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Town of Telluride | 970.728.3111 | 232 W. Colorado Avenue Mountain Village | 970.728.6655 | On Heritage Plaza Mountain Lodge | 970.369.6003 | 457 Mountain Village Boulevard

Properties in the Telluride Region

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Extraordinary Lifestyle. Exclusive Homes.

Celebrating 35 years as a company, Telluride Real Estate Corp. / Christie’s International Real Estate is pleased to be one of the most established real estate brokerages in the region, with a team that includes over 35 licensed brokers, assistants and staff members. Our organization is comprised of only experienced, successful and dedicated full-time real estate professionals. In addition to our flagship office located in the historic Examiner Building in the heart of downtown Telluride, TREC brokers and assistants are also located in Mountain Village on bustling Heritage Plaza in the Village Core, and in an office suite in the upscale Mountain Lodge. Our partners are deeply embedded in the community, having been directly involved in the planned development of the Telluride area as a world-class ski resort. Our owners and the majority of our Telluride real estate agents are long-time Telluride locals who are passionate about their careers and about living in this spectacular mountain town. In a sense, they are ambassadors for this community, bringing Telluride to the rest of the world. In addition, the partners, brokers and assistants that make up the TREC team are some of the region’s most dynamic individuals -- a group of people who share energy, enthusiasm, a sense of purpose, and an ability to get things going and get things done. Our contacts with successful, high-net-worth clients run deep. And our longevity in the real estate business has placed us on a strong foundation for continued success. We are optimistic about both the future of real estate in Telluride and the broader health of our special resort community. We stand ready to ably guide both buyers and sellers toward their real estate goals in Telluride, Mountain Village and the surrounding area. Real estate is about personal relationships, and TREC strives to provide an unrivaled experience for buyers and sellers from beginning to end and beyond. Indeed, most TREC clients are clients for life.

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MANAGING DIRECTORS VICE PRESIDENTS BROKER ASSOCIATES SUPPORT STAFF

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calendar of events SUMMER

WINTER

MAY Gondola Opens Mountainfilm

NOVEMBER Gondola Opens Telluride Ski Resort Opens Telluride Arts Holiday Bazaar

JUNE Balloon Festival Weekend of Wellness (WOW) Festival Bluegrass Festival Yoga Festival Wine Festival Plein Air Festival JULY Firemen’s 4th of July Celebration Ride Festival Ah Haa Art Auction Art + Architecture Weekend Shakespeare in the Park Playwrights Festival AUGUST Jazz Festival Chamber Music Festival Telluride Reserve Mushroom Festival Telluride Film Festival SEPTEMBER Imogene Pass Run Blues & Brews Festival Mountains to Desert Bike Ride Festival of Cars & Colors OCTOBER Horror Film Festival WEEKLY Sunset Concert Series | Wednesdays Market on the Plaza | Wednesdays Music on the Green | Thursdays Movies Under the Stars | Thursdays & Saturdays Telluride Farmer’s Market | Fridays

DECEMBER Noel Night & Tree Lighting Telluride Fire Festival Mountain Village Holiday Prelude Christmas Eve Torchlight Parade New Year’s Eve Torchlight Parade & Fireworks JANUARY KOTO Lip Sync FEBRUARY Women’s Ski & Ride Camp Chocolate Lovers’ Fling Comedy Festival Telluride Gay Ski Week Telluride AIDS Benefit Week & Gala MARCH Telluride Adaptive Sports Blue Party One to One Mentoring Cardboard Sled Derby Telluride Theatre Burlesque APRIL KOTO End of Season Street Dance Closing Day Pond Skim & Celebration MONTHLY Art Walk | First Thursday of the Month Block Party at Wagner Plaza

THERE’S MORE LIVE MUSIC AT CLUB RED AT THE CONFERENCE CENTER, SHERIDAN OPERA HOUSE & PALM THEATRE

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what they’re saying about telluride Condé Nast Traveler, 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards #1 SKI RESORT IN NORTH AMERICA For the sixth time in the past seven years the readers of Condé Nast Traveler have rated Telluride Ski Resort the #1 Ski Resort in the U.S. and Canada.

SKI Magazine Best Ski Resort in the West

Forbes Top 10 Ski Resorts In North America

Travel & Leisure America’s Coolest Ski Town

SnowPak #1 Ski Resort in Colorado

US News & World Report #1 Small Town In America

Vogue So Much More Than Just a World-Class Ski Town

Town & Country America’s Top (Secret) Ski Resort

USA Today Top 10 Most Scenic Ski Resorts in the World

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NUMBERS CURATED NETWORK OF REAL ESTATE SPECIALISTS REPRESENTING

14,000 ˜ Number of Luxury

Properties Worldwide

US$54B

Value of Luxury Properties Worldwide

Properties by price (number of properties)

US$500B ˜ Real Estate Sales Over the Last Five Years

Properties by region (value of properties)

Corporate offices in New York, London, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Chicago Palm Beach, & Moscow

Christie's International Real Estate 940 offices 48 countries and territories Christie's Auction House 10 salerooms 46 countries All data as of March 31, 2019

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• Christies Auction House Salerooms • Christies International Real Estate Office Locations • Christies International Real Estate Affiliate Location

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PRINT MEDIA

DIGITAL MEDIA

Advertising and Editorials

christiesrealestate.com

Targeted placement in world-leading publications, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Robb Report, Country Life, and Financial Times.

Showcases the world’s finest US$1 million+ property listings, many valued at more than US$10 million, in 19 languages. Millions of qualified visitors, 60% of whom are non-U.S., are reached annually through sophisticated search engine marketing and inbound marketing campaigns. The site showcases properties through SEO-optimized content, virtual and 3D tours, and high-definition videos.

Property Brochures

Professionally produced and distributed to Christie’s salerooms and Affiliate brokerage offices across the globe. Christie’s International Real Estate Magazine

• Industry-leading quarterly publication with distribution of approximately 45,000 • Available at Christie’s salerooms, five-star hotels, departure lounges, private member clubs, exclusive spas and salons, luxury apartments, and Affiliate offices across the world • Digital version available on christiesrealestate.com and Luxury Defined blog • 3,000 fully translated Chinese language magazines distributed to high-net-worth individuals in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Taiwan, and Singapore The Luxury Edition

Produced annually, The Luxury Edition is a curated collection of the world’s finest properties. Each edition is a tour inside some of the world’s most desirable homes through more than 100 pages of stunning photography and fascinating stories. Luxury Defined White Paper

Powerful annual thought-leadership report on the global prime property market, generating international press and influencer exposure.

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Promotes select global network property listings prominently, driving auction house clients to christiesrealestate.com. Website Syndication (English and Chinese language)

To high-profile publications, including Financial Times, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Mansion Global, PropGoLuxury, and Zaobao, as well as global Affiliate websites. Luxury Defined Blog

Editorial-style features highlight select properties from our global network alongside elegant editorial. Social Media

Engages a global community of followers on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Pinterest. We have the most Facebook followers of any luxury real estate network and the most engaged Instagram account. Digital Advertising

Targets investors and luxury lifestyle connoisseurs through the real estate and business sections of premium publications, and on the Google Display Network. Email Marketing Campaigns

Selectively target our extensive database of opted-in subscribers to our website and luxury lifestyle blog.

All data as of September 30, 2018

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BLENDING THE WORLDS OF ART AND REAL ESTATE The fabric of the Christie’s art auction house and its real estate network is woven quite differently than its competitor, Sotheby’s. The very foundation of ownership in the two entities is corporately and stylistically disparate. Christie’s is solely owned by one individual — Francois Pinault — who resides in Paris, is a multi-billionaire and whose portfolio also includes Gucci, Balenciaga and Stella McCartney, among others. He is known as possessing one of the finest art collections in the world, not to mention is a collector of some of the finest properties in Europe. Christie’s International Real Estate is fully supported by the auction house through joint marketing efforts with its chosen affiliates (not franchisees), allowing access to highnet-worth art collectors and property owners worldwide. The Sotheby’s trademark was acquired from the Sotheby’s Auction House and absorbed into a network of real estate, travel, hospitality and car rental companies by corporate conglomerate, Cendant. It was subsequently “spun off” by Cendant resulting in the formation of the publicly traded company, Realogy. Apollo Management then acquired Realogy in 2007 and its franchised network now includes Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate, Century 21, Coldwell Banker, ERA and Sotheby’s.

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The major differences between these “brands” is that of privately- versus corporately-driven businesses, “affiliated” versus “franchised” networks, and the fact that Christie’s International Real Estate is fully owned and operated by the world’s finest art auction house, with shared clientele and marketing venues. Furthermore, just as Christie’s curates great art sales, Christie’s International Real Estate assembles the world’s leading real estate experts, dedicated to providing the highest quality of personalized home buying and selling services.These trusted advisors are leaders in their local markets and meet our strict standards of excellence by demonstrating continual success in luxury property sales and upholding the value of the Christie’s brand. Properties listed with Christie’s International Real Estate’s network gain unrivaled international exposure. Our marketing programs mix new media with proven techniques, constantly evolving to reach distinguished home buyers, affluent investors, and renowned business leaders. Our campaigns achieve results across diverse venues and approaches, including traditional print and digital collateral and advertising, social media and press coverage, high-profile events, and market-leading industry research.

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telluride, meet worldwide Fiber optic broadband has arrived in Telluride and Mountain Village According to Telluride Mayor Sean Murphy, fiber optic broadband is necessary not only for crucial services like fire, medical, school and government, but for businesses and residents. “Twenty-first century broadband connectivity is absolutely vital to the economic evolution of the Town of Telluride, from a tourist economy with predominantly seasonal service jobs to a well-rounded economy with sustainable year-round jobs,” Murphy said. “I’m thrilled to see the progress and better broadband service coming to residents and visitors.” The excavation and installation is a pricey endeavor for the town, and the project will require extensive road construction and repair. The cables will run from Nucla through Norwood to a “carrier-neutral location at the Telluride High School and to each anchor institution in Town,” according to a town memo. A phased opportunistic approach will utilize any ongoing or planned excavation projects and residents are encouraged to offer their private excavation to the fiber optic installation project. If all the construction were completed at once, the total cost would be a seven-figure number. As crews work to complete the installation, locals will have to adjust to temporary road closures and limited access to driveways. The project has been broken out into sections to minimize inconvenience to town residents. Installing the fiber optic cable is a necessary and long-term solution for Telluride, and Town Council indicates the lower monthly cost will eventually mitigate the expensive installation. Fiber optic technology is consistent and feasible, especially in a town like Telluride where continuous, stable Wi-Fi coverage is nearly impossible.

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According to Cathy Knight, public works administrative assistant, Telluride would only need two strands of fiber optic cable. “Two strands are more than enough for any business in Telluride. The amount of data capacity is phenomenal,” she said. “The real problem isn’t speed; it’s bandwidth. When Bluegrass comes to town, people can’t even text,” Councilmember Todd Brown said. Bandwidth capacity is perhaps the current greatest technological challenge in Telluride’s small box canyon. Funding for the project comes from a public/private partnership comprised of San Miguel County, the Telluride Foundation, the Town of Telluride, Colorado’s Department of Local Affairs and Clearnetworx, a local fiber internet provider. Various personal investments, grants and government dollars will also fund the county’s upgrade. Not everyone is in support of initiatives to install citywide fiber optic networks, particularly large corporations. At the state level, cable and telecom companies have launched intensive lobbying campaigns in an attempt to prevent cities from constructing their own broadband networks. Recognizing this opportunity, Murphy said that similar laws could be passed in Colorado that could limit fiber optic installation if cable companies succeed in their lobbying efforts. Murphy indicated that Telluride needs to move forward quickly in order to be grandfathered into the existing system. According to a news release issued by the Telluride Foundation, “the days of slow internet are soon to be over. No more spinning wheels when trying to watch your favorite Netflix show in the midst of Bluegrass Festival. No more internet blackouts when a snowstorm hits. No more anxiety for students trying to access the internet to finish their homework.”

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they think about the used-car type, the pushy, in-your-face, do-what-I-want persona that can be both intimidating and off-putting. Two veteran brokers at Telluride Real Estate Corp. are bucking this stereotype by living a lifestyle that not only inspires people to seek it out, but also demonstrates what it truly means to be part of the Telluride community. While stories of their heydays and adventures may delight you, their ease and expertise, gained by experience and sweat equity, create an experience of dealing with a trusted friend. Meet Stiff. Full name Steve Patterson. Ski bum-turned-VP at TREC. Stiff moved to Telluride in 1973 to run the ski shop at the base of the lifts, and one of his first gigs was selling concessions at the 1974 Bluegrass Festival. Although these days Stiff may work out of the TREC Mountain Village office, “I still got 100-plus days in this year and don’t expect to slow down. One of the biggest decisions I make is ‘what skis should I take today?’ When I first arrived there was no Gondola, everyone knew everyone and had one ski outfit, and everyone had a nickname: Sidewalk Michael, Hill Dog, Drywall Paul…” he reminisces. Enter Steve Hilbert. The “Hill Dog” from above, and to many closest to him. With a long history of competing with Stiff on the mountain, the ribbing continues to this day in their side-by-side offices, where Hilbert serves as a Director at TREC. Hilbert traveled from his home in Colorado Springs to Telluride for the first time in 1974, on a fishing trip with his father, and thought it was the prettiest area of Colorado he had ever seen. Years later, he would travel to Telluride to lead his Notre Dame college ski team to train.

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Both gentlemen also share overseas experience. With his dad employed in the power plant business, Stiff attended both the American Community School in Beirut and the Tehran American School in Iran. “I find Telluride to be very much like being outside the country; it’s also the most protected place in America because it’s so finite,” he says. After college, Hilbert served in the Peace Corps in Honduras. He had already taken the LSATs and was set on course to a law degree when he went out on a limb. “I wrote Ron Allred a letter and he was nice enough to write back and say that there was big opportunity in real estate in Telluride. I wrote my dad another letter and told him I was going to move to Telluride and sell real estate. Dad said, ‘go for it, there’s too many lawyers anyway!’” Hilbert made the move to Telluride in 1983. Making $2 an hour as a ski shop manager and later serving as a partner in Olympic Sports, now known as Telluride Sports, Stiff has been an investor in Telluride real estate since 1974. It was then he bought the house he now lives in with his wife Jenny, dog Bentley and three cats (“our plants are all hanging plants!”). Before investing in his current home, Stiff teamed up with a then-roommate to buy a vacant lot down valley. “We had payments of $75 a month between the two of us,” Stiff laughs, “We thought we were such big investors that we decided to buy the house all seven of us lived in. We offered $30,000 and the owner wanted $50,000. We settled for $49,000 with a 38year mortgage.” Real estate experience is not the only thing the Steves have in common: they also both have a need for speed. In the 1983 World Speed Skiing Championship on Velocity Peak in Silverton, Colorado, Stiff came in 4th overall, with speeds up to 124.9 miles an hour. That’s 183.2 feet per second to us mere mortals. His goal was to go 100 mph, but after hitting 101 mph, his wife made him keep going. Hilbert discovered his passion for speed in the third grade at eight years old. He entered a ski race in Pikes Peak. “It was the first time I’d ever put on skis,” Hilbert says. “There were three kids in my division, and I had never skied. The other two fell, I got through and they gave me a trophy bigger than me.” Hilbert grins, “I thought, ‘this is my sport!’” Football, flying, and dirt bike racing are also his sports. Hilbert played fullback at Notre Dame. He took flight lessons from the first airport manager Dick Arnold and glider lessons from “Glider Bob” Saunders and became the first power and glider pilot licensed out of the Telluride Regional Airport. He’s also well known in the Baja, Mexico longdistance endurance racing circuit – namely for racing the Baja 1000, one of the most grueling endurance races worldwide. One year, Hilbert’s wife wanted to do a 14er at Handy’s Peak for her birthday, and as they were driving back over the pass they noticed a BMW GS had crashed. Hilbert approached the motorcyclist and asked if he could be of any help. Somewhat shaken, the motorist responded, “You can be if you can ride this thing off here.” Hilbert smiled and said, “It’s your lucky day.”

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The Steves’ stories further collided when Ron Allred offered them a sponsorship to go to the ‘87 World Championships in Portillo, Chile. Although the event was cancelled due to lack of snow, Hilbert would miss the race for another reason. “He could have been the fastest skier in the world,” Stiff said. “He beat me consistently. We were training for the World Championships and I told him to drill holes in his mask. He fogged during the race,” which resulted in an epic crash. “Steve claims I told him after the crash,” Stiff jokes. “I hit a 4x4 post, broke both legs and tore all my left ankle and right knee ligaments. I stopped breathing on the table twice,” Hilbert says. “I never lost consciousness and remember the flight for life in the MASH-like helicopter to Colorado Springs. I was in a clear bubble and remember seeing my parents’ faces as we landed. It was the same day as the Columbia space shuttle crash.”

Hilbert expertly rode the motorcycle down with his wife following in their Jeep. When they reached the bottom, the motorcyclist, a lawyer, insisted on taking them out to dinner and remarked that it was the ‘first time he had ever liked a real estate agent.’ “He later bought property from me,” Hilbert said. When asked what motorcycle is his favorite, Hilbert sits stunned and then grins. “Ask me who my favorite kid is instead!” Turns out it’s his current race bike – a blue and white Husqvarna® 350. Stiff ventured into commercial property in 1988, serving as brewmaster and owner at Eddie McStiff’s Brewery in Moab, Utah, until 1998. The brew pub is still operational. “By investing down valley, in our home in Telluride and in Moab I was able to continually observe properties that would move in Telluride - it’s been a steady road,” he says. Stiff’s institutional knowledge from serving on Town Council during its formative years adds to the depth of his experience — he served on Town Council through five mayors and even served as Mayor Pro Tem. He also put his accounting degree from Bucknell to work, serving as Treasurer of the Telluride Association of Realtors for 15 years, from 2004-2019. However, it’s his hiking and biking adventures that have added to his vast knowledge of the region, and he knows about places unique to others that help him show his clients the lifestyle. “My life has been enriched by the folks I work with — they’re not just clients, they’re long-term caring friends. My clients trust me, they come spend time with me. For most, spending time with me is part of coming to Telluride, they identify me with the town,” Stiff says. 10 TREC Collection 2019 intro and articles.indd 10

When asked about his need for speed, Hilbert commented, “It’s just good clean fun, I’m an adrenaline junkie, and broken bones don’t phase me, but I’m not fearless. You find out where the limit is by pushing it and you then learn to operate at 98% of that limit. I’ve always been interested in racing skis and motorcycles and cars, and I’ve met some of the best people and clients ever through those experiences.” When asked about the similarities in launching down a mountain at full speed and real estate, Stiff says, “They’re similar in that you don’t know how it’s going to turn out. I never fell in speed skiing and I feel the same way about real estate. Competing at the world-class level requires self-confidence. We get 30-60 seconds to get someone to trust us, and we have to be open. I am lucky that I am genuinely happy with my life and it shows.” “You can’t be fake and hack it in this industry — it doesn’t work. It’s not sustainable,” he adds. “You have to have authenticity. We see new blood come in and claim to be authentic. Telluride is unique — nothing like it, not even close. The air is clean, the water is clean and pure, I ride the Gondola every day and hand out my card and get calls back.” Hilbert’s cell phone rings and the ringtone is a motorcycle revving its engine. Hilbert wraps the call and adds, “It’s exciting because it was definitely a ground-floor opportunity. I remember when Giuseppes was a little shack at the bottom of Lift 4, brought in on skids. I sat in that building after skiing into work and sold vacant lots in the now Mountain Village. I showed off renderings of high-speed lifts, a golf course, etc. and got really good at reading maps and walking people through where lots would be. Nothing existed there at the time, there was no infrastructure, just a meadow. The Adams Family Ranch and the Gorrono Family Ranch combined and turned into a PUD and that was Mountain Village.” www.telluriderealestatecorp.com 7/15/2019 4:13:42 PM


“It was about buying into the vision. Half the people I talked to thought I was crazy, others shared in the vision and wanted to invest.” Hilbert says. “Truly some of my best friends in the world have come from this business. People come out here for the adventure and I’m definitely into adventure. In Telluride, especially in the early days, you had to take a leap of faith and believe that the vision was real and was going to come to fruition.” And come to fruition it has. Stiff remarked, “Our level of expertise and institutional knowledge cannot be surpassed. The asset of the depth of market experience is all under one roof. The ongoing production from the team is a statement unto itself.” “We trade ideas and bounce ideas off each other, knowing that one of us was in the transaction and knows the answer. One of us has been there. I truly believe that we are a team. We hang out in each other’s offices, we ski and dirt bike together. As a company we communicate,” he adds. Stiff describes his perfect day as 18 inches of powder, riding his dirt bike or hiking the Uncompahgre Plateau with his wife and dog. Stiff’s favorite spot was The Silverglade, now Pescado, where he loved the blackened salmon and rock shrimp. “I remember Robin Williams sitting beside us at the Silverglade. The glitterati can come here and not be hassled, they’re just one of us. Dierks can bike all around and not be bothered,” he adds. Hilbert loved Sofio’s Mexican Restaurant and has been really involved in the Telluride Ski & Snowboard Club – previously serving as president, when that meant you were also the driver, cook, head ski tuner and coach. In fact, he’s had three total jobs in his lifetime – bartending, construction and real estate. He met his wife when she was on a Telluride ski vacation 24 years ago.

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The secret to success in business is anecdotal for the pair. “I find the more I work, the luckier I get,” Stiff teases. “You can’t win or lose if you don’t play,” he adds. “I had a $175K earnest money check in my pocket and my client comes in with a bottle of wine in a paper bag and says, ‘The wine is for you and we decided not to buy the house.’ I give him the earnest money check back and ask, ‘do you have any big anniversary or birthday or anything like that coming up?’ Both he and his wife’s eyes got really big and they hand the check back and buy the house.” Stiff laughs, “Turns out a $3.2M property is a nice wedding anniversary gift.” Hilbert is especially proud of watching his son Stevie continue the legacy. When asked what advice he would give, Hilbert remarks, “Show up, know what you’re talking about, be honest and forthright and meet a lot of good people.” “Real estate is a lot more defined now, people come armed with more information or misinformation because of the internet. The role of the broker is still very real, especially in resort areas where I don’t think we’ll ever be fully phased out, because people are also interested in the lifestyle. You can’t really get a feel for the place and people on the internet. I think there is still a lot of opportunity here, it is a young resort maturing nicely, as it was well-planned,” Hilbert says. Both Steves enjoy serving the community and playing coach and counselor to new brokers, aiding in the growth of other TREC team members. “We’re the best company in town because of our people,” Hilbert quips. “The fun thing for me is to come full circle and watch my son blossom in this industry.”

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distilling spirit

Step into the new Telluride Distillery Company Tasting Room in Mountain Village and you can already feel the vibe in the Village Core changing. Handcrafting vodka since 2015, Abbott and Joanna Smith are pursuing their labor of love, first opening a distillery and small tasting room in Lawson Hill at the Society Turn Business Center, and now a second, much larger tasting room in the Franz Klammer Lodge. One thing’s for sure: fans of the distillery don’t have to travel far to enjoy local liquors. With vodka, whiskey and schnapps offerings, Telluride Distilling rolled out their vodka first in 2015. Their vodka is a throwback to an old Telluride miner’s recipe. “They used to have to ship in eight tons of sugar a week for miners back in the day, and we wanted to give a nod to a true Telluride recipe,” Abbott said. With its creamy and velvety texture, it has become a local favorite. “Good vodka is meant to be flavorless, odorless and textureless,” according to Abbott.

Rounding out the trifecta of libation perfection, their mountain mash whiskey is aged for at least two years in oak barrels. It’s a unique mash made of a 50/50 mix of the best parts of malted barley and rye. “We stay away from corn-based ingredients, as well as GMOs,” Joanna added. When asked about the couple’s now-thriving business, the down-to-earth co-owner Joanna, who studied chemistry and microbiology at the University of Colorado, simply stated, “We wanted to grow organically. We each knew at a young age that we wanted to own a business in the future, and after realizing the market for distilling was on the rise, we wanted to build something that allowed us to stay in Telluride while serving the community we love so much.” Abbott, with an engineering and business background, combined with his distilling knowledge, is “always reverse engineering everything.” Their combined brilliance led to the creation of one of the only continuous fractioning columns

Their schnapps was unveiled in May of 2016 and was nearly an “afterthought”, according to the couple. “We love peppermint schnapps and decided, why don’t we make one?” Joanna said. Their authentic peppermint flavor combined with half the normal amount of sugar makes it a popular choice among locals and visitors alike. “It has the least amount of sugar to still be called a schnapps and no additive chemicals. Our German and Swiss clientele love it. It’s not your typical schnapps from college.” And as one of the only peppermint schnapps to win a gold medal at the International San Francisco Spirits Competition, it’s the local favorite that could easily go national, according to the couple.

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in the state – that Abbott built with his bare hands. Sourcing parts and perfecting their distilling based on temperature and chemical compounds, the duo’s skills were able to shine. “Our distillery is controlled by computer rather than someone’s senses,” Abbott said, “It’s been the only one in the state until last year.” Their technical expertise shows, as there are only two manufacturers in the US that builds this unique piece of distilling equipment. He also constructed their soda system for ginger beer from scratch, and the couple serves their own recipes and mixes using fresh fruit and their own unique frozen drink machine. When asked how they manage their organic growth intelligently, Joanna expressed that they have been approached by several other states to distribute, including Texas, Arizona, Wisconsin, New York and California. She says they are very careful about their research and sourcing and want to nurture their small Colorado brand in the right way. “We knew how to distill, we just had to learn the business side of operating a distillery,” she said. And apply their new-found knowledge they did. By focusing on three products, the husband/wife team is able to provide high-quality product every time, allowing ease to market and lower costs, making them competitive in such a narrow field. “We appreciate that the locals are so supportive,” Abbott said. “Bartenders will pour it and it moves, so business owners know it will sell. We maintain $5 mules for locals, and our $4 schnapps shots are a favorite.” The Tasting Room also offers free popcorn and popular bar game like pool and darts. The newest addition will be the “Putt-Ski,” a golf/skeeball/beer pong mashup.

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Abbott met Joanna at the Bluegrass Festival in 2011 and realized they were on the same wavelength over dinner at now defunct eatery, Flavor. She was working for a nonprofit in Vail at the time, he was a bartender at the Mountain Lodge. After discovering commonality in their goals and how they wanted to impact their world, a beautiful partnership was born. In the early days, you would often find the Smiths tending bar themselves to support the tasting room and their distributorship. “We worked hard to ensure we could collaborate and grow the right way,” Joanna said. “We were very careful to grow organically and didn’t want to hound businesses to carry our brand. It’s not about the hype.”

They are proud of their commitment to community, highlighting their recent ski patrol fundraiser, which included raffles, donating a portion of the drink costs to the Hawkeye Foundation, and supporting the Logan Fuller fund. The Smiths encourage you to come by and try their handmade spirits, where they use only the finest ingredients distilled in a unique, high-altitude environment. The one-of-a-kind experience and smoothness of each sip will keep you coming back for more. “Anything to bring people to the Mountain Village is a win for us,” the couple stated. “TMVOA did so much for us, we are happy to support them however we can.”

But the hype has come, and support for the second location wasn’t hard to find. Telluride Real Estate Corp. had the space and Jon Dwight, Alex Martin and Marcin Ostromecki aided the couple in their search for a second location to support their wholesale distributorship. “We wanted a tasting room and it blossomed into a full bar. We never thought we’d have two locations: production and a separate tasting room in Mountain Village,” Joanna said. Their new location was timed perfectly with the Summer 2019 opening of the Common Consumption Area in the Mountain Village Core, expanding open container areas to the outdoor plaza areas. “It really helps with capacity and we’re excited to expand with additional umbrella tables out front,” she said. The Smiths’ Telluride roots run deep. Hailing from Wisconsin and Colorado, the couple enjoys the outdoors and hunting. Joanna’s grandparents met shooting and her great grandmother was born in Telluride, part of the Biddle clan. Her great great grandfather was an administrator for the area’s school system and was also in the marching band for one of Telluride’s first July 4th parades. You can even check out a large pair of antlers mounted on the wall from an elk shot by Joanna’s grandmother with a muzzle loader back in the 50s. With relatives here and their family steeped in history, the Smiths have deep respect for each other, locals and their employees. As if being one of the top distilleries in Colorado wasn’t enough, they cite one of their greatest achievements as having their family members from Wisconsin, Chicago and Key West finally visit Telluride when the Mountain Village tasting room opened. Joanna still maintains her nonprofit work, and although their business is their baby and shared passion, they are also proud parents to furry babies “Larry Byrd” and Wiemaraner “Zee.” They are extremely grateful to the town and give awesome kudos to the Town Council for being so supportive. When asked what it’s like to build up from treading water while nurturing their small Colorado brand, Abbott smiled and said, “It’s like being on a supercharged jet ski versus treading water!”

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telluride transfer One of the most historically-significant neighborhoods in Telluride is being transformed. Transfer Telluride rests in an historical part of town known as the Warehouse District: a former bustling hub of people, mining supplies and goods flowing in and out of town via narrowgauge railroad. When the mining boom ended, the corridor was left to ruin, with two historic buildings still on the property: The Stronghouse and the Transfer Warehouse. Now, with the help of the Telluride Arts District, the Transfer Warehouse will be restored as a community arts and cultural center for public benefit. Telluride Arts negotiated the purchase of the property, along with the required town approvals, and worked closely with both the Town of Telluride and the developer, Meriwether, to put in place a strategic Cultural Master Plan to build the arts center. Phase One has been completed by restoring the walls and purchasing the building outright, and Telluride Arts is now working on securing final design approvals in hopes of beginning construction in 2021, including finally replacing the roof. As of June 2019, Telluride Arts officially acquired the building. Board President Penelope Gleason said the timing is “perfectly serendipitous. The trifecta of the Wilkinson Public Library, the new Ah Haa School and the Transfer Warehouse will give our community an authentic core of Telluride culture.” Executive Director Kate Jones said that prioritizing the use of the Transfer Warehouse to serve as many people as possible, rather than dividing it into private studios for individuals, was a public decision. “The design is still conceptual and will be honed over the next year,” Jones said, “The warehouse will primarily be a clean exhibition and event space, and a place for artists to share completed projects, both a counterpoint and complement to the maker’s space just across the street.”

The desire is to create something that incorporates the richness of materials and textures found throughout town with a new look that is fresh and forward-looking, while still respecting the other buildings in the historic district. Plans discussed include gallery spaces and a shop, an indoor/outdoor atrium, café and lounge seating, rooftop bar, space for exhibits, offices and studios, and even an underground theatre suited for film, lectures and small concerts. The renovation will greatly aid in the ability to host community events, receptions and concerts, as well as provide an additional venue for festivals. The Transfer Warehouse is quintessential Telluride, and because Telluride is a window on the world, restored, the complex will serve as a community gathering place providing a platform for high-caliber, thought-provoking works, activating dialogue, expanding access to the arts for all ages and strengthening Telluride’s connection with culture and ideas across the globe. The vision is to create an international landmark that looks back at Telluride’s mining history and forward into the future as a ski resort making a difference in arts and learning. Upon completion, Transfer Telluride will expand upon the Telluride Cultural Master Plan’s priority to secure improved spaces for the arts, while activating Fir Street as a vibrant community corridor from the Gondola to Colorado Avenue. The project will certainly amplify real estate values in the corridor, but also aims to enhance the future of Telluride by cultivating a dynamic relationship to its past and supporting its present, evolving needs.

The Warehouse will elevate the quality of life in Telluride by providing powerful new programming that brings people together for transformative cultural experiences. Telluride will always have legendary mountains, boundless outdoor recreation and preserved open space, and the Warehouse will be the cultural equivalent to these natural assets, providing a profound point of connection between local and global, past and future, old and new.

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107 Rocky Road | $2,250,000 Sold by TREC/Christie’s

Carbon Peak Ranch | $4,350,000 Listed by TREC/Christie’s

Historic Senate Wick Penthouse | $8,500,000 Listed by TREC/Christie’s

Telemark Unit C | $3,250,000 Listed by TREC/Christie’s

Plaza Unit 303 | $2,400,000 Listed by TREC/Christie’s

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Creekside Unit C | $2,612,500

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109 Palmyra Drive | $3,000,000 Listed by TREC/Christie’s

480 West Colorado Avenue | $2,437,000 Listed by TREC/Christie’s

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The Town of Telluride

is like a small urban environment living in the body of a charming alpine village. Nestled below striking vertical peaks, the magnificent valley is comprised of a quaint 16-block-long by six-block-wide grid where streets are typically a blizzard of activity. Children walk to and from school, dogs accompany owners to the bank and post office, friends bump into each other on virtually every corner, and anything can be tackled on foot or by bicycle. In Telluride, a cup of coffee and the morning paper are never more than a five-minute jaunt away; and neither is the ski resort, as two lifts and the Gondola — the innovative people-mover connecting Telluride and Mountain Village — rise up right from town. Additionally, whether one needs an ATM, wifi, a quick snack, or a birthday card, just about everything is available on, or adjacent to, Main Street, Telluride’s lively epicenter. Telluride was designated a National Historic Landmark District in 1964 and takes its architectural standards very seriously — old structures are meticulously preserved, while new construction is monitored by strict and careful guidelines. As a result, Telluride’s residential homes all share a Victorian trend that’s traditional for some, contemporary for others, and its commercial district is a colorful display of restored and recreated western storefronts. And through this thoughtfully laid out floor plan, Telluride captures the bustling energy of any city neighborhood, yet pads it in a safe and neatly packaged, friendly little town. In fact, some might even go as far as to say that the cozy Telluride valley resembles a large family as homes are lined closely together, neighbors chat across balconies, and the mountains above serve as a communal backyard enjoyed by everyone. @TRECTelluride

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Historic Senate Penthouse // $7,250,000 Newly constructed and refined townhome residence located within the old “red light district” of the Historic Core of Telluride. Views from expansive decks capture the box canyon, Bear Creek and Ski Resort that will be forever protected. Sophisticated, mountain modern interiors offer an engaging contrast to the buildings’ brick, steel and stone exterior. Expansive window openings not only frame dramatic views, but capture the warmth of all-day sun. A one-half-block stroll to Colorado Avenue’s restaurants and shops underscores the convenience of the “mountain resort, urban lifestyle.” The Historic Senate, originally built in the late 1800’s, now encompasses a spacious and luxuriously-appointed penthouse with living, kitchen, dining and master, three additional guest bedrooms, family and media rooms. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

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522 West 522 WestColorado ColoradoAvenue Avenue////$4,975,000 $4,975,000 Understated at its entrance, this exquisitely remodeled residence explodes with a mountain contemporary design flair upon entry. Its owner, an accomplished interior designer, has captured views of the ski resort and box canyon from its seamlessly flowing and open floorplan. Two south-facing lots allow for spacious outdoor living areas with decking, hot tub, fire pit and flower garden. Unheard of in Telluride, a generous motor court can accommodate as many as six vehicles together with an enclosed garage. All finishes, fixtures and appointments are upscale and refined with vibrant splashes of color. A two-bedroom guest house with superb, efficient design affords separation and privacy for guests and extended family. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

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Lot 9, Primrose Lane // $895,000

237 North Davis Street // $750,000

End-of-the-road location with superb privacy, excellent solar exposure, and protected views of the entire range of Telluride peaks and Bear Creek. Very level build on 50-foot-by-50-foot lot, allowing for sufficient width for an architecturally-spacious floor plan.

Least expensive and easiest build lot in Town with great views of the valley and the ski area. STEVE HILBERT | 970.729.0003 | shilbert@telluridecolorado.net STEVIE HILBERT | 619.252.3525 | steviehilbert@gmail.com

TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com

Mountainside Inn Unit 105RA // $369,000

River Club Fractionals // from $29,000-$132,000

Ski-in/ski-out convenience. This is two side-by-side hotel rooms zoned as one residential unit. They may be combined into a one-bedroom condo. Either way, there are no restrictions as to length of occupancy, so may be lived in full time or rented.

Affordability and luxury all in one package. The newly remodeled River Club will not disappoint. All the amenities you can imagine are at your fingertips. Ski and Golf membership while in residence. Premier fractional ownership opportunity in the Town of Telluride.

STEVE PATTERSON | 970.708.1675 | stiff@telluridecolorado.net

BRITTANY â&#x20AC;&#x153;BEBEâ&#x20AC;? HINDE | 970.708.9014 | bebehinde@gmail.com

TBD South Sunset Ridge Drive // $299,250 Located only two flat-grade miles from Town, this well-sited and easy-to-build residential lot offers an affordable start to having that dream home in historic Telluride. Ability to build three levels of living space in a single-family home. MARK & TERRIE DOLLARD | 970.708.0854 | dollard@markdollard.com @TRECTelluride TREC Collection 2019 listings TOT.indd 8

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215 North Fir Street // $4,745,000 Timeless Telluride. Still searching for that perfect Telluride home? This offering is in one of the most desired locations in Telluride — sunnyside, steps to the center of Main Street and 3.5 blocks to the Gondola, inspiring views and privacy. Located in one of Telluride’s original town additions, which means proximity to some of Telluride’s most unique landmarks. In addition to its location, this home has too many features to list, but here are a couple — new construction, multiple flex rooms, wrap-around front porch, second separate master (caretaker unit), no common-wall bedrooms, heated garage and a petite front yard. Custom designed and built with all the amenities one would expect in a mountain modern home. This is the Telluride lifestyle at its finest. BEN JACKSON | 970.708.1495 | bkjack@rmi.net

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Owl Meadows Unit 16 // $1,395,000 Newly updated three-bedroom, three-and-one-half-bathroom residence with upscale amenities that include cherry wood floors and cabinets, steam shower, stainless appliances, quartz countertops and newly installed furnishings. Located in the very sought-after west end of the Town of Telluride, the residence offers its owner a short stroll to skiing via Chair 7, San Miguel River and trail, grocery store and 800-acre Valley Floor, providing endless opportunities for SUPing, hiking and biking. Proven excellent short-term rental potential. Sold fully furnished. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com SCOT JONES | 303.881.0751 | scotajones@hotmail.com

200 South Sunset Ridge Drive // $1,429,000 Located directly across the street from the Valley Floor and 1.5 miles from town, this custom home enjoys great views, all-day sun and wonderful sunsets. Four large bedrooms and over 3,200 square feet provide more space than your typical Town of Telluride home at this pricepoint. Custom craftsmanship and finishes exist throughout including cherry floors, cherry cabinets, Sub-Zero, Viking, Bosch, in-floor radiant heat and air conditioning. Enjoy everything the open space of the Valley Floor offers across the street with skiing, fishing, hiking, biking and wildlife. DAN HENSCHEL | 970.708.2131 | dan@danhenschel.com

585 East Galena Avenue // $1,995,000 The easternmost lot on Galena in town. Four lots have been combined to create the ultimate parcel. Ridiculous views from Ingram Falls to western sunsets and straight up Bear Creek. Just look next door to see what is possible on this magnificent site. If you have ever been to the infamous “tree swing,” you are familiar with the location and views! Don’t miss your shot at the best lot in town. STEVE HILBERT | 970.729.0003 | shilbert@telluridecolorado.net STEVIE HILBERT | 619.252.3525 | steviehilbert@gmail.com

Owl Meadows Unit 29 // $1,350,000 This upscale three-bedroom townhome features cherry floors, in-floor radiant heat, granite countertops and a great view of Telluride’s iconic box canyon. Located on the west end of town, this unit is just steps away from Clark’s Market, the Telluride Ski Resort, the San Miguel River and the Valley Floor. The attached garage provides off-street parking and storage. Offered fully furnished. MARCIN OSTROMECKI | 970.708.4119 | marcin@gotelluride.com ALEX MARTIN | 970.729.1691 | alex@gotelluride.com JON DWIGHT | 970.708.0691 | jon@gotelluride.com

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118 118Liberty LibertyBell BellLane Lane// //$4,495,000 $4,900,000 Enjoy a unique ownership opportunity just a quick walk or bike ride to downtown Telluride. This gorgeous stone house (original mining surveyors office) was originally built in 1930 for the Liberty Bell Mine. Sante Architects and Chandler Homes have transformed this gem into a modern oasis with original stone, beautiful wood accents and custom metalwork throughout. The home maintains its mining roots while perfectly blending modern touches that will satisfy the most discerning tastes. In addition, there is a studio apartment attached to the separate oversized garage that boasts some of the best views of the box canyon for entertaining your out-of-town friends and family! BRITTANY BRITTANY“BEBE” “BEBE” HINDE HINDE || 970.708.9014 970.708.9014 || bebehinde@gmail.com bebehinde@gmail.com GARRETT GARRETT SIMON SIMON || 970.708.1155 970.708.1155 || garrett@telluridecolorado.net garrett@telluridecolorado.net JESSICA SIMON || 970.708.1156 JESSICA 970.708.1156 || telluridejess@gmail.com telluridejess@gmail.com

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Wintercrown Wintercrown Penthouse Penthouse // $4,150,000 The Wintercrown Penthouse possesses a top floor location overlooking the historic heart of Telluride. Just an elevator ride to fine dining, shopping and cultural events, nearly all living areas of this penthouse enjoy spectacular views of the box canyon peaks that surround this resort community. Upon arrival, abandon the automobile and stroll to the Gondola and ski lifts. The floor plan encompassing four bedrooms and four full and one half baths flows seamlessly on one level. An abundance of skylights absorbs the warmth of all-day sun and focuses on the mountain peaks above. Handcrafted, recycled hardwood base, case and cabinetry, and the finest of granites and marbles are just some of its upscale finishes. An expansive deck offers an ultimate outdoor entertaining experience. TD TDSMITH SMITH||970.729.1577 970.729.1577||td@tdsmith.com td@tdsmith.com CHRIS CHRISSOMMERS SOMMERS||970.729.2480 970.729.2480||chris@chrissommers.com chris@chrissommers.com

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Lot C, Halls Subdivision // $1,700,000 Oversized building parcel with 180-degree views of the ski resort, Bear Creek and the Telluride peaks. Recently replatted with potential of a garage off Gregory and main residence above overlooking Historic Telluride. All utilities stubbed and available. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

245 South Sunset Ridge Drive // $1,397,000 A beautiful and sun-soaked custom-built four-bedroom home, just a quick drive, bike, walk or Nordic ski to town. Conveniently located steps from the paved bike path with direct access to downtown Telluride, or jump on the Galloping Goose bus with a convenient roadside bus stop location. 245 South Sunset Ridge overlooks the ever-preserved valley floor; enjoy groomed Nordic trails in the winter and elk herds grazing in the summer. The home boasts lots of sunshine with its location on the north side of the valley, and great views to the east, south and west ends of the valley. BRITTANY â&#x20AC;&#x153;BEBEâ&#x20AC;? HINDE | 970.708.9014 | bebehinde@gmail.com GARRETT SIMON | 970.708.1155 | garrett@telluridecolorado.net JESSICA SIMON | 970.708.1156 | telluridejess@gmail.com

771 Prospect Avenue // $1,350,000 Three bedrooms, two baths, 1,668 square feet of Victorian charm in Backman Village. Across the street from 570 acres of pristine Valley Floor open space. Walk to the lifts, schools and market. Expertly maintained and remodeled in 2015. Open floor plan with two living areas and fireplace. Parking for four cars. Abundant sunshine and no rental restrictions. This rare Backman Village gem is now available! ROBERT STENHAMMER | 970.708.7771 robert@telluriderealestates.com

Lulu City 6K // $1,249,000 Beautiful 2-bedroom, 2-bath penthouse, all-new construction done expertly. All surfaces, including low E top-of-the-line windows, are brand new. Great location close to the ski lift, with shopping and dining also steps away. White Springs granite, GE Adora Slate appliances, knotty alder cabinets and trim, cedar accent walls, heated Bucak honed travertine tile, European white oak flooring, recessed lighting, plus more. Includes a covered assigned parking space, a ski closet and a storage closet inside. The complex has a hot tub for after skiing and a heated pool with a deck for lounging. STEVE PATTERSON | 970.708.1675 | stiff@telluridecolorado.net www.telluriderealestatecorp.com TREC Collection 2019 listings TOT.indd 13

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225 North Fir Street // $4,795,000 Three blocks to all Telluride has to offer â&#x20AC;&#x201D; sunnyside, skiing, restaurants, shopping â&#x20AC;&#x201D; but the views and the award-winning architect Tommy Hein design will make you want to stay nestled right in this fine home, featuring mountain-modern interiors by TRIBE Interiors that recall our rich mining heritage. Three bedrooms, four bathrooms and three flex areas, plus a garage for storage. BEN JACKSON | 970.708.1495 | bkjack@rmi.net

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425 West Pacific Street // $3,500,000 Centrally located just off Aspen and Pacific Streets on a large oversized double lot out of the flood plain. Great re-development opportunity with several different options, located in the Accommodations zoning district. Fifty feet of frontage on Pacific and just a block and half to the Gondola, with amazing views of the ski area. Property is currently long-term rented and pulling in $3,000+ a month. Pull in income while you design your dream home. GARRETT SIMON | 970.708.1155 | garrett@telluridecolorado.net JESSICA SIMON | 970.708.1156 | telluridejess@gmail.com BRITTANY â&#x20AC;&#x153;BEBEâ&#x20AC;? HINDE | 970.708.9014 | bebehinde@gmail.com

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369 East Galena Avenue // $3,500,000 Take the hard part out of building your dream home. This sun-drenched lot on the iconic ‘’sunny side’’ of historic downtown Telluride is comprised of three town lots and includes HARC-approved plans for a 5,500-square-foot custom home by renowned architect Tommy Hein. On the corner of Alder and Galena, the future six-bedroom residence will enjoy stunning views of Ajax, Ballard, and Town Park as well as all-day sunshine. Thanks to the generously-sized lot, plans include a separate guest home, twocar garage, and a beautifully landscaped yard in which to enjoy Telluride’s year-round beauty. GARRETT SIMON | 970.708.1155 | garrett@telluridecolorado.net JESSICA SIMON | 970.708.1156 | telluridejess@gmail.com BRITTANY “BEBE” HINDE | 970.708.9014 | bebehinde@gmail.com

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is a spectacular neighborhood filled with big backyards and winding, tree-lined streets. Homes have privacy, yet are close enough together for neighbors to share the day’s events in the driveway or pass each other on a morning jog. In winter, skiers and snowboarders pull right off the slopes and up to their doorsteps, while on summer days kids toss footballs in the road without having to worry about traffic. As one of Colorado’s youngest communities, incorporated as a town and home-rule municipality in 1995, Mountain Village rests on the northern end of sunny Turkey Creek Mesa, encompassing more than 2,100 acres of forested mountainside. Prior to earning its very own spot on the map, the town underwent a significant research, development and design phase, having been conceptualized as a ski resort village for more than a dozen years. From there, a cobblestone pedestrian plaza at the base of the ski resort became the bustling Village Core, lined with boutiques, restaurants, hotels, spas, fire pits, bouldering area and skating rink. In addition, the Village Core is home to the state-of-the-art Telluride Conference Center, Telluride Ski & Golf Company’s headquarters, the Ski & Snowboard School, three chair lifts, and the Gondola — the transportation system linking Telluride and Mountain Village together in a stunning 13-minute ride. Surrounding the core of town is the 18-hole Telluride Championship Golf Course, as well as beautiful alpine residences that abut both the golf course and ski area. Mountain Village is renowned for its panoramic vistas and elegant sophistication with new developments and amenities popping up constantly, the most recent of which includes a new grocery store, post office and several new hotels. @TRECTelluride TREC Collection 2019 listings MV.indd 2

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109 Polecat Lane // $9,200,000 This spectacular mountain modern masterpiece was designed by Centre Sky Architects. Excellent usage of the 0.75-acre lot to take advantage of view corridors to the San Sophia Range while maximizing southern solar gain. The residence consists of three major living space ‘’anchors’’ connected via bridges to create interest and reduce scale — a wonderful home for entertaining or simply relaxing with family. Five bedrooms and 8,000+/- SF of livable space consisting of great room, gourmet kitchen, sunroom, den/office, rec room, fitness room, ski utility wing and three-car garage. Ski access is a short and easy walk. Offered fully furnished. DAN HENSCHEL | 970.708.2131 | dan@danhenschel.com

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741 Mountain Village Boulevard // $6,950,000 Anchored on a lushly-wooded hillside overlooking the Mountain Village Core, with on-grade ski access from the lower level, this exquisite residence has convenience to Village Core amenities and the Gondola. Its bold exterior of stone and timber with European flair blends perfectly with its setting. Impeccable interior finishes include cherry cabinetry, trim and doors, marble and flagstone flooring, granite and travertine baths. A grand entry features a two-and-a-half-story custom circular steel and cherry staircase. The floor plan embraces five bedrooms (two masters), eight baths, theater room, family room with wet bar and fireplace, chefâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kitchen and ski room opening to the trail. All levels are elevator served with the master suite possessing its own wing. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

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101 Benchmark Drive // $3,795,000 A one-of-a-kind property and location! It was selected by the original developers of Tellurideâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Mountain Village as the site for their model home, then later converted and remodeled into a luxury estate. From its perch beside Elk Lake, forever views over still water are afforded of the Telluride ski area and the iconic San Sophia Range. Cast a line for a rainbow trout, relax atop your SUP on the placid water, recline lakeside with your tribe in the lovely yard. Built ranch-style on a lot measuring nearly 0.9 acres, the main residence enjoys multiple gathering spaces and terrific separation between all of the rooms, with one of the best patios in town aside the lake and vast open space. Mature aspen abound and the landscaping is the envy of the neighborhood. This property cannot be recreated. MARK DOLLARD | 970.708.0854 | dollard@markdollard.com TERRIE DOLLARD | 970.708.1540 | terrie@markdollard.com

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209 Wilson Peak Drive // $7,995,000 The ultimate in effortless ski access. The five-bedroom, six-bath residenceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sense of arrival presents architecture that is uniquely contemporary with a blend of curvature and simplistic linear design that blends seamlessly with its mountainous environment through usage of copper and red cedar siding and barrel-vaulted copper and cedar shake roofing. Upon entry, its slate staircase and glass elevator provide the first hint of the superb mountain contemporary finishes found throughout. Frosted glass flooring from a hallway above streams light to the entry level. White hard maples, integrated color concrete, and stainless steel interior sliding glass doors are but a few of the fine finishes utilized throughout. One can access the main level up a dramatic open-tread steel and slate staircase or glass pneumatic elevator, a unique architectural element unto itself. A curved art wall invites one to open living, dining and chefâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kitchen areas with dramatic floor-to-ceiling views of the San Sophia Ridge through yet another curved exterior wall, and warmed by an artistically-designed fireplace. This great room also accesses expansive decks to the north and south offering additional enjoyable outdoor living areas. Located with end-of-the-road privacy. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com @TRECTelluride TREC Collection 2019 listings MV.indd 10

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151 Benchmark Drive // $2,950,000 Never before listed for sale, this meticulously-maintained four-bedroom log home was one of the first to be built in the Mountain Village on what is arguably one of the finest lots in the Village. The home offers two master suites, is located directly trailside to the Bridges ski run, and features A+ on-grade ski access, outstanding views of the San Sophia Ridge and easy access to the Mountain Village Core, Gondola, restaurants, shopping, etc. Once you see it, you’ll understand why this was one of the first lots chosen. This property is simply the best single-family trailside opportunity available for less than $3M. The above rendering (right) represents remodel potential. ALEX MARTIN | 970.729.1691 | alex@gotelluride.com MARCIN OSTROMECKI | 970.708.4119 | marcin@gotelluride.com JON DWIGHT | 970.708.0691 | jon@gotelluride.com

Tree Tops // $2,750,000 The last townhome on the drive, 312 Prospect Falls Drive enjoys adjacency to open space and spectacular views to the San Sophia Ridge. The lower level was completely finished by the developer’s contractor to the same quality specifications. With five bedrooms, five baths, recreation room, three gathering areas, four decks, hot tub, pool table and more, this property can handle two families and big gatherings. Highest-quality finishes featuring plaster walls, walnut floors, and a cook’s kitchen with Viking appliances, soapstone counters, and custom cabinetry. High-quality construction using log and stone with a metal roof. End unit provides ample natural light. Private ski lift next door. Fully furnished and accessorized for turn-key living. TOBIN BROWN | 970.729.0456 | tobinbrown5@gmail.com 44

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123 Autumn Lane // $4,950,000 Sitting on 2.28 acres and adjacent to a swath of park-like open space, this gracious five-bedroom, four-bath residence has a coveted address at the end of Autumn Lane. Over 7,000 square feet of thoughtfully-designed spaces. Designed for comfortable entertaining and family time, with both expansive and intimate gathering areas, including ample decks, four fireplaces, formal dining room, and chef’s kitchen. Timeless materials including Douglas fir timbers, custom cedar siding, oak flooring, native stone, and plaster walls combine for a serene and relaxed environment. Private ski trail. There are three indoor fireplaces (two woodburning) and one outdoor fire pit. Seller is in possession of two wood-burning permits. Extensive outdoor living spaces and a unique indoor “tree house” room with fireplace. The wine room is conveniently located adjacent to the kitchen and dining areas. Private ski trail to and from Double Cabins right out the front door serves the homes at the end of Autumn Lane. TOBIN BROWN | 970.729.0456 | tobinbrown5@gmail.com TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

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128 Victoria Drive // $4,985,000 Very private and elegantly appointed five-bedroom timber and stone home that exudes warmth and comfort. Intended for a large family and nestled in the woods of one of the Mountain Villageâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most exclusive neighborhoods, the home was completely rebuilt in 2010 with a level of finish and quality that must be seen to be appreciated. The home features antique furniture and reclaimed French limestone flooring, interior stone, ceiling beams and various other architectural pieces from Chateau Domingue, coupled with walnut flooring, doors and trim. The property has direct ski-out access and is located at a very desirable Mountain Village elevation. ALEX MARTIN | 970.729.1691 | alex@gotelluride.com MARCIN OSTROMECKI | 970.708.4119 | marcin@gotelluride.com JON DWIGHT | 970.708.0691 | jon@gotelluride.com

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705 Mountain Village Boulevard // $4,700,000 Breathtaking — the only word that appropriately describes the viewscape from the residence’s two-story great room upon entry. Anchored on a ridge overlooking the Telluride Valley 800 feet below, it is one of a handful of properties possessing double-loaded views of the iconic Wilson and San Sophia Mountain Ranges. Bathed in sun from the early morning to evening sunsets, extraordinary vistas are captured from various living and sleeping spaces. The main level open floor plan flows effortlessly between chef ‘s kitchen, living, dining and breakfast nook areas, all with wide-plank pine flooring, with a spacious office and master suite with gas fireplace, jetted tub and steam shower conveniently up one-half level. Two decks, one with built-in BBQ, strategically taking advantage of the views, further expand the great room living area graced by a massive twostory stone wood-burning fireplace. The floor plan includes five bedrooms and four and one-half baths. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

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27 Trails Edge Lane // COMING TO MARKET - PRICE ON REQUEST The owner of this home searched the Mountain Village market for over two years. This home is the end result of what was not and still is not available in the Mountain Village market: direct ski access; six bedrooms (with separate girl/boy bunk rooms); separate family areas yet one area large enough for all of the family or families; mountain contemporary design by Tommy Hein Architects, built by Koenig Construction, interiors by John Harrison of DIGS; located where a car is not required, steps to the outer MV core and Gondola; located on a cul-de-sac private street, snow melted as well. This is the home for a family or families that desire a true sense of place in a one-of-a-kind location in a one-of-a-kind town. BEN JACKSON | 970.708.1495 | bkjack@rmi.net

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103 Cabins Lane // $1,750,000 A trailside log classic, this four-bedroom+ home with separate onebedroom guest suite is perched above gurgling Prospect Creek and situated adjacent to the Prospect Creek ski trail. Priced at under $2M, this home has never been rented but could be an excellent source of rental revenue when you aren’t using it. Features include an open floor plan, office loft, fantastic deck with hot tub, two-car garage with guest quarters, and idyllic location. GARRETT SIMON | 970.708.1155 | garrett@telluridecolorado.net JESSICA SIMON | 970.708.1156 | telluridejess@gmail.com BRITTANY “BEBE” HINDE | 970.708.9014 | bebehinde@gmail.com

Mountain Lodge Cabin 9 // $1,485,000 True ski-in/ski-out 4-bedroom log cabin. Located directly trailside on Double Cabins, “Humbolt” cabin also benefits from its quiet and private creekside location. Enjoy all of the services and amenities of the Mountain Lodge, plus hassle-free condo ownership. Just remodeled with new wood floors, paint and trim, with great natural light and views to the San Sophia Range. DAN HENSCHEL | 970.708.2131 | dan@danhenschel.com

127 Adams Way // $2,995,000 New mountain contemporary home that can be built on Lot AR-60. Five bedrooms, four and one-half baths, with lots of glass and views to the San Sophia Range. The large living area has a fireplace as well as a walkout deck. Master is on the main level and has a fireplace, steam shower and big views. The upper level also includes a guest master and another guest suite. The lower level has a two-car garage, laundry room, secondary living area and two more bedrooms with a Jack-and-Jill bath. Total square footage is estimated at 4,674 square feet. More information and plans available.

ANDREW DOLESE | 970.708.3739 andrew@tellurideluxuryhomesandcondos.com

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102 Double Eagle Way // $2,095,000 A delightful and superbly maintained timber frame residence with spacious two-story great room. The floor plan flows effortlessly between kitchen, living and entertaining areas. Double-sided gas fireplace warms the lower living area with views of the Telluride Golf Course, Gray Head and western sunsets. A top-floor grand master suite is replete with jetted tub, steam shower, walk-in closet and private deck. All baths are appointed with granites and travertines. Excellent value for a family mountain home. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

Country Club Drive - Lots 151R1, 151R2 & 151R3 // $775,000-$825,000 Three gently sloping building lots, approximately 0.3 acres each, located within a short stroll of the Mountain Village Core. Superb access, perfect southwest solar exposure, overlooking the first fairway and 18th green with 180-degree views of the Wilson Range, Palmyra Peak and ski resort, these parcels present an easy build with an incomparable location. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

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Lorian III Unit 6 // $3,300,000 Don’t miss out on the opportunity to own the final developer’s unit in Phase III at The Lorian! This fully-furnished single-level penthouse flat has absolutely everything you are searching for in a Mountain Village condo. Perfect for entertaining, Unit 6 boasts high vaulted ceilings, stunning sunset views to the west, an open floor plan, spacious chef’s kitchen, multiple balconies, two living areas (each with a gas fireplace), a wet bar, and four graciously-sized bedrooms each with an en-suite bath. But that’s not all! Take the elevator down to your ski locker, put on your ski gear, and stroll down the heated sidewalk to the adjacent Sundance ski trail. Enjoy having a warm and dry car in your heated garage, store your seasonal gear in your large private owner’s closet, work out at the Lorian’s private gym, and soak away your sore muscles in the shared hot tub. This is one of the Mountain Village’s most competitively-priced luxury condominium units and won’t last for long. GARRETT SIMON | 970.708.1155 | garrett@telluridecolorado.net JESSICA SIMON | 970.708.1156 | telluridejess@gmail.com BRITTANY “BEBE” HINDE | 970.708.9014 | bebehinde@gmail.com

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228 Russell Drive // $5,950,000 The Best of Both Worlds ­— nestled alongside the third green with convenient ski-in and ski-out access to the Galloping Goose ski trail and miles of cross country ski trails, 228 Russell Drive blends perfectly with its mountainous environment. The log and stone exterior pleasingly contrasts the architectural elegance of its interior with a more formal and upscale cherry base, case, trim and cabinetry. The main level literally explodes with views to the ski resort within a one-and-a-half-story great room warmed by a massive stone-surround wood-burning fireplace. The floor plan effortlessly flows from the living area to a chef’s kitchen with breakfast nook, formal dining and a cozy sunken media room, guest apartment, and three additional guest suites (including bunkroom). All en-suite baths are appointed with granites, travertines and slates. Accessed by a dramatic circular stairwell with workout area beneath, the second level encompasses two grand masters (both with gas fireplaces) separated by a den/study/library with fireplace. En-suite baths with elegant appointments, oversized tubs and walk-in closets adjoin both. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com @TRECTelluride TREC Collection 2019 listings MV.indd 20

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Lot 434, Mountain Village // $2,200,000 Offered for sale for the first time ever, Lot 434 offers the A+ qualities of a true ski-in/ski-out lot that buyers have been waiting for. Ski access doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get any easier, with direct trailside location to the Galloping Goose ski run for seamless ski-in/ski-out access. Continuing, enjoy excellent views to the San Sophia Range, along with all-day natural light. Lastly, abutting over three acres of open space, the 0.72-acre parcel offers excellent privacy in the estate neighborhood of Touchdown Drive. DAN HENSCHEL | 970.708.2131 | dan@danhenschel.com

Lots 219B & 220B, Mountain Village // $2,350,000 Two lots occupying a private knoll-top for the construction of an exclusive residence on 1.32 acres of gently sloping terrain with outstanding views. This estate parcel is an ideal setting for a family compound directly adjoining Bridges ski trail with on-grade ski-in/ski-out access. Bathed in all-day sun, the site is easily accessible and possesses mature, lush vegetation. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

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122 Highlands Way // $4,150,000 Timeless Mountain Village five-bedroom, six-full-bath, 7,134-SF timber frame home set on 1.86 acres in the estate neighborhood of Highlands Way. Enjoy dramatic views to the San Sophia Range, whether from the floor-to-ceiling windows of the great room or the expansive outdoor deck. The residence is comprised of two master suites, three guest bedrooms, rec room, exercise room, wine room and office/den off the master wing. Bask in the warmth of all-day natural light and enjoy the privacy of cul-de-sac location. Offered fully furnished, extras include outdoor hot tub patio, three fireplaces, two wet bars, breakfast nook and recently installed oxygen system in the master bedroom. DAN HENSCHEL | 970.708.2131 | dan@danhenschel.com

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See Forever Village Unit B402 // $5,300,000 One of very few corner penthouses with double-loaded views of the Wilson Range and ski resort in the Mountain Villageâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most-sought-after location at See Forever Village. This spectacular residence is showcased by floor-to-ceiling window openings, vaulted ceilings, four fireplaces with steel and stone surrounds, two master bedroom suites, Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, antique chestnut hardwood flooring, alder base and case and much more. The master and two other guest suites are located on the main level adjoining a very spacious great room and living, kitchen and dining areas. If managed by the Peaks Resort & Spa, all amenities and services are available to its owner and guests. Finishes are exquisite, including copper sinks, Rocky Mountain hardware, granites, travertines and more. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

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Lumiere Unit 301 // $1,725,000 Experience all of the amenities of a luxury boutique hotel in the comfort of a condominium designed with your family in mind. Lumiere 301 offers high-end finishes throughout, private elevator and garage access, and the convenience and service of a luxury slope-side ski property. Enter this condo via direct elevator or garage access into an open living, dining and kitchen area from which you walk out onto the deck and enjoy views of the San Sophia Range. All on one level, Lumiere 301 has a master suite and two guest bedrooms located down the hall from the main living area. BEN JACKSON | 970.708.1495 | bkjack@rmi.net

225 Adams Ranch Road // $1,890,000 Magnificent mountain views with great decks and an outdoor hot tub. Across the street from the Telluride Golf Club and maintained Nordic/hiking trails. This home is perfectly oriented for all-day sunshine and natural light. Easy Mountain Village access off Highway 145 at a lower elevation. Open kitchen that flows to the dining area and family room with fireplace. Two master bedrooms accompany two additional bedrooms, a loft, media room and lower level flex space. Uniquely, this property is zoned to accommodate an additional home on the lot and density is included in purchase price, creating amazing added value. On-demand transportation to anywhere in Mountain Village via Dial-A-Ride. Town is installing 1GB internet access in 2020. ROBERT STENHAMMER | 970.708.7771 robert@telluriderealestatecorp.com

TBD Hang Glider Drive // $1,600,000 Two abutting ski-in/ski-out lots encompassing over an acre in size and offering flexibility, whether you design and build one estate home, one estate home with a guest quarters, or two homes sharing one driveway. The low location in the Mountain Village allows for the convenience of walking to and from the grocery store and Gondola/Village Core. Enjoy big views of the San Sophia Range, plus no surprises with all of your neighboring lots having been built on already. Compare to other true ski-in/ski-out lots in this price point and see the value these two lots offer. Contact listing agent for driveway and design options. DAN HENSCHEL | 970.708.2131 | dan@danhenschel.com

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Peaks Penthouses 9 & 21 // $3,750,000 Atop the full-service Peaks Resort & Spa, this eighth-floor penthouse combines contemporary interior finishes and architecture with a floorplan that accommodates spacious areas for both entertainment and quiet privacy. Its two-story living area with ten skylights flows seamlessly from a chefâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kitchen to dining and living spaces with fireplaces on both ends. Floor-to-ceiling window openings capture the breadth of the San Sophia Range and open upon an outdoor deck spanning the great roomâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s length. A luxurious guest bedroom and office complete the main level floorplan. The grand master suite, with en-suite bath, includes his-and-hers walk-in closets/dressing rooms, jetted tub, steam shower, and private deck and sitting area with fireplace, all exclusively located on the upper level. An intriguing winding stairwell with steel balusters, capped by walnut, leads to two guest suites, one with its own fireplace, with both accessing an outdoor deck. This exquisite penthouse residence is but an elevator ride to fine dining, spa, fitness and wellness centers, salon, ski valet, golf shop and indoor/outdoor pool. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

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225 Touchdown Drive // $5,200,000 Mountain Escape. This large, luxurious mountain home is nestled within the evergreen trees and ski slopes of the charming town of Mountain Village. Beautifully situated near the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, this private estate offers the perfect vacation retreat thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just steps away from the popular Galloping Goose Ski Run and other slopes of Mountain Village/Telluride. This home isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t just perfect for skiers, the views will relax and inspire anyone. The Mountain Village core is just a short walk on an easily accessible path where you can shop, enjoy fine dining or take part in a variety of activities for the kids. STEVE HILBERT | 970.729.0003 | shilbert@telluridecolorado.net STEVIE HILBERT | 619.252.3525 | steviehilbert@gmail.com TOBIN BROWN | 970.729.0456 | tobinbrown5@gmail.com

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Mountain Lodge at Telluride // starting at $310,500 Located between two ski runs and just steps from the Gondola, this full-service ski-in/ski-out property takes care of everything for you. With slopeside convenience, upscale amenities and gracious services, Mountain Lodge at Telluride completes the ultimate Telluride experience. Surrounded by panoramic views of the majestic San Juan Mountains, Mountain Lodge features one-, two- and three-bedroom condos along with four-bedroom luxury log cabins. The main lodge features a tremendous lobby warmed by an immense river-rock fireplace. Gleaming with rich leather and rustic Western elegance, the lobby also features the full-service View Bar & Grill. MARCIN OSTROMECKI | 970.708.4119 | marcin@gotelluride.com ALEX MARTIN | 970.729.1691 | alex@gotelluride.com JON DWIGHT | 970.708.0691 | jon@gotelluride.com

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Franz Klammer Fractional Units // $48,000-$195,000

Peaks Penthouse 751 // $795,000

Fairmont Benefits include reciprocal use at over 100 resort properties around the world, plus an in-house rental program, and an invitation to the ultra-exclusive Fairmont Presidentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Circle.

Impressive corner penthouse at the Peaks Resort & Spa, with stunning views of the San Sophias and Telluride Ski Area. The resort offers the finest amenities on the Western Slope and is located within easy walking distance of all Mountain Village has to offer.

BEN JACKSON | 970.708.1495 | bkjack@rmi.net PAM GUILLORY | 970.708.0108 | pam@telluriderealestatecorp.com

ALEX MARTIN | 970.729.1691 | alex@gotelluride.com

567 Mountain Village Boulevard 106C // $815,000

Bear Creek Lodge Unit 403 // $725,000

1,630 square feet of ground floor commercial space located in the Mountain Village core adjacent to the Conference Center. This space includes the three bays of storefront windows shown in above photo. One garage parking space is included.

Penthouse with four bedrooms including two masters. Fully furnished, wood floors in kitchen, dining and living rooms. Bear Creek Lodge provides a full range of amenities and services.

STEVE HILBERT | 970.729.0003 | shilbert@telluridecolorado.net

DAVE FLATT | 970.209.0681 | dave@daveflatt.com ANDREW DOLESE | 970.708.3739 | andrew@tellurideluxuryhomesandcondos.com

Mountain Lodge Unit 4217 // $410,000

Westermere Unit 312 // $829,900

Fully furnished, this top-level two-bedroom, two-bath condo enjoys abundant natural light to make it one of the brightest units in the complex. A sizeable west-facing patio overlooking the Double Cabins ski run provides guests with a comfortable outdoor space.

Tastefully remodeled in 2014, this two-bedroom condo offers what Mountain Village condo buyers are looking for. The floor plan is comfortable and efficient, and the Village Core location is quiet and a short walk to the gondola, skiing, shops and restaurants.

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119 Palmyra Drive // $6,200,000 Seamless Ski Access best describes this estateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s location, both departing and arriving on grade from Bridges ski trail to its ski room with equipment storage and boot warmers. Recently remodeled with a mountain contemporary flair, 119 Palmyra Drive is the ultimate retreat for generations of family that comfortably sleeps 17 within six spacious bedrooms and bunkrooms. Expansive mountainous views from the great room explode at entry through floor-to ceiling windows, spilling sunlight upon a two-and-a-half-story great room replete with a steel and glass fireplace. The open main-level floorplan flows effortlessly to the dining area and a chefâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kitchen with breakfast bar, concrete countertops, hand-crafted cabinetry, and upscale appliances, including built-in Miele coffee maker, Dacor double oven, Asko dishwasher and Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer. Central to the room is a full-service bar with sink and ice maker. Generous slopeside decking and yard further expands the interior to the outdoors for family BBQs and hot-tubbing. A second master, bunk room, guest suite, powder room and ski room complete the main living level floor plan. A grand master suite occupies the entire upper level, with fireplace and spacious en-suite bath. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com 64

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Double Cabins Unit 7 // $890,000

Palmyra Unit 4E // $520,000

Look no further when wishing to find a lot to build a home that offers excellent ski access, views, easy walk to the Gondola, grocery store and Village Core. Families love this location as it offers ease of access to all the wonderful amenities of the Mountain Village.

Subject to short-term booking through Alpine Lodging for 90 days following closing. STEVE HILBERT | 970.729.0003 | shilbert@telluridecolorado.net STEVIE HILBERT | 619.252.3525 | steviehilbert@gmail.com

DAN HENSCHEL | 970.708.2131 | dan@danhenschel.com

Mountain Lodge Unit 2222/2224 // $510,000

Peaks Units 641, 643 & 649 // $895,000

Unique three-bedroom corner unit located just steps away from all the amenities the Mountain Lodge has to offer. Main floor includes master bedroom with fireplace and lock-off bedroom that can be rented if not needed while in residence.

Three contiguous sixth-floor units that have been combined to make one large two-bedroom, three-bath condo, with a 45-SF terrace offering great views of the San Sophia Range. Complete remodel in 2016. Multiple rental opportunities, all Peaks amenities.

MARCIN OSTROMECKI | 970.708.4119 | marcin@gotelluride.com

MARY SAMA-BROWN | 970.708.0602 | mary@mayaair.com

x Bear Creek Lodge 209 // $695,000

Lot 927R-2, Mountain Village // $995,000

This alpine getaway features three bedrooms and three bathrooms with open living spaces for everyone to gather in at the end of a long day conquering Tellurideâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s legendary slopes. Relax in front of the modern fireplace while taking in views of the Sneffels Range.

Gentle sloping trailside lot with seamless ski access via Double Cabins ski run. Extraordinary views of the San Sophia Range and ski resort. One of the last remaining true ski-in/ski-out estate lots with excellent solar exposure. Superb value for an end user.

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Lot 138 // $1,250,000 Top of the Village. Excellent building lot with 180-degree views of the Wilson, San Sophia, and Palmyra Ranges and western sunsets. Lushly vegetated with spruce and aspen with superb solar exposure. Ski-in/ski-out, and walking distance to the Village Core and Gondola. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

Condominiums at the Peaks Resort and Spa // $175,000-$400,000 Investor group close-out of inventory with special pricing. Only eight whole-ownership condominiums left. Owners of these units enjoy anytime valet parking, spa and fitness center access, ski valet, friends and family referral rates, retail ski shop and restaurant/spa discounts. 24-hour front desk and security. Incredible rental program momentum and management by Telluride Ski & Golf Resort. Ski-in/ski-out and walk to the first tee of the Telluride Golf Club; property features the largest spa in Colorado. ROBERT STENHAMMER | 970.708.7771 | robert@telluriderealestatecorp.com

x 95 Pennington Place // $795,000

Mountain Lodge Unit 4207/4209 // $525,000

If you want to feel euphoria on a daily basis, then you better purchase this acre-plus home site. This particular homesite was held back by the developer for himself for its A+ qualities. Well over 300 yards from the tee box. So, no worries there!

Newly updated three-bedroom unit at the Mountain Lodge. The main floor includes the master bedroom and an additional lock-off bedroom that can be rented out if not needed while in residence. The Mountain Lodge offers unparalleled on-site amenities.

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San Joaquin Assemblage // $5,950,000 A rare assemblage of two estate ski lots totaling 2.7 private, lushly-forested acres bordering US Forest Service land. Approved re-platting presents a unique opportunity for the creation of a compound for generations of family and friends. The upper parcel, located on-grade to the Sundance ski run, commands breathtaking views of the entire mountainous Telluride region. Located below and out of sight from the primary residence is a quaint, lodge-like residence with an exterior of native stone, vertical cedar siding and rustic Corten steel accents. Its timber frame construction envelops four bedrooms (including bunk room), four and a half baths, den/study, and country kitchen flowing to a two-story great room with dining area. A perfect landing spot to enjoy Telluride while constructing above. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

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230 San Joaquin Road // $2,695,000 Tucked in a grove of old-growth spruce and pine, the residence is quaint and lodge-like with an exterior of native stone and vertical cedar siding, with rustic Corten steel accents. Its timber frame construction envelops four bedrooms (including bunk room), four full and one-half baths, den/study, and country kitchen flowing to a two-story great room with dining area. The master suite occupies the entire upper level with en-suite bath (with steam shower and jetted tub), marble and travertine finishes, gas fireplace with stone surround and private office. Finishes include heart pine cabinetry, base and case; hand-forged steel railings; and a mix of wide-plank oak and slate flooring. A dumbwaiter with the rustic finish of Tellurideâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mining era lands in the kitchen from a two-car heated garage on the lowest level. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

Lot 1171R, Mountain Village // $1,995,000

162 San Joaquin Road // $1,399,000

Lushly-forested 1.8-acre building parcel bordering US Forest Service land, with on-grade ski access to the Sundance ski run. The lot commands views of the entire mountainous Telluride region. Preliminary site plan and sketch plans are available for a residence with five bedrooms (including a master occupying an entire wing), five bathrooms, two powder rooms, two-story great room, game room, home theater, chef â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kitchen open to dining and living rooms, and outdoor living experience on expansive decks and patio.

Log and stone construction, situated overlooking a protected common area and with spectacular views of the San Sophia Range, open floor plan, oversized decks with hot tub, just a short walk to skiing/hiking trails. Mountain Village location means owners and guests get the use of Dial-A-Ride (free shuttle service) for easy access to the Gondola and shopping without a car. Four bedrooms, four and one-half baths, oversized steam shower, 3 jacuzzi tubs and for even more privacy, or the opportunity to build a second home, the adjoining lot is being offered for $450,000.

TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

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Mountain Lodge Unit 2206/2208 // $425,000

Lot 725, Adams Ranch // $650,000

This fully-furnished corner unit is a must-see. This private condo is conveniently located across from the Main Lodge with easy ski access to the Village Bypass ski trail, no need to ride Lift 10 to return to your condo.

A true gem! A beautiful lot with 360-degree views. This lot is sunsoaked and situated near the 7th and 8th hole of the world-class Telluride Golf Course. Its location offers a quick seven-minute drive to downtown Telluride, or five minutes to the Village Core.

RUBE FELICELLI | 970.708.1406 | rube@montrose.net

BRITTANY “BEBE” HINDE | 970.708.9014 | bebehinde@gmail.com

Mountain Lodge Unit 3006/3008 // $410,000

Lot BC110RR, Mountain Village // $369,000

Location always matters, even within a complex. This two-bedroom corner unit is located in the coveted 3000 building and is rare in the fact that it shares no common walls with other units. Its corner location affords extra windows, great light, and stunning views.

Private location on Lawson Overlook surrounded by open space with a knoll-top building site and great views of the northern peaks. The asking price includes schematic design as previously approved by the Mountain Village Design Review Board.

GARRETT SIMON | 970.708.1155 | garrett@telluridecolorado.net

ALEX MARTIN | 970.729.1691 | alex@gotelluride.com

Mountain Lodge Unit 3107/3109 // $389,000

Adams Ranch Vacant Land // $195,000 - $225,000

Comfortable and quiet two-bedroom, two-bathroom corner unit at the Mountain Lodge. Enjoy hassle-free ownership in one of the truly turn-key properties in the region. Located between two ski runs and just steps away from the Gondola and the Mountain Village Market.

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See Forever Village Unit B101 // $3,235,000 One of very few corner, single-level residences with double-loaded views of the Wilson and San Sophia Ranges in the Mountain Villageâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most-sought-after location at See Forever Village. This spectacular residence is showcased by floor-to-ceiling window openings, three fireplaces (one double-sided) with steel and stone surrounds, Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, antique chestnut hardwood flooring, alder base and case and much more. The floor plan graciously includes a luxurious master suite with two additional guest suites (including bunk room) adjoining a very spacious great room and living, kitchen and dining areas. A stone, covered patio with fireplace and hot tub is a natural extension to the great room, ideal for year-round family entertainment. If managed by the Peaks Resort & Spa, all amenities and services are available to its owner and guests. Finishes are exquisite including copper sinks, Rocky Mountain hardware, granites, travertines and more. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

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$3.6M SALE PRICE $884K AVERAGE

2017

$1.1M

2018

Condo/Townhome

2017 2018

Vacant Land

2017 2018

$263K $365K

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$7.5M

$71.6M $90.3M 8

$2.1M

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$355K $417K $1.8M $456K $635K

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$5.5M

$40.6M $8.0M

62

$39.4M

89

Single-Family Home 66%

Single-Family Home 55% Vacant Land 42%

Sales by Number 2018

Sales by Dollar Volume 2018

Condo/Townhome 3% Vacant Land 30%

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The Telluride Region

has diverse areas that appeal to different types of people. The numerous mesas are about as close as one can get to living away from it all, without being away from it all. The vast expanses of sun-kissed stretches of land sit at the base of the area’s most dramatic peaks, meaning days are longer and views seem no more than an arm’s length away. Wildlife roams freely and property lines reach out to mingle among wilderness areas and national forests, suiting equestrians as well as those who love their space. Yet once in the car, all the mesas are less than 40 minutes from Telluride and Mountain Village, with certain 35-acre tracts uniquely positioned only 10 minutes away from the action. Then there are the numerous outlying towns, which boast community living that’s a little quieter than Telluride and Mountain Village. Heading south, residents actually go up in altitude to the old mining/mountain communities of Ophir, San Bernardo, Trout Lake and Rico, where neighbors live close to each other and to the mountains outside their doors. Heading north and west, residents go down to the slightly warmer and more agricultural towns of Placerville, Ridgway and Norwood, where homesteads come in all sizes and communities have social calendars all their own. And like the mesas, all the outlying communities are no more than 20 to 40 minutes from Telluride and Mountain Village.

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Sunset Ridge at Gray Head // $24,950,000 Sunset Ridge’s sense of arrival can only be described as awe-inspiring — cliff-side on a private peninsula with a breathtaking mountainous panorama. The residence’s bold, yet simplistic, linear architecture naturally draws a first-time visitor to a glass entryway door offering a first hint of the refinement of finishes and viewscape beyond. The owner and the renowned Aspen architect Bill Poss have artfully designed a residence that not only frames the view, but seemingly integrates the mountains as an intrinsic element to the structure. Overlooking a pond reflecting the mountain peaks beyond and fed by a cascading stream running beneath the master suite bridge to the pond below, the home’s finishes and appointments were painstakingly and globally sourced by the design team. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com STEVE CATSMAN | 970.729.0100 | steve@catsman.com

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The Sound of Music Ranch // $22,800,000 The Sound of Music, the perfect name for one of the westâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most scenic ranches. Conveniently located just 13 miles from Telluride and accessed via a year-round maintained county road, wildlife habitat abounds with a 200-head elk herd roaming the property. Subject to a conservation easement in favor of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, the propertyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new owner will be forever protected from insensitive development with a limit of six strategically-placed homesites on the entire property. Gently rolling topography is blanketed with mature aspen and old-growth evergreen surrounding lush meadows with high mountain grasses. Several expansive ponds provide water for resident wildlife and excellent water and ditch rights insure hundreds of acres of lowlands will remain green. Parcel BR is available individually at $9,900,000; Parcel CR at $12,900,000. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

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685 Wilson Way, Gray Head // $9,750,000 Located on 35 acres within the spectacular Gray Head Wilderness Preserve, Catmando is unsurpassed in craftsmanship and setting. Perched overlooking the Telluride Ski Resort, surrounded by the Telluride regionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s entire collection of 13,000- to 14,000foot peaks, this owner/developer historic renovation is one of a kind. The main living area consists of a pre-Civil War barn with ceilings up to 35 feet, observatory, gym, game/theatre room. The five-bedroom estateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s backyard incorporates a private resort including ponds, waterfalls, and a living/entertainment area featuring a Bhutanese-inspired bridge, fire pit, mountain palapa, multi-tiered patios and much more. The views are unmatched anywhere in America, custom finishes unrivaled, and amenities unequaled. Just to see this gem of the Rockies is a unique experience. STEVE CATSMAN | 970.729.0100 | steve@catsman.com FRANK STRACHAN | 504.616.8410 | fgarden7@gmail.com

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Gray Head 35-Acre Parcels // $1,750,000 each 35-acre lots include Gray Head amenities — 1/23rd ownership in stables, foreman’s historic cabin and office, historic clubhouse, tennis court, rec fields and more, along with access to miles of private trails. Gray Head is Telluride’s most exclusive neighborhood, with the finest homes and vistas in the area. Also includes access to in-town amenities just 20 minutes away, including valet parking and Auberge/Element 52 amenities. STEVE CATSMAN | 970.729.0100 | steve@catsman.com FRANK STRACHAN | 504.616.8410 | fgarden7@gmail.com

194 Nimbus Trail, Last Dollar Subdivision // $979,000

Lot 10, Aldasoro Ranch // $499,900

Stunning, remodeled, move-in-ready single-family home with epic Wilson sunset views, just minutes from downtown Telluride. Ideal for a local family or someone seeking a quiet second home, this twobedroom, two-bath home overlooks Keystone and the valley below.

Enjoy privacy and 360-degree views of Telluride’s famed peaks from one of Aldasoro’s best lots. This property offers a relatively flat building site, and is about as close as it gets from Aldasoro Ranch to the historic town of Telluride and Mountain Village.

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113 Joaquin Road, Aldasoro Ranch // $5,950,000 The residence’s architect, Hugh Newell Jacobsen, has a reputation for ‘’spaces that feel at once familiar and inventive.’’ The architecture of this exquisite five-bedroom home is distinguished by the sparse detail of geometric, pavilion-like forms and simple roof lines that enhance the vibrant and comfortable spaces within. Situated on nearly three acres of lushly-wooded property with end-of-the-road privacy, the residence frames views of surrounding peaks and possesses warm solar exposure. The flow of the floor plan is both inviting and intriguing, as movement to each space creates new and exciting identities. Expansive patios and decking flow seamlessly to the exterior, inviting owner and guests to outdoor living spaces. A perfect mix of both art and architecture for generations of family enjoyment. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

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213 Josefa Lane, Aldasoro Ranch // $6,200,000 Josefa Lodge is the ultimate retreat for generations of family, privately located on two estate lots comprising almost 8 acres, and including ‘’The Valet by Lumiere’’  — ski-in/ski-out access, valet parking and ski amenities situated in the Mountain Village. This is truly the best of both worlds — convenient ski access and 270-degree views with all-day sun year-round. The floor plan encompasses seven spacious bedrooms, seven baths and two powder rooms. Expansive mountainous views explode at entry through a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows, spilling sunlight upon a two-and-a-half-story great room replete with a rustic slab stone surround and see-through fireplace of equal height. The open main level floor plan flows effortlessly from the great room to dining room and a chef’s kitchen. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

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110 Bernardo Drive, Aldasoro Ranch // $3,495,000 With over 500 acres of open space north and east of the property, this home sits on over 5 acres and is located at the top of Bernardo Drive, providing total privacy, where you will enjoy 360-degree big-sky mountain views and all-day sunshine. 110 Bernardo Drive is being offered at $3.495 Million. A second opportunity for those desiring absolute privacy is available. With the approval of the Design Review Board (DRB) these unique pieces of property can be part of a gated compound, combining the existing exquisite residence on Lot 75 with 2 adjacent estate lots totaling over 15 acres for $5.2 Million. In-floor radiant heat and three gas fireplaces add to the ambience of this home. One of the elk migration paths is immediately to the east of this home, so it is not uncommon to see them grazing right outside. Artfully designed with a mixture of Douglas Fir and steel trusses, cherry floors and cabinetry, it is adorned with large windows that makes it feel like the outdoors is coming into the house. Outdoor landscaping completes this idyllic package, with a water feature whose sound soothes your soul. MARY SAMA-BROWN | 970.708.0602 | mary@mayaair.com TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com 86

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120 Aldasoro Road, Aldasoro Ranch // $4,155,000 This elegant rustic home was designed to maximize views of the San Juan peaks. Perched above Telluride on a 4.75-acre parcel and bordering on open space, the home is secluded but still convenient to restaurants, shopping, and the ski area (14 minutes to gondola parking, 10 minutes to downtown Telluride). The home has six bedrooms (two configured as an office and a gym), five full bathrooms, two half-bathrooms, a home theater with an 8-foot screen and 7.1 surround sound, a wine cellar, a three-car heated garage with plumbing and cabinets, a snow-melt system for the auto court, a large unfinished space, and a separate lockable one-bedroom apartment with kitchen. Experience luxury in a home designed to harmonize with its surroundings and maximize your enjoyment of mountain living. STEVE CATSMAN | 970.729.0100 | steve@catsman.com FRANK STRACHAN | 504.616.8410 | fgarden7@gmail.com

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259 Elk Park Road, Ski Ranches // $1,595,000 A must-see family home nestled in the aspens, this four-bedroom southwest-style home features high-level finishes throughout, including hardwood floors, granite countertops, custom alder cabinetry, a formal dining room, and two wood-burning kiva-style fireplaces, one inside and one out. Outdoor living is at a premium, with great views from extensive decks and patios featuring built-in BBQ, TV, stereo, refrigerator and builtin seating. Three-car garage with shop, custom home office with built-ins, mature landscaping, hot tub. Furniture negotiable. STEVE HILBERT | 970.729.0003 | shilbert@telluridecolorado.net

449 Wapiti Road, Ski Ranches // $440,000

TBD Quakey Lane, Ski Ranches // $275,000

Great opportunity to own and build on a choice Ski Ranches lot that consists of 1.5 gently sloping acres which abut open space. Lot 37 offers great views to the San Sophia Range, natural sunlight and easy access in and out of the Ski Ranches.

In acreage, this 2+-acre lot located on Quakey Lane is in the top 33% of the 206 properties in Ski Ranches that are over 2 acres in size. This is a property with privacy and great views. The ideal location for the homesite is about 100 feet near the top of the vacant lot.

DAN HENSCHEL | 970.708.2131 | dan@danhenschel.com

900 Aurum Street, Ophir // $770,500

212 Granite Avenue, Ophir // $485,000

Beautiful home located on a sunny corner lot in East Ophir. Ski, hike, climb, bike or go Jeeping right out the front door here. This is a Colorado outdoors dream home. Three bedrooms, two baths with potential for fourth bedroom and bath or a separate apartment.

Enjoy alpine paradise year-round with this renovated two-bedroom, one-bath chalet. A flex room and basement storage were added to the beautiful historic minerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cabin. The large south-facing sun room opens onto an expansive new wood deck and breathtaking views.

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West Meadows Lot 14 // $4,250,000 This is a one-of-a-kind 35-acre parcel in the exclusive West Meadows community located directly across from the Telluride Mountain Village entrance. The property offers one of the most spectacular building sites in the region, with ample space for a guest house and barn, and is ideally situated adjacent to the West Meadows open space acreage. This is without question the finest equestrian real estate parcel in the area with proximity to the Mountain Village and the Historic Town of Telluride. ALEX MARTIN | 970.729.1691 | alex@gotelluride.com MARCIN OSTROMECKI | 970.708.4119 | marcin@gotelluride.com JON DWIGHT | 970.708.0691 | jon@gotelluride.com

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1700 Trout Lake Road North // $17,500,000 A truly rare and unique offering in the Telluride region and throughout the entire U.S. This very private property is extraordinary beyond description. It’s a National Park-like setting just 20 minutes from Telluride, including a dramatic western valley with a meandering river flowing through it. National Forest Service land and 13,000-foot peaks surround this 153 acres. There are two 100-foot waterfalls and one 200-foot waterfall near the boundary. The property includes an 8,000-square-foot log home, garage, equipment barn, greenhouse and caretaker’s apartment. The property includes three additional stunning homesites well located on the property. This is an outdoor recreational paradise, with mountain biking trails, hiking trails, private trout stream, horseback riding, Nordic skiing, back-country skiing, snowshoeing and ice climbing. A number of major movies and commercials have been filmed on this property including Quentin Tarantino’s film, The Hateful Eight and the Coen Brothers film, The Ballard of Buster Scruggs with Liam Neeson. Also a Montblanc™ watch commercial with Hugh Jackman in the past year and many other photo shoots involving national brands such as Calvin Klein©, GoPro, Eddie Bauer© and Marlboro. PETER LOOMIS | 970.708.9562 | peterwloomis@aol.com @TRECTelluride TREC Collection 2019 listings Regional.indd 20

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8210 Highway 145 // $4,950,000 Situated on an exclusive 29-acre parcel just outside of Telluride, Turkey Creek Ranch is a rare and unique horse property. Designed by Aspen-based architect Michael Fuller and located in the Raspberry Patch subdivision, this six-bedroom, three full and one half-bath, 7,210-SF gated compound enjoys 360-degree views of some of the most beautiful 14,000-foot peaks in the area, and is only one mile from Mountain Village and minutes from downtown Telluride. Water flows throughout the property via natural springs and pristine mountain creeks, all highlighted by a large stocked trout pond. Horse and hiking trails, and meadows, extend from the property into the National Forest and to the best of the San Juan Mountains. STEVE CATSMAN | 970.729.0100 | steve@catsman.com FRANK STRACHAN | 504.616.8410 | fgarden7@gmail.com

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8051 Preserve Drive // $2,050,000 Nestled within a climax aspen forest at The Preserve, this extraordinary 14+-acre offering is the epitome of privacy and convenience, with spectacular uninterrupted views of the 14,000-foot peaks of the Wilson Range and perfect southwest solar exposure. Perched 800 feet above the floor of Ilium Valley and bordered by National Forest to its west, The Preserve is a peaceful paradise a short ten-minute drive from the culture and convenience of the historic Town of Telluride and five minutes from the Telluride Ski Resort and Mountain Village amenities; a gateway to an array of summer and winter activities. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

65 Canyon View Circle, Ski Ranches // $2,299,000 Completely remodeled in 2015, 65 Canyon View Circle resets the bar for the Ski Ranches in Telluride. The home is current in every way, with high-quality finishes throughout, and nestled amongst towering aspen in a quiet and private cul de sac with outstanding views from every room. The property is a truly exceptional value in todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s market and a must-see for all buyers with an eye for quality and detailed craftsmanship. STEVE HILBERT | 970.729.0003 | shilbert@telluridecolorado.net STEVIE HILBERT | 619.252.3525 | steviehilbert@gmail.com

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14 South Glasgow Avenue, Rico // $499,000

137 North River Street, Rico // $599,000

One of Rico’s most iconic Main Street buildings, the Rico Mercantile was built in 1890 and served as the town’s main general store for many years. Located in the center of town and surrounded by beautiful mountains, this is a chance to own a piece of history.

The four-bedroom Rico River Ranch, located in the heart of the Town of Rico, is walking distance to downtown amenities and abundant nature trails. Located riverside and end of the road on one the southwest’s best kept secrets for fly fishing — The Dolores River.

FRANK STRACHAN | 504.616.8410 | fgarden7@gmail.com

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235 South Glasgow Avenue, Rico // $525,000

314 North Piedmont Street, Rico // $85,000

The Mountain Top Market, Liquor Store and Gas Station is now for sale. This is a great opportunity to purchase a successful business in Rico. The only gas station and convenience store within 28 miles, the Mountain Top Market gets ample traffic from Highway 145.

With great views of Dolores Peak and Telescope Mountain, this fourlot offering on Piedmont is a great opportunity for a single-family home and has potential for a multi-family unit. The property sits overlooking the Dolores River and has easy access to Highway 145.

FRANK STRACHAN | 504.616.8410 | fgarden7@gmail.com

FRANK STRACHAN | 504.616.8410 | fgarden7@gmail.com

302 East Mantz Avenue, Rico // $225,000

Vacant Development Lots, Rico // $148,000-$158,000

Great development opportunity! These 9 lots are in one of the best locations on the east side of town, just at the end of historic Mantz Avenue. These lots begin the slow grade uphill from town and offer the best views of the Rico skyline and surrounding mountains.

Rico is offering a number of lot options and these are some of the best. From great residential lots to viable commercial opportunities, there is no better time to search and invest in Rico. Call us today for a tour of one of the area’s hottest markets.

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TBD Highway 145, Rico // $698,000

25 South Silver Street, Rico // $469,000

This is a rare opportunity to own one of the largest and most beautiful Dolores Riverfront properties within the town limits of Rico. Almost the entire 9.35 acres runs along the river and is zoned commercial and residential, accessed directly from Highway 145.

This large three-bedroom, four-bath home is beautifully renovated and enjoys great privacy on four town lots. With a separate guest cabin, this large property offers lots of space. Great views to the south and west will greet you on the wrap-around porch.

FRANK STRACHAN | 504.616.8410 | fgarden7@gmail.com

FRANK STRACHAN | 504.616.8410 | fgarden7@gmail.com

TBD South Commercial Street, Rico // $58,000

24301 Road 37, Dolores // $319,000

This is a great opportunity to buy a total of seven Rico town lots and build on an overlook in the trees. Situated on the south side of town, this parcel gets great solar gain and is elevated above town. Lots of options with this great value.

This is a rare opportunity to own property along the banks of the Dolores River. This 23.5-acre parcel ten miles north of Dolores has a beautiful river meadow and flat building site. Enjoy year-round access and amazing summer activities such as hiking and fishing.

FRANK STRACHAN | 504.616.8410 | fgarden7@gmail.com

FRANK STRACHAN | 504.616.8410 | fgarden7@gmail.com

13080 27.6 Road, Dolores // $1,450,000 This five-acre solar-, wind- and underground-powered estate is within a 15-minute drive to all southwestern Colorado has to offer — Mesa Verde National Park, BLM, McPhee Reservoir, Phil’s World (mountain biking mecca), the City of Cortez (offering shopping, restaurants and Ute Mountain Casino and Resort), and the Town of Dolores — offering some of the best hunting units in the state, world-class fly fishing on the Dolores and the West Fork of the Dolores Rivers. Located an hour south of Telluride, this six-bedroom property is ideal for a sportsman’s lodge or corporate retreat. BEN JACKSON | 970.708.1495 | bkjack@rmi.net 96

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280 Sage Grouse North // $5,295,000 Eagle Ridge’s sense of arrival can only be described as idyllic — sitting on the edge of an escarpment in a lush mountain meadow, the residence is surrounded by aspen and towering Ponderosa pine. Its dry stack stone, vertical cedar siding and expansive glass complement the clean architectural lines that blend perfectly with its mountain environment. Arguably, the residence commands one of the most dramatic viewscapes in the Rocky Mountain West. Its towering glass entry door perfectly frames Mount Sneffels and provides a hint of the views beyond — five 14,000-foot peaks, fifteen 13,000-foot peaks and ten 12,000-foot peaks. Separate from the main residence is a ‘’toy garage’’ with caretaker apartment above. SCOT JONES | 303.881.0751 | scotajones@hotmail.com TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

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Snow Drift Ranch // $12,500,000 Own the top of Dallas Divide! Colorado Life Magazine (October 2016) named Snow Drift Ranch on Dallas Divide as the number one location in the entire state of Colorado to view autumn colors. This 10,000+-SF trophy homestead retreat with the highestquality features sits on 138 acres overlooking Ralph Laurenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s famous Double RL Ranch and the Sneffels and Cimarron mountain ranges. The overall property is made up of four separate lots, including the main home complex. Two of the 35-acre lots can be built on in the future with extremely amazing views. Huge workshop and attached 38-foot RV bay plus two two-car garages. Two generators and four solar panels trickle-charge two battery banks, with two inverters and DC lighting back-up. Enjoy incredible private elk and deer hunting. Perfect for a family or corporate retreat. ROBERT STENHAMMER | 970.708.7771 | robert@telluriderealestatecorp.com

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San Juan Ranch Lot 2B // $399,000

Wilson Mesa Ranch Lot A3 // $799,000

Huge views and privacy from the protected homesite. 29 miles from Telluride with easy year-round access. Plenty of room with 68 acres, in the exclusive gated community in San Juan Ranch. Driveway is in with underground power and phone to the homesite.

Pure Colorado describes this 35.1-acre hilltop parcel on Wilson Mesa, with Wilson Peak as a main backdrop. A large flat meadow and building site is surrounded by 360-degree views.

STEVE PATTERSON | 970.708.1675 | stiff@telluridecolorado.net

FRANK STRACHAN | 504.616.8410 | fgarden7@gmail.com STEVE CATSMAN | 970.729.0100 | steve@catsman.com

McKenzie Springs Ranch Lot 7B // $195,900

San Juan Vista Lot 55 // $120,000

This is one of the best mesa lots currently on the market. This lot is priced to sell! 600â&#x20AC;&#x2122; well in place with adequate production for a house. 35.13 acres with a level, private building site and utilities to the lot line. Good tree coverage and some mountain views.

Situated in the peaceful San Juan Vista neighborhood, this 5-acre lot is the ideal place to build a mountain retreat. Tucked in an aspen grove, this lot affords ample privacy while providing spectacular views and easy access to an abundance of outdoor recreation.

KIPLYNN SMITH | 970.729.1759 | kiplynnsmith@gmail.com

MARCIN OSTROMECKI | 970.708.4119 | marcin@gotelluride.com

1755 West Anderson Road, Wilson Mesa // $575,000

TBD Summit Drive, Wilson Mesa // $778,000

A 7-acre parcel that lives much larger with a one-bed/one-bath residence atop a two-car garage, a robust aspen grove and 360-degree views of the iconic peaks and mini-ranges in the region. Fronted by 10 acres of open space and 600+ acres of public lands.

This amazing 49 acres on Wilson Mesa has lots of character â&#x20AC;&#x201D; open meadows and big views to the beautiful Elk Creek Valley, along with seasonal flowing water. Enjoy peaceful aspen groves coupled with evergreens such as spruce and fir trees.

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825 High Bluff Drive // $975,000

Top of the World, Lot G // $299,000

Fantastic ranch property on 85.95 acres just 40 minutes from the Town of Telluride. The log home has 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths and 3,227 SF. Enjoy the newly-renovated deck with 360-degree views overlooking vast meadows with great Lone Cone and Wilson views.

Featuring expansive vistas across Specie Mesa, with Little Cone, Dolores Peak and the Sneffels Range as a backdrop, this 52.5-acre parcel represents a terrific opportunity for the person that desires an ideal building site that is ready to be improved..

KIPLYNN SMITH | 970.729.1759 | kiplynnsmith@gmail.com

MARK & TERRIE DOLLARD | 970.708.0854 | dollard@markdollard.com

Lot 13, Old Elam Ranch // $230,000

Little Cone Ranch, Lot 3 // $379,000

One of the best view lots in Old Elam Ranch, this scenic parcel offers a level building site with 360-degree views of three different mountain ranges. The property is located just 30 minutes from Telluride on Hastings Mesa on well-maintained roads.

Quick access, adjacent to huge open space tract. Towering aspens abound. New driveway being pioneered to homesite area makes viewing a breeze. Wilsons are dramatically positioned. Great sun too! Few lots offer such a dramatic yet private building site.

ALEX MARTIN | 970.729.1691 | alex@gotelluride.com

TOBIN BROWN | 970.729.0456 | tobinbrown5@gmail.com

Little Cone Ranch, Lot 13 // $435,000

Lot 14, Wilson Mesa Ranch // $699,000

Arguably the finest stand-alone 35-acre tract in the subdivision. Set away from other impacts on the northern edge of the ranch. Private driveway leads one up a gentle grade to a dramatic yet protected bench for the homesite. Mature mix of aspen and fir.

A magical piece of property that is imbued with history. The contour of the 13.5 acres, only 15 miles from Telluride, creates one of the most stunning vistas of the Wilson Range from its private front-row location. Use the guest house while you build the main residence.

TOBIN BROWN | 970.729.0456 | tobinbrown5@gmail.com

MARK & TERRIE DOLLARD | 970.708.0854 | dollard@markdollard.com

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Mystic Valley Ranch // $3,800,000 A 318-acre spectacular alpine valley, surrounded by United States Forest Service on three sides, offers its owner end-of-the-road privacy amongst abundant populations of elk, deer, bear and soaring bald eagles. Three miles of roads, underground power and well render the property ready to build a mountain hideaway or family compound. In addition, 2.5 cubic feet of water will be conveyed with the ranch. Located just 15 miles from Telluride and 13 miles from the Telluride airport, Mystic Valley is close to everything, but with a feel of absolute serenity and privacy, enhanced by a private gated entry. One-hundred-eighty-degree views of the Wilson Peaks, Lizard Head, Lone Cone and the Telluride Box Canyon are captured from the property. Vegetation includes a lush mix of aspen, spruce and high mountain meadows. A conservation easement protects this sanctuary by limiting building to three homes. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com BJ â&#x20AC;&#x153;CHIPâ&#x20AC;? LENIHAN | 970.708.9021 | chiplenihan@gmail.com

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2860 McKenzie Springs Road // $1,995,000 Elk Meadows Ranch — over 90 usable acres full of trees and lush horse pasture with seasonal stream. Plans to build a new contemporary main home shall be included in the sale. The home will have unbelievable views of three surrounding mountain ranges. Watch herds of elk, cattle, bear, deer, bobcats, etc. Access to the Uncompahgre National Forest. Horse barn, three-vehicle garage and storage shed and corral. GARRETT SIMON | 970.708.1155 | garrett@telluridecolorado.net JIM NERLIN | 970.729.1444 | jim@jnerlin.com

143A Stock Road // $1,395,000 River aficionados’ dream location, directly on the San Miguel River on the ‘’premier’’ side. This amazing parcel is situated on the south side of the San Miguel River, accessed by a private bridge that is already installed. Wooded and flat with walk-up access to the San Miguel River. Also, access to National Forest/BLM via Slaughterhouse Gulch. Secluded-feeling, yet only a 5-minute drive to the MM Mercantile & Dead Drift Fly Shop in Placerville for provisions and all of your fly-fishing needs! BEN JACKSON | 970.708.1495 | bkjack@rmi.net ALEX SMITH | 970.729.2231 | ajsmith@tdsmith.com

747 County Road V44, Norwood // $1,100,000 This beautiful ranch includes 162.5 acres and borders National Forest. Located five miles from the town of Norwood, the property boasts mature trees, a small canyon, a seasonal spring and a yearround creek. Perfect for a family enclave, retreat center, hunting lodge or camp. The custom-built main house is 3,947 SF with four bedrooms and three baths. The guest house is 2,224 SF with two bedrooms and two baths. There’s a rustic cabin and summer glamping bedroom, both with electricity and without running water, plus seven teepees for a total of 6,171 SF, six bedrooms and five full baths. The enormous 1,200-SF deck enjoys south- and eastfacing sun with an outside hot tub and a large greenhouse atrium. PETER LOOMIS | 970.708.9562 | peterwloomis@aol.com

6670 McKenzie Springs Road // $1,500,000 Approximately 170 acres of lush meadow, aspen and ponderosa pine with deeded easement access to the US Forest Service. End-of-the-road privacy, excellent elk and deer hunting with two ponds, six-stall stable and guest house. Ideal equestrian terrain with high-producing well. Views of North Pole Peak and surrounding mountain range. Not a part of the McKenzie Springs HOA, but shares in the road maintenance agreement. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com

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450 South Point Road // $1,200,000 A place of absolute tranquility. This custom-built private residence sits on over 35 acres on one of the most coveted areas of Specie Mesa. With tasteful touches of rustic charm, the Eagle’s Nest Ranch is created for living and entertaining. Details include 100-year-old Douglas Fir beams, metal work, halogen lighting, solid barn wood doors, and more. The property includes four bedrooms, a loft and two bathrooms. Large wrap-around deck offers ample room to appreciate the outdoors while you grill and enjoy the hot tub. Third-floor observatory provides 360-degree views, and is perfect for stargazing and yoga. Very private parcel overlooking the entire Specie Valley including great views of the Wilson Range, Dolores Peak, and the La Sal Range in Utah. MARC SILBERGELD | 970.708.0703 | silb@telluriderealestatecorp.com

Stallion Ranch // $1,050,000 Stallion Ranch has already been surveyed and subdivided into four 35+-acre parcels available for future development or a conservation easement. It is located at the entrance to the Peninsula on Specie Mesa with sweeping views of the Wilsons, Little Cone and the San Juan Mountains. Two wells are in, one supplying the Western-style two-bedroom cabin, and the other attached to a windmill filling a small pond in front of the home. TD SMITH | 970.729.1577 | td@tdsmith.com CHRIS SOMMERS | 970.729.2480 | chris@chrissommers.com BJ “CHIP” LENIHAN | 970.708.9021 | chiplenihan@gmail.com

TBD County Road 1, Ridgway // $550,000

455 Black Bear Trail, Ridgway // $248,000

Pioneer’s Ranch — this rare assemblage of 80 acres is minutes to the Divide Ranch & Club and the Cornerstone Golf Club. This ranch is relatively flat with some gentle slopes. The homesite is situated a short drive into the property, with 280-degree views.

The only lot in Spruce Mountain Ranch with a well! Located on the far northeastern corner, this parcel has gently rolling hills, high mountain grasses, aspens and cedars. Seclusion and solitude at its best. With abundant wildlife, this would be any hunter’s dream.

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TBD County Road 20A, Ouray // $125,000

TBD County Road 20, Ouray // $350,000

At and above timberline, on the high slopes of the eastern flank of Red Mountain No. 1, this 37-acre parcel is comprised of six patented mining claims. Collectively, they have been referred to as Pittsburg, or Uncle Sam. Property sits near head of Gray Copper Gulch.

104-acre parcel on the south side of Brown Mountain. Stunning vistas and old-growth aspen characterize this unique opportunity. Where else in America do you get such a unique view of a red mountain? Historic structures create a touchstone to the past.

MARK & TERRIE DOLLARD | 970.708.0854 | dollard@markdollard.com

MARK & TERRIE DOLLARD | 970.708.0854 | dollard@markdollard.com

23 Cougar Trail, Ridgway // $45,000

478 South Badger Trail, Ridgway // $45,000

Prime lot on Hole 9 at Divide Ranch & Club with great views of the Cimarron Range and Mt. Sneffels. Conveniently located near the clubhouse where you can enjoy their great restaurant and libations. Zoned for up to four dwellings. Great old-growth pine and a flat site.

Prime lot at the end of Hole 1 at Divide Ranch & Club with views of the Cimarron Range. This lot is zoned for up to three dwellings. Great old-growth ponderosa pine and a flat site make this lot A+ in the Fairway Pines Estates subdivision.

KIPLYNN SMITH | 970.729.1759 | kiplynnsmith@gmail.com

KIPLYNN SMITH | 970.729.1759 | kiplynnsmith@gmail.com

Lot 4, Elk Meadows, Ridgway // $55,000

225 Oak Road, Ridgway // $169,500

Located in the Elk Meadows neighborhood just above Ridgway, this peaceful enclave is just minutes from all the amenities town has to offer. Gently sloping, Lot 4 is perfectly positioned to take advantage of commanding views of Mt. Sneffels.

Build your dream home just 15 minutes from Ridgway and less than one hour from Telluride, Ouray, and Montrose on this 5.1-acre Loghill Village lot with sweeping views of the Cimarron and Sneffels Ranges and distant views of lovely Ridgway Reservoir below.

MARCIN OSTROMECKI | 970.708.4119 | marcin@gotelluride.com

JESSICA SIMON | 970.708.1156 | telluridejess@gmail.com

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210 Hummingbird Trail, Ridgway // $2,275,000 Set upon Log Hill Mesa and adjacent to the 12th green at the Divide Ranch & Club, this gracious family home offers sweeping views of the Cimarron peaks. Massive timber doors provide an impressive entrance into this meticulously-handcrafted home that features an open floor plan with a beautifully-appointed gourmet kitchen, formal dining, and spectacular great room, complete with wood-burning fireplace. Oversized windows and multiple outdoor living spaces combine to create a breathtaking setting for family gatherings or entertaining guests. And when you’re ready to move the celebration inside, an equally impressive lower level offers a game room that includes a full bar, wine cellar, home theater and billiards table. You’ll also find a separate fitness center, spa and an outdoor hot tub. This home is truly in a class by itself for the Ridgway market. ALEX MARTIN | 970.729.1691 | alex@gotelluride.com MARCIN OSTROMECKI | 970.708.4119 | marcin@gotelluride.com JON DWIGHT | 970.708.0691 | jon@gotelluride.com

604 Sabeta Drive, Ridgway // $1,425,000

109 Pronghorn Lane, Ridgway // $1,099,000

Beautiful custom-built high-efficiency home on the south side of the highly desirable Solar Ranches. The home is just under 4,500 SF with an attached, oversized two-car garage and a separate space that could be used as a workout room or art/yoga/meditation studio. This home sits on over an acre of land and backs up to open space and ranch land preserving the huge views of the Ouray Valley. Breathtaking views from the private back patio accented by a custom pergola with built-in bench seating surrounding a fire pit for cooler evenings.

This three-bedroom, three-bath, single-level home within the Divide Ranch has been exquisitely maintained and is being offered furnished and move-in ready. An entertainer’s dream on 1.009 acres, you’ll want to spend hours in the yard with its giant putting green, massive stone patio and fireplace, hot tub, and a gently babbling recirculating stream. Inside, the home has a wonderful open floor plan with a gourmet kitchen, wet bar, large windows, plaster walls, a spacious master suite, ample closets, gas fireplace, and a three-car garage.

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5109 County Road M44, Placerville // $1,995,000 Old European barn house with modern amenities and open floor plan creates an equestrian paradise. This three-bedroom, two and one half-bath, 4,100+-SF horse loverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s home was built with great thought into every detail, from old railroad trusses from Commerce City used as beams, to antique light fixtures, sinks and tubs from the late 1800s. Two large iron doors that close off the residential area were salvaged from the old Cooper Building in Denver. The residential space allows for great sunlight, warmth and incredible views throughout. For guests or ranch hands, a one-bedroom, one-bath, 806-SF guest home sits below the main residence. The 76-acre parcel has a year-round stream meandering through the valley and multiple fenced pastures. KIPLYNN SMITH | 970.729.1759 | kiplynnsmith@gmail.com JIM NERLIN | 970.729.1444 | jim@jnerlin.com

2045 West Anderson Road, Wilson Mesa Ranch // $2,495,000 Standing like a sentinel, this classic log home commands the high point above vast acreage of bordering state lands, backdropped by unsurpassed mountain vistas. The home features a total of four bedrooms, including two master suites with one on the main/ground level, and three and a half bathrooms. The great room features white oak wood floors, a stone-framed wood-burning fireplace, vaulted ceilings and double-story windows framing some very enviable views of the Wilson Range and more. Located a leisurely 25-minute drive from Historic Telluride on well-maintained roads. The included second lot has an approved building site with a paid water tap. MARK DOLLARD | 970.708.0854 | dollard@markdollard.com TERRIE DOLLARD | 970.708.1540 | terrie@markdollard.com

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5768 Highway 65 // $3,999,000 Just moments from Powderhorn Ski Resort, this property will entertain your every need with over 200 acres, a 6,700-SF main house, an 1,100-SF caretaker or guest house, a BBQ house/entertainment room and much more. The main house, boasting baroque dĂŠcor, offers tantalizing views of Powerhorn Ski Resort with an accommodating floorplan. The main level offers a large open area with casual and formal dining, gourmet kitchen, and living and sitting areas. Special features include a media room, radiant in-floor heat, tankless water heater, surround sound, sauna, hydraulic elevator, two fireplaces, wine room and concrete vault, patios on every level, ICF construction, two ponds, active stream, water rights, and so much more. FRANK STRACHAN | 504.616.8410 | fgarden7@gmail.com STEVE CATSMAN | 970.729.0100 | steve@catsman.com

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TBD County Road 8 & 8A, Silverton // $450,000-$1,445,000 This amazing high-country property is one of the largest land holdings ever offered for sale in San Juan County, Colorado, and is now offered in multiple parcels. The south half is 105.98 acres and is offered for $450,000 and the north half for $995,000, or the entire property for $1,445,000. This exceptional portfolio of 27 parcels is extraordinary with its views, alpine lake, waterfalls, multiple creeks, numerous building sites, mountain peaks, valley floor, wildflower meadows, aspen trees, and pine forest. Located just 1.7 miles off the scenic Million Dollar Highway (US Highway 550), along a (seasonal) county road, this location affords quick access to both Ophir and Silverton. As an added bonus, Seller is including all mineral rights with the 256 acres of fee simple land. Ultimate privacy is achieved by being surrounded by 1.8 million acres of the San Juan National Forest. This special asset type is often passed down from generation to generation and never offered for public purchase. Whether youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re looking for an adventure basecamp, a hunting lodge, private extreme sports playground, or environmental conservation, this unique portfolio of land has an appeal to all ages and demographics. Private tours, historical documentation from early 1900s, updated surveys, and much more information is available upon request to the well-qualified and serious buyer. FRANK STRACHAN | 504.616.8410 | fgarden7@gmail.com STEVE CATSMAN | 970.729.0100 | steve@catsman.com

TBD County Road 14, Silverton // $50,000 Nice parcel in San Juan County with good trees but more characterized by big views of the San Juan Range. Easy access to the Million Dollar Highway. Familiarly called the Robert S. Jr. Lode. Call agent for property information packet and driving directions. MARK & TERRIE DOLLARD | 970.708.0854 | dollard@markdollard.com

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MANAGING DIRECTORS

TD Smith

970.729.1577 td@tdsmith.com tdsmith.com A business degree from Purdue University in hand, TD landed in Telluride in 1971 and a year later, the beginning of his career in real estate collided with the birth of the Telluride Ski resort. TD’s family includes wife Page, a local interior designer, and son Alex, who is on TD’s team. His first sales were mining shacks and vacant land, a far cry from the upscale multi-million dollar properties he brokers today. TD founded Telluride Real Estate Corp. as a subsidiary of the Ski Company and participated in the planning, approval and marketing of the Mountain Village. He has served as director on numerous local boards including Mountain Village Metro District, President of the Telluride Association of Realtors, and Telluride Alpine Race Team. His honors include the Telluride Association of Realtors Lifetime Achievement Award in 2007, acknowledging his long-term and gracious commitment to his career and community. TD’s team includes Chris Sommers, Alex Smith and Hall of Fame Ski Member, Johnnie Stevens.

Steve Catsman

970.729.0100 steve@catsman.com catsman.com Steve arrived from Aspen in 1972 after graduating from Michigan State University, in time to build Telluride’s first ski lifts and become one of Telluride’s first investors. His family includes wife Terry (of 48 years) two Tellurideraised sons, Werner and Gardy, and four grandchildren. In 1981, Steve was one of the two founding brokers of TREC; he also founded and developed Lawson Hill, Telluride’s first locals’ housing community (and first private recipient of Colorado’s Governor’s Award for Outstanding Development). Steve went on to develop and market Adams Ranch, Hood Park and the exclusive Gray Head Wilderness Enclave. Also developed under Steve’s direction were Element 52 and Townhomes on the Creek. Steve is a founding member of the Telluride Foundation and benefactor of Telluride’s Ski Patrol. In his free time he is an avid mountaineer, skier, sailor and fly-fisherman. Steve’s team includes Frank Strachan and Sandy Sucharski.

Jon Dwight

970.708.0691 jon@gotelluride.com gotelluride.com Jon’s hometown is Aspen, CO. He is a 1989 graduate of the University of Colorado. Jon’s family includes wife Martha and five great kids, Alex, Max, Wyatt, Lauren and Gavin. Jon has been a licensed commercial/residential real estate broker since 1991 with a diverse background in construction and real estate development. He joined Telluride Real Estate Corp. in 2002 and has specialized in representing projects such as Bear Creek Lodge, Sunnyside Ranch, Cornerstone, Brown Dog Ranch, as well as servicing a select group of highly valued clients. Jon currently serves as Chairman of the Board of the Telluride Regional Airport Authority and is past Member of the Board (Residential Seat) of the Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association. Jon loves flying airplanes, skiing, hiking, mountain biking and traveling anywhere in the world. Jon’s team includes Alex Martin and Marcin Ostromecki.

Steve Hilbert

970.729.0003 shilbert@telluridecolorado.net telluridesbestrealestate.com Steve grew up in Colorado Springs, CO. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame, where he played varsity football, and served in the Peace Corps in Honduras. He has been licensed as a real estate broker with TREC since 1983. This former captain of the Notre Dame ski team brought his teammates to Telluride for training and made the decision to move to town. Steve’s family includes wife Kristine, and three children: oldest son Stevie, who has joined the team at TREC to form a new partnership, Hilbert Homes; Samantha, whose husband Charlie has provided two grandsons; and Christian, 18, who is a senior at Telluride High School. Steve was a member of the first Mountain Village Town Council, served on the Mountain Village Design Review Board, was a Telluride Ski & Snowboard Club past president, and served as Past President of the Telluride Ski Ranches HOA. Steve’s real estate practice is extremely client-focused and he takes great pride in ensuring they achieve their goals. Steve is a skier, motorcyclist, mountain biker, pilot and all-around outdoor enthusiast, and especially enjoys sharing all these activities with family and friends.

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VICE PRESIDENTS

Tobin Brown

970.729.0456 tobinbrown5@gmail.com Toby’s hometown is Old Greenwich, CT. He is a graduate of New York’s Hamilton College and began his career in advertising in Manhattan with Ogilvy, Mather and Grey. He moved to Telluride in 1989. Toby’s family includes wife Anne and sons Sandy and Robert. Toby has worked exclusively with TREC since entering the real estate industry in 1990. He has watched Mountain Village develop from a handful of buildings to the successful and vibrant community it is today. He is very busy as Vice Chair of Telluride’s Planning and Zoning Commission and has served on many boards such as Telluride Mountain School, Telluride R-1 School Board and San Miguel County Recreation Board. Toby enjoys all sports, particularly skiing, golfing, mountain biking and hiking. He spins tunes as a KOTO-FM volunteer DJ on Thursday mornings.

Dan Henschel

970.708.2131 dan@danhenschel.com danhenschel.com Dan grew-up skiing the hills of Wisconsin, and after graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, moved directly to Telluride. Dan has been with TREC since 1997 and a Vice President since 2007. He was recognized as TREC’s 2016 Broker of the Year, TREC’s 2017 Listing Specialist and 2017 Christie’s International Real Estate Luxury Specialist. Dan is active in the Telluride community, serving as President of the One to One child mentoring program, as chairman of the Ski Ranches Design Review Committee and as a member of the Ski Ranches HOA Board. His real estate career has paid off in spades, allowing him to realize the ultimate dream of raising a Colorado mountain town family. With his wife, Erika, he is raising two wonderful children, Eva and Leif, in the home they designed and built in the Ski Ranches. As Dan tells it, “Honestly, I couldn’t have scripted a better story. My wife and I have a storybook marriage and our children have a sincere love for the mountains, nature and family.”

Jim Nerlin

970.729.1444 jim@jnerlin.com jnerlin.com Jim’s hometown is Fromberg, MT. His family includes wife Peggy, three children, Heather, Todd and Bo, four wonderful grandchildren, two horses, one dog and one barn cat. Jim has been a full-time real estate broker in Colorado for over 30 years. He specializes in resort, recreational and ranch properties and has spent many years in the saddle exploring the land he represents and sells. Jim has made several contributions throughout his career including the Colorado Realtors’ Land Institute Realtor of the Year (2010) and Treasurer, Telluride Association of Realtors Lifetime Achievement Award (2010), Realtor of the Year (1996, 2000) and past president (two years), Elks Lodge member, property rights advocate, Vietnam veteran and treasurer of the Telluride Adaptive Sports Program. His favorite pastime is riding horses in the high country with family and friends.

Steve Patterson

970.708.1675 stiff@telluridecolorado.net telluridemountainrealestate.com Steve has called Telluride home since 1973 after receiving an Accounting degree from Bucknell University. In 1975 he met his wife Jenny. Their family includes three cats and Bentley the bulldog. After fifteen years elected as treasurer, Steve has been chosen as President Elect of the Telluride Association of Realtors. When it comes to real estate, Steve goes the extra mile and then some with a goal to give the best personal service in the business. He has served as Chair of Streets, Parking and Transportation and Telluride Town Council Mayor pro-tem in the late 70s and throughout the 80s. Public service is a family affair for the Pattersons. Jenny is Past President of the Telluride School Board and was term limited. She was Chair of the Regional Transit Advisory Group, and just completed four years on the Telluride Town Council. In his free time you can find Steve skiing, snowboarding, hiking, dirt biking, fishing and flying radio control sailplanes. Steve’s team includes Peter Loomis.

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BROKER ASSOCIATES

Will Blount

970.275.9689 wewblount@gmail.com Will’s hometown is Montgomery, Alabama. After receiving his degree from Birmingham-Southern College in 1992, Colorado was calling. After college, Will attended the Midsummer Music Festival in Telluride and fell instantly in love with the San Juan Mountains. During an 8-year stint in Vail, Will met his future wife Jessica, a Telluride native, at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival. Will and Jessica were married in 2001 and now have three amazing, fun and energetic boys — Owen (12), Baker (9) and Grady (6). In 2006, after earning his real estate license, Will and his family moved to Telluride, where he began his real estate career. Will enjoys skiing, hiking, fly fishing, coaching his boys in hockey, camping with the family and attending music festivals.

Rube Felicelli

970.708.1406 rube@montrose.net Rube’s hometown is Brooklyn, NY. He is a graduate of Wheeling Jesuit University, WV. He has lived in Mountain Village since 1991. Rube’s community involvement includes serving on Mountain Village Town Council from 1999-2007, Mountain Village Mayor 2007, past president Telluride Council for the Arts, Board President San Miguel Power Association and volunteer for Jazz Festival, Film Festival and Mountainfilm. His honors include Realtor of the Year nominee (2004), Community Realtor of the Year and Elected Official of the Year (2006). Rube’s perfect Telluride day would be mountain biking single-tracks from Alta Lakes and Prospect Basin with friends or a powder day on Gold Hill. 112 TREC Collection 2019 bios.indd 3

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Mark Dollard

Terrie Dollard

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970.708.0854 dollard@markdollard.com markdollard.com

Andrew hails from Baton Rouge, LA. In 1994, Andrew decided that he’d had enough of the corporate life so he quit his job as an area restaurant manager in Atlanta and took two months off to travel the Southwest. Telluride was in the middle of that trip, and the rest is history. Andrew’s family includes his beloved lab Rufus, as well as all his friends here who have become family over the years. Since arriving, Andrew has become actively involved with several summer festivals as well as donating his time and skills to various non-profits. His real estate career introduced him to the Planning and Zoning Commission where he spent four years, starting out as an alternate and retiring as the Vice Chairman.

Mark’s hometown is Caledonia, NY. He has a BA in Business Administration and a Masters in Marketing, both from the University of Colorado. His family includes wife Terrie and Labrador non-retriever Shadow. He graduated from CU-Boulder in 1992, then spent a decade with IBM in Denver. He first came to Telluride for the 1995 Bluegrass Festival, came back in August for Jazz and it was all over. He and his family love the small town, and think being able to walk to the lifts is tough to beat. He is involved in the community, serving on the Telluride Ecology Commission, as a Governing Board Member of KOTO Public Radio and was awarded Community Realtor of the Year in 2013 and 2015.

Terrie is a Colorado native from Denver. She has a BA in Marketing from Metropolitan State University. Her family includes husband Mark and Labrador non-retriever Shadow. After years of I-70 traffic to reach the mountains, they made the move to Telluride. She spent 26 years traveling the world as a flight attendant. Terrie retired her wings in 2013 to become a full-time realtor with Mark. Terrie is a 2016 Christie’s Luxury Real Estate Specialist. She volunteers for many community activities including Adopt-a-Trail, Adopt-a-Highway, Senior Lunch, Imogene Pass Run, and KOTO DJ. She loves anything outdoors, especially running and hiking, and traveling to all corners of the earth, the more exotic the better.

Dave Flatt

Pam Guillory

Steve “Stevie” Hilbert

970.708.3739

andrew@tellurideluxuryhomesandcondos.com

970.209.0681 dave@daveflatt.com daveflatt.com Dave’s hometown is Grand Junction, CO. His family includes wife Shari, two grown children, Kami and Eric, and two grandchildren. After 20 years in banking, Dave joined TREC in 1987. Dave also holds a real estate license in Arizona. He has served on Mountain Village Town Council and as Mayor (1995-2003), Director of Mountain Village Metro District (19902004), Chairman of Mountain Village Housing Authority (1987-2005) and Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association Board (1987-2005). Dave’s honors include Telluride Association of Realtors’ Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his public service and real estate career.

970.708.0108

pam@telluriderealestatecorp.com

Raised and educated in the south, Pam lived in the Dallas area for 26 years working in the corporate world and the Texas university system. In October 2000, Pam moved to Telluride and was humbled by the natural beauty and welcomed by the locals. She has been a licensed Real Estate Broker in Telluride since 2001 and is proud to say that she is a member of the TREC team. Pam has served on the Telluride Association of Realtors Board of Directors since 2009, and is President Elect for 2019. Pam also sits the Board of Directors for the Telluride Aids Benefit and is involved with numerous groups and organizations that make the Telluride community what it is today — a deeply passionate, philanthropic, and forward-thinking community.

970.708.1540 terrie@markdollard.com markdollard.com

619.252.3525 steviehilbert@gmail.com

Stevie Hilbert was born and raised in Telluride, growing up skiing the mountain and playing soccer, hockey and lacrosse. After 12 years in San Francisco and Encinitas, California working for start-ups, a brewery and selling real estate, he has returned home to the best town in the world! Joining the Hilbert Homes team with his father, Stevie looks forward to playing hockey in the community again and helping clients find their dream homes while enjoying the wonderful mountain life. He also enjoys hiking and finding hot springs with his girlfriend Maggie and dog Marley.

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BROKER ASSOCIATES

Brittany “Bebe” Hinde 970.708.9014 bebehinde@gmail.com

Bebe’s hometown is Porlock, England. She moved to Telluride in 1997 and attended Telluride High School. For nine years she was the Director of Guest Relations for the River Club. Experienced in real estate and knowledgeable about the Telluride region, Bebe joined TREC in 2016. She and her husband, Dustin, have two sons, four-year-old Thatcher and oneyear-old Rye. Bebe decided to raise her family in Telluride because of its sense of community and the beautiful mountains that surround it. She enjoys snowboarding, running, hiking, traveling, and Telluride’s foodie scene. A fun fact about Bebe -- she retains dual citizenship!

BJ Chip Lenihan

970.708.9021 chiplenihan@gmail.com Chip was born and raised in the “Derby City,” Louisville, KY. He has a BA from Fort Lewis College. His family includes wife Martha (married in 1980), children Katie, Miles and Patrick, and granddaughters Riley, 5 and Kaitlyn, 3. Chip has been a Telluride resident since 1982. His background includes general contracting, building homes and commercial buildings throughout southwest Colorado, including Telluride and Durango. Chip has been a broker since 1985, and was the developer of Graysill and Lulu City in Telluride. He was Chairman of the group that started the Telluride Housing Authority, and served as Mayor of Telluride (1986-1988). In his leisure time, Chip enjoys skiing, fly fishing, horses and hunting. @TRECTelluride TREC Collection 2019 bios.indd 4

Ben Jackson

970.708.1495 bkjack@rmi.net telluridebenjackson.com Ben’s hometown is Montgomery, AL. Ben opened Freewheelin’ Bike & Board in 1989, one of the first snowboardspecific stores in the US, and since has been deeply engaged in the entrepreneurial evolution of Telluride. He’s cultivated 20 years of real estate relationships and is an expert at representing buyers and sellers. His philosophy is using meaningful market knowledge to ensure his clients are getting the best property available. He’s represented marketsetting regional property sales and led community via the Melee in the Mines, KOTO and Rotary Club. Passionate about skiing, snowboarding and sailing, his greatest joys are his sons Zane and Frank. Ben is consistently one of TREC’s top brokers.

Peter Loomis

970.708.9562 peterwloomis@aol.com Peter arrived in Telluride in 2001. His experience being a full-time real estate broker and owning a vacation rental company makes him uniquely qualified to represent clients interested in both the real estate and rental sides of the equation. Peter represents both buyers and sellers with residential, commercial, rural and ranch properties. When he’s not assisting clients with real estate transactions, on powder days, you will find him skiing on the mountain. In the summer he will be fly fishing the local rivers or climbing fourteeners. He is appreciated for his dedication, hard work, follow-up and communication with the clients he works for and with.

Scot Jones

Scott Kelley

Scot’s hometown is Wayzata, MN. He moved to Colorado to attend Regis University in Denver, followed by 15 years on the financial side of real estate as a licensed retail and wholesale mortgage banker. Scot first discovered the beauty of Telluride while attending the Bluegrass Festival in 1996 and fell in love. Upon moving to Telluride in 2008, he became a licensed real estate broker and worked for a developer on a 6,000acre project just outside of Telluride. With family here since 1998, and as an avid skier, golfer and outdoor enthusiast, Telluride is the perfect place for Scot to call home.

Scott’s hometown is Georgetown, MA. His family includes wife Tara and two boys, P.J. and Brendan. Scott is a graduate of Lyndon State College with a degree in Meteorology. In 2001, after visiting for a family wedding, he and Tara decided they wanted to raise their children in a small mountain town. Scott is experienced in resort and country club real estate sales, from the ski country of New Hampshire to the golf courses and beaches of Boca Raton, Florida, since 1987. He loves skiing, hiking, and camping — all with his family.

Alex Martin

Norm McLean

303.881.0751 scotajones@hotmail.com

970.729.1691 alex@gotelluride.com gotelluride.com Alex’s hometown is Olathe, KS. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado-Boulder. Alex’s family includes wife Sage and sons Henry and Jake. Alex joined TREC in 2004, working with a select group of highly valued clients and representing projects such as Sunnyside Ranch, Cornerstone, and Brown Dog Ranch. Prior to joining TREC, Alex enjoyed a 14-year sales and management career in litigation support and data storage technology in San Francisco. Alex and Managing Director Jon Dwight have been working together since 2004 and are partners in the Dwight | Martin Team. In his free time, Alex enjoys skiing, hiking, camping, mountain biking and sailing.

970.708.2123 spk@telluridecolorado.net

970.708.1672

normmclean@telluridecolorado.net

Norm’s hometown is Calumet, MI. He graduated from Michigan Technological University in the Upper Peninsula with a Business degree. Norm’s family includes two great adult children and plenty of life-long friends. Norm has been involved in numerous aspects of real estate in Colorado for more than 35 years, including in Telluride for nearly 20 years. He is an enthusiastic supporter of the Telluride Adaptive Sports Program, Telluride Historical Museum and Friends of the Library.

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BROKER ASSOCIATES

Marcin Ostromecki

Mary Sama-Brown

Marc Silbergeld

Marcin’s hometown is Milwaukee, WI. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee with a BA in Marketing. Marcin’s family includes wife Stacy and black lab Atlas. Working in the ski industry for over a decade, Marcin is no stranger to ski towns. With an international marketing background and experience in resort markets, Marcin joined TREC in 2014 to work on the Dwight | Martin Team. In his role as Marketing Manager and Broker Associate, he believes that when a property is packaged and presented appropriately, sellers are positioned for success. Marcin is an avid skier and also enjoys mountain biking and hiking with his pup.

Coming from NY, in 2006 Mary moved to Telluride where she shares her life with her very active husband Eliot and their Portuguese Water Dog Riley (who indeed has the “life of Riley”). Her professional success in her prior life was working as a controller in Connecticut for Roger Penske in a company of 200 employees and being a member of the Mercedes Benz “Best of the Best” team. Her personal success includes learning how to ski when she moved here at the age of 48. In 2008, she switched careers from the automotive industry to the real estate industry and has been a valued member of the TREC team ever since. Her passions include tennis, skiing, scuba diving, photography and of course, hiking.

Marc Silbergeld was born and raised in New Jersey. He earned a B.A. from the University of Michigan where he was President of Chi Phi fraternity, and Captain of the Men’s Lacrosse team. After graduating, Marc followed some friends from Ann Arbor out to Telluride where he was captivated by the high mountain peaks. Marc lived in Telluride for two seasons, skied and drove the Galloping Goose bus where he served as an informal ambassador for the town. After teaching English for almost 20 years in New Jersey, he returned to Telluride in 2013 with his wife Tara to raise his children, Langston and Miles. Marc is an active member of the Telluride community, teaching, tutoring, coaching, and volunteering as a deejay at KOTO community radio station.

Jessica Simon

Alex Smith

Kiplynn Smith

970.708.4119 marcin@gotelluride.com gotelluride.com

970.708.1156 telluridejess@gmail.com garrettsimon.com Jessica and her husband/teammate Garrett found Telluride on the internet in ’98, drove cross-country from the East Coast, and moved here sight unseen. While some thought moving to a hippie ski town was a crazy idea, it turns out to have been a wonderful decision! 20 years later, Jess and Garrett are raising a gregarious 8-year-old son and two wonderful dogs in the Box Canyon that captured her heart more than two decades ago. With a background in property management and an affinity for writing and communication, she loves helping people realize their dream of spending more time in Telluride.

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970.708.0602 mary@mayaair.com marysama.com

970.729.2231 alex@tdsmith.com tdsmith.com Alex was born and raised in Telluride, CO. Attending Telluride High School, Alex was an avid ski racer and hockey and soccer player. He is a graduate of Pitzer College, of the Claremont Consortium of Colleges in Claremont, CA. After working for four years for Warner Brothers Television, Paramount Pictures and Twentieth Century Fox, a move back to the mountains was inevitable. Upon receiving his real estate license, Alex joined TD Smith (his father) and Chris Sommers. Alex has built many life-long relationships with business owners and prominent individuals within this close knit community and has an intimate knowledge of the workings of the Telluride regional resort.

970.708.0703 silb@telluriderealestatecorp.com

970.729.1759 kiplynn.smith@gmail.com kiplynnsmith.com Kip’s hometown is Eugene, OR. Since her arrival in 2001, she has been involved in property management, short- and long-term rentals, research analyst for a pan-Asia private equity company, Mountain Village developments, and luxury real estate. Community service is a big part of who she is. She loves giving back to and connecting with the community as a One to One Mentor, high school volleyball and Telluride Lizard Head Ice Hockey coach. As a Realtor, her main focus is to provide the highest level of knowledge, insight, and service. She is dedicated to helping people find exceptional properties for extraordinary lifestyles.

Garrett Simon

970.708.1155 garrett@telluridecolorado.net garrettsimon.com Originally from Florida and Georgia, this University of South Alabama alumnus first arrived in ’98 with his wife and real estate teammate Jessica. Garrett has over 20 years of experience in the area and has carefully curated a team to give buyers and sellers an unparalleled level of expertise, professionalism, & service. Recipient of the coveted Top Producer award in both 2017 and 2018, Garrett is also a member of the prestigious Christie’s Masters’ Circle and was TREC’s Broker of the Year in 2015. Garrett is the proud father of an active 8-year-old son, Taj, and in his spare time he coaches youth soccer, loves skiing with his family, hiking with his dogs, a St. Bernese and a rescued Dachshund mix, and surfing during off-season.

Chris Sommers

970.729.2480 chris@chrissommers.com chrissommers.com Chris Sommers has been a licensed real estate broker with TREC since 2001. His philosophy is simple: the key to success involves combining unparalleled market knowledge with excellent customer service. Building lasting relationships is the background of his approach. Chris enjoys introducing prospective clients to the Telluride community whether they are seeking upscale and opulent homes, condominiums or ranches, or are first-time resort investors. His success is achieved through constant communication, utilizing the latest technology of developing marketing trends and identifying target markets for his clients. A Kansas native, Chris, his wife Cynthia, daughter Lillian, and son Beck, live in Historic Telluride. www.telluriderealestatecorp.com 7/15/2019 4:11:25 PM


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Robert Stenhammer 970.708.7771

robert@telluriderealestates.com

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Frank Garden Strachan 504.616.8410 fgarden7@gmail.com catsman.com

Sandy Sucharski 970.708.1136 sandski2@gmail.com

Sandy has called Telluride home since 1976. She is a graduate of Florida Atlantic University. Early in her career, Sandy was in advertising in NY. After moving to Telluride, she taught English at Telluride High School for four years. Sandy began her real estate career in the mid-1980s. She was the broker first to be named Realtor of the Year. Sandy has served as President of TAR and on the TAR Board of Directors for 3 years. She is one of the founding parents of Telluride Alpine Race Team (TART). Sandy enjoys hiking, cross country skiing and traveling.

Originally from Minnesota, Robert has enjoyed a 20+-year career in luxury resort, real estate, hospitality and tourism. The former Executive VP of Telluride Ski and Golf resort (TSG), Robert has chosen to bring his passion for Telluride and for real estate to TREC. He currently acts part-time as Office of the CEO for TSG, performing government affairs and staying informed on community issues. He serves on the Telluride Historical Museum Board and several Mountain Village HOAs. He holds a BA in Business and an MBA in hospitality and tourism. Robert makes Mountain Village home with his wife Heidi and has two daughters in Colorado Universities. Robert’s favorite question: “How can I assist you today?”

Frank is a New Orleans native who studied at the University of Mississippi. He relocated in 1996, in search of all the great things that make the Telluride region so wonderful. Frank’s family includes wife Madeline and young son Jackson. You may have seen his smiling face over the years at various retail locations in Telluride such as Sunshine Pharmacy and HUB Telluride. Frank brings great energy and enthusiasm to the office of Steve Catsman and is eagerly looking forward to a long career in this great community we call home.

Andrew “Drufur” Williamson

Kimberly Corrigan

Sarah Stogner

kimberly@telluriderealestatecorp.com

sarah@telluriderealestatecorp.com

205.213.7889 drufur@yahoo.com

Andrew hails from Athens, AL. After working for Crimson Tide Hospitality in the Skyboxes at Bryant-Denny Stadium for eight years, he joined a friend to train to become a river guide for the summer in North Carolina. There he met friends who came to Telluride during the winter to work. After hearing their testimony about Telluride, the box canyon became his destination the following winter. He began working with the ski resort and guiding on whitewater rivers all over the US. His passion is people and the outdoors.

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970.728.1604

Kimberly hails from the east coast of North Carolina and began her career as a Broadcast Journalist, serving resort areas like Wilmington, Pinehurst, the Outer Banks and Florence, Italy. Working with creative agencies on Fortune 500 accounts, Kimberly traveled the country as video producer for IBM, as well as top creative recruiter and Division Director for Robert Half International. After starting her own video production company, Kimberly brought her love for camping and the outdoors to Ouray and Telluride. A proud graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she played Volleyball (Go Heels!), you can also hear Kimberly on the air at 95.5 Mountain Chill Radio and KOTO FM.

Paul Tharp

970.708.4568 paultharp12@gmail.com Paul’s hometown is Chicago IL and he is a graduate of Purdue University. He has been involved in numerous aspects of real estate for over thirty years. His experience in sales, property management, development, and personal real estate investments helps him assist customers in finding the perfect property here in Telluride. Paul is involved in the community by volunteering his time with many of the area’s non-profit organizations, as well as with the local schools, which both of his children attend. He enjoys skiing, mountain biking, hiking, sailing, and golfing with his family and friends.

970.728.1610

Sarah’s hometown is Bayfield, WI. Her family includes 10-year-old son Evan and fur-baby Roxy. She received her BBA in Finance from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She came to Telluride in 1997 to spend a winter season. She not only discovered that summers in Telluride are just as delightful as winters, but found it to be such an amazing community, blessed with natural beauty and incredible people, she made it her home. Her experience includes ten years as a licensed real estate assistant before joining TREC in 2012. Sarah enjoys skiing, snowboarding, hiking, biking, camping, and weekends at the lake with her family.

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commitment to community We pride ourselves on being engaged in the Telluride community and giving back. Below is a small sampling of volunteer positions and affiliations held by TREC owners, brokers, and staff. ANGEL BASKETS BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF AMERICA COLORADO ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS FIRST-TIME HOME BUYERS ASSISTANCE FUND FORMER TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VILLAGE MAYOR HOOT BROWN SCHOLARSHIP IMOGENE PASS RUN JUST FOR KIDS FOUNDATION KOTO COMMUNITY RADIO LIZARD HEAD HOCKEY TEAM MOUNTAINFILM MOUNTAIN VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ONE-TO-ONE MENTORING PINHEAD INSTITUTE ROTARY CLUB OF TELLURIDE SAN JUAN RIDING PROGRAM SAN MIGUEL POWER ASSOCIATION SAN MIGUEL RESOURCE CENTER TELLURIDE AIDS BENEFIT

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TELLURIDE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. TELLURIDE ADAPTIVE SPORTS PROGRAM TELLURIDE ALPINE RACE TEAM TELLURIDE ARTS DISTRICT TELLURIDE ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS TELLURIDE BOARD OF REALTORS TELLURIDE ECOLOGY COMMISSION TELLURIDE FILM FESTIVAL TELLURIDE FOUNDATION TELLURIDE HISTORICAL MUSEUM TELLURIDE HOUSING AUTHORITY TELLURIDE JAZZ FESTIVAL TELLURIDE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL TELLURIDE MOUNTAIN VILLAGE OWNERS ASSOCIATION TELLURIDE REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY TELLURIDE SKI & SNOWBOARD CLUB TELLURIDE TOWN COUNCIL THE RIDE FESTIVAL

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Extraordinary Lifestyle. Exclusive Homes.

Celebrating 35 years as a company, Telluride Real Estate Corp. / Christieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s International Real Estate is pleased to be one of the most established real estate brokerages in the region, with a team that includes over 35 licensed brokers, assistants and staff members. Our organization is comprised of only experienced, successful and dedicated full-time real estate professionals. In addition to our flagship office located in the historic Examiner Building in the heart of downtown Telluride, TREC brokers and assistants are also located in Mountain Village on bustling Heritage Plaza in the Village Core, and in an office suite in the upscale Mountain Lodge. Our partners are deeply embedded in the community, having been directly involved in the planned development of the Telluride area as a world-class ski resort. Our owners and the majority of our Telluride real estate agents are long-time Telluride locals who are passionate about their careers and about living in this spectacular mountain town. In a sense, they are ambassadors for this community, bringing Telluride to the rest of the world. In addition, the partners, brokers and assistants that make up the TREC team are some of the regionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most dynamic individuals -- a group of people who share energy, enthusiasm, a sense of purpose, and an ability to get things going and get things done. Our contacts with successful, high-net-worth clients run deep. And our longevity in the real estate business has placed us on a strong foundation for continued success. We are optimistic about both the future of real estate in Telluride and the broader health of our special resort community. We stand ready to ably guide both buyers and sellers toward their real estate goals in Telluride, Mountain Village and the surrounding area. Real estate is about personal relationships, and TREC strives to provide an unrivaled experience for buyers and sellers from beginning to end and beyond. Indeed, most TREC clients are clients for life.

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