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People. Places. Properties.

Covering Telluride, Mountain Village & Surrounding Areas

Volume 40


T E L LU R I DE PROPE RT I E S We at Telluride Properties understand the pioneering spirit of those who come to Telluride. We invite you to enjoy our community, its beauty and grandeur and all the benefits of the Telluride lifestyle. Telluride Properties has earned a reputation as the premier Telluride real estate firm, bringing buyers and sellers together since 1986. We understand every aspect of the Telluride real estate market, including ski homes and condominiums, Telluride’s historic Victorian residences, developments, ranches, vacation homes and year-round residences. Telluride Properties’ success is based on yours. We provide the tools and proactive guidance it takes to reach your goals. Our attention to details that matter most to you are hallmarks that significantly enhance the experience you deserve. Telluride Properties has a proven team of skilled real estate brokers ready to assist you with your Telluride real estate assets. Read all about our brokers, starting on page 98.

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20 | MOUNTAIN VILLAGE

42 | TOWN OF TELLURIDE

58 | NEIGHBORING MESAS

68 | OUTLYING MESAS

80 | ILIUM TO AMES & OPHIR TO

84 | DOWN VALLEY/OUTLYING AREAS

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16 | AREA DEVELOPMENTS

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106 | PROPERTY FINDER INDEX

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TELLURIDE FANFARE the "best of" lists telluride has landed on recently

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FESTIVAL AND EVENT CALENDAR world-renowned festivals & events year-round

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LOCAL MARKETPLACE local goods from food to fashion

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LOVING LOG AGAIN re-imagining the classic log home

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INNOVATION IN TELLURIDE broadband, food, & entrepreneurial initiatives

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PHOENIX RISING the historic transfer warehouse's rebirth as a home for the arts

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ON THE COVER: 99 PENNINGTON PLACE massive views & end-of-road privacy amongst 7,723 s.f.

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GLOBAL LUXURY NETWORKS luxury partner properties from around the world

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MEET THE TEAM AT TELLURIDE PROPERTIES photos and detailed bios on each of our brokers

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SIGNIFICANT SALES successfully listed and/or sold by telluride properties


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#1 SKI RESORT IN NORTH AMERICA Telluride rises above the rest with its no-nonsense attitude, a healthy mix of ski bums and artists, gorgeous location, and sublime winter sports.

BEST RESORTS IN THE WEST

TOP 10 SKI RESORTS IN THE WORLD

Am I in The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe? Because this is Gnarnia. Seriously, please scatter my ashes here when I die.

Telluride not only has world-class expert pistes and ‘hike to’ terrain, but mile upon mile of intermediate and family pistes ... and abundant cold smokin’ super dry powder.

WORLD'S BEST SKI RESORTS Telluride blows many other resorts out of the water when it comes to what I consider the important stuff: quality of skiing, food, lack of crowds, scenery and unrivaled charm.

AMERICA'S COOLEST SKI TOWN

HIDDEN GEMS

Telluride's allure: the off-kilter mood, the unpretentious attitude, the emphasis on authenticity over ostentation that has built its reputation as the anti-Aspen.

Don’t let the lack of fur coats and big-name chefs fool you—Telluride has world-class dining and lodging to match the outstanding ski terrain at Telluride Ski Resort.


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events MUSIC TELLURIDE BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL: June 21 - 24, 2018 THE RIDE FESTIVAL: July 14 - 15, 2018 TELLURIDE JAZZ FESTIVAL: August 3 - 5, 2018 TELLURIDE CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL: August 7 - 12, 2018 TELLURIDE BLUES & BREWS FESTIVAL: September 14 - 16, 2018 KOTO LIP SYNC: January 2019

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TELLURIDE WOW FESTIVAL: June 7 - 10, 2018

MOUNTAIN FILM: May 25 - 28, 2018

TELLURIDE YOGA FESTIVAL: July 19 - 22, 2018

TELLURIDE FILM FESTIVAL: August 31 - September 3, 2018

IMOGENE PASS RUN: September 8, 2018 MOUNTAINS TO DESERT RIDE: September 22, 2018

TELLURIDE HORROR SHOW: October 12 - 14, 2018

SEASONAL TELLURIDE FARMER'S MARKET: June 1 - October 12, 2018 TELLURIDE JULY 4TH CELEBRATION: July 4, 2018 FESTIVAL OF CARS & COLORS: September 27 - 30, 2018 OPENING DAY TELLURIDE SKI RESORT: November 22, 2018 CHRISTMAS EVE TORCHLIGHT PARADE: December 24, 2018 NEW YEARS EVE TORCHLIGHT PARADE: December 31, 2018

MISCELLANEOUS TELLURIDE BALLOON FESTIVAL: June 1 - 3, 2018 TELLURIDE WINE FESTIVAL: June 28 - July 1, 2018 TELLURIDE PLEIN AIR FESTIVAL: June 28 - July 4, 2018 TELLURIDE MUSHROOM FESTIVAL: August 16 - 19, 2018 TELLURIDE FIRE FESTIVAL: December 8 - 10, 2018 TELLURIDE GAY SKI WEEK: February 23 - March 2, 2019

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BLUE GROUSE BREAD Baked on a stone hearth, a variety of rustic styles are crafted with local organic flours and long fermentation times to achieve the complex flavor that makes Blue Grouse breads so distinct. Grab a loaf at Telluride & Mountain Village grocery stores.  bluegrousebread.com

T.KARN IMPORTS Shop soulfully made, rare and unique items for the home and body. T.Karn works with artisans in 20 countries to bring handcrafted treasures to Telluride. Browse the eclectic collection at 394 W. Colorado Ave. in Telluride. tkarn.com

TELLURIDE JUICE CO

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Creative cold-pressed juices, elixirs, and Kombucha on tap. Juices are handcrafted fresh daily from 100% organic produce sourced from local farms when possible. Located inside Apotheca Pharmacy at 129 W. Colorado Ave. in Telluride.

Telluride's newest storefront caters to your favorite four-legged friend. Specializing in veterinarian recommended products, you'll find quality dog and cat foods, along with treats, toys, and accessories. Pet product specialists on hand for tailored selections.

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WAGNER CUSTOM These custom-built skis have a unique shape, flex pattern and material composition designed specifically for your body and skiing style. Use one of their modish topsheet options or work with their graphic designer to create a completely oneof-a-kind look.

THE TUNNEL This speakeasy restaurant is a throwback to the prohibition era during Telluride's mining days. Guests are greeted with a cocktail followed by a tantalizing, 5-course Chef's tasting menu. There are two seatings for up to 12 people at a time: 5:30 pm and 8 pm. Call 970.708.3663 for reservations at 700 W. Colorado Ave., Unit 242. facebook.com/thetunneltelluride

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SLATE GRAY GALLERY A contemporary art gallery exhibiting a collection of fine art, distinctive designer jewelry as well as unique lifestyle accessories & home decor. Look for the bronze sculpture of a Great Dane on Main Street at 209 E. Colorado Ave.

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Pamper yourself with the best natural ingredients and highly beneficial scientifically developed compounds. Facials, massage, waxing, lash & brow tinting , manis & pedis, airbrush tanning & more. Stop by 145 W. Pacific Ave. in Telluride. telluridefacials.com

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Loving Log Again

Re-imagining the Classic Log Home It's easily the most used saying in real estate. "Location. Location. Location."

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What exactly does that mean in Telluride, particularly Mountain Village? HUGE VIEWS AND PREMIER SKI ACCESS! Many of the choice lots in Mountain Village were built on in the nineties and at that time traditional log was all the rage. While you may not fancy river rock fireplaces and antler chandeliers ... these homes take in colossal mountain views and enjoy perfect ski access. With a little imagination and an ethos to work with the log, not against it, they can beautifully fuse rustic and modern into a whole new realm of design. Such was the case for the couple who took on this featured remodel in Mountain Village with the guidance of Trevor James & Peter Lundeen from FUSE Architecture + Interior. Featured remodel by FUSE Architecture + Interior. www.fusearchitectureinterior.com ralph barnie photography

KITCHEN & DINING: A pleasing tea green finish on the cabinets creates a counterpoint to the log and is highlighted by key walls that are tiled to create a clean, bright atmosphere. The ceiling height was dropped to diminish light swallowing caves while pendant lights raise the ambient light level. New gyp ceilings replace the existing wood, establishing a light and reflective surface that increases light throughout the room. The stone floors were left untouched and the existing wood doors were augmented with a metal strap for an easy and seemless design upgrade.

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GREAT ROOM: The scale of the fireplace is controlled by introducing blackened steel while reducing and replacing the existing river stone with Telluride gold stone that looks as you would see it in the local environment. By enlarging the fireplace opening and removing the arch, a more dramatic flame was realized and creates that quintessential mountain ambiance. A darker stain with lighter chinking was applied to the logs for a visual update, while the ceiling, left untouched, provides height and lightens the room. The clean lines of the furniture compliment the scale of the transformed space.

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BRIDGE SITTING ROOM: Lighter metal railing replaces the existing log, affording unimpeded views and an overall feeling of more space. A clean, contemporary look is achieved by widening the doorway and squaring off the arch (all arch elements throughout the house were removed) - a simple modification with a high impact. Blackened steel, used to control the scale of the fireplace, provides a reflective and contrasting surface to the rock and wood elements of this now functional space.

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MASTER BATHROOM: By removing the existing oversized bathtub, squaring off the windows and scaling back the trim, more usable space is realized for the bathroom and a private reading nook is added. Like the kitchen, paint finish cabinetry is used to create a counterpoint to log. Large format, light colored tiles on the wall make the space feel large, clean and airy. The glass enclosed shower enhances the overall open feeling of the space while the free-standing tub adds a contemporary luxury touch.

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INNOVATION IN THE TELLURIDE REGION, IT RHYMES WITH THE TELLURIDE FOUNDATION

(Or Gold from the Minds...) by Susan Viebrock of Telluride Inside and Out

It was a flash felt ‘round the world. On June 19, 1891, Lucien L. Nunn threw a switch to put the Ames Hydroelectric Generating Plant online to power his Gold King Mine, marking the world’s first commercial transmission of hightension, AC current for industrial use over a long distance. The momentous event, a historic collaboration between Nunn, George Westinghouse and former Edison engineer Nikola Tesla, surged with the hopefulness of thousands of unwritten possibilities: “Let there be light” twinned with flipping a switch. Soon after, Telluride became the first town in the country to have electric street lights. Despite his pint size – just over five feet or several inches shorter than his hero,

Napoleon Bonaparte, and weighing in at just over 100 pounds soaking wet - local legend and polymath Lucien L. Nunn was clearly a giant of man.

common to both Nunn and Musk:

Elon Musk, who, like Nunn, is an irrepressible visionary, an intrepid innovator, and a force for social change, has long insisted Tesla’s ultimate purpose was never to build cars. It is to help the world transition away from reliance on fossil fuels and towards sustainable energy sources in order to improve the quality of life on our planet.

“Innovation requires enormous insight and intelligence, an appetite for risk, and financial leverage, exactly what Nunn and Elon Musk had/have in abundance. The more complex the problem, the greater the need for risktolerance. The Foundation’s culture, our DNA, is defined by our donors and how they view problem-solving. They make gifts to address complex socio-cultural problems and equally importantly, they support out-of-thebox solutions to those challenges. As with Nunn’s AC plant and Musk’s Tesla Company, the Telluride Foundation is about taking a good idea, like a car for example, and making it better.”

On the subject of innovation, the Telluride Foundation’s president & CEO Paul Major cites characteristics

The Telluride region’s ongoing history of remix and reinvention remains at least as rich as what was once in the

He set the tone and the agenda and put the Telluride region on the map: Big things from small packages.


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mines – and in the minds of men like Nunn, Tesla, Westinghouse and Mears. Where some saw boarded-up buildings and a defunct (Idarado) mine, a man from L.A. named Joe Zoline saw white gold – or snow – and a robust ski resort. In 1978, a dentist from Grand Junction named Ron Allred and his partner, Jim Wells, purchased the Telluride Ski Resort from Zoline and developed the property into a world-class playground. All it took was a few strategic rounds of golf to launch the Telluride Foundation. Allred convinced 13 of his besties to contribute $100,000 each to support and sustain Telluride’s defining qualities through a nonprofit enterprise. The “why” of the Telluride Foundation was then – and remains now - “To make a positive difference in people’s lives. And to make more possible." And not just within Telluride’s boundaries. Allred wanted his philanthropic network to address regional challenges too in Norwood, Naturita and Nucla – or the West End. “The Telluride Foundation is unique in that it has a distinct bias towards action,” adds Major. “Traditional foundations are risk averse. They have large endowments and are never going to spend the corpus of those endowments, just the interest income. Ron Allred set the tone. The Telluride Foundation never planned to sit on a pile of money. Our goal was and remains helping people help themselves. To do that, we are always pushing the boundaries of what Telluride is all about. And to that end, we spend the money we earn annually.” Since its inception 18 years ago, the Telluride Foundation has given away $50 million. Major figures that about 20 percent of those funds or $10 million has gone to provide regional safety nets: a food bank; a domestic violence service; tutoring lowincome children; and family resource centers. The remaining 80 percent of Foundation funds, however, have targeted strategic change. The predominant mantra for those ongoing initiatives: No (calculated) risk; no reward. In other words, like Nunn, the Foundation (metaphorically) throws a switch every day. So yes, Telluride remains a first-class ski resort – according to Travel & Leisure, “America’s coolest ski resort” (and summer festival town) – but Telluride Foundation initiatives around broadband, food and business start-ups have the potential to be gamechangers. Those ventures should improve local life through the products and services offered; enhanced and easier access to same; and revenue opportunities from job creation and spending by new residents and guests in the local economy. Such programs also provide a hedge to the moody Ullr, obviating the region’s dependency on what can be a fickle resource so that Telluride can maintain its stride despite the vagaries of the weather.

“The economies of Western Colorado are historically dependent upon an abundance of natural resources. Telluride specifically has been all about our mountains and snow. But those resources are challenged today by climate change and changing financial dynamics. At the center of my vision for the future of Telluride is a fully integrated and diversified economy tailored to the needs of locals, part-time residents and tourists alike including, but not exclusively tied to existing assets. Diversification means opportunities for more people in the region to make a better living and will help to ensure a more vibrant community overall. As chairman of the board of the Telluride Foundation, I believe our role is central to that evolution. Simply put, it is the Foundation’s job to think about and help implement Telluride 2.0. As a potential economic driver and local benefit, the food industry, which has long existed in rural Colorado, is low-hanging fruit. Access to broadband is essential for growth. And the Telluride Venture Accelerator is a shining example of the end game. In just six years, TVA has mentored hundreds of new entrepreneurs and started 18 new companies. What’s more, that initiative has gained national recognition as a model of the sorts of programs that can be executed with excellence in rural America.”

DANIEL TISHMAN principal, Tishman Hotels & Realty; chairman, Tishman Construction; vice-chairman AECOM; and board chair, Telluride Foundation.

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BROA D BA N D for better, broader reach

Photos by Aurelie Slegers

Whether they are using the Internet to access commodity research and price information; view weather forecasts; activate GPS for precision planting; store data; purchase livestock; research the optimal solution to a repair need; or connect with other farmers on social media, farming has gone digital. But try telling that to an old rancher in Norwood whom the Foundation’s Erika Lapsys had to convince to allow commercial use for the fiber line already in place on his land. Since 2015, Lapsys has worked as Program Director at the Telluride Foundation in charge of its broadband initiative. With two masters degrees, plus a resume filled with addressing the needs of challenged populations, Lapsys still had a hard time budging the grizzled old man – that is until the rancher's son told him they were already using the Internet to expedite transactions like buying bulls and reaching their customers, though their service was (literally) not up to speed. Broadband and connectivity in general has become just as important as electricity in the modern world yet, since the early days of the Internet, it is widely understood that rural areas in the U.S. have had less access than urban centers. High-speed wired connections are less common and wireless phone service and signals are also weaker— or altogether absent – and cost more. Welcome to the Telluride region, a case study in the national connectivity story. "Rural regions like our own are plagued by unreliable and slow internet service, expensive rates, and no competition

Region 10 has already put out a request for network equipment to solicit qualified vendors who can provide required network equipment – three switches, routers, network monitoring, software and other assets. among providers because of low population density," explains Lapsys. “The Telluride Foundation recognized the relationship between high-quality, high-speed Internet and economic development and has developed a plan to improve broadband access for residents, businesses, libraries, schools, medical centers, and emergency services. That plan is part of a regional strategy to connect six counties with new fiber optic cables that provide broadband and creates competition for the best and most reliable service.” The Foundation’s broadband projects run from Nucla in the West End to Telluride and fall into five distinct segments, including new fiber optic line construction that will run from Nucla to Norwood along public right-of-way; leveraging existing fiber from Norwood to Ilium; connecting underground fiber between Ilium and Society Turn; bringing fiber to Telluride and Norwood schools and libraries and ultimately connecting with the backbone infrastructure just described. It is important to note the Telluride Foundation is not doing Internet per se. Translation: it is not providing service to end-users. That work gets handed over to Region 10, a six-county collective effort based in Montrose and focused on community and small business resources for Delta, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose, Ouray, and San Miguel counties.

Lapsys’ job inside the Telluride Foundation is bringing together the disparate partners like Region 10 and San Miguel and West Montrose counties, also private entities, and providing oversight and financial support to all the players. If – rather when – successful, the monopoly held by Century Link in the Telluride region will be broken, Internet service quality will improve, and costs will go down. “Enhanced broadband service in the region will make tele-health possible. Technologies for 21st-century learning will give kiddos the bandwidth they need. And we would be able to attract and hold a new population of innovators to work in the region, the future Nunns, Teslas and Allreds,” adds Lapsys. “Metaphorically speaking, the Telluride region has a two-lane road coming into town and we need another two lanes at least, perhaps a four-lane highway,” adds Major. “To support broadband, we have $3 million ready to be deployed. For the record, an initiative like this is not what most foundations do. They don’t get their hands dirty in the private sector. And broadband is owned by the private sector – unlike roads, bridges, water, sewerage and power, which are government funded. A project like this, however, does fit right in with the Foundation’s mission of making direct investments that maximize a benefit to all, nurture self-reliance, and create meaningful change.”


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A national focus on food as preventative medicine. A desire to mitigate Telluride’s carbon footprint, of which 11% is attributable to food consumption per Telluride’s EcoAction Partners. A focus on supporting a future for nearby farmers and ranchers. Getting to know our farmers and ranchers to build community within a community. The clear advantage of retaining money in the local economy.

Foundation is addressing this paradox under the direction of April Montgomery, VP of Programs. “In the mining days of the late-1800s, the Paradox region provided the livestock, bread and fresh food for the miners in Telluride. Today, however, that connection is lost. The food we buy in grocery stores travels an average of 1,300 miles from remote farms to our tables. Most farmers and ranchers sell to collection points, such as grain and produce terminals or stockyards. The terminal or stockyard in turn sells to processing companies, which process and package the

Each of those factors feeds into another of the Telluride Foundation’s new programs: The Local Food Initiative.

The region has abundant water, a suitable climate for growing food, strong agricultural roots and an everpresent food culture, yet it is known as a food desert. Greenhouses in the Paradox region boast beautiful, fresh tomatoes, while 37 miles away, Telluride residents pay a small fortune for fresh tomatoes trucked in from hundreds of miles away. Currently, on average a head of lettuce travels 2,000 miles to get to Telluride stores. By helping to connect local food markets and coordinate existing, disparate local food efforts, the

To do that, Montgomery is spearheading a three-year strategy with the goal of promoting healthy living and economic development. As with the broadband initiative, the Foundation is assuming an oversight role with financial support to build on regional opportunities, coordinating existing programs and efforts in order to develop a sustainable, effective, and successful local food culture. In Norwood at least, it all began with Barclay and Tony Daranyi of Indian Ridge Farm & Bakery:

The region has market demand and the potential to promote farm-to-

grocery, school, and restaurant-totable opportunities. Due to the small scale of groceries in the area, there is a high likelihood grocers would be open to incorporating more locally grown produce and other crops. Local schools have shown an interest in buying local too. Finally, with a thriving tourism industry and second home sector in the area, there are many opportunities to promote farm-totable at local restaurants.

to communities and low-income populations. • Increase food security by encouraging local farming and educating the community about the benefits of supporting their local agricultural economy.

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LOCA L FOOD INITIATIV E grow it and they will come Clockwise: Norwood F.R.E.S.H. Food Hub, Farm-to-table dinner at Indian Ridge Farm, Potato harvest Tony Daranyi & apprentice, Norwood Community Garden.

products we buy in our grocery stores. However, by connecting markets and tapping into the existing supply created by local farms and ranches, fresher, more nutrient rich food can be available in the food desert areas of our region, with the extra bonus of building a stronger local economy,” explains Montgomery, who sums up the goals of the Foundation’s food initiative as follows: • Support small producers and family farms by developing distribution and regional marketplace systems. • Create access to regional healthy food by supporting organizations, producers and farmers focusing on providing healthy, nutritious food

bought our Wright’s Mesa land in 1999 and gave birth to Indian Ridge Farm & Bakery that we would be launching a local food movement. Our vision was and still is to nurture the land and the community, building on the rich agricultural history of Wright’s Mesa,” explains Barclay Daranyi. Part of the Daranyis’ vision, in addition to growing food, raising grass-fed poultry and running a bakery, was nurturing 24 young farmers every season through their apprentice program. “We gave individuals with an interest in farming an opportunity to learn and develop skills in vegetable production,

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pasture management, the raising and processing of poultry and marketing through CSAs and Farmers’ Markets. Some of the many who have lived at and learned from Indian Ridge have gone on to run their own farms and bakeries, many right here in Norwood.” One of the programs the Foundation supports is the Norwood F.R.E.S.H. Food Hub, a nonprofit designed to educate and connect the community to food and health, also a cooperative with a retail location. Leila Seraphin did not grow up eating fresh foods. Instead she had a fairly restricted low-income city diet. Now she runs the Norwood Hub and the Norwood community garden. “The Hub is a member-owner food co-op. We are here to create an economic marketplace for local producers, particularly aiming to increase the overall volume of local goods being grown and consumed. The Hub has over 30 buy-in memberships and 15 volunteers and soon we plan to launch delivery services to Telluride. Further, a grant from the Paradox Community Trust, which the Foundation supports, allowed us to purchase a van and hire a driver. We have gotten a lot of start-up and expansion support from the Local Food Initiative to invest in a walk-in cooler, a streamlined Point of Sale system and a new online ordering website. Those are huge projects grass roots organizations usually don't have the capital to execute, but are essential to growth,” explains Seraphin.

Hastings Mesa. A restaurant owner found me and asked if I would grow greens for him. Since then, as one who has been working with others in the field, literally and figuratively, we recognized early on that our food system as a whole needed tweaking. But without an organized distribution system and a cohesive plan we were not able to make a ton of progress in that direction in the early years. With the Foundation obtaining multi-year funding and recognizing both the importance and the potential of a local food movement AND with some great local folks becoming catalysts for that vision, a strong local food system is finally close to reality. The Local Food Initiative is at the nexus of sustainability, bringing together economic, social and environmental challenges. Focusing on the environment, we promote regenerative agricultural practices that improve soil (and human) health. And we develop solid economic benefits that reverberate locally.” The Telluride Foundation’s Local Food Initiative clearly passes the taste test.

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Other food-intensive organizations and programs the Foundation’s Local Food Initiative supports include: • Regional small-scale and organic farmers and food producers. • Southwest Farm Fresh Cooperative - a distribution cooperative involving over 15 regional farms in southwest Colorado, currently distributing food to Telluride restaurants, but looking to expand to produce within the San Miguel watershed. • Tri-County Health Network, promoting healthy eating education and programs, including senior meals and nutrition. • The Apple Core Project - promoting local orchards and the region’s history of orchards and heritage fruits. • School garden projects and school programs to promote healthy and locally-based lunches. • Community gardens in Norwood, Telluride and Clockwise: Mentor & Ridgway. part-time Tellurider Meg • Farmers’ markets and community assisted agriculture Whitman. Alumni Marney Zafian from Side by Side (CSA) programs in Norwood, Telluride & Ridgway. Pet Nutrition. Managing • Food banks in Ouray, Telluride, Nucla/Naturita, and Director Marc Nager, Founder Norwood. Jesse Johnson, Program • Bright Futures for Early Childhood & Families’ programs Manager Ashley Nager. Alumni to provide nutrition education to child care centers and Western Rise clothing. parents. • Commercial kitchens in Naturita and Norwood to promote Telluride has several major factors going for it that support value added products. regional entrepreneurship, among them: highest per capita • Local restaurants promoting farm-to-table. investor community in the country; a large brain trust; a high quality of life to attract talented people to start businesses County commissioner Kris Holstrom is a small-scale farmer here; plus a large pool of private equity. herself. Also, a long-time promoter of local food. “The Foundation’s Local Food Initiative is near and dear to my Within the innovation/entrepreneurial space, another of the heart. I started growing on a small scale 30 years ago on Telluride Foundation’s programs is the Telluride Venture


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Accelerator or TVA. TVA is an annual competition. Finalists are selected to receive $30,000 to catalyze their businesses. Of the five companies in the class of 2018 from across industry sectors – bicycle pedals to organic toothpaste, demountable walls, workout recovery aids, and a baby toy – four are headed by women. Finalists are required to relocate for six weeks to Telluride, where they are provided with shared office space downtown and mentors to cultivate and support their new business endeavors. Mentors come from Telluride’s growing community of successful entrepreneurs and investors, many of whom expressed an eagerness to focus their skills in the service of socio-economic development. “Eighteen years ago, when Ron Allred founded the organization, in addition to using the Foundation to improve the quality of life for those who live and work in our extended community, he also wanted to create a space for second homeowners to come together because many were feeling disenfranchised. A number of those second homeowners became TVA mentor volunteers, coaching young men and women on how to start and build businesses. Through their work for TVA, those mentors have become a community within a community. And they said they feel TVA’s entrepreneurial environment is a value-add to a lifestyle they were already enjoying in Telluride,” says Major. “For them, TVA became one more great reason to choose to live in Telluride over any other resort.” Major is talking about mentors like Meg Whitman, the seasoned Silicon Valley mogul, with more than three decades of experience leading huge brands like Hewlett Packard and eBay. Whitman was recently named CEO of a new venture that aims to revolutionize entertainment with short-form premium content customized for mobile consumption.

paradise we call home is something that is more possible now than ever before. The unique history of innovation and creativity found in the region has always attracted some of the world’s most accomplished and ambitious people. Nunn is an example. And Telluride today remains a perfect environment to support entrepreneurs and their ventures.” Entrepreneurs like Kelly Waters of Western Rise, a company she co-founded in Telluride, built through TVA, and which remains based in Telluride. “Telluride proved to be the ideal community to design, test, and live the lifestyle of the brand we are creating. My partner and I were able to build a business with global sales from the place we love, which is both personally and professionally rewarding. The fact that there is an emerging startup community in Telluride is what drew us here and it has helped us continue to scale our business.” While Fresh Monster flew the coup to Denver, leaving Telluride to house its business on the left and right coasts, roughly three years from its post-accelerator launch in town, its products are now sold in more than 3,000 stores in the U.S., including some of the biggest retailers in the world, Target, Wal-Mart, and H-E-B among them. And it was early funding from investors, including the Telluride Venture Fund, totaling $700,000, which contributed to the company’s ability to scale so quickly and successfully. Being able to build a company in one of the most inspiring settings on the planet is clearly a major draw. In addition, the Foundation board sees one more bang for their bucks: enhanced branding that comes from happy entrepreneurs like Fresh Monster, also Hyperlite Mountain Gear, LifeDojo, Thimble.io and Side By Side Pet Nutrition, all successful graduates of TVA who took their shows on the road, high on their experiences in Telluride. Hard to buy that sort of advertising.

"Telluride is incredibly special to me, and having entities like TVA involved in creating an ecosystem supportive of innovation and entrepreneurship makes this community that much more unique and important,” Whitman explains. The Telluride Venture Accelerator was founded by entrepreneur and philanthropist Jesse Johnson in conjunction with Paul Major to further innovation and entrepreneurship for young, high-growth business ventures. “The impact TVA and its community has had in our region has far exceeded our expectations of six years ago when we started this venture within the Foundation,” says Johnson. “Back then, if you were someone looking at Telluride and asking what was going on here around innovation and entrepreneurship, you would have gotten blank stares. Now, it is fair to say that, without exaggeration, Telluride is a global leader amongst mountain communities in the accelerator and start-up space. If that is what this community could create in six short years, imagine where we will be in another six.” Since 2016, Marc Nager has worked as VP of Innovation for the Telluride Foundation and Managing Director for TVA. “The Telluride Foundation has established a reputation as one of the most progressive community foundations in the nation. The challenges we face in Telluride serve as a microcosm reflecting many dynamics happening across the country – like the need to create jobs in rural communities and preserve a middle class. Efforts like TVA prove Telluride is a great sandbox for playing around with new approaches to some of the systemic challenges we face as a nation. The dream of being able to live and work as a professional in the

“Over a thousand startup accelerators have emerged in the US over the past decade, but Telluride is the smallest town we know of in the world to host such an initiative,” adds Nager. “The unique dynamics of operating in a remote, rural context has led us to test out new models such as our special alternative funding offering and our hybrid on-site/ remote program. As a member of the Global Accelerator Network, we are helping to lead some of the innovation happening within the national accelerator space.” As young as it is, TVA has produced offspring, including Telluride Angels, a casual group of angel investors who meet up to four times a year and hear pitches from highcaliber startup ventures from across the nation; the Telluride Venture Fund (TVF), highly aligned with TVA and now on its third fund with most of the investment being made into companies in the region; Telluride Loan Fund focused on supporting established and growing businesses in San Miguel, West Montrose and Ouray counties; and Mountain Ventures Summit, an annual conference that brings together over 100 leaders from more than 20 mountain communities across the nation to discuss strategies and tactics for creating more diverse and sustainable economies in mountain towns such as Telluride. This winter, TVA also created Telluride Works, a shared workspace and community of local creatives, entrepreneurs, and freelancers, located above the historic Roma Bar. Their combined energies, like all the aforementioned initiatives, collectively serve to boost Telluride’s seemingly unstoppable mojo.

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T E L L U R I D E T R A N S F E R WAREHOUSE

by Susan Viebrock of Telluride Inside and Out

PHOENIX RISING

On February 6, 2018, the day Elon Musk flung his red Roadster beyond the Mars orbit towards an Asteroid Belt, Town Council gave the green light to pursue the visionary design for the revitalization of Telluride Transfer Warehouse based on the design proposed by the New York-based, award-winning architectural firm LTL. The plan is for the reincarnated space to once again serve as, well, a warehouse – but this time, a warehouse (for the transfer) of the arts (writ large), under the guidance and supervision of Kate Jones, executive director of Telluride Arts, a regional rainmaker. But exactly how will that vision play out? The lead architect on the project is David Lewis, one of the “Ls” in LTL. He tells it like it is – or will be. “Our design for Transfer Warehouse transforms the space through a creative engagement between old and new, past, present and future, between flexible and highly calibrated spaces,” explains Lewis. “The project respects

the existing stone walls by inserting a new multi-story wood volume within them to create a climate-controlled space for exhibitions. Stone and wood respect the building’s heritage, but we also are introducing the latest, most sustainable materials, state-of-the-art timber technology to provide warmth and character throughout. The large space between the old stone walls and the new timber volume is the great hall: the perfect place for gatherings and events. The new structure will feature an open and flexible lobby, complete with place for coffee and tea next to the museum shop, small exhibition space for featured local artists and offices. The main gallery is on the second floor. The large, flexible space will accommodate a diversity of art forms. On top is the roof bar and an open deck, designed to give the public a spectacular place to build community, while taking in the panoramic view of the box canyon. Between the new timber volume and the historic stone walls is the main circulation stairway, which connects the performance and film space in the lower level with the top floor. Overall, the project aims to amplify the future of Telluride by cultivating a dynamic relationship to its past and supporting its present, evolving needs.”


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Roof bar and open deck.

“ to engage and amaze ...to spread the light

from within the light-filled space.” And the Warehouse programming?

But also the best of all possible worlds.

Will form follow function?

Summing up Jones’s goal for the resurrected structure: to engage and amaze.

Will LTL’s exciting design prove to be a powerful magnet that attracts and produces world-class cultural events, potentially of international acclaim?

To spread the light from within the light-filled space.

Jones answers thoughtfully, walking the fine line between staying true to the ethos of the Telluride region, that unrestrained, untamed, and unfiltered mountain lifestyle we celebrate, at the same time channeling that spirit into a vision for the future. “We see the Warehouse as quintessential Telluride—planned by and for the local community – and yet big enough to be responsive to inspiring global impulses.” Her overall strategy focuses on local talent and on cuttingedge, contemporary programming across mediums made possible in Telluride by the caliber of the beautifully conceived and designed Warehouse venues. Telluride Arts’ initiatives in the Warehouse will complement the Library and Ah Haa, its simpatico neighbors on Telluride's “art corner” at Fir & Pacific.

The main gallery will be located on the second floor.

Spaces in the phoenix of a building will provide state-of-theart options for film, plus opportunities for performing artists to offer intimate concerts. Radio and TV broadcasts in the vein of Tiny Desk Concerts and thought-provoking curated, traveling museum shows combined with lectures and educational programs are also part of the plan. The (almost) 4,000-square-foot open gallery space in the Warehouse is unique in the region. LTL is designing that as a white box or blank canvas for curators and artists to fill with edgy, provocative, large-scale installations by established and emerging artists from near and far. Even in its current fetal state, the Warehouse has inspired the Ballet Collective to film a dance; Yonder Mountain to film an impromptu music video; and local artist Katy Parnello to install choreographed light and wood works. All things for all people? Yes.

A performance and film space will be on the lower level.

ABOUT THE WRITER: Susan Viebrock is the founder and editor-in chief of Telluride Inside ... and Out, an e-zine that focuses on the unique Telluride lifestyle, people, places and things to do. She has covered Telluride's cultural economy for 20+ years. Read more great articles from Susan at www.tellurideinside.com.

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AREA DEVELOPMENT

TRANSFER TELLURIDE Telluride

$2,950,000 - $8,500,000 Brian O'Neill & Marty Stetina

Centrally located in the heart of Town, Transfer Telluride promises to be Telluride's most acclaimed address. These 3 to 5-bedroom residences are steps from the gondola and Colorado Avenue with inspiring views, refined mountain modern interiors and premium custom finishes. Award-winning Aspen architects, CCY, blends rich materials and textures found throughout town with a fresh and forward look that responds to Telluride's historical context. Open concept living, spa inspired bathrooms, three terraces and attached garages create a residence that lives like a single family home. Transfer Telluride supports the continuation of the arts and the preservation of Telluride's history. TransferTelluride.com

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AUBERGE RESORTS AT ELEMENT 52 Telluride

$1,100,000 - $6,000,000 Brian O'Neill & Marty Stetina

The Auberge Resorts at Element 52 are a unique enclave of luxury 2 to 5-bedroom residences offering full turn-key services and amenities. Jump on the property’s private ski lift for seamless ski access, enjoy the owner’s ski lounge offering private lockers, boot-dryers, along with ski rental and tuning services. Two heated soaking pools are situated in the inner courtyard. Just steps away is the Spa at Element 52. The Auberge Resorts at Element 52 are the epitome of service, comfort, and luxury with an unrivaled location within the town of Telluride. Simply the best. Element52.AubergeResorts.com


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CIMARRON MOUNTAIN CLUB Cimarron

$3,400,000 Brian O'Neill & Marty Stetina

A 1,750-acre wilderness preserve and cat-ski resort with more skiable terrain than Aspen, located between Telluride and Crested Butte. Just 15 adventurous families will share this amazing property. While skiing is a significant part of the story, summers are equally magical with access to thousands of acres of private lands and wilderness, as well as 15 stocked ponds and a 20-acre lake. The plans call for a highly appointed Lodge with 6 guestrooms, and 3 four-bedroom cabins for the Members enjoyment. Members will receive a site to build their own cabin, at their leisure. CimarronMountainClub.com

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MOUNTAIN VILLAGE


MOUNTAIN VILLAGE

Mountain VILLAGE

Only a 15-minute scenic gondola ride from the Town of Telluride, Mountain Village is perched at 9,500ft on the south side of the Telluride Ski Resort. Enchanting everyone with its modern alpine elegance, Mountain Village charms the most discriminating guests with its luxury hotels and condos, grand mountain residences, stylish boutiques, innovative dining, world-class Spa at the Peaks Hotel and championship golf course.

Core The heart of Mountain Village, the Core represents the ultimate in convenience with proximity to gourmet restaurants, shopping, the gondola, skiing and other year-round recreational pursuits. Here you will find a mingling of luxury hotel residences offering 24/7 services plus condominiums in every shape, size, and function. Golf Course Avid golfers will experience the comforting privacy surrounding the golf community in Mountain Village. Telluride’s breathtaking par 70, 6,574 yard, 18 hole, resort golf course is nestled among the 14,000ft peaks of the San Juan Mountains. A private club for members as well as a public course for locals and guests, the Telluride Golf Course runs along some of the finest homes and condominiums in Telluride. Slope Side Unlike many resort communities, Telluride and Mountain Village both offer true ski-in/out condos, townhomes, luxury homes and hotels bordering the world-class Telluride Ski Resort. These sought after properties ensure you spend your time on the slopes, not getting there. Whether you’re in the market for a grand slope side residence or a luxurious condominium with ski valet and posh amenities – Telluride has ski-in/out properties to fit every lifestyle and budget.

Real Estate Report # of Closed Sales

Highest Sale Price

Lowest Sale Price

Median Sales Price

Median $/s.f.

Average Sales Price

Average $/s.f.

Sold Volume

Si n g l e Fa m i l y H o m e s 2017

26

$7,850,000

$1,250,000

$2,700,000

$646

$3,660,000

$669

$95,160,000

2016

20

$7,500,000

$770,000

$2,900,000

$507

$3,474,700

$567

$69,494,000

2017

92

$4,800,000

$125,000

$1,153,750

$624

$1,333,691

$609

$122,699,575

2016

82

$3,825,000

$98,000

$1,046,000

$580

$1,202,807

$579

$98,630,149

2017

18

$1,300,000

$188,300

$637,500

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$617,233

--

$11,110,200

2016

12

$895,000

$196,000

$737,500

--

$668,625

--

$8,023,500

Condominiums

Va c a n t L a n d

*Closed sales do not include deed restricted properties (local's housing). All data from the Telluride Multiple Listing Service. Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.

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MOUNTAIN VILLAGE


MOUNTAIN VILLAGE

166 & 172 COUNTRY CLUB DRIVE Mountain Village

Price Upon Request Brian O'Neill & Marty Stetina Designed by CGY Architects of Aspen, this stunning custom home enjoys breathtaking views with great proximity to the Mountain Village Core and gondola. The highest end finishes and details are found throughout 6,364 square feet built by James Hughes Construction.

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438 BENCHMARK DRIVE Mountain Village

$7,450,000 furnished Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

Direct ski access, craftsmanship, elegance, and privacy define this magnificent residence and guest house, nestled directly slope side on Galloping Goose ski trail. Impeccably finished with details such as aspen chinking between logs and inviting dry-stack stone with battered columns, your senses will immediately be stimulated when you walk through the front door. Meticulously maintained, the main house and guesthouse epitomize perfect scale, cozy for two or ideal to host extended family over the holidays. On a generous 1.8-acre lot, the 5 bedroom, 8 bath main residence is beautifully intertwined by heated walkway to an idyllic 2 bedroom, 3 bath guest house. A generous three car garage with caretaker apartment round out this sublime estate.


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133 VICTORIA DRIVE Mountain Village

$7,595,000 furnished Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

Elegance and privacy in an unparalleled setting define this impressive home. Capturing dramatic views of the Sneffels Range and overlooking the pond on the 16th green with ski-out access, this elegant 7 bedroom, 10 bath residence leaves no stone unturned. Ceiling-to-floor windows in the great room bring the stunning outdoors in. Uniquely styled bedrooms, each with a bath, warmly accommodate family & guests. The recently remodeled kitchen, Sherle Wagner bathroom fixtures plus walnut floors and trim add an element of sophistication unmatched in today's marketplace. Recent upgrades include new chandeliers and light fixtures, outdoor furniture, new flat screen TVs in guest bedrooms plus recent rental history.

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141 SUNDANCE LANE Mountain Village

$6,750,000 furnished Brian O'Neill & Marty Stetina

Rare offering in a prestigious neighborhood where estate sized lots and homes, slopeside ski access, tremendous views and sunshine reign! This home has all the characteristics the discerning buyer is looking for in a mountain retreat. Designed by Jodie Wright, there are cozy gathering places where family and guests can convene for intimate experiences. Each of the four bedrooms has its own bath and a fifth bedroom with bath can easily be created for even greater accommodations. Home systems have all been update with state-of-the-art equipment.


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120 SNOWFIELD DRIVE Mountain Village

$6,800,000 furnished Brian O'Neill & Marty Stetina

Finally a log home re-imagined to modern day standards! Beautifully appointed in a way that one feels like they are in a modern day ski home, this 5-bedroom home with sleeping loft will delight those who are looking for a slopeside residence. The ski access is perfect, yet very private with stunning mountain views and adjacent expansive open space. There is a large unfinished lowerlevel with potential for a significant additional living area.

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187 SAN JOAQUIN ROAD Mountain Village

$4,900,000 Mike Shimkonis & Asa Van Gelder

Quantity & quality abound in this 2+ acre secluded estate tucked into a mature spruce & aspen forest a short distance to ski trails. The multi-generational home design presents ideal space to gather family & friends. This home is an 8 bedroom sleeping haven with two bunk rooms, a guest suite & a caretaker's quarters offering a substantial rental income opportunity. Enjoy the huge deck, BBQ patio, wet bars & private hot tub zone. Topping it off is a rare and roomy four-car garage. Tune into the solitude or turn up the volume. It's your choice! 187SanJoaquin.com


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184 COUNTRY CLUB DRIVE Mountain Village

$6,250,000 furnished Denise Scanlon

This beautifully finished Mountain Village home has it all and it won't last long at this price. It is a true family legacy property that has been updated and well taken care of. Easy ski and golf access, easy walk to the Mountain Village core and Gondola, amazing Mt. Wilson views and dramatic sunsets. With 7 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms there is room for all of your family and friends. This home creates the perfect mountain lifestyle with a chef's kitchen, six fireplaces, ski locker room, oversized hot tub, sauna, steam shower, extensive game room, outdoor patio area with a custom fireplace and numerous gathering areas to make lasting memories.

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123 SAN JOAQUIN ROAD Mountain Village

$4,300,000 furnished Eric Saunders

Designed with an open floor plan, this 5-bedroom ski home includes a towering great room and multiple spaces in which to gather & entertain. Enjoy an easy walk to the gondola and grocery store, great ski access, fantastic views and privacy that adjacent open space provides. This property has it all: 2 master suites, 5 fireplaces, 3 steam showers, temperature controlled wine room, hot tub, 3-car garage, air conditioning, humidification, smart home system as well as multiple outdoor spaces. Huge rental potential.

Residing on a ridge adorned with stately spruce and fir, this wonderfully executed home affords

128 SINGLETREE RIDGE Mountain Village

$3,695,000 furnished Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

stunning views in multiple directions. You have the choice to wake up every morning to either, iconic Wilson Peak as your first image of the day or the impressive Sneffels range from two elegant master bedrooms. The open floor plan on the upper level provides perfectly positioned, massive windows that capture magnificent 270° views. Plaster finish throughout, warm, thoughtful furnishings, an office, bunk room, workshop, 2 car garage and media room complete this idyllic 5 bedroom, 5.5 bath Mountain Village retreat.


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99 PENNINGTON PLACE Mountain Village $4,700,000 Damon Demas

538 BENCHMARK DRIVE Mountain Village

$5,300,000 furnished Jesse DiFiore

An extraordinary 1.34 acre parcel with end-of-road privacy. The 7,723 s.f. home, overlooking and adjacent to both fairway #6 and #12, enjoys massive views to the San Sophia Ridgeline, the Wilsons and acres of open space. Outstanding decks and enormous stone patios create an enjoyable outdoor living area, complete with built in bbq and hot tub. Interior spaces include a lovely main level with formal living and dining area,separate large office area, master bedroom & bath. The lower level family room is top notch, separate media room, wet bar, beautiful floor to ceiling fireplaces and guest master. Upper level consists of 4 bedrooms and baths.

Nestled at the top of Benchmark Drive this secluded, ski-in/ski-out property is a true Colorado chalet. The flat 5.2 acre lot features views of the San Sophia Ridge plus a forest of privacy like not other Mountain Village Ski-in property. This Mountain Village chalet features 3 bedrooms, 4 baths plus an oversized 4 car garage. The chalet can be redeveloped into guest quarters if one chooses to build a family retreat. A unique legacy property, with perfect ski access which borders the National Forest. Telluride's premier mountain bike trail, Prospect runs along the west border of the property.

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MOUNTAIN VILLAGE

119 LODGES LANE Mountain Village

$3,578,000 furnished Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

5 ELKSTONE PLACE Mountain Village

$2,750,000 furnished Brian O'Neill & Marty Stetina

A freestanding condo that lives like a single family home, 119 Lodges is perfect for entertaining with seven spacious bedrooms and easy ski access to the Sundance Ski Trail via the Lodges on Sundance ski bridge. Replete with the desirable amenities of a large media room, billiards room, sauna and hot tub, this sunny, beautifully appointed log and stone home is ideal for extended family and guests. The size and location make for a great rental opportunity when not occupied for personal use.

Steps from the ski slopes, Elk Pond, the Mountain Village Core, shopping market, and gondola to the Town of Telluride, the Elkstone lifestyle is highly desired for its close proximity to the luxuries of Mountain Village living. Wonderfully proportioned spaces and tasteful furnishings round out a few of the many highlights of this unique and spectacular mountain modern 4-bedroom residence.


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101 PALMYRA DRIVE Mountain Village $3,947,000 Mike Shimkonis

This 4-bedroom, two-floor ski home on nearly a half acre is meticulously maintained and a short, downhill walk to and from the ski trails. The floor plan offers single-level living with the master bedroom, kitchen, dining and family rooms all on the main-level when not entertaining family or friends. The finishes and furnishings are higher-end and the livability of the property is very attractive. The views are excellent and there is a generous backyard and privacy. 101Palmyra.com

207 WILSON PEAK DRIVE Mountain Village

$3,300,000 Polly Leach-Lychee & Eric Saunders

Bridging the gap between Colorado tradition and architectural sophistication this house is tucked into the pines on the very private Wilson Peak Drive. Wrapped in an impressive wood and stone timber-frame design with distressed, wide planked floors, the 5-bedroom, 4500+ square foot residence is the perfect family home with just the right flair for entertaining. One lot from the ski run with dramatic Dallas Peak Views, this time-honored home includes a spacious guest house.

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TRISTANT 304 Mountain Village

$2,195,000 furnished Brian O'Neill & Marty Stetina

SEE FOREVER CABIN 107 Mountain Village

$1,425,000 furnished Eric Saunders

Excellent ski access and only a short walk to the gondola & Core area. This townhome offers a superior level of finish, including high-end kitchen with soapstone counters and backsplash, custom cabinets and Viking appliances. Rich walnut floors, plaster walls, 8 inch knotty alder base and casing and custom built ins. Includes a heated walk-out/flex level with opportunities to create additional, bedroom(s) ,gym/spa, media center or numerous other options.

This stand alone cabin(no shared walls) at See Forever has recently gone through a major remodel. The cabin offers incredible light, views and feel. Walk into this light and bright cabin and enjoy views of the ski area, Wilson and sunsets. The open floor plan has a mountain chic feel with high end appliances, in-floor radiant heat and on grade convenient access to the Gondola. Hassle free ownership with all the services and amenities of The Peaks hotel, including ski in/out, ski valet, on-site management, 42,000 square foot spa with pools, hot tub and workout facilities. A single family feel with amenities and hassle free ownership. Excellent rental income. Expansion potential on lower level and fully furnished and move in ready.


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TELEMARK A

Mountain Village $2,300,000 Mike Shimkonis & Asa Van Gelder

One of the most private 3 bedroom townhomes in the core blended into an outstanding ski-in/out location and the added benefit of being pondside create an idyllic setting for this finely finished, remodeled home. Facing the ski trails yet tucked away into a pocket of forest with a stone patio leading to coveted yard space, this family friendly corner residence is an easy walk to the gondola. It features views of the iconic Wilson mountain range, a bunch of storage and four separate sleeping areas. TellurideTelemarkA.com

BELVEDERE 9 Mountain Village

$2,195,000 Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

The epitome of Penthouse living is apparent when you enter this one level, ideally located unit. Two master suites located on either end of the home, a bunk room and guest bedroom flow effortlessly among a spacious kitchen, dining room and great room. Revel in the expansive Sneffels Range, Down Valley and Little Cone views from the living room or while soaking in the hot tub on the generous deck. The elegant Belvedere Park complex is a short stroll from skiing, shopping and dining in the MV Core and provides the perfect combination of proximity and privacy. Underground parking, custom built closets, 2 storage lockers and a private elevator provide additional amenities to this rare, one level, 4 bedroom offering.

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154 SAN JOAQUIN ROAD

LOT 630, DOUBLE EAGLE DRIVE

A fantastic view lot comprised of .23 acres with easy ski access (ski-in, walk-out) and lots of sunshine! All the attributes that make for the perfect site for a beautiful ski retreat.

Directly across from the 5th tee box and blessed with dramatic mountain views. Bordered by open space & located only two minutes to the ski lifts and five minutes to the gondola. Lot630MountainVillage.com

$775,000 Brian O'Neill & Marty Stetina

$595,000 Mike Shimkonis

LOT AR24R, LAWSON POINT

MOUNTAIN LODGE 3218 - 3220

A rare 1+ acre parcel on the golf side with 360° views on a cul-de-sac in a community with tennis and basketball courts. Less than five minutes to the gondola, grocery, ski area, hiking & biking trails. LotAR24.com

Location is the theme for this up-to-date 3 bedroom penthouse with unobstructed San Sophia Ridge views. Lodge amenities include: bar/ restaurant, pool and hot tubs, and direct ski access.

$525,000 Mike Shimkonis

$590,000 furnished Polly Leach-Lychee

MOUNTAIN LODGE 4207 - 4209

LOT 628H, DOUBLE EAGLE WAY

Upgraded, top floor corner 3-bed ski-in/out condo overlooking Double Cabins ski trail and open space. Featuring hotel services, ski valet, restaurant, pool, hot tub and steam room. MtnLodge4207-4209.com

One of the best Golf Course lots. End of cul-de-sac privacy with adjacent open space. Sunny, quiet, aspened lot with intimate but protected views. Just a one minute drive to the lifts. Lot628HDoubleEagleWay.com

$525,000 furnished Mike Shimkonis

$497,000 Mike Shimkonis

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LOT 353, ROCKY ROAD Mountain Village

$1,700,000 Josh & Katja Rapaport

110 DOUBLE EAGLE WAY Mountain Village $1,394,000 Mike Shimkonis

This 1.9 acre premier lot sits adjacent to the Marmot ski run. Located in an exclusive neighborhood at the top of Rocky Road, this property is just steps from great hiking and skiing. Enjoy huge views to the North, West and South from your mountain masterpiece. The seller hired Marmol Radziner, one of the top architects in the country to design an incredible mountain contemporary home on this lot. Architectural plans, engineering report, topographic surveys are included in the purchase.

This timber and stone house features an elevated family room, decks and other spaces creating a feeling of being among the tree tops. A large 3-car garage offers lots of room for outside toys. Adjacent open space in the backyard leads to a Nordic and walking trail in the winter. Appreciate the sound of nature in a quiet neighborhood. Located two minutes from skiing. 110DoubleEagleWay.com

95 PENNINGTON PLACE Mountain Village

$795,000 Josh & Katja Rapaport

95 Pennington features all day sun on a gently sloping lot to the west. It has views in every direction, from Wilson peak to the South, the La Sals to the west and the San Sophia ridge to the north. At 1.1 Acres, this lot can accommodate a home of almost any size. The neighboring lots are currently built, which will allow the owner to choose their design accordingly. One of the best golf course lots in Mountain Village.

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233 BENCHMARK DRIVE F

ASPEN RIDGE FRACTIONAL 31C

Own a 6-week interest in a 3-bedroom log home including 2 fixed weeks at New Years. Enjoy an open floorplan, outdoor patio and hot tub with grand views. Can be purchased with Unit C for a total of 12 weeks.

Inviting and comfortable townhome quarter share with easy access to skiing, the Mountain Village Core and the gondola. Own a piece of Telluride at a fraction of the price. Seller will consider financing.

$200,000 furnished Denise Scanlon

$195,000 Denise Scanlon

233 BENCHMARK DRIVE C

LOT 389, 130 AJ DRIVE

Own a 6-week interest in a 3-bedroom log home. Enjoy an open kitchen and great room, a beautiful outdoor patio/BBQ and hot tub, & grand views. Can be purchased with Unit F for a total of 12 weeks.

This .98-acre lot offers scenic views of Saint Sophia Ridge and Aldasoro Ranch. A gently sloped building site allows for a unique home design. Tap fees of $10,000 are already paid to Mountain Village!

$157,000 furnished Denise Scanlon

$350,000 Brian O'Neill & Marty Stetina

22 BOULDERS WAY

INN AT LOST CREEK FRACTIONAL 405

This is one of the least expensive lots in the entire Mountain Village and the owner wants it sold. This is a desirable end lot that enjoys exceptional views of the ski resort, Palmyra Peak, Gold Hill & Sneffels.

5 Week Ownership. This 1-bed/1-bath luxury unit enjoys excellent proximity to skiing, golfing, restaurants, shopping, and more. Hotel amenities include: concierge, ski/golf valet, and access to Peak's Spa.

$109,000 Adam Black

$55,000 furnished Eric Saunders

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LOT 515, RUSSELL DRIVE

GRANITA 102 B COMMERCIAL

Well situated .5+ acre lot adjacent to the 15th hole at the Telluride Golf Club. Five minutes to skiing. Plenty of mountain views too. Tap fees have been paid for a home up to 3,000 s.f. Lot515MountainVillage.com

Excellent commercial location within Granita Building. Lots of windows and light. Conference room,private offices and open area work spaces, kitchenette and heated parking

$495,000 Mike Shimkonis & Polly Leach-Lychee

$790,000 Damon Demas

LOT 517, RUSSELL DRIVE

MOUNTAIN LODGE 3207 - 3209

This lot overlooks the 15th fairway with excellent south-facing exposure and direct mountain views. Flat, easy site to build. Owners have skied in and out of the parcel with easy effort. Lot517MountainVillage.com

A rare opportunity in a sellers' market to pay fair price for a top floor corner 3-bed ski-in/out condo. Featuring deluxe hotel services & a turn key rental/property management program. MountainLodge3207-09.com

$460,000 Mike Shimkonis

$479,000 furnished Mike Shimkonis & Asa Van Gelder

LOT AR29, SINGLETREE RIDGE

LOT 802, 121 ARIZONA STREET

A unique knoll lot provides spectacular views of Wilson Peak, Sunshine Mountain, down valley sunsets, plus Iron Mountain and Campbell Peak. An excellent mix of aspen and stately fir.

Trees, views, open space, and a dead-end street are some of the big benefits of this .9-acre lot. Quick proximity to skiing, gondola, market and adjacency to the 13th fairway of the golf course. 121Arizona.com

$380,000 Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

$390,000 Mike Shimkonis

Mountain Village

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TOWN OF TELLURIDE AREAS

Town of

TELLURIDE Surrounded by the majestic, 13,000+ft peaks of the San Juan Mountains, the over a century-old Town of Telluride is just six blocks wide and twelve blocks long. The National Historic District is a window into the town’s illustrious past with its colorful Victorian homes and clapboard storefronts. A free gondola provides transportation between Telluride, Mountain Village, and the world-class ski resort for skiers & pedestrians alike.

Gondola Corridor The gondola corridor is located in the heart of Telluride’s historic district and offers a nice mix of Victorianstyle homes, modern condos, and a few select hotel properties. This neighborhood affords easy ski access and proximity to downtown restaurants, shopping and nightlife, as well as the complimentary Telluride gondola. West End - Lift 7 Area The greatest concentration of Telluride condos are located next to Lift 7 and along the San Miguel River; they offer lower price points coupled with convenient ski access. Zoned for short term rentals, this area allows owners to recoup some investment costs when they aren't using their property. East End This sunny side neighborhood is close to Town Park, where all Telluride's signature music festivals are held. Many of the residences enjoy iconic views of the Box Canyon in a refined residential setting. Idarado Legacy is an exclusive community just a few minutes east of downtown and offers some of the most dramatic views in the area. Just Outside of Town Heading west out of Telluride; Eider Creek, Hillside, & Lawson Hill offer more affordable real estate opportunities, including deed-restricted options.

Real Estate Report # of Closed Sales

Highest Sale Price

Lowest Sale Price

Median Sales Price

Median $/s.f.

Average Sales Price

Average $/s.f.

Sold Volume

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31

$6,666,750

$865,000

$2,175,000

$992

$2,838,129

$996

$87,981,986

2016

28

$6,200,000

$875,000

$2,150,000

$917

$2,371,330

$991

$66,397,230

2017

99

$4,900,000

$146,000

$672,500

$685

$860,427

$747

$85,182,271

2016

69

$3,425,000

$140,000

$650,000

$718

$923,219

$741

$63,702,115

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14

$2,450,000

$556,250

$1,049,500

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$1,195,304

--

$16,734,250

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16

$2,375,000

$200,000

$1,567,750

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$1,378,469

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$22,055,500

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372 PANDORA LANE Idarado

$9,495,000 Brian O'Neill & Marty Stetina Located in the breathtaking setting of Telluride’s box canyon, this modern masterpiece will take its place among Telluride’s finest residences. Expansive glass, a thoughtful floorplan & 2,000 s.f. of outdoor living spaces embrace the 360° monumental views, Royer Creek and natural surroundings of this spectacular valley. Located on one of the best lots in Idarado, which is quickly becoming Telluride’s most sought after neighborhood, affording privacy in a national park setting just one mile east of town. 5 bedrooms in main house plus separate cottage on 2.5 private acres. Scheduled for completion late summer 2018, with pre-completion sale options to personalize interior finishes still available. A site visit is the only way to truly appreciate this setting and extraordinary residence.

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ELEMENT 52 E5 Telluride

$5,200,000 Brian O'Neill & Marty Stetina

Unrivaled in-town location at the base of the Telluride Ski Resort, this dramatic three-story penthouse-styled residence offers towering ceilings framed by encased wooden beams, complimented by stone and plaster walls. Walnut and polished concrete floors, punctuated by the finest fixtures and appliances. Panoramic views of historic Telluride and 13,000 ft peaks. Expansive decks, gourmet kitchen, formal dining and multiple guest suites will satisfy the most discriminating buyer. The property's amenities include a private ski lift, ski lounge, heated soaking pools, owners spa, guest reception area, owner/guest lounge and bar area.


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301 NORTH OAK STREET Telluride

$5,675,000 furnished Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

Situated on a preeminent oversized lot on the NW corner of Oak St. and Galena Ave., 301 N. Oak is an iconic Victorian, originally built in 1900 and exquisitely remodeled in 2008. Adorned with 4 bedrooms and 5 baths, the generous main level floor plan includes a newly remodeled, gourmet kitchen, intelligently designed mud room and several guest bedrooms with southern light and expansive views. The thoughtful design includes a lovely second level master bedroom with private deck plus a spacious lower level rec/media room with pilates studio. Incredible outdoor living spaces feature a south facing, spacious deck with remarkable views of the Box Canyon, the Telluride ski area and Ballard Peak. Enjoy a private hot tub, carport and separate garage.

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537 WEST GALENA AVENUE Telluride

$3,500,000 Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

Relax on your south facing deck while listening to Cornet Creek and enjoy views of the iconic Telluride Ski Area runs such as Spiral Stairs, Plunge and Bushwacker. This bright, elegant home and guest house reside on an oversized lot in a private neighborhood only a short stroll to the center of Telluride. A beautifully finished kitchen, with gorgeous center island, overlooks the living room, adorned with a limestone surround fireplace and expansive glass that takes in stunning views and light. Enjoy three wonderfully scaled bedrooms in the main home plus a media room and a fourth bedroom in the cozy guest house. A private, quaint yard adjoins the two homes and a one car garage plus separate carport will handle all your parking and storage needs.


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118 LIBERTY BELL LANE Idarado

$4,900,000 furnished Aric Maloy

This gorgeous stone house was originally built in 1930 and moved to its current location within the highly coveted Idarado Subdivision. Recently completed in 2017. An incredible collaboration between Sante Architects and Chandler Homes has transformed this one of a kind property into a modern oasis with original stone, beautiful wood accents and custom metal work throughout. A Mountain Modern design with hints of its mining history, this is the perfect enclave for a small family or active couple. There is also a studio apartment on the back side of the mining inspired garage that boasts some of the best views of the box canyon.

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128 EAST COLUMBIA AVENUE Telluride

$2,450,000 Patrick Pelisson

229 NORTH SPRUCE STREET Telluride

$2,750,000 Allison Templin

This charming three bedroom, three bath Victorian gem is located in Telluride’s best neighborhood in historic downtown, just one block off Colorado Avenue - walking distance to all Telluride has to offer. Recently remodeled, this family home is full of charm and character - white picket fence, tin ceiling in master, marble tile baths. It enjoys expansive views of Bear Creek from the second floor deck, a private hot tub, and a classic Telluride front porch. Warm antique fir kitchen, custom built-ins, and abundant natural light. The house can potentially be expanded another 800-1000 sq ft by digging out and finishing the 5+ foot crawl space.

Conveniently located downtown compound with great potential. Two homes on a 5,875 sf double sized lot. The Victorian front house features 4 bedrooms and 3 baths - remodeled in 1994. The alley house features 3 bedrooms and 3 baths. Keep as a duplex or convert to a large single family home. Great deck and yard with incredible views of Bear Creek, the box canyon and ski resort.


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ELEMENT 52 E2 Telluride

$3,384,000 furnished Brian O'Neill & Marty Stetina

408 W. COLORADO AVENUE Telluride

$3,195,000 Adam Black

Located on a ski-in/ ski-out site at the base of the Telluride Ski Resort offer extraordinary convenience, privacy and amenities. This three level, four bedroom residence offers exceptional details throughout, complimented by stone and plaster walls, walnut and polished concrete floors, punctuated by the finest fixtures and appliances. Element 52's amenities include a private ski lift, heated pools, guest reception area with a full service bar, gym and spa. Recently furnished by Tweed Interiors, this unit is located in the highly coveted East building adjacent to the river.

Located only 1 block from the center of Telluride, this 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom residence with 2,347 sq ft enjoys the ultimate in convenience. Wood beams and custom lighting create a unique cabin feel in this comfortable family home. The house has never been rented and remains in pristine condition, however it would generate solid rental revenue if desired. Relax in your private hot tub on the back deck as you take in the alpenglow sunsets and unobstructed ski area views after a day on the slopes. Life doesn't get any better! Two vacant lots to west of home are also on the market, see page 54.

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TBD W. COLORADO AVENUE Telluride

$2,650,000 Adam Black

316 EAST GALENA AVENUE Telluride

$1,995,000 furnished Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

LOT P3 Idarado

$1,750,000 Eric Saunders

Extremely rare find! - Two vacant, non-conforming lots side-by-side in downtown Telluride provide an incredible opportunity to build a large structure, or multiple structure compound. Located on Colorado Ave (Main Street), it doesn't get any more convenient. Incredible views of the ski area to the south and mountains with red rock cliffs to the north. Four bedroom home to the east is currently on the market, see page 53.

Abundant light and expansive glass grab your attention immediately when you enter this 3-bedroom gem. The comfortable, open floor plan beckons casual entertaining with family and friends. A spacious, south facing deck affords stunning views of Wasatch and Ballard Peaks. New hardscape, lawn, exterior deck, walk-out patio and fencing accentuate the cozy appeal. There is room for expansion with or without covered parking.

This 1.22 acre lot enjoys almost 200 ft of river frontage and is 1/2 mile and minutes from Telluride. The lot offers an easy building site with potential for up to 7,000 s.f. of living space and since it is just outside the town limits allows for a much more flexible design and ease of approval. Enjoy sweeping views of the Telluride Valley, a wonderful mix of Aspen and Spruce trees affording privacy and the sound of the San Miguel River year round.


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566 W. COLORADO AVENUE Telluride

$2,295,000 furnished Josh & Katja Rapaport

ELEMENT 52 W102 Telluride

$2,150,000 furnished Brian O'Neill & Marty Stetina

This elegant and tastefully furnished home is ready for your next ski vacation! Recently remodeled, this splendid Victorian features 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and flex room for all your family needs. It is conveniently located between chair 7 & 8 and just a short walk to the shops, restaurants, and downtown. Enjoy a fenced in yard in both the front and back and a spacious south facing deck overlooking the mountains.

Located in the sold-out West building, this beautifully appointed single-level 3 bedroom is located on the corner of the building, allowing views to the Northerly San Sophia Ridge, as well as to Ajax peak to the East; all from the main living quarters. Unmatched Town of Telluride ski-access compliments a private full-service ski lounge, European style ski lift, on-site spa, soak pools, and gym.

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MOUNTAINSIDE INN 203 & 202

RIVER CLUB PLATINUM FRACTIONAL

Two hotel style rooms along the river & steps away from skiing at Lift 7. Great for short term owner usage and as short term rental with excellent rental revenue history.

3 Week Ownership. Telluride's most sought after fractional ownership club consisting of a 2-bedroom with 3 premium weeks, including Christmas, plus preferred space available. This interest type is rare.

Unit 203: $183,000 & Unit 202: $175,000 Damon Demas

$118,000 furnished Will Downing

MOUNTAINSIDE INN 145

RIVER CLUB GOLD FRACTIONAL

Ski-in/out, top-level condo moments from the river & downtown. Includes a kitchenette, mini-fridge, & updated finishes. On-site management with consistent rentals. TellurideMtnsideInn415.com

One prime winter week, one prime summer week, one float week plus space available. Ski and golf membership while in residence. River Club is the Premier fractional ownership opportunity in Telluride.

$179,000 Mike Shimkonis

$75,000 furnished Kiki Froberg

RIVER CLUB GOLD FRACTIONAL

RIVER CLUB SILVER FRACTIONAL

3 Week Ownership. This 2-bedroom unit has one prime winter week, one prime summer week, and one float week. With ski access and minutes away from the gondola you will not be disappointed.

Silver Membership, priced to sell! One early winter week, one prime summer week. Ski and golf membership while in residence. River Club is the Premier fractional ownership opportunity in Telluride.

$65,000 furnished Eric Saunders

$35,000 furnished Kiki Froberg

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ELEMENT 52 A4

PLUNGE J

Tremendous value! This spacious 2-bed, 2-bath residence enjoys the conveniences of a central location, effortless access to full service ski lounge, private European-style ski lift, heated pools, spa, and gym.

Incredible views & easy ski access from this recently remodeled 3 bedroom across from lift 7 and the river trail. New wood floors, custom lighting, soapstone counters, stainless appliances, furniture & more.

$1,100,000 furnished Brian O'Neill & Marty Stetina

$1,045,000 furnished Adam Black

LOT 2, TOMBOY ROAD

ETTA PLACE TOO 111

One of the best developable lots in the Town of Telluride with unobstructed panoramic views. This is your opportunity to craft a one of a kind that is destined to be a jaw dropper.

Enjoy a RARE corner residence with HUGE box canyon views. Ski directly to the base of this updated 2-bedroom steps away from the river, bus stop & a short walk to downtown. Hot tub & pool. EttaplaceToo111.com

$795,000 Aric Maloy

$790,000 Mike Shimkonis & Asa Van Gelder

547 1/2 WEST PACIFIC AVENUE B

ICE HOUSE 206

This 939 square foot property is in the middle of the busy West Pacific corridor and includes two parking spaces. Real Estate only, Veterinary Clinic business for sale separately. Potential room for expansion.

This 1-bedroom is beautifully appointed with a European-style kitchen and clean contemporary finishes. Enjoy the spa, hot tub and steam room. Conveniently located just 100 yards from the Gondola on the river.

$939,000 Denise Scanlon

$590,000 furnished Allison Templin & Jesse DiFiore

Telluride

Telluride

Telluride

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Neighboring MESAS

Home to some of the most exclusive addresses in Telluride, the neighboring mesas offer a well-balanced blend of convenience, privacy, and awe-inspiring views. With such close proximity to the Town of Telluride and the Telluride Ski Resort, there is no need to forgo convenience for privacy. Deep Creek Mesa lies north of the Telluride Valley Floor, bathed in sunshine and reveling in a panorama of views from the Town of Telluride to the Wilson Range and everything in between. The Telluride Regional Airport resides here at 9,070ft and is North America's highest commercial airport. South of Telluride, just beyond the ski resort, Turkey Creek Mesa unfolds through stands of old growth aspen and wildflower meadows. Majestic views of iconic Wilson Peak and Sunshine Mountain are the focal point of this stunning area.

DISTANCE TO TELLURIDE Deep Creek Mesa - 5+ miles to Telluride Aldasoro Ranch, Deep Creek Ranches, Diamond Ranch, Falls at Telluride, Golden Ledge, Gray Head, Last Dollar, Meadows at Deep Creek, Redtail Estates, and Sunnyside Ranch Turkey Creek Mesa - 5+ miles to Telluride Alta Lakes, Elk Run, Preserve, Raspberry Patch, Ski Ranches, Skyfield, and West Meadows

Real Estate Report # of Closed Sales

Highest Sale Price

Lowest Sale Price

Median Sales Price

Median $/s.f.

Average Sales Price

Average $/s.f.

Sold Volume

Si n g l e Fa m i l y H o m e s 2017

22

$3,590,000

$715,000

$1,660,000

$426

$1,808,409

$423

$39,785,000

2016

16

$3,400,000

$655,000

$1,385,500

$428

$1,649,622

$438

$26,393,957

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12

$3,725,000

$275,000

$513,250

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$904,729

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$10,856,750

2016

9

$2,275,000

$365,000

$465,000

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$757,778

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8121 PRESERVE DRIVE The Preserve

$8,300,000 furnished Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) With 13 bedrooms, 11 and 2-half baths, this irreplaceable estate provides a perfect balance of contemporary and rustic interiors. Wide plank Douglas fir flooring with dovetail accents in the dining and living room present a warm tone that is accentuated by a grand wood-burning fireplace and massive views of Wilson and Sunshine. Each room includes uniquely stylized bathrooms and exquisite views. Outdoor living spaces include lovely stone patios, a quaint landscaped courtyard with hot tub and nearly 2 miles of internal trails. 18,892 s.f. of living space on 28 acres includes a main residence, two guest cottages, caretaker's residence, horse barn, lighted paddle tennis court, deeded parking and storage in Mountain Village.

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LOT 8, SUNNYSIDE RANCH Sunnyside Ranch West $3,487,000 Polly Leach-Lychee

182 QUAKEY LANE Ski Ranches

$2,495,000 Eric Saunders

Regal & dramatic are the underscoring elements of this end-of-the-road, Sunnyside knoll-top 35-acre lot, located so close as to see the lights of Telluride, yet peacefully far from the hustle bustle. The surrounding views range from Dallas Peak, the ski area, the Wilsons, Dolores and Lone Cone Peaks, all held in a surreal hush, with only an occasional hawk's cry to break the silence. 10 minutes to downtown, 10 minutes to a private enclave with all day sun, and all night views of the celestial ring, are your personal Telluride backdrop.

Set on 2.37 acres, this is arguably the best lot in Ski Ranches. The hilltop setting is adjacent to 16 acres of open space allowing for maximum privacy and staggering views from virtually every space in the home. Meticulously maintained and designed with an open floor plan, this 4 bed home with a detached 1 bed guest house consist of over 6,000 SF of living space and the entire top floor encompasses a master suite and office with wall to wall windows. The home benefits from multiple areas to gather with friends and family, including a family rec room and a wrap around deck and lawn that beckon you outside. Relax by the wood burning fireplace and enjoy year round sunsets and all day sun. Quick easy access to skiing and Telluride.


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307 BASQUE BOULEVARD Aldasoro Ranch

$2,995,000 furnished Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

Nestled in a grove of aspen on a perched homesite, this handsome home constructed of substantial logs, elegant stone and copper roof, provides a signature view of Wilson Peak and Sunshine Mountain while looking over the Ilium Valley. Four generous en suite bedrooms, gourmet kitchen and open floor plan, ideal for entertaining family and friends plus lower-level media room are comfortably designed among 5,025 s.f. Soak in the sunken hot tub, commune with the resident herd of elk while re-living your incredible ski-day or favorite local hike. Complete with 3-car garage, workshop and exercise room plus expansive decks.

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LOT 83, MIGUEL ROAD

LOT 136, WEST SERAPIO

Listed below what it sold for in 2001 with views that encompass what is often referred to as the most dramatic mountain scene in the United States. 3.31+/- acres with uncommon, flat yard space and homesite.

Unique southwest orientation and compelling views of Wilson Peak and surrounding mountains. A completely private location at the top of Aldasoro Ranch, adjacent to privately held large acreage parcels.

$725,000 Will Downing

$595,000 Damon Demas

LOT 1, 102 ALDASORO BOULEVARD

LOT 125, BASQUE BOULEVARD

An absolutely tremendous value on a dramatic view parcel very close to the Town of Telluride! This property receives all the sun and views available in the Telluride Valley.

This property is nearly 3 acres and borders abundant open space. On a cul-de-sac street with patches of aspen, the gently sloping building site offers big views and southern exposure. Lot125Aldasoro.com

$475,000 Brian O'Neill & Marty Stetina

$455,000 Mike Shimkonis

LOT 26, CRISTINA'S WAY

LOT 44, QUAKEY LANE

Known for long days filled with abundant sunshine and the biggest views in the Telluride region, Lot 26 is one of the premier first filing lots nestled in the aspen with commanding views.

Gently sloping 1.78-acre lot with full set of plans and engineering for home included. Views to Wilson and west should be achievable with aspen tree clearing for homesite / septic field.

$575,000 Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

$295,000 Damon Demas

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72 DEER PARK LANE Ski Ranches

$2,100,000 furnished Brian O'Neill & Marty Stetina

LOT 73, JOSEFA LANE Aldasoro Ranch

$865,000 Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

LOT 16 Elk Run

$950,000 Patrick Pelisson

Secluded amongst towering aspen, this stately custom Ron Bercovitz designed stone and timberframe residence set on over 1 level acre overlooks a tranquil pond and creek. Copious architectural elements beautifully embrace 4,522 s.f. with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The triple height roof of the great room is embraced by rustic timber trusses framing an idyllic river rock, wood-burning fireplace. Giant picture windows bring views and encircling aspen inside.

Lot 73 affords a perched, gentle building site on 4.29 acres, taking advantage of some of the region's most impressive views. Aldasoro Ranch amenities include a private trail system, Dial-aRide and easy access to a vast network of hiking and mountain bike trails in the National Forest. This ideal lot, located at the end of Josefa Lane affords southern exposure and close proximity to Telluride and Mountain Village.

Perched high on a knoll top and encompassing 6.7 Acres this lot offers unmatched views and privacy. The potential homes site provides unobstructed views. The property directly boarders thousands of acres of National Forest allowing for hiking, snowshoeing and other outdoor recreation directly out of your front door. Elk Run is a private, gated community located on Turkey Creek Mesa just south of Mountain Village.

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Outlying MESAS

Other opportunities for a gentler, more relaxed pace of life can be found on Telluride's outlying mesas. Historic cattle ranches and century old homesteads coexist graciously with newer estates in the fertile valleys and mesas. Nowhere else in the west will one find 50 to 2,000 acre parcels with more profound views, abundance of wildlife, all with proximity to culture and recreation.

DISTANCE TO TELLURIDE Wilson Mesa - 12+ miles Elk Creek Reserve, Muddy Creek Meadows, Ptarmigan Ranch, and Wilson Mesa Ranches Hastings Mesa - 14+ miles Alder Canyon Ranches, Beaver Pond, Cradle Park Ranches, Finnegan Ranch, Hastings Mesa Estates, Last Dollar Tracts, Little Lake Ranches, Old Elam Ranch, Pleasant View, San Juan Vista, Telluride Pines, and Willmeng Springs Specie Mesa - 20+ miles Estate Ranches, Great American, Little Cone Ranch, Peninsula Park, Peninsula Pines, Peninsula Point, Specie Mesa Ranch, Specie Wilderness, The Peninsula, and Top of the World Iron Springs/Horsefly Mesa - 25+ miles Anderson Ranch, Big Valley Ranch, The Bluffs, Brown Ranch, Canyon Creek Ranch, Colt Meadows Ranch, Cornerstone, Dancing Bear Ranch, Eagle Ridge Ranch, Elks Summit, Frontier, Golden Bear Ranch, Gracie Sky Mountain Ranch, Lakes at Carstens Ranch, McKenzie Spring Ranch, Panorama Acres, Rosorado, and San Juan Ranch

Real Estate Report # of Closed Sales

Highest Sale Price

Lowest Sale Price

Median Sales Price

Median $/s.f.

Average Sales Price

Average $/s.f.

Sold Volume

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10

$1,100,000

$315,000

$675,000

$278

$651,900

$304

$6,519,500

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10

$2,062,000

$135,000

$590,000

$195

$724,200

$301

$7,242,000

2017

13

$3,100,000

$28,000

$175,000

--

$525,000

--

$6,825,000

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$500,000

$219,000

$295,000

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$312,555

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THOMPSON RANCH Specie Mesa

$15,400,000 Brian O'Neill & Marty Stetina It is very rare that a property of this quality and size becomes available in the Telluride region. The Thompson Ranch includes 1,400 stunning acres with a special mix of lush aspen forest, meadow, ridge and canyon. The property borders USFS, BLM, State and private lands. The acreage sits outside an HOA and is free from conservation easements. The ownership has retained its agricultural property tax status.

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192 TOP OF THE WORLD DR. Specie Mesa

$2,960,000 Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

LAUGHING DOG RANCH Specie Mesa

$2,650,000 furnished Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

Are you ready to live in a serene setting beneath Little Cone amongst quaking aspens and roaming elk under quiet cobalt skies? If so, then immerse yourself in the creature comforts of 192 Top of the World Ranch. Set amongst 57 tranquil acres with an ideal blend of gentle meadows, aspens, a placid pond plus frontage on Specie Creek. This elegant stone and log home affords 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. The easy living open floor plan that flows from the grand living room into the dining area and spacious kitchen. Dog lovers will be in heaven if desirous of a spacious indoor kennel which can also be converted to a hobby room. A separate lower level kitchen and generous rec area round out this immaculately constructed home.

Situated amongst serene aspen, Laughing Dog Ranch defines ranch living at its finest. Comfortable, elegant interiors splashed with abundant light bring the outdoors in and provide an ideal sense of balance. Six separate structures, perfectly positioned, allow for a variety of recreational pursuits. Enjoy workouts in the exercise room, tending your garden in the greenhouse, and saddling up the horses to explore 104 gorgeous acres. The 4-bedroom main residence and 1-bedroom guesthouse are part of 7,753 s.f. of total improvements.


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BAKER RANCH

Iron Springs/Horsefly Mesa $11,750,000 Brian O'Neill & Marty Stetina

A rare find located within a 35 minute drive from the historic town of Telluride. The ranch consists of 2,107 acres with a unique blend of open pasture, Pine, Aspen groves, Gamble Oak and spectacular ridge. The Baker Ranch is filled with abundant wildlife and privacy. The ranch borders BLM, State of Colorado and private property. The northern portion is protected by a conservation easement. A small cabin is perfectly placed on the southern portion and captures views of Wilsons, Sneffels Range, Little Cone and the San Miguel River Valley. The Baker Ranch has retained its agriculture property tax status and is a very special property.

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TRACT 13-5 Specie Mesa

$990,000 Hunter Anderson

DAMN NICE RANCH Wilson Mesa

$863,000 Polly Leach-Lychee, Josh & Katja Rapaport

LOT C, POSEY ROAD Wilson Mesa

$680,000 Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

Located just 25 minutes from Telluride, this 199-acre parcel provides a very private setting with views of the surrounding mountains. The property offers multiple homesites, open meadows, aspen groves, old growth spruce/ponderosa and two creeks. The property is bordered by BLM on 2 sides and hunting is steps away from one of the main homesites. Access is year-round and easy with only 2 miles of dirt roads, which is rare for a mesa property.

Nestled on an escarpment with dramatic mountain views from Wilson to Dolores Peaks, this home site was the pick of the litter. The guest house is a cozy 1 bedroom with magnificent views and sunny southern exposure. The Main House exudes a distinct 70’s flavor, with double timber framed Octagons, and sweeping views overlooking the pond and southern peaks. Enjoy access to over 400 acres of common lands & direct access to National Forest.

Immerse yourself in the tranquil setting that features a private homesite with exquisite Wilson Range and Down Valley views. This haven for wildlife includes a flat meadow, beautiful stands of aspen and dark timber. This parcel represents superb quality and value for 35 acres on Wilson Mesa.


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25 WEST ANDERSON ROAD Wilson Mesa

$1,915,000 furnished Polly Leach-Lychee

This contemporary, Studio Frank designed 3-bedroom home sits on a knoll-top 20 minutes from Telluride. Built with an eye for detail, Italian travertine and walnut floors with in-floor radiant heat, honed granite counters and 2 gas/wood fireplaces are among the impeccable finishes. Enjoy the local 300 days of sunshine from 3 outdoor patios. An outdoor enthusiast’s dream, right outside the door, with national forest access, and 400 acres of open space, hikers, skiers, horse riders, and naturists will be quick to call this extraordinary turn-key residence their own. The peace and serenity abound for the writer or seeker of re-spirit.

Beautifully appointed, private ranch setting with ample sun and a spacious floor plan; this

315 BLUFF VIEW DRIVE Iron Springs Mesa

$1,850,000 furnished Brian O'Neill & Marty Stetina

7-bedroom, 6-bathroom, 7,617 s.f., Lipkin-Warner designed contemporary home captures abundant natural light and panoramic views of the Sneffels Range. The tastefully designed and fully furnished custom home includes a gourmet chef’s kitchen, home theater, master suite with sitting area, in-home gym, hot tub, 2 steam saunas, attached 3-car garage with caretaker’s quarters and more. 38 mature acres provide both space and privacy within the easily accessible Bluffs neighborhood and close proximity to the Uncompahgre National Forest.

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LOT 71, WILSON MESA RANCHES Wilson Mesa

TBD GOLDEN EAGLE DRIVE Horsefly Mesa

A special 7+ acre parcel adjoining the beautiful grazing lands of Sound of An idyllic 40 acres of flat usable terrain featuring dramatic 180° views of the Sneffels Range. A great mix of dark timber and aspen round out a Music Ranch. The parcel is bordered on one side by additional open superb value! space and stunning 360° mountain views. Lot71WilsonMesa.com

$377,000 Mike Shimkonis

$210,000 Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

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LOT 7, LITTLE CONE RANCH

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Over 35 private acres, bordering BLM land with a lovely building site, Private 7-acre lot with close proximity to national forest and Lizard Head Wilderness Area. A gentle knoll consisting of flat grassland is surrounded 180º panoramic views of the Telluride Ski Area, Wilsons and Saint by stately aspen, featuring an up-close and personal view of Little Cone. Sophias. Aspen and wildflowers abound on this amazing view lot.

$225,000 Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

$339,000 Albert Roer

TRACT 6, LITTLE LAKE RANCH

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This very private, end-of-the-road, 35-acre parcel is covered with tall old aspen and magnificent ponderosa. Interspersed with sunny meadow enclaves and ridgeline views that go all the way to Utah.

Located just over 11 miles to the town of Telluride is this 35+ acre parcel that borders BLM land without covenants. Septic, well and off grid power will be your utilities here.

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$119,000 Asa Van Gelder

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Amazing mountain and valley views from 120 acres perched on the rim for extreme privacy and seclusion with a nice mixture of spruce and ponderosa trees. Consisting of 10+ mining claims.

Rare combination of 3 adjacent 35 acres tracts only 20 minutes from Telluride. Enjoy superb Hayden and Wilson views with open meadows and beautiful aspen. Go solar or access grid power nearby.

$695,000 Adam Black

$650,000 Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

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End-of-the-road 50 acres on the ridgeline with 300º views. This ultra private parcel backs on to sunny mountain meadows and an old growth aspen forest, with several nestled sites for your secluded hideaway.

Enjoy unbeatable views of the Sneffels Range, Cimarrons and Wilsons from this knoll homesite. Comprised of 133.50 acres in the gated San Juan Ranch. Year-round access, only 35 minutes from Telluride.

$625,000 Polly Leach-Lychee

$480,000 Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

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LOT 21, LITTLE CONE RANCH

A designated building site in the trees of this 7-acre parcel creates a spectacular setting for a ranch-style home just 25 minutes to Telluride. Horse commons and riding trails nearby. Lot89WilsonMesa.com

Offered below current market, Lot 21 has a secluded meadow at this stunning end-of-the-road, and ‘’top-of-the-hill’’ location. Big views also to the north and south as you drive in, as well as a variety of forest fens.

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$449,000 Polly Leach-Lychee

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ILIUM TO AMES & OPHIR TO TROUT LAKE

Ilium to Ames & OPHIR to TROUT LAKE

The South Fork of the San Miguel River cuts through the beautiful Ilium Valley just a few miles southwest of Telluride. As the river meanders further south, it passes by the tiny hamlet of Ames, home of the world's first hydroelectric plant to produce and transmit alternating current electricity. Crossing Highway 145 and heading east, the historic mining town of Ophir sits in its own pristine valley on the southern side of the ski resort, dramatically enveloped by nearly 14,000ft peaks. Continuing south down Highway 145, the community of Trout Lake is centered around a majestic, high-alpine lake of the same name. A jumping off point for many summer and winter activities, Trout Lake is near Lizard Head Pass (10,222ft) and is in the midst of thousands of acres of national forest service land.

DISTANCE TO TELLURIDE Ilium to Ames - 7+ miles Ptarmigan at Ilium, Lake Fork Junction, and South Fork Estates Ophir - 13+ miles San Bernardo to Trout Lake - 13+ miles Hidden Lakes, Pathfinder, San Bernardo, and Trout Lake

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$750,000 Kiki Froberg

LOTS 9 & 10, AURUM STREET Ophir

$205,000 Allison Templin

LOTS 3 & 4, GRANITE AVE. Ophir

$155,000 Asa Van Gelder

Own the whole block! 10 flat, contiguous lots high on the North side of ophir with gorgeous views. Rezoning may be required to obtain the rights to build. A fantastic opportunity for the right buyer.

Views! Sun! Open Space! A rare opportunity to own a premier homesite in Ophir, CO. Located on the corner of Aurum and 3rd St. in old Ophir, this 2 lot homesite is arguably one of the best parcels in Ophir. South facing lots allow solar gain and enjoy beautiful views into Waterfall Canyon. Open space to the north and east forever protects the views.

Locals and second homeowners alike find Ophir peaceful, sunny and inspiring. A short 20 minute drive to Telluride brings the benefits of a world class ski area, endless summer festival options and employment opportunities. Then retreat home to the serene Ophir valley and hike, backpack, mountain bike or back country ski from your door! Build your dream home now.

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OUTSIDE AREAS Aptly nicknamed the "Banana Belt", the Down Valley area follows the river canyon west down Highway 145. Sited amongst magnificent red rock cliff bands and along the winding banks of the San Miguel River, the Down Valley areas of Sawpit, Placerville, & Fall Creek enjoy fairer weather from an almost 1,200ft drop in elevation. Resplendent with unique charm and character, the outlying communities that make up the Telluride region have a personality all their own. These amiable towns offer an alternative to the hustle and bustle of Telluride. While these communities present more budget friendly properties – they still feature beautiful mountain views, convenient river access, newly constructed homes and sprawling ranches.

DISTANCE TO TELLURIDE Sawpit - 12+ miles I Placerville/Fall Creek - 15+ miles I Rico - 30+ miles I Norwood - 35+ miles Ridgway - 40+ miles I Ouray - 50+ miles I Dolores - 65+ miles I Montrose - 65+ miles

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STONER RANCH Stoner

$10,300,000 Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) The Stoner Ranch represents an unrivaled opportunity to own 321 acres of paradise in Southwest Colorado’s Dolores River Valley. This landmark ranch is located on the famous San Juan Skyway and is 50 minutes from the Telluride Ski Area with immediate access to Highway 145. The property embraces over a mile of the Dolores River and adjoins the San Juan National Forest, providing direct access to thousands of acres of public land in addition to alpine ski touring access to the former Stoner Ski Area. The iconic Stoner Ski Lodge has been remodeled into a comfortable 11-bedroom home ideal for family living or corporate entertaining and is undergoing a current upgrade of the great room, dining area and kitchen. The property includes a remodeled historic ranch manager's home, large, well-kept barn, an outdoor riding/events arena, trout pond and several historic sheds and outbuildings. This classic working ranch includes perimeter and cross fencing and 80% of the land is devoted to cattle grazing with 70% of the land under irrigation. This jewel of the Dolores Valley is adorned with abundant wildlife and the stretch of the Dolores River running through the property is replete with superb trout habitat, providing some of the region's most productive fly fishing. This one-of-a-kind offering affords additional recreational amenities including alpine skiing, Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, mountain biking, hiking, wildlife viewing and hunting.

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79750 HIGHWAY 50 Cimarron

$4,394,000 Marty Stetina & Brian O'Neill

A mere 16 miles from the conveniences of town, this fully irrigated and highly versatile 320 acre estate enjoys ample water rights, a historically sited ranch home, multiple outbuildings, horse stalls, fenced pastures and rolling hills. Revel in an abundance of diverse wildlife right out the back door, as deer, elk, turkeys and more traverse between the property and the neighboring vacant parcels, including adjacent BLM land and a 1200 acre conservation easement. On-site and nearby hunting opportunities abound, while the Gunnison River offers some of the finest fly fishing in the lower 48.


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52032 WEST FORK ROAD 38 Dolores

$2,995,000 furnished Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

Nestled along the banks of the pristine West Fork of the Dolores River, this quintessential square log cabin represents the epitome of creekside living. This private, indigenous style 2-bedroom cabin resides on 91 acres completely surrounded by forest service land and steps away from one of the most productive fly fishing streams between Telluride and Dolores. Relax on your sun drenched deck, take in the views of majestic red rock cliff bands, catch a brown trout in the shade of the bridge, hike to your waterfall and rest in a secluded meadow that features picture frame views of Gladstone Peak.

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110 45Y ROAD Norwood

$1,775,000 furnished Polly Leach-Lychee

71201 WINCHESTER TRAIL Montrose

$1,385,000 Josh & Katja Rapaport

BACK COUNTRY INN Norwood

$1,450,000 furnished Polly Leach-Lychee & Denise Scanlon

Lush 144 acres with an energy efficient home ringed by mountain views. Farmers Ditch runs through the property (great water rights), in addition to 3 ponds. The main house is a visual delight, with intricate detail at each turn, with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and large entertainment areas. No restrictions, no covenants, no homeowner's association. 71 acres also offered at $595,000

A 70-acre private ranch nestled against the adobe hills in Montrose, Colorado. The home features 4,242 s.f., 4 bedrooms, and 2.5 bathrooms with commanding views of the valley and mountains beyond. The property comes set up with a 2,450 s.f. horse barn/workshop, a 1,200 s.f. storage barn, and an exterior hookup for a camper. Whether you enjoy horseback riding, atv’s or hunting, this ranch has a private access to an extensive BLM trail system of several thousand acres.

Be your own boss! The builder/owner (who teamed to build the Madeline Hotel) went down to the studs with new electrical, new sewer, new plumbing, new landscaping and new quality finishes. The 1.55 acres has plenty of room for expansion. The back of the property houses more income producing modular apartments, and has set ups for 7 RV spaces. With excellent management in place and over $1,650,000 in seller vested costs, this is an excellent investment property.


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2901 COUNTY ROAD 17 Ouray

$2,350,000 furnished Polly Leach-Lychee

One of Ouray County's icons, The Gilbert Mountain Hideaway of 117 acres sits above it all, overlooking the Ouray Box Canyon with several meadowed benches and old growth aspen. The property joins up to BLM lands, adjoining national forest. These historic ranch lands have abundant decreed water rights and springs. An access drive off of County Road 17 at the big ponderosa tree brings you through the dark timber forest past a picturesque pond, to this amazing homesite. Currently a substantial log lodge stands on the bluff. A visit to this home will bring you back in time to the old time ranching of the west.

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33 shares of Farmers Water are included with these stunning 95 acres. Fertile and fenced pasture land with incredible hillside views of Lone Cone and the Norwood Valley.

Highly coveted neighborhood with private pond and incredible views! The home sits on 5.36 acres bordering BLM land for extreme privacy with 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, two large decks & a fenced in back yard.

$475,000 Josh & Katja Rapaport

$625,000 Adam Black

RICO THEATER

26 SOUTH ARGENTINE STREET

At almost 8,000 s.f. the property is a cafe and music/ theater venue. Comes complete with all FF&E. Perfect for live events, theater, private parties and general frivolity. Rico is only 23 miles to Telluride.

This 3 bedroom, 2-bathroom gem affords a serene view of the tranquil Dolores River Valley. Elegantly finished with travertine countertops in the bathrooms, oak floors, a custom kitchen, and a spacious deck.

$370,000 Eric Saunders

$315,000 Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

383 SOUTH AMELIA STREET

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On the western edge of Ridgway with views to the Cimarron Ridge and the Ouray Box Canyon. Easy build and short walk to town. Property borders a larger parcel which provides extra buffer to the south.

Lot 19 faces south overlooking the Cimarron Mountains and the Ouray Box Canyon. Lot 20 is ideally located with Cottonwood Creek to the north and it's an easy walk to ''downtown'' Ridgway.

$129,000 Josh & Katja Rapaport

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21938 HIGHWAY 145 Placerville

$949,000 Brian O'Neill & Marty Stetina This custom built, open concept 3,655 sf log home is located on 3.46 private acres. The property boasts abundant sunshine, fire pit, hot tub, plush lawn and gardens, a 50 amp RV hookup, and a 3+ car garage. The home includes many custom kitchen and bath features, including steam shower, granite countertops, and jacuzzi tub. The southerly facing home is comfortable and warm and reaps the benefit of all day sun and beautiful views of the surrounding red rock cliffs.

21475 HIGHWAY 145 Fall Creek

$880,000 Will Downing On the banks of the San Miguel River, sits this warm and efficient 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom home with garage and fenced yard. The serene sounds of the river and the proximity to Telluride offer both privacy and convenience. This desirable location and the organized space of the two-level home provides value and comfort. A low maintenance metal roof, cedar siding, heated garage and ample space will add to your appreciation of this tranquil property.

SKI DALLAS RANCH Placerville

$849,000 Adam Black The Ski Dallas Ranch sits on a private and diversely treed 80 acres, has a spring fed water system and Leopard Creek running through the property. The home was built in 2004 and is a very solid structure composed of 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. There are two lots, so one could be split off and sold by the future owner. Activities that are on site or very close by include, hunting, fishing, hiking, biking, skiing, snowmobiling, horseback riding and more!

191 TRUNK ROAD Shadohoochi Hill

$725,000 Polly Leach-Lychee A sunny family home with quick access to Telluride, and directly adjacent to acres of BLM lands. Remodeled with an updated kitchens and bath with large decks, this private and quiet location invites you to enjoy the balmy climate of Telluride's ''Banana Belt''. Nicely Landscaped on 1. 64 acres with ample pasture, and even a horse stable. A tidy garage and workshop are ideal for the weekend tinkerer. The finished basement has it's own entrance for long term guests. This is a well maintained property. Make it your own Telluride Oasis.

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at Telluride Properties THE TEAM

ALBERT ROER Managing Partner

Albert graduated from Skidmore College in 1985 with a bachelors degree in Business/Accounting, and promptly moved to New York City to work for The Synchron Corporation, a real estate development firm. He became a licensed Real Estate Agent in 1987 and was hired by the Canyon Ranch Organization, as a financial analyst. Albert moved to Telluride in 1991 where he headed up the accounting department for the Peaks Resort & Spa until 1999. In October 1999 he became one of the founding Partners of FlightOne, a Telluride based air charter and fractional aircraft ownership program. Albert was hired by Telluride Properties in September 2002, and named President to over see day-today business operations, he became a managing Partner in 2004. Albert also served as Director and Treasurer of the Telluride Hospital District Board from 2006 - 2014 and is the past President of the Telluride Ski Ranches and Granita Building HOA boards. 970.708.5527 I albert@tellurideproperties.com

POLLY LEACH-LYCHEE Owner/Broker Hailing from Nantucket whaling stock, raised on Cape Cod and educated in Aspen and Lahaina, the resort lifestyle and real estate investment business are obviously Polly's niche. Her sales and executive skills were honed in San Francisco while building "Sunventure of Sausalito" into the largest travel agency in Marin County -- with an exclusive executive and celebrity clientele. Polly spent the next twenty two years selling real estate in Telluride, believing that an educated and satisfied customer is always a top priority. Polly also competes in "3-Day Eventing" -- the Olympic sport of English riding -- which requires concentration, persistence, boldness and mutual trust ... the very same traits that foster a positive and successful real estate experience. Polly heartily welcomes those who are drawn to the pioneer spirit of Telluride. 970.369.5333 I plychee@tellurideproperties.com

STEPHEN CIECIUCH (Chet-chu) Director Steve has honed his skills for nearly 3 decades in all facets of real estate including historic renovation, land planning and development, plus significant residential, commercial, land and condominium sales. His real estate career began in Aspen in 1987 and transitioned to Telluride when he became the managing broker for Telluride Properties in 1990. Steve is consistently recognized as a leading performer within the brokerage community and has several successful ranch subdivisions which he helped plan, list and sell in their entirety from inception, including: Ptarmigan Ranch, San Juan Ranch and Elk Creek Ranch. He has served on several non-profit community boards, recently being named to the Mountain Film Festival board. An accomplished skier, fly-fisherman and pastel artist, Steve has 2 US National Powder 8 Championships to his credit. With a sterling reputation for hard work with the utmost integrity, he provides impeccable service to satisfied clients year after year. A devoted family man, Steve and his wife Kendall are raising two daughters, Jula and Ruby, . 970.708.2338 I stevec@tellurideproperties.com


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DAMON DEMAS Seasoned Broker Damon feels fortunate to have lived and worked in Telluride for the last 27 years. His tenure at Telluride Properties approaches 22 years. Damon began his career in the local ​real estate​market a ​ s a Certified Residential Appraiser for the San Miguel County Assessors office in 1992. This experience provided him with a unique perspective on all property types and their underlying values. This insight, coupled with h ​ is 2 ​ 2 years ​at Telluride Properties ​as a real estate Broker, has proved invaluable in establishing an unsurpassed knowledge of Telluride regional real estate. Whether it’s a luxury estate on the ski run, mining claims high in the hills or hidden gems along the San Miguel River, Damon is glad to share his knowledge and expertise with you. Damon​and his wife E ​ laine, have raised two treasures in Telluride's happy valley - Chrysanthe, a Bowdoin College graduate now living & working in Aspen and Sam, a recent graduate of University of Colorado. Elaine is the Vice President of special initiatives for the Telluride Foundation. 970.708.2148 I ddemas@tellurideproperties.com

BRIAN O'NEILL Director Upon graduating from Brown University, Brian started out as a project planner for a commercial real estate development firm in Boston. He moved to Telluride in 1989 for a winter of skiing and when asked why he stayed, Brian says "because of the community." Since joining Telluride Properties in 1998, Brian has been a top producer with a focus on high-end properties and development projects. His mission is to provide the most thorough, professional and insightful service possible. Brian's favorite part of his job is getting to know his clients and matching them with the perfect property. The Telluride community has greatly supported Brian personally and professionally, he feels honored to return the favor by volunteering his time for community causes. Brian is an avid outdoor enthusiast who started in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and Cape Cod, with a brief respite while playing football at Brown, he has gone global with his adventures. Today his greatest adventure is chasing his two young boys, Quinn and Grayden. 970.708.5367 I brian@oneillstetina.com

MIKE SHIMKONIS Director After being employed at the Walt Disney Company for several years, I continued my career in the entertainment and outdoor industries by settling in Vail, Colorado in 1987 and moving to Telluride in 1993. Being considered a top pick for understanding the subtleties of sales, marketing, positioning, and guest services in the ski industry I branched into real estate in 1999. I have a strong understanding of our communities, home values, and market trends along with negotiation skills and my ability to keenly listen. My performance has earned me a position as one of three directors at the company, and I want to put that same drive and knowledge to work for you. Overall, I am a real guy and I love the Telluride area and I love real estate. I truly enjoy the process, the people, and the relationship at the end of it all. Making the process smooth and seamless is what I do best and my skills are top notch. Let my experience benefit YOU today – and trust an expert with one of life's largest transactions. Live the Good Life in Telluride! 970.708.2157 I shimmytelluride@gmail.com

ALLISON TEMPLIN Broker Associate Allison hails from Hickory, North Carolina and is a graduate of the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. Although she’s a Tar Heel at heart, it was her love of the San Juan Mountains that inspired her to make Telluride her home over twenty years ago. In 2002 she embarked on her real estate career with Telluride Properties, bringing her warm southern hospitality to the region’s premiere real estate company. Allison is known amongst her clients and peers as someone who takes the time to listen and provide the best quality service with the utmost professionalism. Allison married Telluride native Matt Templin and together they are raising daughter, Cate Grace, and son, Walker, surrounded by family and the mountains they love. When she’s not in her office at the base of the Gondola, Allison can be found skiing in winter, hiking Telluride’s extensive trail system, or enjoying an afternoon at Town Park with her children during the summer. 970.708.0996 I allison@tellurideproperties.com

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PATRICK PELISSON Broker Associate Pat was named the 2017 Telluride Realtor of the Year. He applies his talents towards assisting high net worth clients with expert brokerage services. Pat advises both domestic and International travelers to Telluride. His clients include entertainers, hedge fund managers, business owners, commercial and residential developers and entrepreneurs. His commitment to hard work, confidentiality and integrity has earned him the trust and friendship of his clients. Pat advises clients with finding and valuating property, listing and marketing, negotiating purchase prices and terms, and working through the detailed due diligence process. Pat was the President for the Telluride Association of Realtors in 2015/2016, and serves as the chair of the First Time Homebuyer's Assistance Fund. The Fund helps local families afford to live and work in the Telluride area. Originally from Huntington, NY. Pat and his wife of 22 years, Maureen, moved to Telluride from San Francisco in the fall of 2000. 970.708.1384 I pat@tellurideproperties.com

ERIC SAUNDERS Broker Associate Eric discovered the incredible lifestyle of Colorado while living in Aspen for a summer in 1989, upon graduating from N.C. State University, he quickly moved back. He brings a high level of professionalism and integrity to each transaction; allowing you to relax and enjoy the buying/ selling process. He has been involved in over $100 million in real estate transactions and has guided clients through large scale and single-family developments, condo, commercial and land purchases. Eric volunteers his time as a big brother in the One to One program; is a current board member of The Just for Kids Foundation; and a former 4 year member of San Miguel Search and Rescue. He has also served as the President of the Telluride Association of Realtors and was voted Realtor of the Year in 2009 by his peers. His hobbies include skiing, mountain/road biking, scuba diving, sailing, travelling and reading. He is married to Alyssa (the best yoga teacher in town) and they have 2 spirited boys, Dylan & Cash. 970.708.2447 I saunders@tellurideproperties.com

JESSE DIFIORE Broker Associate Jesse has a long record of successfully guiding local, national and multi-national clients with their real estate acquisitions. His specific areas of expertise include luxury resort sales, transaction management, cutting edge marketing strategies, skilled negotiations, and knowledgeable analysis of property values and market trends. Jesse has spent the last 11 years living in the Town of Telluride, along with other resort communities during his adult life. He specializes in applying his expertise and market knowledge to broker a wide array of real estate properties that consistently exceed the investment goals of his clients. His experience and foresight to proactively address details before they become a problem has been an asset to the company. 970.708.9672 I jesse@tellurideproperties.com

JOSH RAPAPORT Broker Associate Growing up on the water in Connecticut, Josh had a passion for boats. His first business maintaining boats he started at the age of 14 and then progressed to managing the largest marina on Martha's Vineyard soon after graduating from Colgate. After island life, Josh moved back to CT to work for a high-end real estate development company. He excelled at accounting and business organization, but mountain living beckoned to him. Josh and his wife Katja operate under Rapaport Group, a boutique real estate company that provides real estate sales, construction, and property management for their clients. He understands the true costs of development, so he can assist clients with the potential for raw land, costs of construction, building systems, and maintenance needs. Josh helps his clients through the entire process, so no client is left in the dark after a sale. In his off time, you may find Josh flying the friendly skies in his Cessna, transporting dogs for the Telluride Animal Foundation, an organization he started with his wife. 970.708.4070 I josh.rapaportco@gmail.com


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KIKI FROBERG Broker Associate Kiki is a native of western Michigan and Chicago suburbs. Her family bought a vacation home in Telluride in the late 70's and she has been a part time (and then full time) resident ever since. After college and graduate school, Kiki pursued a career in Corporate Finance, but real estate has always been a passion for her. Her passion is evident in her work as a Realtor in Telluride. For the past 16 years, she has earned a reputation of proficiency, dedication, and authenticity among her clients and the Telluride real estate community. She is thrilled to have the opportunity work in a field she enjoys and live in this incredibly beautiful place. She currently lives in the Town of Telluride with her 16 year-old daughter. Kiki enjoys skiing, hiking, hanging out by the San Miguel, and just enjoying the magic of Telluride. 970.708.0575 I kiki@tellurideproperties.com

ARIC MALOY Broker Associate Aric grew up skiing the icy slopes of Buffalo, NY. Following years of skiing the Rockies on vacation, he finally realized his dream of living in a ski town when he moved to Telluride in 1999. Since joining Telluride Properties, Aric has been a consistent producer and a knowledgeable real estate asset to his clients and fellow brokers. "I specialize in finding my clients the best value in the region that fits their budget, lifestyle and desires." Aric is also very passionate about volunteering his time to a cause very close to his heart, the Telluride Adaptive Ski Program. TASP is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of people with disabilities. Aric loves to take advantage of the region's ample recreation opportunities. You can catch him ripping down the mountain on any given powder day with a huge grin plastered across his face, or exploring one of Telluride's many trails with his mountain bike. The remote and rugged settings of southwest Colorado and southern Utah are also home to one of Aric's favorite pastimes, canyoneering. 970.729.3400 I aricmaloy@gmail.com

ADAM BLACK Broker Associate Having been in Telluride real estate for over 12 years, Adam has helped his brokerages grow at an incredible pace in both dollar volume of sales and number of listings. Adam has what it takes to help you navigate this market efficiently and successfully. Having joined Telluride Properties at the beginning of 2012, he is excited about this new affiliation which allows him to provide clients and prospects with a higher level of service because of the solid infrastructure and well known brand that is Telluride Properties. Contact Adam anytime if you would like to gain insight from his market and local area knowledge. “I truly enjoy my job and showing property in this area is always a pleasure.� 970.729.0568 I abtelluride@gmail.com

WILL DOWNING Broker Associate I'm passionate about real estate. I have lived and worked in Telluride for the majority of my real estate career and consider myself fortunate that many of my clients have become close friends. I am a proud husband and father that has called Telluride home for over 11 years after receiving a degree in Real Estate Finance from the University of Alabama. I credit my long-term success to my local expertise and strong community connections. I introduce my clients to both a home that fits their needs, and a neighborhood and community lifestyle that matches their interests. I live here with Lacey, my wife of 6 years and we are enormously proud of our daughter, Willa Catherine. I enjoy skiing, fly fishing, climbing, travel, and live music. I am an active supporter of numerous charitable organizations including, Young Life and Compassion. 970.708.1244 I telluridewill@gmail.com

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MARTY STETINA Broker Associate Marty is partners with Brian O’Neill in the O’Neill Stetina Group. Since his move here full time in 2011, Marty has quickly emerged as one of the top producing brokers in the Telluride region having been involved in over $150,000,000 in sales during that time period. Marty’s particular focus is on high-end residential, commercial and ranch properties as well as development projects where he can utilize his 15+ years of prior experience as a real estate attorney in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania. He has extensive experience in land use, zoning, planning, environmental compliance and construction law. Marty’s thoughtful attention to detail, his friendly demeanor and his relentless work ethic separate him from his peers. Marty is a native of Philadelphia, PA, a graduate of The Hill School, and earned an athletic scholarship to play Division I baseball at Villanova University. He married his college sweetheart, Tara, and together they have 3 beautiful children. Marty is an avid skier and fly fisherman. 970.708.4504 I marty@oneillstetina.com

HUNTER ANDERSON Broker Associate Hunter comes from a strong family real estate background in Arizona. He holds a major in Information Technology from the University of Arizona’s Eller School of Management and a minor in Sports Marketing and Management. After college Hunter worked for a sports marketing company where he established relationships with leading companies throughout the sports industry. Hunter shares a youthful eye on marketing and the application of technology in real estate pursuits. He has built and developed websites and is proficient with online marketing and social media. Hunter has a Colorado Brokers Associate license and an Arizona Real Estate Salesperson license. 970.708.4660 I hunter@oneillstetina.com

KATJA RAPAPORT Broker Associate Katja bought her first property in Telluride over 15 years ago and has never looked back. She has done remodels and new builds, short-term and long-term rentals, and experienced the high’s and low’s in Telluride’s unique real estate market. She has the keen eye to spot a good investment at all price points of the market and understands the long term potential of owning in Telluride. In her free time Katja enjoys flying with her husband in their Cessna 182, climbing beautiful limestone cliffs over the Mediterranean, traveling through Europe, and gardening in her high altitude greenhouse. Having lived for a year in South America, Katja speaks fluent Spanish and enjoys working with Spanish speaking clients. If you have any questions on the best hikes, where to find fresh powder on the ski area, or where to book the best massage, Katja advises her clients so they can experience the BEST in Telluride lifestyle. Katja works as a team, under Rapaport Group, with her husband Josh Rapaport. 970.729.1272 I katja.rapaportco@gmail.com

DENISE SCANLON Broker Associate Denise Scanlon moved to Telluride in 1995 from Weston, Massachusetts. She grew up skiing and spending her summers in the White Mountains of New Hampshire in the Lake Winnipesaukee region. Denise is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts in Amherst where she earned a degree in Resource Economics. She and her husband own Telluride Landscape Company and have two boys. They spend their free time enjoying the outdoors skiing, playing hockey and traveling. Denise worked as a banker at Alpine Bank and then was a closing agent and Assistant Vice President of Telluride Mountain Title for 7 years. She brings with her extensive title and closing knowledge and has facilitated many 1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges. 970.708.2220 I denise@oneillstetina.com


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ASA VAN GELDER Broker Associate Soon after graduating from UC Santa Barbara, Asa moved to Telluride in 1993. As a Certified Residential Appraiser Asa garnered a wealth of knowledge and market comprehension from appraising $14 million estates to ski condos. Utilizing those skills and expertise, Asa made a smooth transition into real estate and has since closed over $35 million in sales while maintaining his appraiser designation. He has volunteered for various non-profits including One-to-One, Telluride Adaptive Sports, Senior Lunch, highway and trail cleanups and is a board member for San Miguel Bicycle Alliance. Additionally he served on the board of the Telluride Association of Realtors and is currently on the First Time Homebuyer’s Fund committee. Asa met his wife, Robyn, in Telluride waiting in the powder line at chair 8. Their shared passion for the Telluride outdoors is only eclipsed by their deep appreciation for the Telluride community. 970.708.1220 I asavangelder@gmail.com

MIKE WEIST Broker Associate Mike grew up in Colorado, skiing the mountains and fishing the streams of the Front Range outside of Denver. His passion for the outdoors led him to Durango in 1990 and then to Telluride in 1997. Mike’s earlier years in Telluride were spent as the opening Chef De Cuisine for Allred’s Restaurant and as a chef and wine consultant in Burgundy France. For the past ten years Mike has been guiding fly fishing trips throughout the Telluride region and he is intimately familiar with the local rivers, streams and ranch property through which these streams run. Mike also holds a Master’s degree from the University of Colorado in Colorado water policy and is involved in local and statewide water policy organizations. Mike is now working as a Broker Associate for Telluride Properties and would love to share his passion for the Telluride lifestyle with previous and new clients alike. 970.708.0011 I mikeweist@icloud.com

ANNA HENDERSON Broker Associate Originally from Marietta, Georgia, Anna Henderson holds a BA in French Language and Literature from Georgia Southern University. She moved to Telluride in 2011, the day after graduation, and has been in love with the mountains and community ever since. While spending her early years working as a sales rep for the Telluride Daily Planet, Anna found herself enamored with the beautiful homes in the paper and a passion for real estate followed suit, bringing her to join Steve Cieciuch's team as his Executive Assistant in 2015. Outside of the office, you can find Anna paddling nearby rivers and lakes on her SUP board, hiking with her rescue dog, Pedro, cross country skiing or mountain biking the local trails. 970.708.7159 I annatelluride@gmail.com

WENDY MCKEEVER Marketing Director Telluride Properties

DAIANA BARRAGAN Office Manager Telluride Properties

JAKE AMES Manager O'Neill Stetina Group

CHARLENE ABUTON Executive Assistant Shimkonis Partners

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153 VISCHER DRIVE - M o u n t a i n V i l l a g e $6,975,000

VALENTINE FARM - N o r w o o d $3,800,000 Listed by Stephen Cieciuch

560 W. COLUMBIA AVENUE - T o w n o f T e l l u r i d e $3,750,000 Listed by Aric Maloy

Listed by O'Neill Stetina Group / Sold by Mike Shimkonis

156 POLECAT LANE - M o u n t a i n V i l l a g e $3,850,000 Listed by Rapaport Group


105 223 EAST COLUMBIA AVENUE - T o w n o f T e l l u r i d e $5,771,636

ELEMENT 52 S1B - T o w n o f T e l l u r i d e $4,300,000 Listed & Sold by O'Neill Stetina Group

BEAR CREEK RESERVE - T o w n o f T e l l u r i d e $5,700,000 - $5,300,000 Listed by O'Neill Stetina Group

Listed by Allison Templin

139 ADAMS RANCH ROAD - M o u n t a i n V i l l a g e $4,160,000 Sold by Stephen Cieciuch

BALLARD PENTHOUSE 301 - T o w n o f T e l l u r i d e $4,900,000 Listed & Sold by Stephen Cieciuch

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tellurideyogacenter Be sure to visit the

bindu • boutique

located in the studio

Upstairs in the Nugget Bldg., Corner of Main St. & Fir Visit our schedule online at: tellurideyoga.com ~ ph: (970) 729-1673 Download the Mindbody Inc app to view the smart phone friendly schedule.

Drop-ins Welcome • We offer many styles anD levels


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Flip through the glossy pages of Truly Telluride to find ski-in/out condos and homes with grand mountain views and sumptuous amenities, hist...

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