stepping through the front door, the eyes are immediately drawn through the den, past the kitchen, and into the great room on the other side of the home. The slate tiling provides a warm entry into this oversized mountain home -- the size of which a guest could not anticipate from the exterior. Bleached wood plank walls stretch throughout each room of the home, playing on a cozy, yet rustic barn feel while adding an unparalleled uniqueness that is hard to come by in a county that thrives on mountain lifestyle. Skylights throughout the home paired with floorto-ceiling windows allow endless natural light to spill into each room, amplifying the light that is already oozing from the wood treated walls. Tied together by slate

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tile and hardwood flooring, walking through the front door invites a guest to continue exploring each aspect of this beautifully furnished home. It is a party host’s dream, ideal for family and friend get-togethers, as a rental for old friends to reunite and play on the mountain for a week, or even multiple families to share ownership, with more than enough space for an unforgettable vacation. The initial den features a gas fireplace, wellpaired couches and a wet bar to encourage a social hour filled with fun while overlooking the spacious sodded backyard. The adjacent barbe-

que patio, the built-in vegetable garden and the fire pit are enough to entice anyone to step outside and enjoy the crisp mountain air. Continuing past the den into the kitchen, a breakfast bar ideal for a shared morning meal or for appetizer placement at a party allows the chef to continue doing what a chef does best while inviting guests or family members to flow throughout the room. The kitchen features a skylight above the island to grace the room with even more natural light than the surrounding windows allow. Plenty of counter space for meal preparation and appetizer sampling make this kitchen perfect for hosting an event for many.

Property Highlights: 248 Wild Irishman Road for sale at $1,350,000 •

4 bed, 3 bath

3 fireplaces, 1 natural wood

Fenced, sodded yard spanning 1.5 acres

Two 2-car garages

Master bath Jacuzzi tub with embedded slate mountain graphic backsplash

Private master patio and backyard access

Private office sanctuary branched off master with wine bar and fireplace

Fully furnished with eclectic, rustic pieces throughout LISTING AGENT

Laurie Williams

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As one gives the chef their warmest compliments and continues beyond into the great room, they are greeted with a floor to ceiling stacked stone wood burning fireplace, complete with wooden bookshelves on either side that also span the height of the wall. It is easy to imagine a glass of wine and a good conversation as the ideal guests to join one in such a warmly inviting room. Attached to the kitchen but elevated from the great room is a dining room and table fit for eight situated under a skylight that draws the Rocky Mountain stars overhead while enjoying a meal with family and friends. Windows that span the wall of the great room face the backyard and allow family and guests to watch the snow fall outside while enjoying a relaxing moment by the fire. As I entered this room, I couldn’t resist but sit by the fire and enjoy a conversation with Laurie Williams, RE/MAX real estate agent and familiarized party attendant in this gorgeous home.

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Find out more today, call Blythe Rahm at 877-225-1230 or email us today at newowner@wynvr.com. *These vacations are limited. Destinations and travel times are subject to availability and confirmed on a first come, first served basis. Offer includes only accommodations and specifically excludes travel costs and other expenses that may be incurred. Taxes, additional fees and charges may apply. Promotional discounts and offers may not apply to all properties. Cannot be combined with other offers and is valid on new reservations only. This promotional offer may be discontinued at the discretion of Wyndham Vacation Rentals. Other restrictions may apply. Offer void where prohibited by law. CST: 2081369-50. Registration as a seller of travel does not constitute approval by the State of California. Fla. Seller of Travel Reg. No. ST-36515. Nevada Seller of Travel Registration No. 2006-0006. Washington Seller of Travel Reg. No. 602560941. Rental offer and rental inventory is made available by Resort Rental, LLC (operating as Holiday Rentals, LLC in MD and T X), an Indiana-licensed limited liability company, whose principal broker is Donald J. Killingback. ©2013 Wyndham Vacation Rentals North America, LLC. Wyndham Vacation Rentals and related marks are registered trademarks and/or service marks in the United States and internationally. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A. 7 Sylvan Way, Parsippany, NJ 07054

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THE VIEW

LOCALES

SHADES OF BLUE

The Blue River, as it enters Green Mountain Reservoir, makes for an interesting contrast in colors this winter.

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PROPERTIES OF THE SUMMIT Each office is independently owned and operated.

LAKESIDE LIVING FRISCO Timberline Cove

LIVE IN THE HEART OF THE VILLAGE 2 BD+ Den / 2.5 BA $725,000

3 BED / 3 BATH / $639,000

Elegant alpine ambiance with highend finishes incl. granite countertops and floor to ceiling rock fireplace. Access the outdoors from this ground floor condo.

TOP FLOOR 3 BEDROOM WITH MOUNTAIN VIEWS Unobstructed Views LUXURY HOME IN BRECKENRIDGE 5 BED PLUS DEN / 4 BATH / $743,500

3 BD / 2 BA $260,000

Corner rock fireplace and wood floors make this lake view property with endless amenities an ideal spot with unbeatable views.

YOUR COTTAGE IN THE WOODS 3 BED / 2.5 BATH / $474,000

Your Resort Real Estate Expert!

Lisa R. Angell

RE/MAX Properties of the Summit 220 S Main Street Breckenridge, CO  80424 970-389-7616 | O 970-453-7000 www.lisaangell.remax-

Wendy Tancheff

Broker Associate RE/MAX Properties of the Summit 970-389-3019 | Mobile www.MountainLivingMLS.com wendyt@remax.net Summitdaily.com/realestate

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WHY LIST WITH US?

$218,000,000 AVERAGE ANNUAL SALES VOLUME*

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EXTRAORDINARY ADDRESS. YOURS. With inventory levels at a five year low, now may be an excellent opportunity to sell your home. With decades of experience, prominent real estate sales and local knowledge make us a Summit County real estate leader. Trust our team at Slifer Smith & Frampton to market and sell your home.

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FRISCO: 970.668.1550

*Based on MLS Data for sales volume over the last 7 years counting both listing and selling side. Land and Residential only. Summit County HOME | APRIL /MAY 2014

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