THE LIFE YOU LOVE + Out to Lunch with Executive Chef, Paul Anders + Music in the Mountains: World-Class Sound, Unparalleled Setting + Distinctive Properties from Colorado and Around the World + Dining Al Fresco: The Best Outdoor Dining Secrets of Coloradoâ€™s Mountain Towns + The Exchange, Local Edition
ON THE COVER 262 Borders Road, Beaver Creek Details on page 28 Photography by Bob Winsett
PROPERTY 14 DISTINCTIVE PROPERTIES: INTERNATIONAL AND REGIONAL
19 VAIL VALLEY
Avon, Bachelor Gulch, Beaver Creek, Cordillera, Eagle, Edwards, Gypsum, Mountain Star, Vail
37 SUMMIT COUNTY
Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Dillon, Frisco Keystone, Silverthorne
47 OTHER COUNTIES
Alma, Buena Vista, Fairplay, Hartsel, Monarch, Winter Park
54 LIFESTYLE 6 OUT TO LUNCH WITH EXECUTIVE CHEF, PAUL ANDERS The shrinking shoulder season of restaurants in Vail
52 THE EXCHANGE Your local source for luxury, lifestyle and everything in between
EDITOR Brittanny Havard DESIGNER Scott Kapela
8 MUSIC IN THE MOUNTAINS: WORLD-CLASS SOUND, UNPARALLELED SETTING 54 DINING AL FRESCO: THE BEST OUTDOOR DINING SECRETS OF COLORADO’S MOUNTAIN TOWNS The local scoop on outdoor dining
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50 BROKER DIRECTORY LIV Sotheby’s International Realty Real Estate Experts
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Welcome to the Colorado Rocky Mountains and thank you for picking up this Resort
edition of LIV Magazine, the signature print publication of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty. This issue features many of the finest Sotheby’s International Realty properties available for sale right now. Here’s your chance to invest in a mountain outdoor lifestyle second to none other. This is one of those very special places where people from around the world come to enjoy the outdoors.
Whether it is the world class skiing, snowboarding and over 28 feet of snow this past
winter, or an average of 16 hours a day of summer sunlight to enjoy the clean, cool air, the biking, fishing, hiking, golf, or an outdoor concert in the summer, LIV Sotheby’s International Realty is here to help you connect with the active, healthy Colorado outdoor lifestyle. We can recommend a favorite art gallery, options for a nice lunch, a fun bike ride or hiking trail. And we can discuss the many opportunities to invest and establish a special place where you and your family can gather to make memories that last a lifetime.
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Paul Anders BY BRITTANNY HAVARD
here once spring and fall in the world-renowned ski town and summer recreation mecca of Vail, Colorado, signified restaurant closures, deep kitchen cleans and front-of-the-house employees’ weeks-long trips to Indonesia, there has increasingly been only a slight lull between restaurant seasons in Vail and in many other of Colorado’s most famous resort towns. One Vail Chef that has experienced this trend first hand is Paul Anders, executive chef of two Vail restaurants; the iconic, Sweet Basil, and ultra nouveau, Mountain Standard. Anders originally moved to Vail in 2005, seeking a change from the fast-paced environment of cooking for successful urban restaurant giants including the Brown Palace in Denver and the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs. Only, when Anders got to Vail, cheflife didn’t slow down. Anders accepted a position as Chef de Cuisine at Sweet Basil and after only one winter season, with his experience and dedication to his craft, he was promoted to Executive Chef. In December 2012 he was promoted again to Executive Chef of both Sweet Basil and Mountain Standard, overseeing menu development at both restaurants. Any in-between season lulls have been disappearing ever since. “The classic ‘mud’ or ‘off’ seasons have progressively gotten shorter and shorter,” said Anders. “I moved here eleven years ago and from then to now, there’s a remarkable difference in the number of visitors and residents here year-round. We do close to one hundred covers a night during the shoulder season, when five years ago, we did thirty.” 6 livsothebysrealty.com
The DISAPPEARING SHOULDER SEASON of RESTAURANTS in VAIL It is not only the influx of visitors and residents enjoying Vail year-round that keep Anders and his team busy during the disappearing ‘off’ season, but increased efforts by the town of Vail to broaden cultural experiences, most recently by securing a new sister city relationship with San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, are reasons for more bodies occupying seats in Chef Anders’ restaurants year round. “This year, we’re really pushing the idea of a cultural culinary exchange with top chefs in San Miguel de Allende. We’re going down for a big food festival in the middle of Junewe’re participating in it and cooking in it. The following week, their most notable chefs will come here and do a 5-course dinner at Sweet Basil. The two Mexican chefs will do a course, our chefs at Mountain Standard will do a course and our pastry chef will do desert.” What keeps patrons visiting Sweet Basil and Mountain Standard during the traditionally “off” seasons are the playful combinations and free cooking techniques that both Sweet Basil and Mountain Standard are known for despite their markedly different concepts. “Sweet Basil is 39 years old this year,” said Anders. “The cool thing about Sweet
Basil is that it’s hard to define what it is, therefore it’s easy to stay ahead of the curve, do remodels, freshen things up- so it doesn’t feel like a 39-year-old restaurant.” What is undeniable about Sweet Basil, is that it’s always evolving. “I’ve looked at past menus I’ve done just five years ago, and laugh at them. There have been so many changes,” said Anders. “While the restaurant is upscale, we pull from influences that are inspiring to us. If the chefs are interested in Spanish cooking, we’ll create Spanish dishes- it’s the fun about modern American cuisine, it’s always evolving.” One thing that stays consistent at Sweet Basil, is its name. “At this point, the name Sweet Basil is such a brand that I don’t see us changing it,” said Anders. “We recently bounced the idea around, but at this point- it would be like changing the name of Kraft. Sweet Basil is just so iconic in Vail.” The inspiration for Mountain Standard was based on a more casual approach. “Purposely, we wanted a place that was more approachable on a daily basis,” said Anders. “Our original blueprint for Mountain Standard was that we wanted a place that is as comfortable to a CEO as it is to a liftie. We quickly focused on the wood-fire element-we wanted to have that openness when we cook.” Anders and his team employ a wood-fire cooking technique that touches nearly every dish on the menu, down to the wood-charred tomatoes in Mountain Standard’s signature bloody Mary’s. “It’s not smoke-house style BBQ, it’s a quick cooking process. Wood-fire cooking is
not a very level playing field. Put a steak on a gas grill versus a wood burning grill- same seasoning, same cut of meat, and without a doubt, the wood grilled meat is going to taste better. It’s primeval and really organic- that’s the fun part about it. We can’t just come in and turn the knob. To get a good cooking surface it takes about three or four hours and then maintaining that throughout the day.” And while wood-fired cooking is the preferred style of cooking at Mountain Standard, there is no shortage of variety of dishes. Mountain Standard has been open for only three and a half years and they are already on volume 29 of menus. “The volume number is printed on the top of every menu. It’s kind of a cool little thing to look for.” And despite the volumes of menu’s Mountain Standard puts out, one thing that is for certain is that the menu items are always fresh. “Hopefully it’s a forgone conclusion that restaurants these days are seasonal,” said Anders. “We try to be micro-seasonal. Colorado Peaches are amazing, but they’re not ready until August- so that’s when you’ll start seeing them on our menus. We work with farmers that give us a little road map of what’s coming in season. We like to use a trickle effect, introducing new menu items when they become available. We’ll change 7 or 8 items one week, then the next week, change 4 or 5 items as the weather changes and more becomes available.” Even in a place with as high of culinary peaks as there are in Vail, there are also valleys. “It’s hard for chefs to support a high level of quality year round. People come and go,” said Anders. “There’s a huge shortage of cooks in the country. Cooks don’t get paid very well. They pay a lot to go to culinary school, they need to pay rent, and it takes long hours and a lot of very hard work to get to the point of becoming a professional chef.” Anders uses unique tactics to retain top quality chefs at Mountain Standard and Sweet Basil.
“We offer employee housing opportunities, great benefits and wages, but the one retention factor we’ve found to be the biggest influence is that we try to be an educational kitchen; cooks love to learn. If they’re not feeling like they’re learning every day, they’ll go somewhere else. Keep teaching them, keep them engaged, keep them,” said Anders. In an environment where off seasons are shrinking based on more and more people choosing lifestyle over life’s limitations, chef Anders still manages to be true to his roots and the reasons that inspired him to move to Vail in the first place. A regular contributor and 3-time winner of Taste of Vail (most notably for the annual lamb cook off event), and participant of Gourmet on Gore, another signature Vail culinary event, Anders stays true to all that’s local. “We end up jamming so many things into the off season- it’s never really slow. In addition to all the local events we prepare for, we do weekly special-event dinners, cocktail parties, and more. It’s totally about the lifestyle. It’s about not having a stoplight on my way to work. I have two young kids, being able to raise them in a place like this is unparalleled. That, and being able to work at two caliber restaurants is pretty special.”
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“THE CLASSIC ‘MUD’ OR ‘OFF’ SEASONS HAVE PROGRESSIVELY GOTTEN SHORTER AND SHORTER,” SAID ANDERS. “I MOVED HERE ELEVEN YEARS AGO AND FROM THEN TO NOW, THERE’S A REMARKABLE DIFFERENCE IN THE NUMBER OF VISITORS AND RESIDENTS HERE YEAR-ROUND.” -Paul Anders
MUSIC IN THE
MOUNTAINS WORLD-CLASS SOUND, UNPARALLELED SETTING
How Music in Colorado’s Resort Communities Has Become More Than a Performance BY BRITTANNY HAVARD
usic has long been considered the natural medicine thought to have the ability to relieve stress, raise self-awareness, and elevate one’s mood. When you combine those attributes with the qualities associated with being in an outdoor environment- improved attention span (short and long-term), boosts in serotonin levels (the feel good neurotransmitter) and increased activity in the parts of the brain responsible for empathy, emotional stability, and love– magical things can happen. Listening to music in the mountains not only lifts the spirit, but it refreshes the mind and body.
Colorado’s resort mountain communities are increasingly placing as much investment in music programming as they are into skiing. With the caliber of quality, professional, and above all, inspiring, ways to listen to music in the mountains, there is no shortage of ways to improve your outlook, and interestingly, it’s not just the musicians that are giving back to resort communities. Today, the mountains are giving back to the musicians. No longer are summer musical residence programs a one-time experience, but rather, Colorado’s mountain towns are increasingly becoming a second home to these musicians, establishing Colorado’s most notable resort towns as centers for the arts, in addition to serving as hotspots for recreation. Two organizations whose musical roots continue to grow are the National Repertory Orchestra in Breckenridge and the Bravo! Vail music festival in Vail. For more than 50 years, the National Repertory Orchestra has played an important role in preparing young musicians for careers in the orchestra world, while delivering outstanding musical performances for residents and visitors in Summit County (Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper, Frisco, Dillon, Silverthorne). Conversely, Bravo! Vail, invites already-professional orchestra musicians to Vail, which plays host to four world-renowned orchestras in a single season, bringing an unparalleled listening experience to the community. While both organizations operate on dramatically different performance structures, they each bring the gift of quality music programming to the mountains, and the mountains increasingly serve as a second home to the participating musicians. 8 livsothebysrealty.com
Photo by: Zach Mahone
CHANGING LIVES THROUGH MUSIC When Douglas Adams, CEO of the National Repertory Orchestra, came to Breckenridge he was not expecting the high level of quality musicians that would be performing at an organization aimed at preparing youthful musicians for their first orchestra job. “It’s not a student orchestra, it’s a pre-professional orchestra,” said Adams. “One of the things that really surprises people when they hear the orchestra for the first time is how good they are. I couldn’t believe it. Winning a seat in the orchestra means first and foremost [that] you’re really good. That’s the first thing.” Over an 8-week period, NRO musicians work with world class guest conductors and perform as many concerts as a full time symphony orchestra performs in a nine-month season. “Our organization is experience based. We don’t teach musicians, what we do is give them experience playing a substantial amount of music.” Every year the NRO auditions nearly 1,000 musicians between the ages of 18 and 29 in about 25 different cities across the country to fill the 88 tuitionfree spots of the orchestra. “Most musicians have graduated college; some have completed graduate degrees. They are professional musicians gaining the experience to help them secure their first big job in the music world,” said Adams. “After attending the NRO, alumni are employed by virtually every professional orchestra in America, and…around the world.” The NRO program demands a rigorous playing schedule to prepare these youthful musicians for jobs in the orchestra world, an industry which has gotten more competitive than in years past. “Typically, here in the summer, our musicians rehearse twice daily, amounting to between four to six hours of practice a day,” said Adams. “What most people don’t realize is that the musicians have to show up already knowing everything. They don’t learn the music in rehearsal, they learn it on their own. When they get to rehearsal, they are ready to play.” Today, there is more to a job in a symphony orchestra than being on stage. “We help our musicians understand other components about what playing for a symphony orchestra entails to be successful,” said Adams. “It used to be performing on stage was the beginning and end for an orchestra musician’s job. It’s just not like that anymore.” NRO students participate in a multitude of programs in addition to their standard play including educational outreach programs and visits to local schools to mentor children. Leaders in the industry conduct seminars, engaging such subjects as music therapy, outreach and education. Musicians reach out to new and under-served audiences performing chamber ensembles through the community. “Representing the orchestra in the community as a professional is important- it also makes the community itself successful,” said Adams.
Photos above by: Travis Wilson
What there is no shortage of, is the bond that NRO students form with the community while living in Breckenridge, often inspiring them to come back. “Musicians take inspiration from their surroundings,” said Adams. “Recruiting people to come play with us is greatly enhanced by the program being in Breckenridge. We encourage the musicians to get outdoors in their free time and hike and bike- they do all of those things. Some of our young musicians have never seen mountains like these before. They’re blown away.” Breckenridge provides more than just a beautiful setting to the musicians, it provides structure and a sense of belonging. “There are some places that have visiting musicians, and while they’re good musicians, they don’t take it seriously
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because they’re on vacation. Our people are here because they want to be here. They work hard, they want to learn, and those things contribute to making the music quite beautiful.”
COMMUNITY INVOLVED Another unique attribute of the NRO is its community link program. “People that live up here sort of ‘adopt’ a musician for the summer. The musician doesn’t live with them, but the family usually invites them over for dinner once a week,” said Adams. “These relationships often last for years. They stay in touch and often come back to visit year after year. It’s a very rewarding part of our program, to serve as resource to the musicians.” To truly experience the level of quality a NRO performance entails, one has to see it. With the variety and frequency, the NRO performs, both visitors to Breckenridge and residents alike benefit from attending a production. “We believe we play enough of a variety of music during the summer that we’re going to play something almost everyone will like,” said Adams. “It’s important to understand the concert experience at the River Walk [Center of Events], where the NRO typically performs, is very inviting and fun. People who might be reluctant going into a big concert hall won’t be reluctant here. Here, you can take a glass of wine to your seat. It’s very inviting. It’s not in any way a scary place to a person that hasn’t been to a classical concert before.”
Adams believes that it is a joy to any observer of an NRO performance to witness the clear indication that these young musicians are not just performing, but enjoying the experience themselves. “The thing that contributes to the high quality of music making is that the young people that are here are thrilled to be here. They give it their all,” said Adams. “It makes you feel good to see the musicians doing what they’re doing, and loving what they’re doing. You appreciate seeing how much fun they’re having.” While the NRO performs in Breckenridge only in summer, the foundations the young NRO participants develop last a lifetime. “Virtually every week I see an email from a graduate of this program, who has gotten a job, won an audition, and in one way or another say ‘I couldn’t have done it without the NRO. It has changed my life’.” With the top quality of music the NRO offers, attending a performance should be a do-not-miss activity for any visitor or resident of Breckenridge.
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Photo credits l-r: Zach Mahone, Ian Douglas, Zach Mahone
A SEASONED CROWD - BRAVO!
Symphony has Ravinia, in Highland Park, Illinois, and Cleveland
What started as a small Chamber music festival in Vail has grown to become the only festival in North America to host four world-renowned orchestras in a single season. Now in its 29th year, Bravo! Vail is hailed as one of the Top 10 “can’t miss” classical musical festivals in the United States by National Public Radio, and, increasingly, has put Vail on the map as one of the premier listening communities in the world. Jennifer Teisinger, executive director at Bravo! Vail joined the organization in 2015. With a background in orchestral management, Teisinger was drawn to the summer festival environment for the simple reason that festivals and music make people happy. “You are outside listening to some of the best music in the world, surrounded by the most majestic mountains in the world. The people in attendance and the people on stage are both simply thrilled to be there. It’s great to be a part of an organization that’s enriching people’s lives,” said Teisinger.
has the Blossom Music Festival, in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio), Bravo!
A LIFELONG RESIDENCY
Orchestras visit from various metropolitan areas and some have had a relationship with Bravo! Vail for over a decade. “Many orchestras look for summer opportunities to go on tour so they are not performing in their home concert hall 52 weeks out of the year. One reason these musicians love Bravo! Vail is because it is not a tour, it is a residency. Orchestra musicians are coming and living here for a week and a half or more. They discover their favorite hiking trails, they make friends. It becomes their summer home.” Where many orchestras have summer homes (Boston Symphony has Tanglewood, in Lenox, Massachusetts, the Chicago 12 livsothebysrealty.com
Vail is unique in that it offers several orchestras a summer home in one of the premier resort destinations in the world. “One of the greatest things about Bravo! Vail is that the organization brings in so many different orchestras to Vail. It’s the Philadelphia Orchestra one week, the New York Philharmonic the next,” said Teisinger. Bravo! Vail is also unique in that it has the uncanny ability to connect visitors and residents of Vail to their home communities. “There are people that own a second home in Vail that also own a home in New York City. They go see the New York Philharmonic in New York, and then they see the New York Philharmonic here in Vail. This goes for Dallas as well. For these people get to see ‘their’ orchestra when they come to Vail- it’s really something special. It’s bringing a little piece of home with them.”
2016 is the first season Bravo! Vail will host four orchestras; the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, the Philadelphia Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, and one international orchestra, Academy of St Martin in the Fields. Each performs several concerts during their stay in Vail. By having multiple orchestras perform, Vail’s summer season is extended significantly. “Having a fourth orchestra start as early as June 23 is a huge opportunity for Vail. Some would once say summer doesn’t really get going in Vail until around the 4th of July, but that’s just not true anymore.”
“YOU GET THE BEST IN SKIING, THE BEST IN RECREATION, AND THE BEST IN MUSIC WHEN YOU COME TO VAIL. THESE HIGH STANDARDS ARE BASED ON THE QUALITY OF ARTS THAT PEOPLE THAT LIVE HERE EXPECT- AND THAT SECOND HOME OWNERS WHO HAVE PLACES HERE EXPECT. THEY WANT TO SEE THEIR HOME AWAY FROM HOME AS A CENTER FOR THE ARTS AS WELL.”
MORE THAN A SUMMER RESIDENCE Increasingly, Vail has become more than just a summer home to members of Bravo! Vail’s visiting orchestras. “The relationships we have with these orchestras go back years and years,” said Teisinger. “We want the orchestras to love Vail and to have their patrons come to Vail and experience what a great relationship this is. Ultimately, it is our hope these orchestra patrons develop a residency relationship to Vail.” When orchestra musicians are in Vail, they become a part of the Vail community. “Vail is a brilliant place to be in the summertime. These orchestras are coming in from major metropolitan areas, and enjoy an escape from the city, but what we are seeing more and more, is that these orchestra performers keep coming back to Vail, increasing the community’s status as a true draw for not only lovers, but performers, of the arts.” Bravo! Vail has demonstrated success by emulating the international feel that is so iconic to Vail. “Given that Vail is a world-class destination for recreation, it has to live up to that reputation in the arts as well,” said Teisinger.
A PERFORMANCE FOR ALL Each domestic orchestra plays six concerts at Bravo! Vail, and typically holds one rehearsal for each concert. A unique attribute of the organization is its structure which makes it possible for residents and visitors to Vail to experience the symphony at no cost. “Bravo! produces more free concerts than ticketed ones,” said Teisinger. “Even if you didn’t want to buy a ticket or lawn pass you can still go see the music because we have so many concerts happening during the festival.”
There’s something for everyone at a Bravo! Vail performance and the organization prides itself on being an inclusive experience. “You can get dressed up and have a seat close to the orchestra and do dinner and cocktails before, and create a really elegant evening out of it. Or, you can sit back with your picnic basket on the lawn in jeans and a tee shirt and make the experience as casual as you want.” While audiences come for a variety of reasons, they stay with Bravo! Vail for the ultimate trifecta: enjoying extraordinary music in the company of great friends and the natural beauty of the Vail Valley.
hether an avid supporter of classical music, or new to the performing arts’ scene, experiencing music in the mountains has become a mainstay of Colorado living, and an activity that will leave visitors and residents alike feeling invigorated, and as breathless as the moment when they first laid eyes on the majestic Colorado Rocky Mountain peaks.
LIV Sotheby’s International Realty is a proud Sponsor or the National Repertory Orchestra and Bravo! Vail. For more than 50 years, the National Repertory Orchestra, a 501(c)(3) not-forprofit, has played an important role in preparing young musicians for careers in the orchestra world, while delivering outstanding musical performances for residents and visitors in Summit County. Bravo! Vail celebrates its 2016 season June 23 through August 6, under the direction of Executive Director Jennifer Teisinger and Artistic Director AnneMarie McDermott. Bravo! Vail is a 501 (c) 3 Colorado non-profit organization, founded in 1987. It relies on the generous support of patrons and donors to maintain its status as one of the best music festivals in the world.
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BEACHFRONT TAYLOR BAY
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Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands 4 Bedrooms • 5 Baths • 5,400 SF • 1.30 Acres Offered at $5,249,000
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Jurmala, Latvia 5 Bedrooms • 5 Baths • 26,909 SF • .88 Acres Price upon request
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ISLAND BEACHFRONT ESTATE
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Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 6 Bedrooms • 8 Baths • 17,707 SF • 1.03 Acres Price upon request
London, England 2 Bedrooms • 2 Baths • 1,898 SF Offered at $5,057,073
Mallorca, Spain 4 Bedrooms • 5 Baths • 4,843 SF • .34 Acres Offered at $6,492,027
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Telluride, Colorado 3 Bedrooms • 3 Baths • 5,321 SF • 4.06 Acres Offered at $7,900,000
Sun Valley, Idaho 4 Bedrooms • 4 Baths • 5,659 SF • .77 Acres Offered at $5,750,000
Santa Fe, New Mexico 7 Bedrooms • 7 Baths • 7,278 SF • 9.56 Acres Offered at $3,400,000
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Jackson, Wyoming 4 Bedrooms • 5 Baths • 8,816 SF • 4.36 Acres Offered at $6,200,000
Aspen, Colorado 6 Bedrooms • 8 Baths • 5,998 SF • .73 Acres Offered at $8,450,000
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TRANQUIL MOUNTAIN HOME
Crested Butte, Colorado 3 Bedrooms • 5 Baths • 4,407 SF • 4.24 Acres Offered at $1,950,000
Steamboat Springs, Colorado 7 Bedrooms • 7 Baths • 11,800 SF • 110 Acres Offered at $5,900,000
Helena, Montana 10 Bedrooms • 9 Baths • 17,533 SF • 640 Acres Offered at $26,000,000
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FRENCH COUNTRY ESTATE
Reno, Nevada 4 Bedrooms • 6 Baths • 9,032 SF • 2.62 Acres Offered at $8,900,000
Park City, Utah 5 Bedrooms • 11 Baths • 12,254 SF • 113.93 Acres Offered at $8,950,000
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A SELECTION OF EXTRAORDINARY RESORT PROPERTIES
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55 Holden Road $3,895,000 Barbara Scrivens 970.471.1223
BEAVER CREEK 122 Scott Hill Road #1401 $2,650,000 Barbara Scrivens 970.471.1223
With 3,043 square feet, this luxurious condominium offers 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and an abundance of space within the prestigious Chateau at Beaver Creek. A grand entry welcomes guests into the living area with windows across the southeast wall providing light and mountain vistas. The substantial master suite offers picturesque views to the forest. The Chateauâ€™s renowned service and amenities complete this unique offering.
MOUNTAIN STAR 56 Rose Crown $21,950,000 David McHugh 970.376.7171 Benjamin Finn 970.445.0623
This 6 bedroom estate features the most majestic views in the Vail Valley and is an architectural masterpiece. Located next to national forest and in the exclusive gated community of Mountain Star, this home will inspire, enlighten and provide the serenity you have been seeking. The striking architecture, designed to resemble the neighboring mountain peaks, seamlessly transitions this home into its pristine setting by putting precedence on integrated indoor and outdoor living spaces and views.
BEAVER CREEK A rare opportunity to own a newly remodeled, ski-in/ski-out property in Beaver Creek, this property delivers a fully updated living experience in one of Vail Valleyâ€™s most desirable property sites. Take in the legendary Beaver Creek scenery with views of Centennial and Grouse Mountain, all with direct ski access to Strawberry Park via the extraordinary ski room and outdoor living space. Just a short walk from the world-class amenities of Beaver Creek Village. 65ElkTrackCourt.com
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VAIL New custom construction opportunity on Forest Road featuring 5 bedrooms, 7 baths, 4,767 square feet, and a stoneâ€™s throw from the Born Free ski run. Construction of this modern mountain house is underway and expected to be completed by fall of 2016. With expansive views of the Gore Range, the property directly overlooks Town of Vail open space and Gore Creek frontage. Please visit 645ForestRoad.com for details, floor plans and a video.
645 Forest Road $13,350,000 Tye Stockton â€“ The Stockton Group 970.470.6212, 970.476.7944
BEAVER CREEK 2150 Daybreak Ridge Road $12,500,000 Barbara Scrivens 970.471.1223, 970.476.7944
An unrivaled European estate within the gates of Bachelor Gulch. Rich with antiques dating back to the 17th Century, the 7 bedroom, 10 bath architectural masterpiece is turn-key for the discriminating buyer. Relish in the majestic mountain vistas. Enjoy a double kitchen, formal dining, theater room, rustic ski cabin, his/her offices, massage/pilates room and over 2,800 square feet of heated terraces, grottos and roof-top patio. A must see!
BACHELOR GULCH 304 Tall Timber $10,950,000 David McHugh 970.376.7171, 970.845.0400 Benjamin Finn 970.445.0623, 970.845.0400
This quintessential 6 bedroom Colorado log home, with breathtaking views of Red and White Mountain, is one of the Valleyâ€™s most amazing private ski residences. No detail was overlooked in both the floor plan design and finish selection. Unique features include an outdoor pool and spa, a gourmet kitchen, home theater, and a fully equipped gym and spa which includes separate steam shower and sauna with a massage room. Located on a serene and private street, this is the home for the most discerning buyer.
VAIL 670 Forest Road is a stunning 5 bedroom single family residence on the slopes of Vail Mountain. One of the most desired and exclusive addresses in the world. Features include excellent ski access, vaulted ceilings, open floor plan, private master suite, family room, guest house, outdoor patios and decks, private hot tub, 2 car garage, and only minutes from Lionshead and Vail Village. Opportunities like this only happen once in a lifetime.
670 Forest Road $9,295,000 David McHugh 970.376.7171, 970.845.0400 Benjamin Finn 970.445.0623, 970.845.0400
VAIL This roomy top-floor penthouse was once a pair of penthouses. The properties were combined, creating a back-to-front expanse, now occupying the entire upper west side of the building. From the south-facing living room, Pepiâ€™s Face is the backdrop through brilliant, oversized windows. Overlooking Bishop Park to the west and wrapping across four balconies to the opposite side of the building, this property faces the iconic and picturesque view of the Gore Range down Gore Creek Drive. RivaRidgeNorth.com
Riva Ridge North Penthouse #29 $8,900,000 Tye Stockton â€“ The Stockton Group 970.470.6212, 970.476.7944
EDWARDS 2015 Colorow Road $6,750,000 Matthew Blake 970.390.2692
Atop a majestic ridge spanning the renowned Lake Creek and Squaw Creek valleys, this contemporary mountain estate offers privacy, breathtaking views, and unmatched luxury features. Built on some of the most sought-after land in the Vail Valley, the property contains an impressive fleet of solar panels, geothermal pond, professional telescope observatory, indoor tropical greenhouse, fully automated with Crestron/Lutron systems, and adjacent 10+ acres with building site also available for sale.
BEAVER CREEK 122 Peak View #5 $6,572,000 Tom Dunn â€“ The Stockton Group 970.470.6212, 970.476.7944
A unique ski-in/ski-out location combines townhome living with great amenities. This immaculate residence boasts majestic mountain views to the Gore Range and Bachelor Gulch. With a spacious floor plan that offers 5 large bedrooms, a great room with floor-to-ceiling moss rock fireplace, second living area and a media room/bunk room, this is the most unique Horizon Pass townhome you have ever seen. HorizonPass5.com
VAIL Rare new construction in Vail, this mountain modern duplex is ideally situated in a lush high-alpine setting, with close proximity to the Cascade Chairlift and backing to National Forest. A Scott Turnipseed design and built by Desmond Homebuilders, 1240 Westhaven Circle is the primary side on the east portion of the lot, while 1242 captures the western aspect. Both sides boast large glass doors that open to luxurious outdoor spaces, perfect for enjoying privacy and views on the mountainside.
1240 & 1242 Westhaven Circle $5,995,000 and $4,995,000 Matthew Blake 970.390.2692, 970.476.7944
VAIL This true ski-in/ski-out residence features an open and inviting design with 4 bedrooms, 5 baths, great room, den, game room and study. High-end finishes, soaring ceilings and beautiful furnishings create a turn-key opportunity. Ideally positioned in one of Beaver Creek’s most prestigious neighborhoods within a short walk to the Village with all of its amenities. Located on Dally ski run, step out of your skis onto your patio – unsurpassed convenience!
66 Village Walk $5,350,000 Barbara Scrivens 970.471.1223
VAIL 1055 Homestake Circle $5,333,333 Matthew Blake 970.390.2692
Wonderfully located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in the renowned Vail Golf Course neighborhood with views overlooking Gore Creek, this large single family home is certain to impress. A timeless floor plan featuring a grand main floor master, this mountain retreat contains 6 bedrooms plus an office, 8.5 baths and nearly 5,000 square feet of living area. Just a short distance to Ford Amphitheater, Golden Peak and Vail Village, this represents a rare opportunity to own in Vail’s 8th filing.
BEAVER CREEK 8 Greystone Court $5,195,000 David McHugh 970.376.7171 Benjamin Finn 970.445.0623
Discover Greystone and understand the definition of ‘Not Exactly Roughing it.’ With perfect ski-in/out access on Beaver Creek Mountain, this remodeled 4 bedroom home will provide you and your family with the perfect alpine setting. This home features magnificent mountain views, a great room with wood burning fireplace, gourmet kitchen, spacious outdoor living space with private hot tub and a 2 car garage. Complete with a full amenities package, this is the ultimate address in Beaver Creek.
VAIL A unique opportunity to own a half-duplex in a prime, ski-in location along Vail’s prestigious Forest Road with opportunity for expansion and redevelopment. This home is located just west of the Born Free ski run, walking distance from the ski slope with a 2-car attached garage. An updated interior featuring four spacious bedrooms and a large, open great room perfect for entertaining, makes this a great opportunity for any family. 706ForestRoad.com
706 Forest Road #B $4,850,000 Tye Stockton – The Stockton Group 970.470.6212, 970.476.7944
VAIL With unsurpassed views of the Gore Range, this estate boasts two separately deeded homes; a main 5 bedroom house and a 4 bedroom guest house joined with an outdoor entertainment area and pool. To add value and privacy, the previous owners bought and donated 4.25 acres south of the estate. PtarmiganRoad.com 1119 & 1067 Ptarmigan Road $19,950,000 Joni Taylor 970.390.1402 Malia Nobrega 970.977.1041
BEAVER CREEK Stunning Beaver Creek residence. Beautiful European chateau style with 21st century amenities. Very private location with expansive views of Beaver Creek Village and ski slopes. Outdoor pool, hot tub, generous patios, decks and outdoor fireplace. Absolutely fantastic outdoor living spaces. 262 Borders Road $9,500,000 Kraig Forbes 970.748.5105, 970.845.0400
VAIL Create a Legacy in Vail. The 22,360 square foot Cascade Mountain Center features a performing arts center, screening room, dance studios, learning center, gallery space, office space and the ability to create residential space. Enjoy a ski lift, athletic center and a Starwood Luxury Resort all on-site. 1310 Westhaven Drive $7,995,000 David McHugh 970.376.7171 Benjamin Finn 970.445.0623
VAIL This must see custom-built home exudes quality and elegance. Attention has been paid to every detail with unmatched lighting, electronics, landscaping and architectural design. The finest workmanship is evident on both the interior and exterior. Gorgeous outside spaces and stunning living areas. 1350 Greenhill Court $6,525,000 Johanna Johnsson 970.390.8542
BEAVER CREEK This exceptional 6 bedroom home located on the championship Beaver Creek Golf Course is the ultimate mountain getaway. Designed by Ron Preston, this home offers exquisite mountain finishes with open floor plan, 26 foot vaulted ceilings, log accents, 3 fireplaces, spacious deck, and 3 car garage. 40 Beaver Creek Drive $3,695,000 David McHugh 970.376.7171 Benjamin Finn 970.445.0623
VAIL Minutes to Vail Village and on free shuttle, this remodeled home is a wonderful, entertainment-oriented property, and is perfect for large families. The main living space is spacious with valued ceilings, very sunny with multiple outdoor living spaces. 3-car garage (2 tandem). PotatoPatchHome.com 740 Sandy Lane $3,495,000 Malia Nobrega 970.977.1041, 970.476.7944
VAIL This remodeled 4 bedroom home situated along Gore Creek and Vail Golf Course is the definition of the â€˜Vail Lifestyleâ€™. This home features an open floor plan with gourmet kitchen, stunning views and a private master suite with roof top deck. Enjoy all your favorite activities only steps away. 2820 Aspen Court #B $2,795,000 David McHugh 970.376.7171, 970.476.7944 Benjamin Finn 970.445.0623, 970.845.0400
CORDILLERA Custom home in Cordillera only minutes from the main gate. Spacious, yet comfortable with views of the Rocky Mountains from every window. Great room with an open gourmet kitchen and the perfect back patio with a water feature, fire pit and grilling area to enjoy the summer weather. 32StagGulch.com 32 Stag Gulch Road $2,795,000 Heidi Bintz 970.390.8383
EDWARDS This meticulously constructed 4 bedroom, 7 bath sun drenched mountain residence is nestled on 3.8 acres at the Divide of Cordillera. A timeless home with a peaceful setting and breathtaking panoramic views. Magnificent indoor/outdoor living elegance with refined finishes and main level master wing. 298 Granada Hill $2,750,000 Andie Ohde 970.471.5233, 970.845.0400
VAIL Breathtaking Gore Range and southern mountain vistas abound from this 5 bedroom, 6,000 square foot residence tucked within the mountains of Cordillera. Enjoy vaulted ceilings, exotic woods and high-end custom finishes. Exceptional outside living areas grace the coveted acre+ home site. 1027 Forest Trail $2,575,000 Barbara Scrivens 970.471.1223, 970.476.7944 Malia Nobrega 970.977.1041, 970.476.7944
VAIL Incredible Vail home with large, soon to be completed, heated flagstone patio and Grandee spa, fire pit and an elaborate tiered water feature that privately backs up to national forest. Beautifully remodeled, furnished, and move-in ready. Very low taxes. Highlandsluxury.com 2310 Sequoia Drive #B $2,500,000 Malia Nobrega 970.977.1041, 970.476.7944
EDWARDS This 4 bedroom remodeled residence is situated on 1.5 lots (1.573 acres) to preserve privacy. The 3,900 +/- square foot size makes for a unique opportunity to own a custom home in Cordillera at an enclave price. A short walk to the Trailhead pool is convenient for families. RanchCordilleraLuxury.com 123 Peregrine Drive $1,475,000 Malia Nobrega 970.977.1041
EAGLE VAIL A remarkable mountain home nestled into the side of a hill with amazing views, spacious rooms and newer construction in immaculate condition. Designed and built by a developer, this intelligent home provides great room vaults, lots of natural light and wonderful space throughout. Built in 2008. 187 Elk Lane #A $1,475,000 Mick Kelly 970.376.5617, 970.845.0400
AVON The Westin Riverfront Resort and Spa is located in the heart of Avon with easy access to Beaver Creek Mountain from the Riverfront gondola at your doorstep. This particular unit has great rental history year-round and captivating Beaver Creek views. 126 Riverfront Lane #717 $1,450,000 Federico Gaxiola de la Lama 970.331.2409, 970.845.0400
EAGLE Amazing new construction home in the Frost Creek community. Award winning builder made improvements to this 2nd generation floor plan to ensure itâ€™s just right for the new owners. Amazing views, comfortable and intelligent layout. Still time to pick finishes. minutes to town, skiing, and the airport. 598 Frost Creek Drive $1,425,000 Mick Kelly 970.376.5617, 970.845.0400
VAIL Only 2.5 miles from Vail, this townhouse style end-unit was beautifully renovated by Nedbo Construction and has epic ski slope views and tons of sun. Featuring a spacious master suite, two spacious guest bedrooms, and 2-car garage. Outdoor summer pool. VailTownhome.com 770 Potato Patch Drive #4 $1,400,000 Malia Nobrega 970.977.1041, 970.476.7944
EAGLE One-of-a-kind property centrally located in the Vail Valley. A lovely single family home with big views and an amazing barn. A workshop or car loverâ€™s dream come true! The barn also has a 2 bedroom, 1 bath apartment and 2-story garage area with extra tall doors at either end. 2746RuleRanchRoad.com 2746 Rule Ranch Road $1,390,000 Heidi Bintz 970.390.8383, 970.845.0400
EDWARDS High-end mountain contemporary design and finishes plus endless westerly views to Castle Peak put this newly constructed home on the top of the list! A convenient Edwards setting paired with quiet cul-de-sac location allows one to enjoy privacy only minutes to shopping, dining and entertainment. 196 Russell Trail $1,199,000 Barbara Scrivens 970.471.1223, 970.476.7944
VAIL This is a world-class building site. The lot is approximately .61 acres allowing approximately 10,600 square feet of building envelope and is zoned for single family or duplex. Home site has large grove of mature aspen trees and located in one of Vailâ€™s most popular neighborhoods. 2100 Alpine Drive $1,175,000 Doug Gray 970.331.6121, 970.845.0400
EDWARDS A+ location, offering gorgeous Arrowhead Mountain views and overlooking the fairway of the Sonnenalp Golf Course. Open concept main floor with vaulted post and beam ceilings, entry level junior master, combined with a lofted upper level with 2 bedrooms, including the master suite with 2 decks. 45 Hereford Road $1,139,000 Daniel Estrada 970.331.3477, 970.845.0400
BEAVER CREEK Come discover this 3 bedroom, 3 bath penthouse at the Kiva in Beaver Creek. Enjoy the extra windows this corner unit provides along with ski-in/ski-out access, excellent proximity to the Village, great fire pit area, year-round pool and ski lockers. This is the perfect mountain getaway. 311 Offerson Road #435 $1,095,000 David McHugh 970.376.7171, 970.845.0400 Benjamin Finn 970.445.0623, 970.845.0400
EDWARDS Great value in this updated single family home on the 4th green of the Sonnenalp Golf Course with big south-facing ski slope views. Boasting 5 bedrooms and 5 baths with vaulted ceilings, 3 car garage, multiple living areas, 3 fireplaces and an open floor plan. A convenient Singletree location. 423 Rawhide Road $1,059,000 Matthew Blake 970.390.2692, 970.476.7944
EAGLE VAIL On a quiet secluded street in the desirable neighborhood of Eagle Vail, this home does not disappoint! Move-in ready, the home has vaulted ceilings, 2 living spaces and a spectacular backyard. The home boasts a newly remodeled kitchen, granite counters, new appliances, and a 2 car tandem garage. 119 Elk Lane $965,000 Corey Lamothe 303.918.1644, 970.476.7944 Melanie Dennis 970.390.7700, 970.476.7944
EDWARDS Homestead single family residence in impeccable condition offering energy efficient AC/heat, ample storage, flat yard, and wraparound deck with spectacular views on a quiet private drive. Walk to the park, hiking trails, and all of Edwards amenities, including membership to Homestead Court Club. 42 Cassidy Place $915,000 Barbara Scrivens 970.471.1223
EAGLE Absolutely one of the best locations in Eby Creek Mesa! Spectacular mountain views, and backing to BLM, this beautiful home with mother-in-law apartment is move-in ready. The 5 bedroom, 4.5 bath home on .45 acres features a large remodeled kitchen, main level master, and an oversized 2 car garage. 752 Mesa Drive $775,000 Corey Lamothe 303.918.1644, 970.476.7944 Melanie Dennis 970.390.7700, 970.476.7944
WOLCOTTâ€“RED SKY Six Juniper Trail homesites remain with lot sizes ranging from approximately .5-1.5 acres. Sweeping mountain views and close proximity to the renowned Tom Fazio course. Juniper Trail Homesites in Red Sky Ranch â€“ up to $395,000 Matthew Blake 970.390.2692 Alex Griffin 970.376.6120
BACHELOR GULCH Located at the base of Bachelor Gulch Express chairlift, the Timbers Bachelor Gulch offers luxury residences with an unmatched amenities package. Owners receive ski valet, personal concierge, free lift tickets, preferred fees at Red Sky Ranch, and use of The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch spa and amenities. 100 Bachelor Ridge Brad Cohn 970.688.1409
Majestic mountain estate nestled among the aspens with decks to admire the views. 1860Cresta.com
Quintessential ski-in mountain home nestled privately in an aspen grove. Gorgeous newer build.
Exceptional 38+ acres with water rights in Lake Creek. LakeCreekLuxury.com
1860 Cresta Road $9,545,000 Heidi Bintz 970.390.8383
278 Borders Road $6,925,000 Mick Kelly 970.376.5617
2000 W. Lake Creek Road | Paws Up Ranch $4,750,000 Malia Nobrega 970.977.1041
Custom contemporary with 160 feet of creek frontage and big mountain views. VailGoreCreekHome.com
Nestled peacefully in the woods, this home sits within the gated Cordillera community. 45Graham.com
Custom home with incredible privacy, panoramic views, and outdoor living spaces. CordilleraDivideLuxury.com
4249 Nugget Lane $4,200,000 Malia Nobrega 970.977.1041
45 Graham Road $3,399,000 Heidi Bintz 970.390.8383
382 El Mirador $3,299,000 Malia Nobrega 970.977.1041
Custom-built secluded Lake Creek home on 4.24 acres.
On Salt Creek with 10,000 square foot barn on 35 acres and National forest access. 3000SaltCreek.com
This ski-in/out 3 bedroom plus den home in Beaver Creek is completely updated and turn-key with garage.
124 Spring Place $2,495,000 Corey Lamothe 303.918.1644 Melanie Dennis 970.390.7700
3000 Salt Creek Road | LaMontana Ranch $1,795,000 Heidi Bintz 970.390.8383
17 Meadow Court #F5 $1,785,000 David McHugh 970.376.7171
Custom 4,748 square foot home with expansive views in the gated Cordillera community. 600Redtail.com
Turn-key creek home with substantial short term rental revenue potential ($86K). Riverbendluxury.com
European Chalet style home is the best Vail single family with 5 beds, 4.5 baths on .3 acre lot with lockoff.
600 Redtail Ridge $1,690,000 Heidi Bintz 970.390.8383
4800 Meadow Drive, Riverbend #11 $1,495,000 Malia Nobrega 970.977.1041
2578 Arosa Drive $1,299,000 Corey Lamothe 303.918.1644 Melanie Dennis 970.390.7700
Enjoy perfect resort living from this 2 bedroom corner residence at Creekside in Beaver Creek.
This south-facing 3 bedroom air conditioned residence is the perfect mountain getaway.
Gorgeous 4 bed, 2.5 bath duplex, 2,999 square feet, fenced in backyard and 2 car garage.
1166 Village Road #B308 $994,500 David McHugh 970.376.7171, 970.845.0400 Benjamin Finn 970.445.0623, 970.845.0400
38390 Highway 6 #303 $925,000 David McHugh 970.376.7171, 970.845.0400 Benjamin Finn 970.445.0623, 970.845.0400
193 Larkspur Lane #E $824,495 The Stockton Group 970.470.6212, 970.476.7944
True mountain living in this remodeled 3 bed, 3 bath, 1,626 square foot alpine retreat. Ski-in possible.
Turn-key 3 bed enclave home with fantastic community amenities, pool and golf. CordilleraDivide.com
Spacious home on 4 acres with 360 degree views. Large gourmet kitchen, main floor master.
2845 Snowberry Drive #A $799,000 The Stockton Group 970.470.6212, 970.476.7944
145 Alcazar Drive $795,000 Malia Nobrega 970.977.1041, 970.476.7944
605 Amherst Road $735,000 Eileen Duke 970.390.5998, 970.845.0400
120 acres at the top of the world in a prestigious gated mountain community. Price drastically reduced!
Experience this updated and move-in ready 3-story townhouse with 3 bedrooms, 3 baths and 1 car garage.
Enjoy ski-in and ski-out access in the heart of Beaver Creek.
303 Summit Springs Road $695,000 Mick Kelly 970.376.5617, 970.845.0400
1045 Edwards Village Boulevard #B6 $545,000 Scott Bernard 720.515.5091, 970.845.0400
51 Offerson Road #205 $529,000 David McHugh 970.376.7171, 970.845.0400 Benjamin Finn 970.445.0623, 970.845.0400
Within the gated golf community of Red Sky Ranch on a cul-de-sac lies this special acre+ home site.
Enjoy south-facing views from one of the few remaining lots on an acre+ in Cordillera Valley Club.
One of the best values in Vail! Oversized 2 car garage, 2 beds, 2 baths plus loft in a beautiful mountain setting.
700 Aspen Bluff Lane $525,000 Barbara Scrivens 970.471.1223, 970.476.7944
1565 Beard Creek Trail $525,000 Barbara Scrivens 970.471.1223, 970.476.7944
3017 Basingdale Boulevard #C $499,900 Corey Lamothe 303.918.1644, 970.476.7944 Melanie Dennis 970.390.7700, 970.476.7944
Incredible 35 acre lot in equestrian community with unobstructed, panoramic views backing up to BLM.
Charming, light-filled home with 3 bedrooms and 1 bath. Large yard, 2 car garage and no HOA.
Panoramic southern views from this bright, well cared for 2 bed, 2 bath Wildridge home with oversized garage.
1 Rule Road $449,900 Corey Lamothe 303.918.1644, 970.476.7944 Melanie Dennis 970.390.7700, 970.476.7944
187 Eagle Street $420,000 Eileen Duke 970.390.5998, 970.845.0400
3008 Wildridge Road #B4 $409,000 Corey Lamothe 303.918.1644, 970.476.7944 Melanie Dennis 970.390.7700, 970.476.7944
SILVERTHORNE No place holds more magical appeal than The Waters at Silver Trout. Located between two bodies of water and 13 acres of open space, this recreational community is centralized in the heart of the Rockies. The Waters at Silver Trout boasts more water than any other Summit County community. Top rated golf course minutes away, riverfront fun with silver medal trout fishing and more â€“ something for everyone. Residences from $689,000 - $1,190,000. Taking reservations now.
Waters at Silver Trout Starting at $689,000 Marty Frank 970.389.5068
BRECKENRIDGE Amazing new home under construction in exclusive Timber Trail. This beautiful and meticulously designed chalet home will feature a ski room and spa bath, bunk room, office, bar and wine room, gourmet kitchen, billiard room, incredible outdoor living, and a private master suite that occupies the entire upper level. An elevator connects all levels. HOA includes all amazing amenities at One Ski Hill Place.
284 Timber Trail Road $4,425,000 Marty Frank 970.389.5068, 970.453.0550
BRECKENRIDGE 264 Juniata Circle $3,615,000 Barrie Stimson 970.390.2560, 970.453.0550
This extraordinary mountain masterpiece captures the true essence of Colorado. Impeccable attention was given to every architectural and design detail in order to create a timeless impression with no expense spared. Privately situated on large parcel with captivating views of the Breckenridge Ski Area. Imagine your family gathered around the dancing flames of the large fireplace sharing stories of todayâ€™s best ski runs at Breckenridge. Whatever the adventure, this is where the family memories are shared and forged.
BRECKENRIDGE 100 Glenwood Circle $3,400,000 Bret Amon 970.376.3813, 970.453.0550
Bring the outdoors in at this magnificent Breckenridge home located in the prestigious Highlands at Breckenridge neighborhood. 1.5 acres with sweeping views of the Ten Mile Range. Walk to the golf course clubhouse. Features two heated outside entertainment areas with fireplaces, grilling center and sunken hot tub. Exquisite baths, touch screen whole house media system, 6 fireplaces, 3 car garage, entry waterfall, oxygenating system, elegantly furnished. Golf, fish, ski â€“ your choice. Must see!
COPPER MOUNTAIN Boasting impressive Ten Mile Range and Copper Mountain ski resort views, this 4 bedroom, 5 bath trophy home is a must see. Bright and sunny, enjoy a fantastic kitchen that flows into the great room for seamless entertaining. Ski-in/ski-out with ease, only steps to the groomed run. Multiple master suites, a media/theater room, wine cellar and much more.
500 Beeler Place $3,295,000 Marty Frank 970.389.5068, 970.453.0550 The Stockton Group 970.470.6212, 970.476.7944
BRECKENRIDGE Modern mountain masterpiece complete with vaulted ceilings, reclaimed barn wood, exposed steel beams, and more! Brand new construction, top-of-the-line kitchen, everything you are looking for coupled with spectacular mountain and wooded views in Breckenridge. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths.
577 & 579 N. Fuller Placer Road $1,150,000 Marty Frank 970.389.5068
BRECKENRIDGE Imagine a place where vistas of snowcapped peaks take your breath away. Where serene gardens with inviting waterfall welcome you to stay. Elegant quarters where the outdoors and indoors are one and the same. Elements combine to create this Zen-like home. L’Aubaine – The House on Sunrise Point. 161 Sunrise Point Drive $5,499,000 Scott Dodge 970.368.0420
KEYSTONE 2015 Parade of Homes Top Award Winner, including Best Overall! Majestic ski slope views with over 200 feet of North Fork River frontage on 3/4 of an acre. Short walk to Keystone’s gondola and the shops at River Run Village. Old world charm meets new world elegance in this one-of-a-kind rustic home. 29 Stoney Trail $2,795,000 Doyle Richmond 970.390.9240
KEYSTONE Mountain Rustic home in exclusive Dercumâ€™s Dash development featuring a gourmet kitchen with custom iron hood, wet bar, white oak doors, 5 bedrooms, 5 baths, and much more. Incredible features and finishes throughout. Amazing location steps to the gondola for ski-in/ski-out luxury. 76 Trade Court $2,749,000 Marty Frank 970.389.5068
KEYSTONE Modern home in exclusive Dercumâ€™s Dash development with a gourmet kitchen, two laundry areas, game room, loft, wine room, and more. Gorgeous finishes and fixtures. Enjoy outdoor living with a courtyard and deck with fireplace. Steps to Keystone Resort Gondola. 7 bedrooms, 6 baths. 59 E. Trade Court $2,624,000 Marty Frank 970.389.5068
BRECKENRIDGE This jewel is just a two minute walk to the gondola, on the banks of the Blue River in the heart of Breckenridge. With amazing views of the Ski Resort and Ten Mile Range, no other property can beat. This home has 7 bedrooms, 6 with private fireplaces, 2 kitchens, 2 living areas and more. 303 N. Main Street $2,000,000 Tom Day 970.390.1801
COPPER MOUNTAIN Imagine this home nestled in the trees with south-facing sun and big mountain views within steps of the Copper Mountain lifts. Built with 7 bedrooms, exciting gathering places and incomparable design and execution. Shovel ready. Photo representative. 913 Beeler Place $1,995,000 Don Thomas 970.409.9133, 970.453.0550 Kay Thomas 303.257.4111, 970.453.0550
COPPER MOUNTAIN Mountain contemporary design by Nassar Development combines enduring materials; hand-cut stone, custom steel and reclaimed wood that speak of a natural Colorado lifestyle. Excellent floor plan includes 7 bedrooms. Flawless finish detail. Steps to Lumberjack lift. Completion November 2016. 903 Beeler Place $1,995,000 Don Thomas 970.409.9133, 970.453.0550 Kay Thomas 303.257.4111, 970.453.0550
BRECKENRIDGE Absolutely beautiful newer home in the Highlands Braddock Hill with the finest in finishes and incredible views of the Breckenridge Resort and Ten Mile Range. This home has all the bells and whistles and is very light and bright. Seller has put in new outdoor living areas with hot tub and fire pit. 493 Highfield Trail $1,950,000 Tom Day 970.390.1801
SILVERTHORNE Half-mile of Blue River Frontage on over 24 acres. A generous private playground with world class fly fishing. Lavish windows provide endless views in all directions; encompassing the river, mountains and ranchlands. Every interior space breathes in the glorious outdoor setting. 1350 Heeney Road $1,650,000 Don Thomas 970.409.9133 Kay Thomas 303.257.4111
BRECKENRIDGE This 6 bedroom, 4 bath home sleeps an army and is located in the town of Breckenridge, walking distance to Main Street or free bus system. Home has large great room with vaulted ceilings, large den/game room downstairs, nice grassed yard, 2 car garage and a massive deck with hot tub and views. 111 Royal Tiger Road $1,590,000 Tom Day 970.390.1801
BRECKENRIDGE Magnificent European-crafted new construction home in the Breckenridge Highlands Golf Course community. Mountain contemporary design with elegant finishes positioned to enjoy ski area views. Exciting, unique construction ready for your enjoyment late fall 2016. 211 Marksberry Way $1,450,000 Don Thomas 970.409.9133, 970.453.0550 Kay Thomas 303.257.4111, 970.453.0550
COPPER MOUNTAIN There are only two luxury slopeside estate lots left at Copper Mountain. Direct access to the ski run with views of the ski lift only steps away. They are both located on Beeler Place. This lot is located higher up on Beeler with expansive views. This is where dreams come true. 608 Beeler Place $1,399,000 The Stockton Group 970.470.6212, 970.476.7944
FRISCO Just a short walk to Friscoâ€™s Main Street, this mountain modern designed home features 4 bedrooms (2 master suites) + lock-off studio, and 5 baths. Features hardwood floors, marble kitchen counters, Carrara marble bathrooms, living area on each level, sunny south-facing deck and patio, and a heated 2-car garage. 100 Frisco Street $1,395,000 Justin and Krystal Knott 970.333.9050, 970.453.0550
KEYSTONE Beautiful mountain estate surrounded by forest and wildlife. Lovely views of surrounding mountains and sounds of the nearby river. The spacious kitchen and living room are perfect for gathering with family and friends, or relax on the deck outside. Private clubhouse with pool and close to ski slopes. 68 Wolf Rock Road $1,369,000 Doyle Richmond 970.390.9240, 970.453.0550
SILVERTHORNE Relish living on the Raven Golf Course, surrounded by mountain peaks and minutes from six world-class ski resorts. Beautifully finished new construction home with generous decks for outdoor enjoyment, and sought-after main floor master. Ready early 2017. 106 Talon Circle $1,195,500 Don Thomas 970.409.9133, 970.453.0550 Kay Thomas 303.257.4111, 970.453.0550
COPPER MOUNTAIN There are only two luxury slopeside estate lots left at Copper Mountain. This building site is the closest to the Village. Direct access to the ski run with views of the ski lift only steps away. Located behind the Lewis Ranch gate you will find privacy and the pinnacle of quality and luxury. 536 Beeler Place $1,149,000 The Stockton Group 970.470.6212
COPPER MOUNTAIN Incredible slopeside building site in prestigious Lewis Ranch. Very few un-built sites remaining. Closest building site to ski run. Breathtaking Ten Mile Range and Union Peak Views. On-call resort shuttle. Adjacent to â€œRunaboutâ€? ski run, lifts and West Village base area. 572 Beeler Place $1,100,000 Barrie Stimson 970.390.2560, 970.453.0550
DILLON From whitecaps to snow-capped peaks, the views over the Dillon Reservoir to its surrounding mountains are the most treasured in the county. The decks showcase sunrises over Keystone Resort and sunsets over the Gore Range, while the spacious interior welcomes large gatherings. Steps to the pool. 73A Ensign Drive $749,000 Don Thomas 970.409.9133 Kay Thomas 303.257.4111
Fully furnished, large 8 bed, 6 bath home. Premier ski-in location and over $181K in gross rentals.
Premier penthouse, 2 beds, 2 baths, ski-in/ski-out. Expansive mountain views with superb finishes.
Fully furnished with views, 5 beds plus loft, 4.5 baths, 5,445 square feet, $96K-$145K in projected rentals.
121 Sawmill Run Road $2,345,000 Justin and Krystal Knott 970.333.9050
One Ski Hill Place #8502 $1,395,000 Justin and Krystal Knott 970.333.9050
27 Fairview Circle $1,395,000 Justin and Krystal Knott 970.333.9050
Well-appointed 3 bedroom home in Frisco. Designer kitchen and a fenced-in yard that gets all day sun.
Builder-owned 1.62 acre lot available for custom home build in The Highlands with golf course views.
Luxury Main Street condo with sweeping views and easy walking access to the ski hill and Main Street.
107 Miners Creek Road $865,000 Stuart Reddell 970.485.2178, 970.453.0550
445 Long Ridge Drive $849,000 Marty Frank 970.389.5068, 970.453.0550
680 S. Main Street #35 $710,000 Frank Hofmeister 970.333.1950, 970.453.0550
So much natural light in this 2 bed, 2.5 bath townhome. Perfect location off Main Street with Lake Dillon views.
Cabin in the Woods located just minutes from downtown Breckenridge.
Upgraded 4 bed home with 2 master suites. Borders the Snake River and open space. Minutes from the ski slopes.
120 N. 7th Avenue $705,000 Marty Frank 970.389.5068, 970.453.0550
53 Rena Road $659,500 Bret Amon 970.376.3813, 970.453.0550
28 Trappers Crossing Trail #8761 $645,000 Doyle Richmond 970.390.9240, 970.453.0550
The deck overlooks Lake Dillon and surrounding peaks in one of Coloradoâ€™s most spectacular settings.
3 bed log home with large deck and great ski views of Keystone Ski Mountain. Walk to ski slopes.
True ski-in/ski-out located at the base of the mountain in East Village. Elk Run at Copper Mountain.
512 Tenderfoot Street #105 $625,000 Don Thomas 970.409.9133, 970.453.0550 Kay Thomas 303.257.4111, 970.453.0550
57 Rasor Court $599,000 Doyle Richmond 970.390.9240, 970.453.0550
209 Wheeler Place #19 $574,000 Bret Amon 970.376.3813, 970.453.0550
Charming log cabin in the woods in the upscale community of Hamilton Creek.
Recently updated 3 bedroom, 3 bath condo in Foxpine Inn Condos. Sk-in/ski-out and on the golf course.
Unique construction with wraparound deck and gorgeous views in sun drenched valley. 3 beds, 2.5 baths.
1978 Hamilton Creek Road $529,000 Bret Amon 970.376.3813, 970.453.0550
154 Wheeler Place #309/311 $529,000 Tom Day 970.390.1801, 970.453.0550
0092 SCR 855 $498,500 Tom Langseth 970.333.1101, 970.453.0550
Steps to the gondola and all River Run amenities. Light, bright and sunny 2 bedroom ski-in condo.
Busiest shopping center in Frisco, right off I-70. Great commercial space. 2,700+ square feet.
Walk to ski slopes and River Run Village. Great mountain views with large deck. 2 beds, 2 baths.
53 Hunkidori Court #8882 $455,000 Bret Amon 970.376.3813, 970.453.0550
842 N. Summit Boulevard $450,000 Marty Frank 970.389.5068, 970.453.0550
Red Hawk Lodge #2262 $449,000 Doyle Richmond 970.390.9240, 970.453.0550
2 bedroom, 2 bath overlooking Snake River. Walk to Keystone Village and lake. Close to ski slopes.
Build your dream home here! Gorgeous private setting backs to open space. Ski slopes minutes away.
This inviting 2 bedroom unit in the heart of Keystone Ski Country is the perfect mountain retreat.
Seasons at Keystone #1834 $422,000 Doyle Richmond 970.390.9240, 970.453.0550
82 Wolf Rock Road $399,000 Doyle Richmond 970.390.9240, 970.453.0550
22787 Highway 6 #210 $365,000 Scott Dodge 970.368.0420, 970.453.0550
Neighborhood borders Snake River. Beautiful level lot with trees. Ski slopes nearby.
2 bedroom, 2 bath top floor residence. Fully furnished, turn-key, amenities and steps to the chairlift.
2 bedroom condo on the Snake River with views of the ski slopes and ability to walk to slopes.
30 Wolf Rock Road $360,000 Doyle Richmond 970.390.9240, 970.453.0550
Copper Springs Lodge #412 $354,900 Justin and Krystal Knott 970.333.9050, 970.453.0550
Hidden River Lodge #5955 $353,000 Doyle Richmond 970.390.9240, 970.453.0550
WINTER PARK Stunning contemporary ski-in/ski-out mountain home with 4 bedrooms and 5 spa-inspired baths in exclusive Bridgerâ€™s Cache. Incredible entertaining areas with soaring ceilings, exposed timbers, professional chef â€™s kitchen, family media room and balconies off every room with beautiful views.
225 Bridger Trail $2,340,000 Jeff and Carliss Erickson 303.589.2741 Melinda Lee 970.281.2646
MONARCH This property delivers quintessential Colorado living; a beautiful Swedish Cope log home within minutes of the Monarch ski area, nestled beside BLM land and traversed by the South Arkansas River. A relaxing sanctuary in the midst of a paradise of options for outdoor enthusiasts. 17351 Little River Lane $1,295,000 Don Thomas 970.409.9133, 970.453.0550 Kay Thomas 303.257.4111, 970.453.0550
BUENA VISTA Custom recently updated scribe log home on Cottonwood Creek with detached guest quarters, workshop and greenhouse on two acres. Only minutes to downtown Buena Vista with expansive views of the entire Collegiate Mountain Range. Private bridge entrance to this 4 bedroom, 5 bath mountain masterpiece. 14980 County Road 350 $1,100,000 Frank Hofmeister 970.333.1950, 970.453.0550
Impressive 5 bedroom, 6 bath mountain retreat on 35 acres. Backs to National Forest.
Custom home in the mountains – this signature home boasts 9.9 acres with the Pennsylvania Creek.
Craftsman hand-scribed log home with detached guest quarters on 30 acres at base of Mt. Princeton.
89 Sheep Creek Trail $1,495,000 Jeni Friedrich 970.485.3837
20 Silk Sisters Place $1,300,000 Jeni Friedrich 970.485.3837
16525 County Road 327 $875,000 Frank Hofmeister 970.333.1950
Spectacular panoramic views of some of Colorado’s most scenic mountain ranges from this retreat.
Beautifully furnished custom home in the heart of Winter Park with gorgeous mountain views.
This precision crafted residence overlooks the Sacramento Creek on 10 secluded acres in Park County.
664 Moonbeam Drive $750,000 Scott Dodge 970.368.0420
671 Vasquez Road $725,000 Melinda Lee 970.281.2646
655 Guyot Road $610,000 Scott Dodge 970.368.0420
Beautiful like-new home fully furnished in the Valley of the Sun with tremendous views and quiet location.
This beautiful mint condition single family home in Silver Heels subdivision is like-new.
Wraparound decks and balconies invite leisure. Perfect for sunrises, sunsets and starry nights.
157 Miners Way $489,000 Tom Day 970.390.1801
435 Silverheels Road $479,000 Tom Day 970.390.1801, 970.453.0550
1388 Bluestem Way $475,000 Don Thomas 970.409.9133, 970.453.0550 Kay Thomas 303.257.4111, 970.453.0550
This 40 acre pristine alpine setting in El Rancho Estates is the ultimate trophy home building site.
Beautiful newer single family ‘in town’ home features a rustic Victorian exterior with great views.
Cozy and private mountain cabin surrounded by aspens, spruce and fir on over 5 acres with views.
484 Meyer Park Road $339,000 Scott Dodge 970.368.0420, 970.453.0550
340 N. Oak Street $339,000 Bret Amon 970.376.3813, 970.453.0550
584 Valley of the Sun Drive $325,000 Scott Dodge 970.368.0420, 970.453.0550
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Lululemon Athletica, Vail Before hitting the hiking trails or heading to work out at your favorite studio, stop by Lululemon in Vail and indulge in the purchase of the Define Jacket, an ultra-sleek, warm, and lightweight jacket that will keep you armed against Colorado’s unpredictable weather. A ‘Lulu’ favorite. www.shop.lululemon.com
Betteridge Jewelers, Vail Located in the Solaris Residences at the base of Vail Mountain is Betteridge jewelers, one of America’s top historic, fine jewelers. Founded in 1897, Betteridge is one of the most well-respected family-owned jewelry and watch businesses in the world. Experience the luxury of Betteridge with the American Glamour Blue Sapphire Bracelet, one of Betteridge’s fine pieces that dazzles like a Colorado “Blue Bird” day. www.betteridge.com 52 livsothebysrealty.com
Vail Valley Anglers, Edwards Treat yourself to a day on the river. Whether it is your first-time fly fishing or you are an experienced angler looking to hone your skills, the professionals at Vail Valley Anglers will make any day on the water a great one. Located on the banks of the Eagle River on the Riverwalk at Edwards, guided trips on local rivers, private ranches, and destination fly fishing trips are available year round. www.vailvalleyanglers.com
Mirabelle at Beaver Creek, Beaver Creek
The Crown – Coffee.Bar.Lounge, Breckenridge Always welcome is The Crown on Main Street Breckenridge’s comfy atmosphere and delicious coffee. What is an added bonus, is the boutique coffee lounge’s sumptuous baked goods, extensive sandwich menu, and toasty paninis - sure to satisfy your snack cravings during whatever adventure that takes you to Breck’. A highly sought after café by locals and visitors alike, your appetite will be satiated and senses warmed, at The Crown. www.thecrownbreckenridge.com
There is no substitute for fresh at Mirabelle, a cozy Beaver Creek restaurant offering seasonal cuisine that features a menu designed with food and wine enthusiasts in mind. Housed on what is believed to be the site of the first home in the Valley of Beaver Creek, the cuisine at the Mirabelle is as fine as the quaint restaurant is ambient. For a true culinary experience, sample the daily prefix four-course menu for $75. www.mirabelle1.com
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Breck Bike Guides, Breckenridge Summit County’s only year-round dedicated bike shop, Breck Bike Guides takes the trepidation out of your trail ride. In addition to fully guided tours, Breck Bike Guides offers high end mountain, road, and fat demo bikes, in addition to a full service shop with some of the best mechanics in Summit County. Don’t spend your time riding in circles or hiking up steep dirt roads, enjoy a stress-free bike ride with the experts at Breck Bike Guides. www.cyclebreck.com
GatherHouse, Frisco Located in downtown Frisco, GatherHouse Glassblowing Studio + Gallery is the working artist’s studio of John Hudnut, who specializes in one-of-a-kind designs crafted with 2000-degree molten glass. John shares his passion for this ancient art form through his Intro to Glassblowing Classes as well as corporate teambuilding sessions and public glassblowing demonstrations. www.gatherhouse.com
DINING AL FRESCO – The Best Outdoor Dining Secrets of Colorado’s Mountain Towns BY BRITTANNY HAVARD BRECKENRIDGE – VAIL – FRISCO – KEYSTONE – BEAVER CREEK – ARROWHEAD Summertime in the mountains is all about being outdoors, so why should dining be any different? With the variety of fresh, al fresco, (and rather secret) dining opportunities available in Colorado’s favorite mountain-towns, you’ll be able to have your dinner and vista too. Whether you seek a casual lunch or elegant dining experience, step outside and experience Colorado’s finest culinary hidden gems.
BRECKENRIDGE SOUTH RIDGE SEAFOOD GRILL At its convenient 215 South Ridge Street location in Breckenridge, South Ridge Seafood Grill features fresh and sustainable seafood- and a cozy atmosphere. A quaint back patio nestled among trees offers views of the mountains, perfectly complementing South Ridge’s always-fresh seafood menu featuring ‘things that swim’. WWW.SOUTHRIDGESEAFOODGRILL.COM
VAIL SWEET BASIL A classic is a classic, and nothing can be said less of the iconic Vail eatery that has been serving up creative and inspired dishes since it’s opening in 1977. Not to be confused with a Thai restaurant, Sweet Basil’s New American cuisine focuses on all that’s fresh. When the trendy eatery’s back patio doors are open to Gore Creek and you are seated with a fizzing cocktail in hand and fork poised over something delicious, you too will experience the nirvana that is dining at Sweet Basil. WWW.SWEETBASILVAIL.COM
FRISCO TAVERN WEST Featuring all of the classics with an elegant twist, the fare at Tavern West in Frisco is upscale enough for an evening out, and pleasantly casual for a no-nonsense lunch. Sitting on Tavern Wests’ expansive outdoor deck, basking in the warmth from the oversized fireplace, and taking in the mountain views while noshing on comfort foods made with an extra touch of homemade, handcrafted goodness, will have you feeling like a local in no time. WWW.TAVERNWESTFRISCO.COM
KEYSTONE SKI TIP LODGE
Photo by: Keystone Resort
In the 1800’s this romantic eatery served as a stagecoach stop, which was once the personal home of Keystone’s founding family, the Dercums. Today, the Ski Tip boasts the distinction as one of the country’s top mountain-town restaurants, known for their elegant 4-course menu. A luxurious atmosphere and outdoor deck provide the perfect backdrop to imagine you are dining like a Dercum in Keystone at the turn of the last century.
TIPS: Dining Al Fresco is an experience in itself. Follow these simple tips to enjoy your meal wherever your culinary adventure takes you. Outdoor Allure: Nothing beats the ambiance of a summer’s evening in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. If dining al fresco, opt for an earlier
BEAVER CREEK BEAVER CREEK CHOPHOUSE Don’t be surprised if you have a bear cub dine with you on the deck – (it’s happened before) at the savory Beaver Creek Chophouse, a stylish eatery featuring spectacular slope-side views. Known as family friendly to the core, the Beaver Creek Chophouse offers table-side magic and live-music; always pleasing to the crowd at this fun, slope-side dining establishment and Beaver Creek favorite. WWW.BEAVERCREEKCHOPHOUSE.COM
reservation to maximize views. Added benefit: you may catch the alpine glow at sunset. Dress the Part: In Colorado’s mountain towns, when the sun goes down, so do the temperatures. Bring layers. A jacket or wrap will help you stay warm throughout your meal and keep you
ARROWHEAD A TUSCAN GRILL VISTA AT ARROWHEAD What lies just beyond the gated entrance of the revered Country Club of the Rockies clubhouse, is donot-miss al fresco dining favorite, Vista at Arrowhead. Open to the public, this chic Tuscan Grill offers regional dishes including Colorado lamb and trout entrées along with a variety of seafood, meat, and pasta dishes that change seasonally and use the freshest products available. What is uncommonly good about Vista, in addition to the cuisine, are the striking golf course views. WWW.VISTA-ARROWHEAD.COM
protected from Colorado’s unpredictable weather. Watch Your Altitude: At higher altitudes, alcohol can pack a greater punch than if imbibing at sea-level. Stay hydrated by drinking 8 ounces of water between each drink, and limit your intake.
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Las Vegas, NV LIV SIR attends the Sotheby’s International Realty Global Networking Event 2016.
Silverthorne, Colorado LIV SIR’s Breckenridge Office toured the new Summit Sky Ranch development. LIV SIR ATTENDS THE 14th ANNUAL LUXURY REAL ESTATE SPRING RETREAT
Beverly Hills, CA NATIONAL REPERTORY ORCHESTRA
2016 ARIZONA CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE EVENT
Keystone, CO LIV SIR sponsors ‘Classic Cellos at Dercum’s Dash’ in support of National Repertory Orchestra.
Phoenix, AZ LIV SIR co-sponsors the 2016 Arizona Concours d’Elegance event, benefiting the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
26 TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL SNOW SCULPTURE CHAMPIONSHIPS
PADDLE TO THE FINISH
Breckenridge, CO LIV SIR broker, Tom Day, competes in the International Snow Sculpture Championships, winning the People’s Choice Award.
LIV SIR broker, Charley Ford and client race in GoPro Games.
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Breckenridge, Beaver Creek & Vail, CO LIV SIR brokers celebrate the last day of the ski season.
Vail, CO LIV SIR broker, Liana Winans, supports Western Slope Veteran’s Coalition. livsothebysrealty.com 57
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