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20 Things We ♼ About Telluride

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Outfitters & Activities Time Well Spent in Telluride Vol. 2 Issue 1

Distinctive Properties from the Telluride Region


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Welcome to Telluride! You’ve put a lot of effort into planning and getting here and I hope you enjoy your time to get out and revel in the rugged natural beauty and independent spirit of Colorado’s San Juan mountains. Whether it’s your first visit or fifth, if you happen to fall in love while you are here – like so many of us have over the years – don’t waste another minute delaying what will truly be the best time of life for your family. Visit one of our six office locations in the Town of Telluride and Mountain Village to meet with one of our broker professionals and learn how Telluride can become a more permanent part of your life. Don’t waste another minute postponing the life you want to LIV!

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20 Things We ♥ About Telluride

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Out to Lunch with Brad Nelson

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Making Mountain Living a Lasting Lifestyle

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The Ideal Local Resource

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LIV Sotheby’s International Realty Broker Directory

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Outfitters & Activities

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TELLURIDE BY ERIN SPILLANE

Known for its world-class ski resort and vibrant summer scene, unique Telluride has so much to discover. That’s the thing about Telluride: enchanting discoveries await in and around the box canyon, but quite possibly the most significant discovery just waiting to be made is that Telluride is a year-round hub where each season brings new surprises. In wintertime, there are the epic snows, skiing, snowboarding, outdoor activities, a fun après scene and crisp, starry nights. Springtime follows as the snows suddenly retreat, leaving the aspens and firs that cloak the lower flanks of the surrounding mountains bursting into life. Sunny, warm summertime is a delight, with hikes to wildflower strewn meadows, stand-up paddle-boarding on a high-alpine lake or a lung-busting session mountain biking, before a late-afternoon cocktail and live outdoor music. The lazy days of summer give way to the glory of Gold Season in the San Juans, as the greens of summer transition into the dazzling riot of yellows and ambers come autumn. Telluride has an abundance of riches, to be sure. And, when you think you have experienced all that this place has to offer, it reveals a little more, just to make certain that you know that you’re in a wonderful, unique place. Time to truly discover Telluride? Absolutely!

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AWARD-WINNING SKI RESORT Condé Nast Traveler readers have ranked the Telluride Ski Resort the No. 1 Ski Resort six of the last nine years, with the resort’s wide-open slopes, absence of lift lines, diverse on-mountain dining options and famed ski school making for a winning combination. Telluride offers a sweet balance of terrain — 23 percent beginner, 36 percent intermediate and 41 percent advanced/expert — while its vertical drop (4,425 vertical feet of skiing and 3,845 vertical feet lift-served) puts it in the top 10 in North America. The Telluride School District’s Winter PE program sees local schoolkids swap the classroom for the slopes one day a week during snow season, while the Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club has sent three of its alumni to the Winter Olympics in recent years.

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CLOSE-KNIT COMMUNITY Sure, it’s known for skiing and snowboarding in winter and fun summertime festivals, but Telluride is a community first. Small, friendly and laidback, Telluride somehow manages to balance these small-town attributes with highly regarded dining and arts scenes worthy of any big city, all underpinned by an abiding love for the stunning outdoors that surround us and for the people — friends and neighbors, community leaders and colleagues — who call this very special place home.

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The Telluride School District is tops in the State of Colorado. Currently ranked no. 1, the local school district has occupied either first or second place every year since the Colorado Department of Education began ranking districts over 10 years ago.

TOP OF THE CLASS

Architecture A-Z A National Historic Landmark District, Telluride, which was founded in 1878, offers one of the highest concentrations of Victorian-era architecture in the United States. Mountain Village and the surrounding mesas form the perfect setting for mountain modern- and rustic-style homes, serene and spacious retreats that blend seamlessly into their natural surroundings.

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Fun for Kiddos Telluride is a playground for kids of all ages. Our favorites: in winter, sledding on Firecracker Hill in Town Park or skating at one of the three ice rinks. In summer, we love to camp, hike, paddleboard and enjoy the outdoors. Even a ride on the Gondola, or a visit to the award-winning Library, is a special treat in Telluride. telluridesothebysrealty.com 9


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MAKING HISTORY Telluride’s history, which stretches back to the late 1800s, is equally parts fascinating and quirky. For instance, did you know that Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank here? In 1889, the iconic outlaw made off with over $20,000 from the San Miguel Valley Bank (then located in the Mahr Building, which still stands at

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129 W. Colorado Avenue). And, Telluride is the first place in the world where alternating-current (AC) electricity was used. The feat, which owed its success to local entrepreneur and mine owner L.L. Nunn, took place in 1891 at the Ames Power Plant west of town. The Telluride Historical Museum is a great place to explore this history, and was itself the site of another strange chapter from Telluride’s past: The building that houses the museum used to be a hospital and was the location, in 1949, of a self-appendectomy. Yep, a local physician removed his own appendix without mirrors or anesthetic, apparently the first and only procedure of its kind in Colorado.

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Telluride’s iconic Gondola is free and connects Telluride and Mountain Village via a unique and scenic 13-minute journey. This one-of-a-kind public transportation system carries 3 million passengers a year (more than 50 million since it opened in 1996) and is disabled-, pet- and stroller-accessible. According to the Town of Mountain Village’s website, it would take 21 passenger buses operating on the 7.2 miles of road between the two towns to maintain the G’s capacity of 1,070 people per hour.


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As the San Juans shed their winter whites, summer in Telluride reveals a lush, verdant landscape where hiking and biking trails wind through sun-dappled groves of aspen trees, waterfalls cascade, wildflowers colorfully carpet high-alpine meadows and the sun shines high in the bluebird sky that Colorado is famous for. Telluride might be best known for its skiing and snowboarding, but summertime here is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise, with options for hiking, biking, standup paddle-boarding, fishing, golfing, climbing and more.

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Unique Shops Telluride and Mountain Village are home to a wide range of independent, funky and locally owned boutiques and shops, giving locals and visitors alike a wealth of opportunity for some retail therapy or simply finding the perfect gift.

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foodies The Telluride and Mountain Village dining scene is a mecca for foodies with highly professional chefs intent on devising inventive, delicious and often award-winning menus that rely on ingredients sourced sustainably and regionally. The result? A well-regarded center for foodies with fabulous and fun restaurants sure to satisfy a wide range of tastes, occasions and budgets. The biggest challenge for diners will be taking their eyes off the jaw-dropping vistas long enough to peruse the menu.

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STEM-TASTIC

Tiny Telluride is a hub for STEM. The popular Pinhead Institute promotes STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education in area youth via engaging after-school activities, summer camps and a prestigious summer internship program. Since 1984, the Telluride Science Research Center, the largest independent molecular science center in the world, has hosted thousands of the world’s most eminent scientists, including a number of Nobel prize winners, here in Telluride. Visiting scientists collaborate, discuss and investigate in a relaxed, supportive environment, an approach that has led over the years to significant breakthroughs across a variety of disciplines.

The Arts, Dahling Telluride was one of the first towns to be named a Colorado Creative District, a nod to the work of the pillars of the local arts scene: arts council Telluride Arts, which has promoted the arts in the area for almost 50 years, as well as the Ah Haa School for the Arts, Telluride’s beloved center for arts education.

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In addition to the free Gondola, both Telluride and Mountain Village offer free buses that run in a loop. (Telluride’s shuttle, the Galloping Goose, is named for a narrow-gauge railroad that served the region during the latter years of its mining heyday.) For travel farther afield, Telluride is served by two airports, Telluride/Montrose Regional Airport (MTJ) and the Telluride Regional Airport (TEX).

The Telluride Golf Club offers a 71-par, 18-hole course that meanders west from the Meadows ski run and boasts unforgettable views of the surrounding peaks. The club also has a putting green, practice facilities and pro shop. An added bonus? Tee off in Telluride and your ball will go 15 percent farther thanks to the high altitude, although those stupendous views, along with the occasional wildlife sighting, make it hard to keep your eye on the ball.

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WILDLIFE Spend any amount of time outdoors in and around Telluride and you’ll surely spot some of our most esteemed neighbors: Elk, black bear, lynx, beaver, coyotes and mountain lions all call the area home.


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Geographically Blessed With the highest concentration of 13,000- and 14,000-foot peaks in North America, Telluride’s mountain surroundings are stunningly beautiful. They also boast the tallest free-falling waterfall in Colorado, 365-foot-tall Bridal Veil Falls at the east end of the box canyon, and, to the west of town, Wilson Peak, a stately fourteener that makes up the Coors logo.

16 BIKEMANIA When the snows are a distant memory and the summertime sun is high in the bluer-than-blue Colorado sky, grab a bike and head to Mountain Village and the Telluride Ski Resort for biking options that are nothing short of incredible. First, there are a number of freestyle, technical and cross-country trails that crisscross the resort and wind around the Village Center. And then there’s the ski resort’s Bike Park, a professionally designed, lift-served course with undulating trails that spiral downhill through the glades and meadows of the resort. A blast for the entire family.

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The Other Skiing

Telluride digs skiing. No, not that skiing. This time, we are talking Nordic, or cross country. Head to the Nordic Center in Telluride Town Park for gear, lessons, guided tours and all the lowdown on exploring maintained trails in Town Park, the Valley Floor, the Golf Course and more.

LOVE THE LIBRARY With a remarkable collection of books, DVDs, music, oral histories and more, programming for all ages and non-traditional loan items like karaoke machines, costume kits and snowshoes, the Wilkinson Public Library is a well-deserved national award winner among libraries. A bumper sticker frequently seen around town says it best: “Came for the skiing, stayed for the library.”


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20 HIGH NOTES Love music? Telluride and Mountain Village do too. A wealth of venues, ranging from the historic Sheridan Opera House to sleek, modern spots like the Michael D. Palm Theatre and Club Red, as well as intimate spaces in local bars, give music lovers a wealth of year-round options. Come summertime, it’s all about Telluride’s uber-popular festivals: Bluegrass, the Ride, Jazz Fest and the Blues & Brews Festival, plus a sprinkling of smaller gatherings, including the long-running Telluride Chamber Music Festival and outdoor live music in Mountain Village.

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Making Mountain Living a Lasting Lifestyle Homebuying Trends Fueled by the Pandemic and Finding One’s Passion

To say that 2020 has changed things would be an understatement. BY AMANDA MOLITOR

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This year the world has encountered events that will alter the course of history. Largely due to the pandemic, the way people interact with each other, how businesses operate, and societal norms have all been significantly modified. Aside from the obvious health and safety measures, such as masks and social distancing, that are now commonplace in our everyday lives, one of the biggest changes we’ve seen is a particularly strong shift to focusing on our lifestyles and finding our passion. Personal space no longer means just keeping your distance from strangers in public places, but rather creating your own safe haven at home. Our homes, where many of us are spend-

ing the majority of our time, are more important than ever which has motivated many consumers to question whether or not their current residence is where they see themselves spending their foreseeable future. City dwellers, who once enjoyed the hustle and bustle of the urban areas, are now seeking more space and serenity amidst the madness of 2020. The pandemic has allowed people to live and work more remotely from home, and additionally, many people are focusing on quality of life. With this increased mobility it seems those who have had a plan to make the mountains a more permanent part of their lives are making that happen today.


Due to this new trend in consumers preferences, Colorado has become a very popular place to buy and sell real estate. Protected by a beautiful box canyon, Telluride offers its residents a life filled with breathtaking vistas, nature and wildlife, world-class skiing, unbeatable summers, and tremendous dining for such a remote location. This impressive list of features aligns with what many homebuyers are looking for in a mountain retreat. With all that Telluride has to offer, it is more than just a resort town, it’s a vital, authentic community where neighbors support neighbors and residents contribute to the well-being and fabric of the community. The Telluride real estate market has made a major comeback from where it was in the spring

of 2020 when the market practically came to a halt due to COVID-19 restrictions. According to LIV Sotheby’s International Realty’s 2020 Q3 Micro Market Reports, Telluride and the surrounding communities saw unprecedented buyer interest with a major increase in the number of transactions, escalating sold prices and an ever growing sales volume. Set deep within the San Juan Mountains in southwest Colorado, the historic town of Telluride offers its residents a chance to escape the ordinary. Here, the only commute visitors look forward to making is taking the Gondola from the historic town of Telluride to the neighboring resort town of Mountain Village. The laid-back lifestyle and stunning surroundings have lured buyers from all over and the numbers prove it. According to LIV Sotheby’s International Realty’s 2020 Q3 Micro Market Reports, San Miguel County, including Telluride, has seen a sharp increase in residential properties sold. Additionally, the average sold price is increasing due to high demand for the mountain lifestyle. Telluride’s real estate market is at its highest and best in 13 years in terms of dollar volume sold, number of transactions and average transaction price. All this growth in Telluride’s real estate

market stems from one thing, lifestyle. Many consumers have reprioritized and are rethinking their long-term plans for where they want to live and what kind of lifestyle will suit them best. This switch has led to a boom in Telluride and the surrounding communities that shows no signs of slowing down. Although the pandemic is the catalyst that sparked this change, what many consumers are experiencing right now is freedom unlike any they’ve ever had before. We are no longer confined to the cities and towns in which we work. In a matter of minutes, we can be video conferencing with colleagues or clients halfway around the world without needing to leave our homes. Where we live is now driven by our dreams of a life we’ve always wanted. This new opportunity begs the question: if you could live anywhere, where do you find your passion? If your answer to that question has to do with a lifestyle of crisp air and the great outdoors, Telluride awaits you. LIV Hungry for more? LIV Sotheby’s International Realty is proud to provide various reports as detailed resources for consumers to make informed decisions about their financial future. Visit ColoradoMarketReports.com. telluridesothebysrealty.com 17


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OUTFITTERS & ACTIVITIES The small mountain community of Telluride sits in a picturesque box canyon surrounded by the stunning peaks of the San Juan Mountains. The area was once a mining hub, then a ghost town, and is now revitalized as the epicenter for a wide range of summer and winter outdoor activities. Whether you are looking to get in touch with your inner cowboy, experience a mountain adventure or celebrate the season in style, Telluride has something for you. Thrilling activities, splendid scenery and mountain discovery await.

telluride outside The acclaimed outfitter has been around since 1984 when Bill White launched his first commercial rafting trip on the San Miguel River. Since then, it has been the hub for all things adventure in Telluride. As a comprehensive guide service, Telluride Outside can get you outfitted for everything from fly fishing and snowmobiling to river rafting, stand-up paddle-boarding and more. is the gateway to seldom

eastern Utah. The pine,

all-new touring fleet of

traveled backcountry

fir and aspen forest

2021 Ski Doo 4-stroke

with unmatched riding

provides a winter home

snowmobiles that emit

opportunities and

to elk, mule deer, lynx,

up to 90% less carbon

scenery. On most tours,

mountain lion, ermine,

dioxide, decreasing the

we stop several times

fox, bobcat and coyote.

environmental footprint

to take photos, discuss ecology, observe

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occasional wildlife and

All snowmobile tours will

prepare for challenging

be private this winter.

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sections of trail. The

Additionally, T.O. has an

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Telluride Outside is

snowmobile tours are

scenery simply cannot

known for its fly shop,

tops. They offer half

be overstated.� The

the Telluride Angler,

day, advanced half day,

trails traverse glades,

which is recognized as

and full day tours in

forests and park land

one of Colorado's finest

the Beaver Park area,

between some of

specialty fly shops. They

between the Wilson and

the highest peaks in

offer scenic snowmobile

Dolores mountain ranges.

Southwest Colorado, with soaring views

tours in wintertime and guided fly fishing year-

WHAT'S UNIQUE

of the Wilson Range,

round.

According to Telluride

Dolores peaks, Little

Outside, “Just 30

Cone, Lone Cone, the

MOST POPULAR

minutes from Telluride,

Sneffels Range and the

In the winter season,

our Fall Creek snow base

La Sal Mountains of

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Telluride Horseback Adventures Riding horseback is one of the best ways to experience life in the mountains of western Colorado. Colorful cowboy Roudy Roudebush has been taking people on trail rides for over 40 years. He is best known for his comical nature and showmanship, the likes of which have been documented in film and photography worldwide, much to his surprise and delight. Roudy is sure to crack a joke or two, perhaps even ruffle a few feathers, but it’s all in good fun. In fact, the local legend got his start when Telluride was just a sleepy mountain town of only 200 people. Today, he stays true to himself amidst all the changes, while filling families up with hot cocoa, a lifetime's worth of stories, and good cheer on his famous sleigh rides. Roudy offers

experience the beauty of

and wildlife. They also

to book early during the

unforgettable Horseback

the season on horseback.

host weddings and

holidays to secure their

Rides and Sleigh Rides

The sleigh rides are

events, where his beloved

spot on the trails. Roudy

from his sprawling ranch

the most popular and

Belgian Draft Horses,

says this past summer

in Norwood. All trail rides

ideal for families with

Clyde and Frank, are

they “were booked

depart from Norwood

kids. They also offer

stars of the show.

solid, six days a week,

Barn, Tuesdays through

sleigh rides for up to ten

numerous publications

25 rides a day.” And he

Saturdays. Be sure to

people. Prepare to dash

IN THE PRESS

and media outlets,

expects the same this

call Roudy at the barn to

through the snow to the

You can catch Roudy on

and is best known

winter. Rumor has it,

learn what offerings are

tune of sleigh bells with

the cover of the yet-

locally for riding his

he is entering semi-

available and when.

Roudy as your guide.

to-be-released Brian

trusty steed inside the

retirement, so book a

Bowen Smith book,

historic Sheridan Bar in

ride with Roudy while you

THE EXPERIENCE

WHAT'S UNIQUE

'Drivebys', as well as in

downtown Telluride when

still can. It’s a Telluride

In the wintertime,

Roudy operates Telluride

the early 2000’s Disney

occasion calls.

tradition after all.

there are trail rides

Horseback Adventures

documentary, 'America’s

and private rides in the

out of his working cattle

Heart & Soul'. He has

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snow, allowing you to

ranch with long views

also been featured in

Guests are encouraged

ridewithroudy.com

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Telluride Sleighs and Wagons Located on the historic Aldasoro family ranch, guests enjoy a winter experience unlike anything before. At Telluride Sleighs and Wagons, winter takes on a whole new meaning with a Dinner Sleigh Ride at the Aldasoro Family Ranch. Since the early 1920s, the family has been an important part of the community, starting with their immigration to the San Juan mountains where they supplied lamb and wool to neighboring mining camps. Today, they have opened up their ranch to the public, allowing guests to experience the breathtaking scenery and story of their family legacy.

In the winter Telluride

site where you will be

dinner. World-class chefs

with special rides on

pappardelle, and rainbow

greeted with Spanish

prepare a multi-course

Christmas Eve, Christmas

trout, as well as dessert

tapas and a welcome

meal and warm drinks

Day, and New Year’s Eve.

options like mountain

cocktail to kick off the

are served. Guests can

night. Then, enjoy dinner

spend the remainder of

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flourless chocolate cake.

at the ranch’s authentic

the evening stargazing

A curated menu by Chef

A kid’s menu is also filled

sheep camp, followed

by the outdoor bonfire

Graeme Charles includes

with delectable offerings.

by a return sleigh ride

before they are whisked

charcuterie, coconut

Refer to the website for

home.

away once more in the

curried sugar pumpkin

menu updates.

sleigh before heading

soup, main course

Sleighs and Wagons

berry crumble and a

offers private, safe, and

WHAT'S UNIQUE

home. Kick your holiday

choices such as leg of

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serene dinner sleigh

Guests are picked up at

gatherings up a notch

lamb, buffalo tenderloin,

Be sure to call and

rides. Weddings and

a location of their choice

inquire about private

private events are also

and transported to the

bookings. Due to

available throughout the

family's private 740-acre

current restrictions, all

year.

ranch, which is about 10

reservations are private.

minutes from Telluride

You can also buy gift

THE EXPERIENCE

on Deep Creek Mesa.

cards for future dates.

Dinner Sleigh Rides

Once guests are on the

make for a memorable

property, they are treated

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Telluride experience. In

to a horse drawn sleigh

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the winter months, you

ride through the aspens,

can ride on a horse-

which ends at a heated

drawn sleigh to a cozy

and lit canvas tent for

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Telluride Helitrax The Telluride area contains some of the most spectacular terrain found anywhere in the world. If you are an avid skier looking for a new experience, then look no further than Telluride Helitrax for out-of-the-ordinary fun. Heidi Lauterbach with Telluride Helitrax says there is no better time to book your heli-ski experience, than now. “Telluride Helitrax is a familyowned guide service providing tailored, personalized guest experiences,” she says. “We still believe strongly in powder days and fun, and we work hard to deliver unforgettable memories. Our team is the best.” multi-day experience.

FUN FACT

skiers should consider

draw is obviously heli-

Each adventure includes

“Almost all of our terrain

this offering.

skiing. They also offer

everything you need from

is above tree line,”

guided backcountry tours

powder skis to snacks to

says Lauterbach. “It is

and scenic helicopter

safety equipment.

considered some of the

tours and charter flights. THE EXPERIENCE

JEFF CRICCO / HELITRAX ©

Telluride Helitrax's big

most spectacular ski WHAT'S UNIQUE

terrain found anywhere

Telluride Helitrax utilizes

in the world. We have

INSIDER TIPS Helitrax can accommodate different skill levels and skiers don't have to be experts

Heli-skiing affords guests

small, intimate groups of

hundreds of different

heli-drop backcountry

a ski and snowboard

four guests to one guide.

helicopter drop off

skiing. The company uses

“We're anticipating a busy season. Book as

to enjoy the experience.

experience unlike

The operation and staff

locations to choose from

their helicopter to access

any other. Guests can

have earned a reputation

and a wide variety of

terrain over 13,000 feet

soon as you plan your

runs.”

near Telluride. Then,

trip to Telluride,” says Lauterbach.

book anything from a

as one of the safest

single day with six runs

and most experienced

skiers and boarders

(totaling 10,000 to

helicopter skiing and

EXCITING NEWS

descend 4,000 feet

14,000 feet of vertical),

snowboarding services in

Last year, Telluride

to the valley floor. It is

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Helitrax launched single

advised that only expert

helitrax.com

to a fully customized

North America.

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Telluride Outfitters These local experts offer spectacular, fun outdoor activities, plus experienced guides who know the terrain and are expert at creating memorable mountain experiences. Telluride Outfitters is perhaps best known for the destinations of its snowmobile tours, truly wonderful locales that reflect the uniqueness of this stunning corner of the San Juan Mountains. In winter, Telluride

WHAT'S UNIQUE

gourmet lunch and a soak

Outfitters provides

The Dunton Hot Springs

in natural hot springs. A

commonly booked guided

mining center, and the

snowmobile tours, while

Tour is the most unique

mix of thrilling outdoor

expedition, and with

role it played in the first-

in summer they offer RZR

outing. The full-day

activity and luxury.

reason. While enjoying

ever use of alternating-

tours, white-water rafting,

experience includes

spectacular scenery,

current (AC) electricity.

Jeep Rubicon rentals and

snowmobiling to the

MOST POPLUAR

guests learn about the

Ideal for families, groups

stand-up paddle-boarding

private, historic town

The two-hour Alta Ghost

region’s fascinating past,

and history buffs, this

rentals and tours.

of Dunton, a sit-down

Town Tour is the most

when it was a thriving

is a snowmobiling tour

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Winter Moon Sled Dog Adventures It’s the thrill of a lifetime. In Telluride, outdoor recreation is aplenty. However, there is one non-skiing activity you can’t afford to miss – Winter Moon Sled Dog Adventures. This small, family-run business is the only dog sled company in town and one of the best ways to take in the scenic backcountry. We tracked down the man who started it all, founder and owner Mark Wood. bred to do this, so they

INSIDER TIPS

are having a great time

Tours typically meet at

and enjoying it and are

8:10am, returning at

excited to get out.”

approximately 12:15 pm. But depending on the

THE EXPERIENCE

weather and bookings,

This is a great activity

there might be room to

for families with kids,

stay on the mountain

as an 8-dog team of

longer. They have several

A dog sledding adventure

Alaskan Huskies take

specified meeting

with a side of education

you on a tour you’ll never

locations in Telluride as

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MOUNTAIN VILLAGE A MODERN TOWN INSPIRED BY EUROPEAN SKI VILLAGES FOUNDED IN 1986 and incorporated in 1996, the town of Mountain Village was inspired by the ski villages of Europe, with a center comprised of sunny, cobblestone plazas, architecture suggestive of the Alps and a vibe that is at once elegant and friendly. The town sits amidst the Telluride Ski Resort at around 9,500 feet above sea level and consists of over 2,100 acres of land. Full-time residents number around 1,300. The town offers a mix of condominiums, fractional ownership (condos and homes), residential homes, sprawling mountain retreats and developable lots. The town’s hub, the Village Center, is home to a variety of restaurants and stores, as well as office space, luxury hotels, homes and condominiums, typically situated around one of the European-style village plazas. The Village Center hosts the Gondola’s Station Mountain Village, which connects to Telluride, as well

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as Lifts 1, 2 and 4 on the Telluride Ski Resort. The resort’s main offices, ticket offices, ski and snowboard school, nursery and more are based here. The Village Center also boasts the Telluride Conference Center, two skating facilities, outdoor fire pits and seating, a climbing rock and equipment rentals. Condominiums dot the center and are considered well-located with ski in/ski out access to the mountain and an easy stroll to the Gondola. Away from the charming Village Center, wooded boulevards wind up and around the ski resort. In the area adjacent to Lift 10-served terrain, San Joaquin Road and Benchmark Drive are winding streets with a mix of condominiums, town homes, sprawling estate residences and yet-to-be-developed lots. Ski runs weave around these neighborhoods, providing immediate access to the slopes. North and west of this area includes

stretches of the Telluride Golf Club, as well as Adams Ranch Road, Double Eagle Drive and Russell Drive, where many of the homes sit alongside the golf course or high-alpine meadows. The more open, expansive terrain here translates into stunning views of the surrounding peaks. Throughout Mountain Village there remains a wide selection of lots and development parcels available for purchase. The Town’s well-thought-out Comprehensive Plan recognizes the importance of space, tranquility and extraordinary views and seeks to protect these qualities while promoting Mountain Village’s sense of community. Lots have been carefully planned to give owners the best access to the ski resort, balancing this with privacy, quiet and views. Maps of Mountain Village can be found on pages 38 and 39.


MOUNTAIN VILLAGE

692 MOUNTAIN VILLAGE BOULEVARD 'Village Overlook' occupies a unique location adjacent to Mountain Village Center just 500 feet from the Gondola Station to the historic Town of Telluride. Easily walk to Chair 4 of the Telluride Ski Resort and the Gondola in a couple minutes. An elegant open floor plan includes 6 bedrooms, 6.5 baths, gracious indoor and outdoor entertaining areas, and a wood burning fireplace in the vaulted great room. Western orientation offers views to 14,016' Wilson Peak. Actual rental history on file.

$6,275,000 MLS 38931 Jason Raible 970.729.0720

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135 POLECAT LANE Magnificent estate nestled in the premier neighborhood of the Telluride Ski Resort featuring commanding mountain views and unsurpassed ski access. The 3 master suites, guest room, bunk room, multiple patios and decks and the large guest quarters over the three car garage provide ample room for gatherings. Superbly located on perhaps the most highly desired cul-de-sac in the resort and a short walk to the Mountain Village Center or to the Gondola for a quick ride to the Town of Telluride.

$7,950,000 MLS 38612 Stewart Seeligson 970.708.4999

135 PALMYRA DRIVE $7, 750,000 MLS 38920 Lars Carlson 970.729.0160 John Burchmore 970.708.0667

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Nestled in an aspen grove at the end of a private cul-de-sac yet only 50 yards from the Bridges ski run, the Bridge House offers the solitude and serenity of a contemporary mountain estate forged from stone, glass and steel. Every room within the Bridge House was designed as a private enclave for the comfort of the guest through a mixture of natural light, aspen trees so close one could almost touch them and the rugged snow-capped San Sophias in the background.


MOUNTAIN VILLAGE

305 BENCHMARK DRIVE $6,995,000 MLS 38517 Mark & Terrie Dollard 970.708.0854

Your introduction is a winding lane through an alpine forest, opening onto a wide auto court framed by mature gardens, all serving as the ideal foreword to this ski-in/ski-out home. Seven bedrooms and 7 full baths, including a separate guest house with full kitchen. Two master suites and 6 gas fireplaces featurinig custom metalworks. Big views from a trailside location. The seamless ski access, the grandeur of entry, the stellar views, and the smart floor plan make this a standout property.

118 PROSPECT CREEK DRIVE This private estate borders the Telluride Ski Resort with great ski access. Village Center restaurants and shopping are a short walk away in summer, offering convenience without noise and bustle. The 7,572 square foot home offers 6 bedrooms and 6.5 baths, and the adjacent 0.89 acre lot is available for sale. Extraordinary views span from western sunsets to Palmyra Peak. Fully furnished, this custom home featuring fine finishes and excellent craftsmanship is a gracious, turn-key mountain retreat.

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101 ROCKY ROAD A timeless mountain home constructed in the style of an Adirondack lodge. Excellent ski access to-andfrom Bridges ski run, 5 bedroom suites including a primary master on the main level, and 2 guest masters, oversized 3-vehicle garage, large home theater, spacious living areas with beautiful mountain views, and exceptional landscaping allow for multi-season enjoyment of the property. Hiking, biking and skiing are all available out the door and the Mountain Village Center is minutes away.

$5,175,000 MLS 37171 Matthew Hintermeister 970.729.1200

114 LAWSON OVERLOOK $4,385,000 MLS 37650 Lorrie Denesik 970.729.1783

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Overlook Retreat, a unique contemporary, luxury residence is now under construction. The best of mountain elegance and ultra-modern design. Located on a private lot, the stunning views of the San Sophia Ridge will be captured from massive glass windows, palatial decks and beautiful outdoor living spaces. The dwelling demonstrates modern eco-architecture at its finest with steel, wood and stone exterior, metal roof, and contemporary natural finishes.


MOUNTAIN VILLAGE

7 STONEGATE DRIVE $3,895,000 MLS 38330 Sally Puff Courtney 970.728.3086

This stunning 5 bedroom, 4.5 bath mountain modern home offers walls of glass, vaulted ceilings, exposed wood and steel beams, a dramatic floor to ceiling gas fireplace and easy ski access. An outdoor deck off the living area is perfect for entertaining with over 1,500 square feet, a snowmelt system and views of the San Sophia Ridge. The purchase price includes a Telluride Ski & Golf Silver membership making this the ideal home for those seeking a true ski resort lifestyle.

126 POLECAT LANE A beautiful home with direct trailside access to the Double Cabins ski run. The open floor plan of the living area together with the large gourmet kitchen are ideal for entertaining. The residence has 3 bedrooms, 4.5 baths and a large second family room that can easily serve as a fourth sleeping area. Enjoy the peaceful setting of the aspen forest and generous views of the majestic San Juan Mountains from multiple patios and decks throughout the home.

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MOUNTAIN VILLAGE

ELKSTONE 21 #101 Located in one of the most coveted neighborhoods in Mountain Village — ­ just steps from the Gondola and the Double Cabins Ski Run — this Elkstone 21 condominium is an incredible opportunity to own in the Telluride region. This condominium enjoys 3 decks, beautiful views of the San Juan Mountains, and incredible mountain modern finishes. Perfectly furnished and comprised of 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 2 living rooms, and over 3,700 s.f., this ski condominium is perfect for family gatherings.

$3,250,000 MLS 38773 Dan Dockray 970.708.0666

244 BENCHMARK DRIVE $2,995,000 MLS 36559 Rick Fusting 970.708.5500

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This A+ direct ski-in/ski-out home is a snowball's throw over a flat path to the Galloping Goose ski run. The spacious and fluid floor plan includes a gourmet kitchen, game area, outdoor hot tub, and a great room featuring high ceilings, exposed beams, and a gas log fireplace with floor-to-ceiling stone surround. With 3 master suites and 2 large guest rooms, each with private bath, there is always plenty of room for family and friends.


MOUNTAIN VILLAGE 3 TUNNEL LANE, THE RIDGE Get ready to experience the new standard in ski-in/ski-out living. Inspiring views. No neighbors. Tremendous sense of privacy. Includes membership to the prestigious Ridge Club featuring top amenities. Brilliantly built to flawlessly integrate luxury design with its slopeside environment, this model of contemporary style exemplifies true mountain living. $3,775,000 MLS 36663 Lars Carlson 970.729.0160 John Burchmore 970.708.0667

211 RIDGELINE DRIVE As the largest residence in the Villas at Tristant, this property is ideal for a large family and entertaining guests. The luxurious log and stone town home comfortably sleeps 14 with 5 bedrooms including a large bunk room and 5.5 baths. Enjoy breathtaking mountain views and excellent ski access to the Village Bypass ski run. $2,995,000 MLS 38928 Nels Cary 970.729.1404

115 ADAMS WAY A part of Telluride’s history, the mine shaft design of this beautiful home was inspired by the Gray Mill in Telluride. Offering an abundance of windows for views and sunlight in all seasons, the home has a stunning master bedroom and bath on the top level and custom finishes throughout. $2,750,000 MLS 38346 Sally Puff Courtney 970.728.3086

VILLAS AT CORTINA #3 Three bedroom condominium with fabulous views of the San Sophias. Ski-in/out on Sundance ski run. Private balcony with views. Enjoy the fabulous common amenities at Cortina, including a pool, hot tub, clubhouse, work out room and steam rooms. $2,495,000 MLS 38926 Sue Berg 970.209.5055

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112 CABINS LANE The perfect mountain retreat. Enjoy the surrounding forest and easy ski access at this private end of cul-de-sac home. Owners will also enjoy the spacious wrap-around deck and heated garage. This home is set up for the whole family. $2,100,000 MLS 38667 Dan Dockray 970.708.0666

113 HIGHLANDS WAY Private estate parcel offering panoramic views of Palmyra, San Sophia range, Ski Resort and gorgeous sunsets. Significant site improvements include massive retaining walls, large gazebo with hot tub, extensive water feature, putting green, and a full scale replica of the Labyrinth at Chartres France. $1,995,000 MLS 37170 Sally Puff Courtney 970.728.3086 Matthew Hintermeister 970.729.1200

MADELINE RESIDENCE #439/441 This immaculate Madeline, Auberge 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath residence is ready to enjoy. A great location in Mountain Village Center, ski-in/out, with fabulous views of Mt. Wilson, San Sophia and western sunsets. Amenities include valet, concierge, owner concierge, pool, spa, salon, fitness center. $1,950,000 MLS 38518 Sue Berg 970.209.5055

108 LODGES LANE Enjoy the beautiful views, the incredible location, and the easy mountain living at this 4 bedroom Lodges on Sundance townhome-style condominium. This property enjoys great ski access just steps from Sundance ski run. This is a great value for 3,000 square feet under $2 million. $1,950,000 MLS 38628 Dan Dockray 970.708.0666

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237 RUSSELL DRIVE / LOT 533 This on-grade Telluride Ski Resort trailside lot offers the best in amenities. Views include the San Sophia's and Mountain Village Center. Walk to the Chondola. Lowest elevation residential trailside lot in Mountain Village. The cul-de-sac location offers privacy, yet is also adjacent to hiking. $1,695,000 MLS 38487 Teddy Errico 970.708.5959

CENTRUM #304 Centrum 304 is an updated modern condominium perfectly located in the Mountain Village Center. Beautiful views and walking distance to everything. $1,595,000 MLS 38665 Dan Dockray 970.708.0666

GRANITA #302 Just a stone's throw from Chair 1 and Chair 4, this true ski-in/ ski-out condominium is situated in a perfect location in the Mountain Village Center. Incredible 270-degree views of the San Juan Mountains and Telluride Ski Resort can be seen from every room. Great short term rental potential. $1,595,000 MLS 38783 Dan Dockray 970.708.0666

CORTINA DRIVE / LOT 17 This is a great opportunity to build three new premier condos and join the Villas at Cortina community with its many amenities. Great ski-in/ski-out and trailside access via the Sundance ski run. Property can also be sold as a residential lot. $1,495,000 MLS 38308 Sally Puff Courtney 970.728.3086

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VISCHER DRIVE / LOT 7 This extremely well located 0.29 acre lot is situated just outside the Village Center and within walking distance to golf, Gondola and Village businesses. Easy ski access to lower Village Bypass ski run via a direct ski trail from the lot. Nice land buffer between lot and ski run for privacy. $1,395,000 MLS 38804 Sally Puff Courtney 970.728.3086

LUMIERE RESIDENCE #40 Contemporary and spacious luxury condominium in the heart of Mountain Village. Ski-in/ski-out in 4 Diamond resort. Large 1 bedroom, 2 bath residence is complete with laundry, fireplace, high-end gourmet kitchen, new furnishings and incredible views of the mountains and ski resort. $850,000 MLS 38003 Lorrie Denesik 970.729.1783

COLUMBIA PLACE #7 Direct ski-in/out access makes this fully furnished, turn-key 1 bedroom, 1.5 bath Village Center condominium ideal for personal or rental use. A spiral staircase leads to a sleeping loft. The unit was remodeled, and a second deck was added with views toward Wilson Peak. Great rental history. $725,000 MLS 38892 Rick Fusting 970.708.5500

SUNDANCE LANE / LOT 926R Premium single-family home lot with direct ski-in/out access to Double Cabins ski trail. Excellent views of the San Juan Mountains. $ 1,395,000 MLS 32802 Stewart Seeligson 970.708.4999

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MOUNTAIN VILLAGE

MADELINE RESIDENCE #518/520

This beautiful 5th floor unit feautures modern finishes, only one shared wall, and big views. This is the best renting 2 bedroom in the Madeline Hotel. $1,295,000 MLS 37840 Dan Dockray 970.708.0666

MADELINE RESIDENCE #519

111 ROCKY ROAD / LOT 344R

A private, 1.75-acre homesite with easy ski access to and from Bridges ski run. Every surrounding lot has already been developed. $1,200,000 MLS 33422 Matthew Hintermeister 970.729.1200

TERRACES #301

Luxury living, premier services & amenities, and hassle-free ownership at Madeline Hotel. Residence 519 offers 2 bedrooms, 2 baths and strong rentals.

Exceptional completely remodeled Terraces residence featuring 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Walk to skiing, the Chondola, and great hiking.

$1,195,000 MLS 38009 Corie Chandler 970.708.9610

$1,025,000 MLS 38585 Matthew Hintermeister 970.729.1200

MADELINE RESIDENCE #1303

The Madeline Hotel and Residences by Auberge Resorts Collection gives you luxury, and slopeside living in the center of Mountain Village. $849,000 MLS 38882 Sue Berg 970.209.5055

COLUMBIA PLACE #9

2 MOUNTAIN VILLAGE BOULEVARD

This sun-drenched 5.67-acre estate lot in the Village offers huge San Sophia views, great privacy and only a 10 minute drive to Telluride. $799,000 MLS 38531 Lars Carlson 970.729.0160

ARIZONA STREET / LOT 803

The perfect Village Center condominium. Ski-in/ski-out access does not get any better. Excellent short term rental potential

Golf course lot with unobstructed views, aspen grove and views of the golf course ponds. Build your dream home to capture the phenomenal sunsets.

$699,000 MLS 38784 Dan Dockray 970.708.0666

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MOUNTAIN VILLAGE

MOUNTAIN LODGE #4216

PEAKS RESORT & SPA #440

$499,000 MLS 38913 JJ Ossola 970.708.5626

$250,000 MLS 37669 Lorrie Denesik 970.729.1783

PEAKS RESORT & SPA #427

PEAKS RESORT & SPA #401

$215,000 MLS 38885 Lorrie Denesik 970.729.1783

$215,000 MLS 38886 Lorrie Denesik 970.729.1783

Rare top-floor 2 bedroom, 2 bath with unobstructed views and super-easy ski access.

Wonderful studio condo with a deck. Excellent views over the garden to the San Sophia Ridge and a peak of the Ski Resort.

Prime location studio condo in the Peaks Resort & Spa. This westerly 'Sunset' view condo with a balcony has jaw dropping views to the Wilson Range.

An exceptionally large studio with an oversized balcony, this condo has excellent views over the garden to the San Sophia Ridge and the Ski Resort.

BEAR CREEK LODGE #211

3 STONEGATE DRIVE / LOT 4

6 STONEGATE DRIVE / LOT 7

$425,000 MLS 38053 Angie Johnson 970.708.9636

$375,000 MLS 38842 Sally Puff Courtney 970.728.3086

$365,000 MLS 38331 Sally Puff Courtney 970.728.3086

2 STONEGATE DRIVE / LOT 166AR-23

PEAKS RESORT & SPA #310

FRANZ KLAMMER LODGE #303-1

$345,000 MLS 32740 Stewart Seeligson 970.708.4999

$219,000 MLS 38704 Sue Berg 970.209.5055

$58,500 MLS 38689 John Burchmore 970.708.0667

Beautiful views from this large 1 bedroom, 1 bath, 882 s.f. condo. Sleeps 4 with sleeper sofa.

Enjoy incredible San Juan Mountain views, ski-in/ out access and National Forest hiking and biking.

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Great 0.29 acre lot offers easy ski access and a Telluride Ski & Golf Club Silver membership.

Incredible west facing views at The Peaks Resort & Spa, with a private balcony and 2 king beds.

One of the best valued ski lots, this 0.35 acre parcel includes a Telluride Ski & Golf Silver membership.

A fantastic 2 bedroom fractional with great amenities, service and a Village Center location.


SIGNIFICANT SALES MOUNTAIN VILLAGE

POLECAT LANE** $6,387,093 Sally Puff Courtney Mark & Terrie Dollard

PALMYRA DRIVE* $5,500,000 Teddy Errico

CORTINA DRIVE* $4,995,000 Dan Dockray

HIGHLANDS WAY $4,550,000 Lars Carlson, John Burchmore

STONEGATE DRIVE** $4,450,000 Kevin Holbrook, Stewart Seeligson

STONEGATE DRIVE $4,400,000 Stewart Seeligson

TRAILS EDGE LANE $4,295,000 Stewart Seeligson

COUNTRY CLUB DRIVE* $4,200,000 Dan Dockray

SINGLETREE RIDGE $4,070,000 Sally Puff Courtney

*LIV Sotheby’s International Realty represented the buyer **LIV Sotheby’s International Realty represented the buyer and seller

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MOUNTAIN VILLAGE CENTER MOUNTAIN VILLAGE OFFICE LOCATIONS 565 Mountain Village Boulevard Suite 101, Heritage Plaza 136 Country Club Drive The Peaks Resort & Spa 98 Aspen Ridge Drive

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TOWN OF TELLURIDE NOTHING IS EVER MORE THAN A 10 - MINUTE STROLL AWAY THE CHARMING TOWN of Telluride, designated a National Historic Landmark District, sits snugly near the end of a picturesque box canyon surrounded by majestic 13,000- and 14,000-foot peaks. Just a mile and a half long and six blocks wide, the town has a population of approximately 2,200. Downtown is a menagerie of colorful Victorian homes, delectable restaurants, independent boutiques, art galleries, outfitters and more, and includes iconic structures like the San Miguel County Courthouse. In Telluride, nothing is ever more than a 10-minute stroll away, whether you are walking or biking. In winter, access to the slopes is easy: Lifts 7 and 8 and the Gondola are all based in town, just a few easy blocks from main street, and the Galloping Goose buses are outfitted with racks for skis and snowboards. With high-performing local 40 telluridesothebysrealty.com

schools; the nationally recognized Wilkinson Public Library, which has incredible programming for all ages; and the much-loved Telluride Town Park, with its ballfields, playgrounds, festival stage, pool, ice rinks, skate park and more, it’s easy to see why Telluride is an extraordinary place to call home. Homes in Telluride range in size and style from quaint, carefully restored Victorians to modern homes designed to take advantage of the stunning views and Colorado’s 300-plus days of sunshine per year. Opportunities exist to find single-family homes a stone’s throw from main street that offer jaw-dropping views of the northern flanks of the ski resort, of Ajax peak, which looms over the end of the box canyon, or into stunning Bear Creek Canyon. In the east end of the box canyon, the lot sizes are bigger and the keywords in this neighborhood are serenity, silence and scenery. Town is approach-

ing build-out, but vacant lots are available. Telluride has approximately 45 condominium complexes. Some are located in the west end of town along the San Miguel River and offer easy access to Lift 7. Others are located eastward along the river, making main street and Town Park convenient. Downtown, there are opportunities for well-located penthouses with decks that overlook main street and benefit from a bird’s eye view of truly spectacular scenery, as well as smaller complexes. When looking at property in the town of Telluride, some factors to consider include proximity to the Gondola, the lifts and main street, views, neighborhood type, historic designation and zoning. A map of the town of Telluride can be found on page 46.


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673 E. PANDORA AVENUE Perched on the hillside of a quiet hideaway just a short walk from the bustle of main street's shops and restaurants, this expansive custom cedar and stone home has the best views in the town of Telluride. The multilevel floor plan features offices with inspiring views and a sunny artist's studio. The main level's open design is great for entertaining and features giant windows with incredible Bear Creek vistas. Protected views and privacy make this one of the finest homes available today.

$6,495,000 MLS 38606 Rick Fusting 970.708.5500

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461 S. PINE STREET Bear Creek Reserve is one of Telluride's finest offerings near the entry to the pristine Bear Creek Preserve. This immaculate 5 bedroom residence – wrapped in untouched nature - offers an incredible floor plan reflective of the lifestyle of today's adventure driven family. The home enjoys bright and spacious living, kitchen and dining areas, along with a master suite wrapped in windows to bring the natural setting inside. Expansive decks create gathering spaces to take in stunning mountain views.

$7,650,000 MLS 38574 Lars Carlson 970.729.0160 Kevin Holbrook 970.729.1601

808 E. COLUMBIA AVENUE $6,495,000 MLS 38289 Iva Kostova Hild 970.708.1297

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Situated on East Columbia, this one-of-a-kind new construction masterpiece boasting views of Ingram Falls and Bear Creek with world-class recreation right outside your door. Designed by renowned architect Tommy Hein, the 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath retreat sits on an oversized lot offering unrivaled views and privacy with the highest quality fit and finish. Sun-soaked rooms, a gourmet kitchen, spa-like master, massive game room, expansive deck with all day sun. Effortless luxury living complete with heated garage.


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465 W. GALENA AVENUE $3,995,000 MLS 38723 John Burchmore 970.708.0667 Lars Carlson 970.729.0160

With Cornet Creek flowing behind through the backyard, 465 West Galena offers a peaceful retreat from the rigors of daily life; it brings together the design elements of mountain modern, clean lines, contemporary finishes, high speed technology and views of the ski mountain, town and Ajax Peak. Located in a fantastic neighborhood just minutes from Telluride's main street, the home features 3 bedroom, 3.5 baths, a large living, kitchen and dining room, 1 car garage and plenty of storage.

471-A W. PACIFIC AVENUE With top notch finishes throughout and an ingeniously styled top-floor plan of a bedroom/party-room with roof-top deck, this 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath townhome has alot of great accoutrements packed into the highly efficiently designed spaces. Many fun extras include a disappearing flat screen TV, a unique pneumatic elevator, built-in speakers all over the place (even in the master shower), cool plumbing fixtures, and attractive exterior barn wood – all in a homey neighborhood close to the Gondola.

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E. GREGORY AVENUE / LOT 3 You will never tire of the amazing views of Bear Creek Preserve and the ski runs of the Telluride Ski Resort from this extra-large building lot on the sunny side of the historic town of Telluride. Lot size allows plenty of elbow room and design flexibility. The elevated corner location at the eastern end of East Gregory Avenue offers year round sunshine and dramatic view corridors over the historic downtown corridor. Previously HARC approved house plans and current survey on file for review.

$1,495,000 MLS 36914 Jason Raible 970.729.0720

ELEMENT 52 PENTHOUSE W-302 One of Telluride's premier private 4 bedroom penthouses that rarely come to the market. Managed by the exclusive Auberge Resorts Collection, this refined enclave sits directly trailside at the base of the Ski Resort offering the best ski in/ski out access in town. This sophisticated and inviting penthouse has dramatic views. $4,495,000 MLS 38769 Jake McTigue 970.708.1451

133 N. ASPEN STREET Located on a square, corner lot in the heart of Telluride’s historic residential neighborhood, this upscale 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom gem boasts forever views. Rated non-historic, the property affords many options. Included are Town-approved plans that would add 1,200 s.f. to the current footprint. $ 3,200,000 Mark & Terrie Dollard 970.708.0854

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328 N. SPRUCE STREET Sunny northside location just a short walk to downtown. 3 bedroom, 2 bath little gem sitting on a 5,875 s.f. lot affording lots of possibilities. Historical rating is Non-Contributing without Qualification offering a great opportunity to either remodel or build new with town approval. $2,895,000 MLS 38638 Sally Puff Courtney 970.728.3086

501 W. COLORADO AVENUE Situated in the center of historic Telluride and on the corner of two prominent streets, this duplex residence and back historic home offer a wealth of opportunities. Two bedrooms and 2 baths in each unit. Rent or live in the individual residences or re-develop into a single family home with a back rental unit. $2,495,000 MLS 38867 Jake McTigue 970.708.1451

BLACK BEAR #301 Enjoy the essential Telluride life in a stunning penthouse located in the heart of downtown. This gorgeous 2 bedroom, 2 bath residence is fully remodeled. Sensational views of the San Juan Mountains and Telluride's main street scene stream through every window. $1,890,000 MLS 38536 Stewart Seeligson 970.708.4999

BALLARD HOUSE SOUTH #103S With direct Box Canyon views featuring iconic Ajax Peak, this 2 bedroom, 2 bath unit is just steps to the River Trail and Bear Creek Preserve and a flat block walk to the Gondola and Lift 8. The renovated unit features a private patio adjacent to open space and elevator access to a heated garage. $1,300,000 MLS 38935 Rick Fusting 970.708.5500

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N. WILLOW STREET* $7,150,000 Jake McTigue

E. COLUMBIA AVENUE $6,370,000 Iva Kostova Hild

N. ASPEN STREET* $5,900,000 Jake McTigue

W. PACIFIC AVENUE $5,900,000 Iva Kostova Hild

W. COLUMBIA AVENUE* $5,675,000 Rick Fusting

W. COLORADO AVENUE* $5,500,000 Rick Fusting

N. FIR STREET* $5,250,000 Jill Masters

ELEMENT 52 PENTHOUSE $4,300,000 Jake McTigue

CIMARRON LODGE* $2,175,000 Brian Gavin

*LIV Sotheby’s International Realty represented the buyer **LIV Sotheby’s International Realty represented the buyer and seller

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TELLURIDE REGION PRIVACY & SERENITY PLUS VIEWS & WILDLIFE MAKE FOR AN IDYLLIC WESTERN LIFESTYLE WITHIN 10 MILES of Telluride and Mountain Village are a variety of neighborhoods that offer additional privacy and serenity, as well as gorgeous views and regular wildlife sightings, including Aldasoro Ranch, Diamond Ridge, Elk Run, Gray Head, Last Dollar, Raspberry Patch, Ski Ranches, Sunnyside, The Preserve, West Meadows and more. These wide-open areas feature building sites that range from 1 to 35 acres and a variety of resale homes. Each subdivision typically has its own homeowners’ association and guidelines, and many offer additional amenities. Further outside Telluride and Mountain Village, several stunning, sun-drenched mesas offer the very same qualities of privacy, serenity, expansive and beautiful vistas and wildlife, making for an idyllic Western lifestyle. Depending on location, most of these properties are a 30- to 45-minute drive away from the two towns on a combina48 telluridesothebysrealty.com

tion of well-maintained paved and gravel roads. There are historic ranches that were homesteaded by early settlers, and other ranchlands that have been subdivided into parcels of 35 acres or less to form subdivisions. Most of the subdivisions have been developed with electricity, gas, telecommunications and county-maintained roads and offer both resale homes and the opportunity to build a dream Western retreat. The region’s mesas include Hastings, Horsefly/Iron Springs, Specie, Sunshine and Wilson. Two outlying towns that offer community living and slightly warmer winters are Norwood and Ridgway. Norwood, about a 40-minute drive from Telluride, offers large-acreage parcels and homes in addition to a quaint western downtown. At 7,000 feet above sea level, Norwood is horse and ranch country at its best, with its annual rodeo a highlight. Often referred to as the “Gateway to the

San Juans”, Ridgway, north of Telluride, is set in the Uncompahgre Valley and offers a mix of Old West and a funky arts scene. It’s also a close-knit community with a picture-perfect downtown, several subdivisions, plus properties on adjacent Log Hill Mesa. Nearby towns include Ouray, 10 miles away, and Montrose, 25 miles away. South of Telluride and Mountain Village are a number of mountain towns and subdivisions including the tiny, historic town of Ophir, nestled in a stunning valley south of the ski resort; the community around pretty Trout Lake, which is one of the most photographed lakes in the United States; and the former mining town of Rico. Surrounded by National Forest, today Rico adeptly mixes a love of outdoor pursuits with a historic past. Heading south is the 38-mile long Dolores River valley which culminates in the town of Dolores. For maps of the region, see pages 60 and 61.


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THE BEAUMONT HOTEL, OURAY Wonderful opportunity to own the iconic 'Flagship of the San Juans', the luxurious Beaumont Hotel in Ouray. Built in 1886 and meticulously restored in 2003 — with an estimated up to $24 million invested in saving much of the historic detail — the 30,000+ s.f. building remains in pristine condition. Spa, restaurant, martini bar, ballroom, conference room, three Main Street retail spaces, large patio, 15 guestrooms and more. Turnkey. Numerous Awards. Stake your claim on a piece of Colorado history. BeaumontOuray.com

$8,500,000 MLS 38396 Teddy Errico 970.708.5959

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SLIPPERY ROCK RIVER RANCH, DOLORES A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to purchase a luxurious Dolores River mountain getaway near Telluride. Every aspect of the 36 acre property has been meticulously rebuilt and restored to a level like no other fishing compound you have seen. Multiple indoor/outdoor living spaces includes: 3 bunkhouses; 2 riverside glamping tents; apartment with fly-tying room; main lodge with gourmet kitchen, dining and game room; and a yoga/workout cabin. Private stretch of the river and pond. DoloresRiverRetreat.com

$6,200,000 MLS 38705 Teddy Errico 970.708.5959

229 E. SERAPIO DRIVE, ALDASORO RANCH $4,750,000 MLS 38559 Stewart Seeligson 970.708.4999

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A magnificent 6 bedroom residence of mountain modern architecture privately set on almost 3 acres at the end of a cul-de-sac. A bunkroom, private quarters, wine cellar, media room, billiards room, additional living areas and 2 offices complete the exquisite interiors. Multiple stone patios and beautifully arrayed windows offer sweeping panoramic views of the majestic San Juan Mountains. Located in highly desirable Aldasoro Ranch nearby the town of Telluride and the Telluride Ski Resort.


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ALDASORO RANCH / LOTS 113 & 114A $3,950,000 MLS 38852

Stunning 10.3 acres at the very end of Basque Road. This is a wonderful opportunity for someone to build their dream home with lots of privacy. Site offers expansive east to west views, including the Wilson range, the Telluride Ski Resort, the end of valley and Ajax Peak. Lots may also be purchased separately.

Sally Puff Courtney 970.728.3086

1804 RANCH ROAD, SAN JUAN RANCH An exceptional Charles Cunniffe-designed mountain-modern residence on a stunning 58-acre parcel in the gated 2,200-acre San Juan Ranch. 180-degree views of the Cimarron, Sneffels and Wilson ranges are enjoyed from multiple living areas. The home encompasses just over 5,000 square feet of living space including 5 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms as well as a 3-bay, 4-vehicle garage and plenty of storage.

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8358 COUNTY ROAD M44, SPECIE MESA The 'Nix Ranch' is a 395-acre alpine paradise on Specie Mesa with a highly desirable one mile long common border with the Uncompahgre National Forest. Heavily treed with aspens and very private. Near the center of the property you'll find the original homestead cabin, a large historic barn, corral, a 1 bedroom cabin and storage sheds. The ranch offers seclusion with all the amenities of Telluride just 28 miles down the road. Adjudicated springs and ditch rights for irrigation are included.

$2,900,000 MLS 38604 Jason Raible 970.729.0720

LEOPARD CREEK RANCH, RIDGWAY $2,800,000 MLS 38282 Stewart Seeligson 970.708.4999

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Spectacular 152 acre ranch with stunning views of the San Juan Mountains including Sneffels Peak, Dallas Peak and the Uncompahgre Plateau. Aspen and Ponderosa Pine forests encircle a large open meadow. The abundance of wildlife include elk, mule deer, bear and sage grouse. A natural spring feeds the year-round pond. Highly prized for its multiple private homesites and easy access from the state highway. Only a 30 minute drive to Telluride and less than an hour ride to the Montrose airport.


TELLURIDE REGION

27 SPRUCE WAY, SKI RANCHES $2,595,000 MLS 38843 Ray Bowers 970.729.2278

Very discreet and understated from the outside, this roomy 5 bedroom, 5.5 bath home is 10 minutes to Telluride, located in the congenial Ski Ranches. The enormous gourmet kitchen joined to the vaulted great room is perfect for parties while the rec room with pool table, wet-bar, and widescreen makes for another great gathering place. Additionally, the outdoor spaces with 2 patios, firepit, ample deck, hot tub, and level yard with direct access to hiking trails make for lots of warm weather pleasure.

2045 W. ANDERSON ROAD, WILSON MESA Set on 14 acres, and fronted by 600+ acres of public lands framing one of the top views in the lower 48, this 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath log home enjoys a top-tier combination of eye-popping views with an extremely high level of privacy. 16 miles from Telluride. Extra building site. All utilities underground.

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1605 COUNTY ROAD Z42, NORWOOD Abundant water rights make this property unbelievably desirable. Thirty-nine acres of a very tranquil and private setting, yet just a few minutes from the town of Norwood. The charming, immaculately kept home has 270-degree views from the San Juans to the LaSals. A geothermal system provides heat, air conditioning and water for domestic use, irrigation and livestock. Add adjacent 37+ acres for a total of 76+ acres for $115,000.

$500,000 MLS 38343 Joanne C. Young 970.729.1638

395 FLYING HUSKY TRAIL HASTINGS MESA Located on two of the best lots on Hastings Mesa, this extremely private and serene property enjoys incredible views in every direction. This home defines the perfect mountain ranch with over 100 beautiful acres making this property truly one-of-a-kind. $1,995,000 MLS 37031 Dan Dockray 970.708.0666

130 HIDDEN VALLEY DRIVE MOAB, UTAH Retreat the urban life to this breathtaking 44 acre property in the dramatic Utah desert. Overlooking striking cliffs and desert, this 3 bedroom home is buffered by 1,000s of acres of bordering state land. Untouched and pristine, this property has the ability to transport you into the wilderness. $1,995,000 MLS 36596 Lars Carlson 970.729.0160

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SPRUCE MOUNTAIN RANCH IRON SPRINGS / HORSEFLY MESA Located in a gated community approximately midway between Telluride and Ridgway, these incredible lots offer expansive views, spring fed ponds and easy year round access. Parcels range from 38 to 62 acres. Starting at $189,000 MLS 37974 Sally Puff Courtney 970.728.3086 Teddy Errico 970.708.5959

110 WASATCH LANE, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN IRON SPRINGS / HORSEFLY MESA Purchase this brand new 3 bedroom, 2 bath furnished residence on 50 acres, or chose from one of the 38 to 62 acre available parcels and build the home of your dreams. Spruce Mountain is a scenic gated community on Horsefly Mesa just a 45 minutes to Telluride and 20 minutes to Ridgway. $1,600,000 MLS 38375 Sally Puff Courtney 970.728.3086 Teddy Errico 970.708.5959

SPECIE MESA RANCH / LOT 11-1 An extraordinary 122 acre parcel bordering Specie Lake in the Specie Mesa Ranch with incredible Wilson views ­— a must see for the ranch buyer. $1,346,000 MLS 38534 Lars Carlson 970.729.0160 John Burchmore 970.708.0667

37 HILLSIDE LANE, HILLSIDE Conveniently located in the Hillside subdivision just minutes from the town of Telluride is this 4 bedroom 3 bath home. $1,295,000 MLS 38798 Angie Johnson 970.708.9636

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295 SKY MOUNTAIN RANCH ROAD HASTING MESA Located on Hastings Mesa, this one-of-a-kind ranch style property is just off Highway 62. Situated on 3 beautiful acres with forested views. $950,000 MLS 38372 Dan Dockray 970.708.0666

2500 COUNTY ROAD 58P, HASTINGS MESA This beautiful hybrid Timberframe home sits on 35 acres offering unobstructed views and unlimited hiking, biking and serenity, all within a 25 minute drive to Telluride. Three bedrooms, 3 baths plus bonus room. Home has a very good well, excellent cell service, solar and maintained winter roads. $895,000 MLS 36770 Sally Puff Courtney 970.728.3086

538 BRISTOL ROAD, HASTINGS MESA With a viewscape and a setting that inspired one of the most successful ad campaigns in history, this 3 bedroom, 3 bath home provides the perfect respite. $745,000 MLS 38687 Mark & Terrie Dollard 970.708.0854

3800 PENINSULA DRIVE, SPECIE MESA 142 acres on Specie Mesa. Huge panoramic views of the Wilsons, Lone Cone, and sunsets. Pond site with surface water rights on the property. $715,000 MLS 36197 Matthew Hintermeister 970.729.1200

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LITTLE CONE RANCH / PARCELS 8 & 9

HIGH BLUFFS ROAD, IRON SPRINGS/HORSEFLY MESA

Build a family compound on over 70 pristine acres in this spectacular gated community. Excellent views, less than 30 minutes to Telluride.

Build a family compound on 70 acres with 2 separate building sites. Big views and just 30 minutes drive to Telluride. Very private without isolation.

$650,000 MLS 38221 Teddy Errico 970.708.5959

$550,000 MLS 38855 Lars Carlson 970.729.0160, John Burchmore 970.708.0667

310 40 AA ROAD, NORWOOD

PENINSULA DRIVE, SPECIE MESA

WILSON MESA RANCH / LOT 89

$449,00 MLS 38182 Sue Berg 970.209.5055

$445,00 MLS 38313 Lars Carlson or John Burchmore 970.708.0667

$435,000 MLS 37907 Mark & Terrie Dollard 970.708.0854

WILSON MESA RANCH / LOT 69

SAGE GROUSE SOUTH / PARCEL 8

TOP OF THE WORLD / LOT G

$425,000 MLS 38373 Mark & Terrie Dollard 970.708.0854

$349,000 MLS 37072 Teddy Errico 970.708.5959

$299,000 MLS 37085 Mark & Terrie Dollard 970.708.0854

SKY MOUNTAIN RANCH / LOT 1

1855 COUNTY ROAD Z42, NORWOOD

S. PINE STREET, NORWOOD

$295,000 MLS 38170 Dan Dockray 970.708.0666

$115,000 MLS 38901 Joanne C. Young 970.729.1638

$47,500 MLS 37898 Sue Berg 970.209.5055

Custom-built 4 bedroom home on 5.23 acres with HOA irrigation water. Views all the way around.

Exterior 9.5-acre lot blessed with forever views of the most iconic peaks in the Telluride region.

Beautiful 35-acres on Hastings Mesa has many excellent homesites. Easy access, but also private.

Spectacular parcel in the Peninsula with escarpment views of the canyon to Wilson.

35 acres and views of Sneffels and Wilson ranges. Located in Brown Ranch, 30 minutes to Telluride.

Quiet 37+ acres with great 270-degree views located just over 1.5 miles from Norwood.

7-acre slice of paradise. An aspen-dappled building site and over-the-top views in three directions.

52-acre parcel with pond and ability to keep up to 13 head. Well in place, privacy, mountain views.

This lot is big enough to put in a garage. Great family neighborhood with views.

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Fully entitled 175-acre hotel and luxury home development site on a stunning 2,000-acre Mesa located 11 minutes from the center of Moab, Utah. Price Upon Request

Matthew Hintermeister, Global Real Estate Advisor 970.729.1200 | mhintermeister@livsothebysrealty.com

Shane Herbert, Sales Associate 435.714.9225 | shane@shaneherbert.com

Cloud Rock is an exclusive listing of Summit Sotheby’s International Realty in Utah. Matthew Hintermeister of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty is an exclusive marketing partner in Colorado for Cloud Rock.


SIGNIFICANT SALES TELLURIDE REGION

SOUND OF MUSIC RANCH* $10,000,000 | Stewart Seeligson

BERNARDO DRIVE, ALDASORO RANCH** $4,800,000 | Sally Puff Courtney

ALBERT J. ROAD, ALDASORO RANCH $3,500,000 | Joanne Young *LIV Sotheby’s International Realty represented the buyer **LIV Sotheby’s International Realty represented the buyer and seller

ELK RUN DRIVE, ELK RUN $5,140,290 | Lars Carlson, John Burchmore

ELK RUN DRIVE, ELK RUN $3,800,000 | Sally Puff Courtney

CANYON VIEW CIRCLE, SKI RANCHES* $2,040,000 | Stewart Seeligson telluridesothebysrealty.com 59


Colona 550

Colona

To Montrose

TELLURIDE REGION

550

To Montrose

Ridgway Reservoir

MILEAGE: Telluride to Sawpit.. ................... 12 Telluride to Placerville............... 16 Telluride to Norwood................ 33 Telluride to Ridgway................. 39

LOG HILL MESA 62

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12,595’

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Middle Peak 13,261’

Dunn Peak

12,595’

14,159’

Wilson Peak

13,913’

Wilson Peak

10,222’

Sunshine Mtn.

14,017’

145

13,290’

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El Diente 14,159’

Mt. Wilson 14,246’

13,913’

12,933’

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Expectation Peak

5 MILES or 8K

Telescope Mtn. Expectation Peak

2.5 MILES or 4K

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5 MILES or 8K

Storm Peak

OPHIR PASS

13,767’

S. Lookout Peak

Pilot Knob 13,738’

Rico

RED MOUNTAIN PASS

11,075’

Silverton 550

13,357’

Golden Horn 13,769’

Hope Lake

To Durango 11,880’

Rico

Storm Peak

S

U.S. Grant Peak

9,710’

13,509’

13,661’

Golden Horn

Yellow Mtn.

Trout Lake

12,552’

Telluride Peak

Lookout Peak

Silver Mtn.

13,470’

11,880’

13,188’

Telescope Mtn.

Ballard Peak

Ingram Peak

Gold Hill

Hope 12,933’ Lake

13,188’

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12,785’

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13,113’

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9,710’

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11,320’

12,930’

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Trout Lake

13,509’

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Lookout Peak

13,767’

10,222’

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Mountain Village

Silver Mtn.

13,470’

Alta Lakes

Telluride Peak

12,552’

13,472’

Ophir

Yellow Mtn.

Lizard Head

Ingram Peak

La Junta Peak

TURKEY CREEK MESA

SUNSHINE MESA

Gladstone Peak

Dolores Peak

11,661’

Lizard Head

LIZARD HEAD PASS

13,581’

Ballard Peak 12,804’

12,535’

13,113’

14,246’

Mt. Emma

12,785’

Telluride

Palmyra Peak

Ophir Needles

12,930’

Gladstone Peak

WILSON RANGE

DOLORES RANGE

Sunshine Mtn.

14,017’

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13,319’

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13,261’

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11,320’

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9,423’

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Mountain Village

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13,686

13,809’

13,213

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Little Cone

11,981’

Blue Lakes Teakettle Mt. 11,594’ Sneffels Cirque Mtn. 13,819’ 14,150’ Mtn.

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Campbell Peak

13,468’

13,581’

12,730’

10,887’

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MILEAGE:

145

Mt. Emma

Telluride

Iron Mtn.

Hawn Mtn.

Gray 11,129’ Head

WILSON MESA

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11,922’

Ouray

Mt. Ridgway

SNEFFELS RANGE

13,213

Whipple Mtn.

10,982’

11,981’

13,809’

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Last Dollar Mtn.

SPECIE Little MCone ESA

Dallas Peak

Campbell Peak

Hayden Peak

LAST DOLLAR PASS

145

13,686

12,730’

Hawn Mtn.

Gray 11,129’ Head

10,982’

13,468’

Blue Lakes Teakettle Mt. 11,594’ Sneffels Cirque Mtn. 13,819’ 14,150’ Mtn.

Whipple Mtn. North Pole Peak 12,119’ 11,922’ Iron Mtn.

Last Dollar Mtn.

Ouray

Mt. Ridgway

SNEFFELS RANGE

12,946’

LAST HASTINGS DOLLAR MESA PASS

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Ridgway Reservoir

To Durango

Silverton 550


Spruce Mountain Ranch

59z

San Juan Ranch

Panorama Acres Z60

Z60

To Ridgway

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Hastings Mesa Estates

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HASTINGS MESA

62

To Norwood

S

0

2.5 MILES or 4K

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LAST DOLLAR PASS

Sawpit

SPECIE MESA

Fall Creek

Fall Creek Village

Wilderness Club

ILIU

Ptarmigan Ranch

SUNSHINE MESA

9,423’

Eider Creek

Hillside Brown Homestead

Telluride

Lawson Hill

West Meadows

Ski Ranches Elk Run

The Preserve

Raspberry Patch

Mountain Village

Alta Lakes 11,320’

Ames/Lake Fork Junction

WILSON RANGE

LIZARD HEAD WILDERNESS To Rico and Dolores

Dunton Meadows

Sunnyside Ranch

Last Dollar

Two Rivers

Woods Lake

DOLORES RANGE

Aldasoro Ranch

TELLURIDE AIRPORT

Wilson Mesa Ranches

Little Cone Ranch

Ridge

145

WILSON MESA

San Bernardo

LIZARD HEAD PASS 10,222’

Blue Lakes 11,594’

DEEP CREEK MESA Sunshine

Gray Head

LEY

Specie Mesa Ranch

M V AL

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5 MILES or 8K

SNEFFELS RANGE

Old Elam Ranch

Placerville

Top of the World

W E

San Juan Vista

Telluride Pines

The Bluffs 145

N

62X

Sky Mountain Ranch

Eagle Ridge

62

IRON SPRINGS/ H O R S E F LY MESA

Pathfinder

Ophir

OPHIR PASS

Trout Lake Subdivision

Trout Lake

Hidden Lake Estates

9,710’

145 Hope Lake

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OUT to

LUNCH with

Brad Nelson By AMANDA MOLITOR

B

A Conversation About uying

a

house

can

be

a

challenging process under normal

Consumer Preferences and Real Estate’s Evolution

Association of REALTORS® (NAR). This makes digital real estate assets

circumstances, but buying a house

not only a good addition to the

during a pandemic presents a whole

marketing strategy of a home, but

new set of hurdles to overcome. LIV

potentially the most vital tool a broker

Sotheby’s International Realty virtually

calculated risks. And our real estate

sat down with the mastermind behind

agents, in my mind, are incredible

“I believe that buyers are being

Sotheby’s International Realty’s (SIR)

front-line employees. They’re risking

reprogrammed right now. I think

Marketing, Chief Marketing Officer,

exposure so that people can find a

there is a sizable percentage of the

Bradley Nelson, to talk about what’s

home for their families.”

population of potential homebuyers

can use to sell a home.

happening in the evolving real estate

In order to make the home buying

that are only going to look at homes

industry and how the iconic brand

process more socially distant, SIR

online that provide those virtual

is pivoting its approach to meet the

has fully embraced digital and virtual

solutions.”

demands of consumers.

solutions to keep buyers, sellers and

And make no mistake, this trend is

essential

brokers safer by integrating 3D home

here to stay, as the digital revolution

business. While brokers may not be

Real

estate

tours, enhanced video content and

is rewiring the brains of consumers

saving lives, they are in many cases

photo galleries, and live-streamed

everywhere. Businesses must learn

changing

home tours.

to evolve or forfeit their clients to

them.

is

an

Especially

now,

our homes are our mission control

“We are producing more virtual

centers from which we rule our own

tours, more videos, and more live-

“I believe that while all of these

worlds. In this day and age, we work,

streamed open houses than we’ve ever

technologies were, to an extent, born

learn, shop and entertain all from

done before. Buyers want as much

out of necessity because of COVID-19,

home. Knowing that, if a business

information as possible before they walk

the convenience factor is going to

wants to reach a consumer, it needs

through the front door of any listing.”

linger long-term and buyers will now

to be accessible from anywhere, including the couch.

Currently,

90%

of

competitors.

homebuyers

say, ‘If you don’t make it easy for me

rely on the internet as their primary

to experience this property, I’m not

“Every interaction we have right

research source when looking for a

going to look at it at all.’ And ultimately,

now is based around a decision. ‘Am I

home. What’s more, the majority of

I think those tools are very convenient

comfortable interacting with people?

homebuyers (51%) prefer to view listing

for buyers. Often times finding time to

Am I comfortable eating outside? Am

videos on a real estate brand’s YouTube

go look at properties can be a struggle.

I comfortable going to the grocery

channel compared to traditional online

So, if [homebuyers] can narrow down

store?’ All of these are carefully

listings, according to the National

the number of homes that they’d like

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to see from 10 to two, that is a better, more convenient and respectful use of their time.” As a leading luxury and lifestyle-focused real estate brand,

“As real estate professionals, we really

SIR is committed to delivering its clients, on both the buying

need to ask ourselves ‘how

and the selling side, with the best tools that will help them

can we make this process

reach their goals. Any consumer considering embarking on a real estate journey needs to be aware of these shifts and

more convenient for our

ask themselves if the brokerage they choose to work with is

clients?’ We must remain

ahead of the curve and ready to tackle the market in a way that will make a difference for them. “As real estate professionals, we really need to ask ourselves, ‘How can we make this process more convenient for our clients?’ We must remain committed to putting

committed to putting their needs above our own.” BRA D NE LSON

their needs above our own.” Right now, in a time when there is so much change happening all around us, creating tangible results is the only

decades the real estate titan has driven innovation with

thing that matters. As such, the way businesses interact

sophistication and poise, setting an example for others and

with customers is the most crucial element to their success.

delivering the best experience for its clients.

With Bradley Nelson at the helm of SIR’s marketing

“At Sotheby’s International Realty, it’s our collective

initiatives, the brand will continue to blaze new paths to

opportunity and responsibility to define for the rest of

success in the realms of digital and virtual marketing. For

the industry what that highest standard is.”

LIV

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Exceeding Expectations LIV Sotheby’s International Realty Sales Percentage Participation* Chart Title

62% 1 Village 2 Mountain Home Sales

Chart Title

Chart Title

Chart Title

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49%

38%

29%

1 2Village Mountain Condo Sales

2 Town of1 Telluride Home Sales

2 Town of1Telluride Condo Sales

35% 1 2County San Miguel Land Sales

San Miguel County Total Dollar Volume of Transactions YTD*

LIV Sotheby’s International Realty Dollar Volume Participation

LIV Sotheby’s International Realty Percentage Participation

$885,261,396

$377,379,484

42%

*Market data sourced from flexmls/Telluride Association of Realtors for the period 1/1/2020 to 11/15/2020. This representation is based in whole or in part on data supplied by flexmls/Telluride Association of Realtors. Flexmls/Telluride Association of Realtors does not guarantee nor is in any way responsible for its accuracy. Data maintained by flexmls/Telluride Association of Realtors may not reflect all real estate activity in the market.

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Sue Berg 970.209.5055

Ray Bowers 970.729.2278

Tracy Boyce 970.708.0737

Banks Brown 970.729.1100

John Burchmore 970.708.0667

Lars Carlson 970.729.0160

Nels Cary 970.729.1404

Corie Chandler 970.708.9610

Sally Puff Courtney 970.729.0396

Lorrie Denesik 970.729.1783

Dan Dockray 970.708.0666

Mark Dollard 970.708.0854

Terrie Dollard 970.708.1540

Teddy Errico 970.708.5959

Rick Fusting 970.708.5500

Brian Gavin 970.708.0125

Matt Hintermeister 970.729.1200

Kevin Holbrook 970.729.1601

Angie Johnson 970.708.9636

Iva Kostova Hild 970.708.1297

Jill Masters 970.729.3035

Jake McTigue 970.708.1451

Allison Moore 229.343.4842

Mark O’Dell 970.708.1606

J.J. Ossola 970.708.5626

Peggy Raible 970.729.2504 Managing Broker

Jason K. Raible 970.729.0720

Stewart Seeligson 970.708.4999

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