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People. Places. Properties.

Covering Telluride, Mountain Village & Surrounding Areas

Volume 33

Full-Time Change Makers Part-Time Telluriders Our clients, Michael Armstrong and Norman Brodsky, share their personal stories of success, family, philanthropy and why Telluride is their refuge

Community Supported Agriculture The Daranyis of Indian Ridge Farm and Bakery are ahead of the curve in sustainable farming practices

The New Community Coalition Kris Holstrom is the change we need to make Telluride a sustainable mecca for generations to come


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155 Hood Park Road Offered at: $12,895,000

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Cabins Lane M 108 Offered at: $3,190,000 Rocky Road N 118 Offered at: $2,970,000 Adams Ranch Road O 249 Offered at: $2,900,000

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* Telluride Properties participated in the listing/selling or both of the above listed properties in 2009-2010.

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elcome to Truly Telluride

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 of the wonderful benefits of the Telluride way of life. Telluride Properties has earned a reputation as the premier award-winning real estate firm in Telluride, bringing buyers and sellers together since 1986. We understand every aspect of the market, including slopeside homes and condominiums, in-town pied-à-terres, land, ranches, horse properties and year-round residences. As a trusted advisor to our clients, we provide the most knowledgeable and effective real estate brokerage services available.

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Our brokers exhaust every opportunity to provide unmatched real estate service to our clients in an effort to create lasting relationships.

Armstrong: No Limits 4 Michael by Susan Viebrock From Detroit dock worker to IBM chairman of the board, Michael Armstrong proves hard work and determination do pay off. Special Feature: “In His Own Words,” Armstrong’s personal take on the future of the US economy. Brodsky: The Knack 6 Norman by Susan Viebrock An enthusiastic entrepreneur with a knack for turning opportunity into success, Norman Brodsky shares his personal philosophies and conviction.

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Indian Ridge Farm & Bakery: Ahead of the Curve In 2001, before it was “fashionable,” the Daranyis of Indian Ridge Farm and Bakery turned their vision of sustainable agriculture and a community supported farm into reality.

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Kris Holstrom: The Change We Need Kris Holstrom’s job is a whole lot more than hugging trees. As Regional Sustainability Coordinator for The New Community Coalition, Holstrom is all about the change we need.

10 Area Developments

The most sought-after properties in the Telluride area, from cozy mountaintop homes to sweeping ranches with exceptional views and urbane condominiums with exclusive amenities, all close to skiing and town.

Village 14 Mountain Exquisitely situated mid-mountain on the ski area’s south side, Mountain Village offers your dream: privacy, convenience and ski access in a sophisticated European setting. of Telluride 26 Town In the historic mining town of Telluride, enjoy the convenience and camaraderie of slope side condominiums, charming Victorian homes with breathtaking views and unique shops and restaurants. Area Mesas 36 Surrounding Deep Creek, Specie, Hastings and Wilson Mesa provide dramatic sweeping views with miles and miles of serenity. Spectacular estates and historic ranches await buyers seeking a tranquil retreat. Ski Ranches & Ophir Area 44 Telluride Revel in the privacy of rustling aspens and tall pines in the Telluride Ski Ranches, or follow the road south to the awe-inspiring rock walls and wildflower fields of Ophir and its neighboring areas.

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Travel west along the San Miguel River to discover spectacular views, serenity, quiet ambiance and an outdoor paradise.

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Indian Hills Ranch Hastings Mesa Located in the verdant rolling meadows of Hastings Mesa, approximately 18 miles from Telluride ... See page 38 for more details and photos. Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)


TOWN OF TELLURIDE Nestled in a box canyon surrounded by the majestic, 13,000+ foot peaks of the San Juan Mountains, the over a century-old Town of Telluride is filled with colorful legends and Rocky Mountain spirit. 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, clapboard storefronts, boutiques, art galleries, bookstores, and gourmet restaurants.

MOUNTAIN VILLAGE Perched at 9,500 feet mid-mountain on the south side of the ski area, the distinct beauty of Mountain Village entices the most discriminating guests with its luxury hotels and condos, stylish boutiques, innovative dining, world-class Golden Door Spa, and championship golf course. Enchanting everyone with its modern alpine elegance, Mountain Village is the ultimate mountain retreat, complementing the rustic charm of Telluride to create “the best of both worlds” for visitors to this spectacular area.

SURROUNDING AREAS Other opportunities for a gentler, more relaxed pace of life can be found in the areas surrounding Telluride and Mountain Village. Historic cattle ranches and century old Victorians 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.

Experiences you will find “Only in Telluride” are beyond the spectacular scenery - a fascinating mix of old and new, funky and sophisticated — culture and recreation, philanthropy and decadence. • Our gondola is free, connecting the towns of Telluride and Mountain Village, it is quite possibly the most scenic 13-minute ride you will ever experience • Everything in town is within walking distance, and if you don’t feel like walking grab the free shuttle, “The Galloping Goose” • Telluride in the summer is like one big, 5-month long festival with every weekend featuring musical performances, bike races, four-

wheeling rallies, air shows, wine tastings and film screenings...just to name a few • Telluride Public Schools are known for exemplary K-12 education programs, ranking among the highest in the state of Colorado • There is free shopping for everyone at the “Free Box”, a Telluride tradition for over 20 years • Bridal Veil Falls, at the east end of Telluride, is Colorado’s tallest free-falling waterfall • Telluride Regional Airport is the highest commercial airport in North America • Our mountain offers 2,000+ skiable acres, a mix of quality terrain from refined groomed runs to challenging moguls, even beginners and intermediate skiers can ride to the highest peaks and enjoy terrain and views typically reserved for the experts • The nearest stoplight is 45 miles away • Puppy parking - because there may very well be more dogs than people living here


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Brian O’Neill

Featured Broker Profiles Upon graduating from Brown University in 1984, Brian entered the real estate world as a project planner for a large development firm in Boston. He moved to Telluride in 1989 for a winter of skiing in the San Juans and instantly fell in love with the region. Skiing eventually led to Brian’s greatest adventure, his family with wife Hilaree and their two boys Quinn and Grayden. Hilaree’s wildly successful career as a member of The North Face team has further fueled Brian and now their boys’ sense of adventure. After 21 years of learning how to live like a Colorado native, Brian applies his eastern work ethic and tenacity to his craft as a highly effective broker. His mission is to provide the most thorough and insightful service possible, resulting in the highest level of professionalism and integrity for his client’s transactions. Brian realizes buying or selling a home in Telluride is a significant emotional and financial endeavor requiring a trusted, proactive advisor who cares about more than just the transaction. As he learned from his father, anything worth doing is worth doing right.

Brian has committed himself to the spirit of Telluride community because of his belief in what this community and special place gives back to him. Brian serves on the Board of Directors and the Grants Committee of the Telluride Foundation, he was recently appointed to the Telluride Open Space Commission which establishes priorities and criteria for acquisition and use of open spaces in the Telluride region. Brian believes that any person who is moved to become a part of this community will see how special it is and in turn want to give back too.

Tom Hess

Tom lends more than 30 years of sales and marketing experience to Telluride Properties. Originally from Maryland, he discovered Telluride in the early 1980s and immediately knew it’s where he wanted to make his home He moved to the area in 1990, and immersed himself in the Telluride community, volunteering his time and enjoying all the area has to offer. Tom held various executive sales and marketing roles for hotels and property management companies. Tom studied architecture and urban studies at the University of Maryland which was the beginning of his adoration for real estate. Combined with his extensive experience, he advises clients on all aspects of the home buying and building process. A trusted advisor that stays continually informed and educated about the ever-changing Telluride real estate market, Tom helps both buyers and sellers achieve their goals.

Committed to the growth and sustainability of Telluride, Tom has volunteered his time to organizations close to him. He most recently served as President of the Telluride/Montrose Regional Air Organization for 7 years and he’s been on the board of the organization since 1991. Under his leadership the organization contributed to the economic vitality of the region by generating revenue and negotiating contracts that guarantee flights into the Telluride region. Currently serving on the fundraising and programming committee for the Michael D. Palm Theatre, Tom’s team ensures that Telluride’s performing arts center is accessible to as many people in the community as possible. He also serves on the board of the Repertory Theatre, Telluride’s resident not for profit theatre since 1990. When Tom isn’t at the office he can be found riding his mountain bike, hiking, playing softball, cross country & skate skiing or snowshoeing with his dog on the vast trail system in Telluride.

Josh Rapaport

Josh grew up in Connecticut, and learned the business side of life working for a high-end real estate development company. He excelled at accounting and business organization, but mountain living beckoned to him. Josh yearned to hike out his back door and ski those early morning powder days, while dreaming of a fresh new look on life and its potential. The depth of Telluride’s real estate market has given Josh a chance to live and work in an amazing place, while satisfying both his professional and personal goals. Not every real estate broker comes from the same mold, and Josh is unique. He has a background in luxury real estate development and organic/sustainable architecture, and is currently co-owner of Box Canyon Management, LLC, a boutique property management company. Such a distinctive background gives Josh a one of a kind point of view in Telluride’s real estate market. While he understands the true costs of development, he can also help clients understand real estate investments, the potential for raw land, building systems, and maintenance needs.

Josh has a vision of a company that truly represents its clients, from start to finish. By having the ability to help clients buy, sell, build and maintain properties, he has done just that. Josh helps his clients through the entire process, so no client is left in the dark after a sale. He offers a full array of services to help his clients find the right investment and enjoy it hassle-free after the sale. You can typically find Josh around town or off in the mountains as a member of San Miguel County’s Search and Rescue Team. Josh currently lives in Mountain Village with his wife, Katja, and his Chow Chow, Bella.

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M ichael Armstrong PEOPLE

by Susan Viebrock of Telluride Inside... and Out, read about all the zazz of Telluride at www.tellurideinside.com

search the telluride phone book and you will find two men with the last name “armstrong.” one was the first man to walk on the moon (neil). the other (mike) was the first outsider to occupy the throne at ma bell, selected for the job at at&t following his successful launch of directv and a market turnaround at hughes electronics. at hughes, armstrong was the first chairman and ceo to come from outside the defense industry. like the other armstrong, part-time telluride local mike armstrong has touched the stars. Straight out of the gate, Mike Armstrong metabolized his mother’s motto: “No limits.” As a young man, when his father started his own business after being laid off, he worked on the docks of Detroit to help pay for tuition, attaining degrees in business and economics. Armstrong never looked back. Well, maybe once. That was the time a 600 pound black bear decided to raid the refrigerator at the Armstrong’s Telluride digs. (It’s a long story, but it worked out in the end. Armstrong stayed put. The bear acquired a new forwarding address.) In addition to positions at Hughes and AT&T, Armstrong is also the retired Chairman and Director Emeritus of the Comcast Corporation. At IBM, beginning as a systems engineer, he rose through the ranks to become Chairman of the Board of the IBM World Trade Corporation, retiring after 30 years. Armstrong has also held several positions in the public sector. He served President Clinton for eight years as Chairman of the President’s Export Council. He chaired the Homeland Security Committee, the Business Roundtable post 9-11 and is currently a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and The Conference Board, a global, independent business membership and research association. There is always some eager beaver waiting in the wings to knock a king off his pedestal. Armstrong is not without his detractors. The offset is a legion of friends and admirers, former Telluride local and pop star Oprah Winfrey among them. Oprah famously said that if Armstrong were running for President, he would be one of the few people she has ever known for whom she would quit her day job and personally campaign. She has described Armstrong publicly as a leader with “guts, vision and the balls to back it up.” Add compassion to the list. It is kindness, not Darwinian realities that floats Armstrong’s boat today.

“My wife Anne and I grew up in the city of Detroit. We now own several homes across the country and are truly grateful for all that life has given us. When I hit my mid-60’s and faced retirement after 43 years in corporate America, we both said: “Let’s give it all back.” Giving it all back meant establishing priorities. We concluded higher education, innovation, and giving disadvantaged people a better chance were three areas worth our investment of time and money.” Armstrong became Vice Chair of Johns Hopkins University and Chair of the School of Medicine, Health System & Hospitals. In that capacity, he and Anne dedicated a chair, broadened diversity scholarships, funded cancer research, and built a new Medical Education Building. At their alma mater, Miami University, Ohio, the couple led the funding of the Armstrong Student Center.

“The good news is that my alma mater is in Oxford, Ohio, a lovely town where Miami University defines life. The bad news is that Miami is in Oxford, Ohio, where there is not much to do. Thus, we were excited to be able to do the new student center.” Also at Miami University Mike and Anne established Armstrong Interactive Media studies (AIMS). The purpose of AIMS is enabling digital technology to strengthen and expand the transfer of knowledge. It is an interdisciplinary program with 37 faculty and instructors offering 35 courses and labs in every university division. For example, an AIMS team is digitizing manuscripts and tablets from ancient Tibet, a project sanctioned by the Dalai Lama, who honored the school with a visit in October. Outside of the field of education, the Armstrong’s opted to give the poor and disadvantaged a leg up, investing in projects in Connecticut (A Better Chance), and in NYC (The Marine Corp Scholarship Fund and The All Stars). In Guatemala, they are part of a group that brings basic infrastructure – fresh water, medical clinics, schools, stoves and latrines – to people living in remote Mayan mountain villages. In Telluride, Mike Armstrong was an early member of the Telluride Foundation, an organization of like-minded people united by a single goal; to create a stronger and better region through philanthropy. Armstrong was Chairman of the Telluride Medical Capital Fund, a small group of Telluride Foundation members that raised over one million dollars for the Telluride medical district. The story of how Armstrong became involved with the Foundation can be summed up in two words: Ron Allred. Allred is the former owner of the ski mountain in the days the world was a kinder, gentler place and everything about Telluride was coming up roses. Allred identified the need for a Telluride Foundation to support regional non-profits dedicated to social services and a robust cultural economy. In 1989, the Armstrongs and the Kuehlers (Jack Kuehler was a good friend from IBM) decided they wanted a place in the West. After exploring the usual suspects, the foursome discovered Telluride on a recommendation from a guy they met on a ski lift in Aspen. The site they found for their new home had it all: privacy, wide open vistas, year round water, and a backdrop of majestic mountains – and gravel. Lots of gravel. The gravel pit where the Armstrongs wanted to build was eight stories deep. Their initial offer to Allred was accepted until Allred’s engineer went wild upon hearing the news, and Allred reluctantly cancelled the deal. It’s all in the timing. A year and change later, when a second offer was made, the project that had required all that gravel was scheduled to be done in a matter of weeks. But there was a kicker: just weeks before the closing, someone else put a check on Allred’s desk for the same


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piece of property for roughly three times the Armstrong deal. An abiding friendship was born when Allred rejected the richer offer. “If there were more like Ron in Telluride, people of integrity and foresight, we had clearly made the right choice for our new home.” When Allred told Armstrong about his hope to build the Telluride Foundation, Armstrong embraced the idea, becoming an enthusiastic adopter and pacesetter. It was through the Telluride Foundation that Armstrong met Telluride Properties broker, Brian O’Neill. “Committing to the Foundation means putting cash on the line. The fact a young man like Brian, who sits on the Foundation board, chose to give time and money towards making a difference in the place he calls home told me something about his character. Any real estate transaction I do in the Telluride region will be through Brian.”

It is interesting to speculate about Armstrong’s legacy. Will folks line up with the former fraternity brother who described Armstrong by paraphrasing the Boy Scout motto: “loyal, friendly, trustworthy, (Business Week, June 1988)? Will they agree with Oprah, the guy would have been great running this country? Will they say he brought AT&T into the 21st century or diss his strategies? One thing certain: Armstrong is a highly intelligent man of deeply held convictions, who will go out fighting for what he believes in, regardless of what anyone says. Meanwhile, Telluride is his refuge, a place of “beauty and peace,” where Armstrong gets to sit in the middle of nowhere and do little more than hike, ski or read a good book. Being nowhere just enjoying life is something for a man who has done so much heavy lifting.

“In His Own Words” The Economy. Our economy today is beset with conflicting forces and objectives. Too little employment growth, too much government growth. Too little private capital spending, too much public entitlement expansion. Too long to de-leverage our economy, increasing national deficits and debt. Too meager consumer spending, large tax increases announced. The result is economic uncertainty. And economic uncertainty is the enemy of investment. This is true both for individuals and business. If we believe private investment is an essential underpinning of economic growth, then the conditions that attract investment must be prioritized within the caldron of our conflicting forces and objectives. I would offer in the short term we address tax and trade policies to stimulate investment, with public entitlement and spending reductions to decrease deficits as we balance budgets. In the long term we should not assume economic growth alone will bring our deficits and debt in line with a fiscally responsible economy. There will have to be tax revenue increases, decreased subsidizations and coherent plans to reduce healthcare costs, fund Medicare and pay for social security. This is all doable, if this generation does it.

Is America as “Top Dog” at Risk? There is an increasing drum beat that the world’s greatest nation, America, is destined to decline, will be overtaken by China, compromised by growth of the developing world and dethroned as “top dog.” This view begs that several questions be answered. First is increasing Global prosperity in spite of America or because of America. I would submit that America’s history of globallydefending against aggression, rebuilding economies, breaking down trade barriers and standing for democracy is responsible proof that the increasing prosperity of the world is a desired and determined consequence of American policy. Second, does the growth of the developing world increase pressure on America to be more competitive? You bet it does! It forces America to realize that we cannot compete without competitive high school graduates. We cannot compete without sufficient engineering, science and technology skills. We cannot compete without a productive workforce, a culture of risk taking and a quality of output. But we know how to do all of the above, if we have the leadership to accomplish it. And third, what really embodies this “top dog” status, this relative “greatness?” Is it simply output and military? Probably yes, in part. However, while size helps to define “top dog,” I believe it is insufficient to convey and conclude “greatness.” It is not only how big you are, it is what has made you big. America is a great nation because it has achieved size based on a constitution and society rooted in democracy, protective of freedom, respectful of its citizens and balances the power of government. It is important that this constitutional society is not only the basis of who we are, it is the basis of what we are. Thus, America’s risk of greatness can only be lost from within; only be lost if we use our democracy to sacrifice the future for premature entitlements; only be lost if we put rewards before risks; only be lost if we enable well being ahead of competitiveness. It is up to us. We will not lose “the greatest society” if we fulfill this unique heritage as we continue to build our democracy and competitiveness while leading a more prosperous global economy.

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Norman Brodsky PEOPLE

by Susan Viebrock of Telluride Inside... and Out, read about all the zazz of Telluride at www.tellurideinside.com

it is hard to miss norm brodsky. tall and lanky, he walks into a room with the confident swagger of a gunfighter of the old west. but success has not spoiled this part-time telluride local, who continues to approach life with the enthusiasm of a kid finding his first penny on the ground. only in brodsky’s case, we are not talking pennies.

To date, the Oval Office has not contacted him, but President Obama could do a lot worse than tap Brodsky for help with what may be his administration’s greatest domestic challenge and opportunity, Obama’s moon shot or his Waterloo: the job market. Norm Brodsky is a part-time Telluride local and fulltime entrepreneur and mentor to numerous young entrepreneurs. He is also a senior contributing editor to Inc. Magazine, where his monthly column, “Street Smarts” offers wannabes anecdotal examples about how to deal with whatever comes up based on his own march up the food chain. In a January Op Ed piece, New York Times writer Tom Friedman suggested Obama make 2010 the year of innovation, “the year of Start-Up America.” Brodsky knows all about startups: he built eight successful new businesses over a 30+-year career. How? Brodsky has “the knack.” “The Knack” is the title of Brodsky’s (and writing partner Bo Burlingham’s) handbook on how to achieve success. The bottom line: the bottom line is important, but a focus on high-profit margin sales is just part of the story. Entrepreneurship, Brodsky concludes, is not just a state of mind, not simply a passion, but a way to achieve a fuller and richer life. He ought to know. Brodsky’s own life story, including his Telluride tale, is a case study in happily ever after. It begins with lessons learned from his father, a custom peddler with great instincts. The wise ways of Brodsky’s dad included not taking advantage of people, not wasting time worrying about what might be, and seeing opportunity around every corner. The lessons proved to be indelible. To this day, where others might see a glass half empty, Brodsky sees it half full. “I learned to see opportunity every time a crisis emerged in my life. The malaise in our country from the financial disaster is creating huge opportunities in, for example, the health care and manufacturing sectors. Finding these opportunities is not synonymous with inventing something brand new. Ask questions. Educate yourself. I am betting our country will have a dual health care system like that in England, one for the general population and another private more upscale. VIP healthcare services may be just one of many emerging gap opportunities.” And Brodsky plays well with others. He has sent employees at one of his businesses, CitiStorage, to college – but only if they maintain a B average or better. There are on site courses about how to do homework with your kids, a Weight Watchers program, and more. “Our employees operate and help to make our business viable. Our objective is to build a sense of community that drives longevity. We promote from within.”

Brodsky, a graduate of Rider College and Brooklyn Law School, was a go-getter from the start. He started his own law firm right out of law school, becoming the business’s rainmaker, the one hustling clients. By the mid-seventies, however, he became wholly disenchanted with his chosen profession. Brodsky saw that America was heading into service industries and decided to grab a piece of that pie for himself. After three months working for a car- washing operation – “Picture me in a Super Suds uniform” – Brodsky turned his attention to a delivery business owned by a neighbor. Bingo. “When I went to work for my neighbor, my terms were very clear. I told him to pay me $500/week, but advised him not to tell me what to do. I assured the man that if he did not like what I was doing, he could fire me at the end of any week and we would remain friends.” As the company CEO, between 1976 – 1979, Brodsky took the operation from $1 million to $17 million in sales and opened offices in six states. After the two original partners decided to call it quits, instead of going with one or the other, Brodsky launched his own messenger business on start-up capital of $200,000. Between 1979 – 1987, Perfect Courier went from zero to $120 million with offices in 17 states and has been on Inc.’s 500 list three time since 1984. As good as it gets isn’t always perfect, not even in Brodsky’s charmed life. Among all the hits, there were a few errors. Case in point: Perfect Courier. Following the meteoric rise of his first big company, in just eight months, Perfect Courier went from $120 million to zero. The why is complicated – the stock market crash of 1987, the emergence of the fax machine which all but eliminated the need for messengers to deliver important documents – but it all boiled down to Brodsky being seduced by shiny new things which took his eye off the ball. Perfect Courier was founded on city and state government contracts. Not sexy, but the gross margins were good enough and the client always paid the bills. Flush with cash, Brodsky went on a buying spree: the top line trumped the bottom line and nearly buried Brodsky’s little empire. Nearly. Within five months, Brodsky came to his senses and realized he had to return to his roots in government contracts. Perfect Courier survived. Brodsky’s father, his Jiminy Cricket, was sitting on his shoulder – “There’s a million dollars under your shoe; you just have to find it” – when, in the early 1990’s, he received a phone call from a Perfect Courier customer asking him to store 27 boxes. Brodsky researched records storage business and discovered an unexplored niche. In 2007, he sold CitiStorage for $110 million. (The new owner, however, turned out to be over-


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leveraged. The man who now runs the company had worked with Brodsky for over 30 years, so he is still somewhat involved.) And CitiStorage led to a third business, U.S. Document Security, a secure document destruction company. Brodsky’s success in the boardroom is matched on the home front. Brodsky discovered Telluride thanks to his wife of 41 years, Elaine. Elaine, who had skied since childhood, wanted to take a ski vacation in the mountains. Brodsky, a never-ever, went on line seeking a compromise. Eureka: The Peaks Hotel in Telluride also had a spa. It was the usual deal when the Brodskys landed in Telluride: love at first sight. After years of renting at various Mountain Village addresses (during which time Brodsky – no big surprise here – became a black diamond skier), the couple finally decided to buy from their very patient broker Ernie Graham, now of Telluride Properties. Brodsky met Graham in 2002 because Graham was the new kid on the line when he walked into a Main Street real estate office only interested in kicking tires. It was like those moments when Porsche owners meet on a highway and flash their headlights at one another: Brodsky recognized Graham as a kindred soul, a closet entrepreneur. The Brodskys and the Grahams have been close friends ever since.

“I came to trust Ernie so much that when one day he asked me over the phone if I would send him $50,000, a sum he needed to give to a title company then and there to seal a deal, I did not hesitate. The deal included a penthouse Ernie scored for me, but only because he stuck to his guns. Ernie is smart and ethical, a very good, very solid person.” In addition to working with young entrepreneurs who seek him out regularly, Brodsky’s philanthropies include the Telluride Foundation, the League Treatment Center (the oldest daycare for autistic kids in New York), STRIVE, based in New York and Israel, dedicated to giving at-risk inner city kids a second chance, and the Weisenthal Fund, focused on overcoming intolerance. For the Clinton Foundation, Brodsky just launched a mentorship program, also for denizens of the inner city, to help challenged men and women start and build businesses. That program rolled out in New York, Philadelphia, Oakland, CA. It appears at least one president recognizes the value of calling on the guy with “the knack.”

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Ahead of the Curve

by Susan Viebrock

The Daranyis of Indian Ridge Farm & Bakery Are farmers the new rock stars of the millennium?  Is “locavore” a new buzz word? Even in New York, which is definitely not Kansas, farms are sprouting up all over the boroughs, especially on roof tops, and farmers’ markets, are becoming as ubiquitous as pigeons and taxis.  Increasingly farming is considered an honest living by young people steeped in literature around college campuses and educated urban enclaves about the evils of factory farms. Add to that the perils of relying on fossil fuels to deliver food over long distances such as to places like Telluride and many young and young at heart are putting muscle where their pro-sustainability mouths are. They are creating small-scale farming enterprises close to cities and towns hungry for organic produce at whatever price. 

Barclay, a painter and former teacher, is the daughter of organic farmers, Sam and Elizabeth Smith who farmed Caretaker Farm in Williamstown, Massachusetts. Their farm, which they began over 30 years ago, is now in farm conservation and feeds over 900 people. Her parents were part of the “back to the land “ movement of the 60s. Farming and food was the way of life Barclay learned as a girl.

When Barclay first came to Telluride, she cooked at the former Skyline Guest Ranch, and later, at La Marmotte. Today, she runs a small bakery year ‘round that, in addition to baking for the Telluride farmers’ market, supplies their CSA members with bread and granola. “Even when we lived Down Valley, Barclay and I were interested in growing food,” continued Tony. “We had a small flock of layer hens. Farming incorporates so much — eating nutritious foods, feeding humanity, politics, taking care of the environment, philosophy, physical labor, planning, finance — and it is as challenging as it is rewarding.”

Tony and Barclay Daranyi were way ahead of the curve when, in 2001, they opened Indian Ridge Farm and Bakery on 100 acres (with water) on Wright’s Mesa in Norwood, Colorado on land purchased from Loey Ringquist. Loey sold the couple the property below market value because she believed in the Once the couple decided feeding their neighbors was their new Daranyis’ vision of sustainable agriculture and a community mission in life, Tony and Barclay returned to the source. supported farm. Since then, the farm has grown into a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) that feeds over 65 families, “In the summer of 1998, we went on our own vision quest and a pastured poultry operation, including a state inspected apprenticed at my family farm,” explained Barclay. “We processing plant, and a thriving bakery. The Daranyis also raise considered taking over my parent’s business, but realized we pastured pork, several layer hen flocks, some beef and dairy liked our extended Telluride community way too much to head goats. Every summer they welcome young interns eager to learn East.” hands-on the joys and challenges of small farming. (See intro.) By 1999, the Daranyis started putting the infrastructure in place. For Tony, the path to Indian Ridge Farm began in Peru, where They finished their straw bale home in 2001. Barclay’s bakery is he was born. In the Reagan years, when Wall Street was paved right next door.  in gold, he was a fast-tracking suit, but the kind of wealth Tony Today, Tony and Barclay actively farm 10 acres, while 60 acres is was after could not be squirreled inside a mattress. He was leased to a neighboring rancher, who hays and pastures the seeking a balanced lifestyle of work and play, with “work” land. The remainder of the property is woods, wetlands, ponds, rhyming with “service” and “play” being outdoors in the and springs, which surround the pastures and provide a safe mountains.  haven for a wide variety of wild life. As a boy, Tony had visited Telluride on ski and summer “Through our farm activities, we are committed to preserving vacations. The region soon became his Mecca. After the usual and enhancing the vibrant agriculture found here on the mesa. string of odd jobs – ticket seller at the Nugget, substitute We enjoy working with our ranching neighbors, who teach us teaching and starting the Spanish language program at the and help us in so many ways. At the same time, we hope to high school – and several years of journalism under his belt, satisfy the food needs of a population of folks that extends Tony and  Mike Ritchey started the Telluride Daily Planet in 1993. throughout the greater Northwestern San Juan Mountain They owned and operated the newspaper until 1998, when both region and beyond by providing quality food grown in a earthdecided it was time to move on. friendly manner. We are all living remotely at the end of the What caught Tony’s attention next was the wisdom of a food chain, and so buying locally is the only truly sustainable telepathic gorilla. way to go,” said Barclay. Written in 1995 by Daniel Quinn, the novel “Ishmael” examines mythology, its effect on ethics, and how all that relates to sustainability. In a dialogue with his disciple, a disillusioned writer, a learned and wise gorilla, who communicates telepathically, identifies our primary global challenges: unrestrained population growth, obsession with conquest, and control of the environment. “Reading ‘Ishmael,’ was a turning point in our lives,” said Tony. “Barclay and I decided if we really wanted to make change happen, words were not enough. It was time to walk our talk.”

You can find Indian Ridge Farm & Bakery products –  fresh vegetables, pasture grown eggs and poultry, turkey and pork, grass fed lamb and beef, baked goods, organic breads, and addictive granola – on the farm and at the Telluride and Norwood Farmers’ Markets and at local restaurants and stores, among them, Cosmo, La Cocina de Luz, Siam of Telluride, Clark’s, Season’s Harvest in Ridgway, Telluride Naturals, Steaming Bean, Sawpit Mercantile, and the Telluride Ski and Golf Members’ Club. www.indianridgefarm.org For more stories by Susan Viebrock: www.tellurideinside.com


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The Change We Need

Kris Holstrom

by Susan Viebrock

Kris Holstrom’s job is a whole lot more than hugging trees. (Though tree tours come with the territory.) As Regional Sustainability Coordinator for The New Community Coalition, Holstrom is all about the change we need.

The dialogue began about six years ago. The trigger was a regional boom in gas and oil development. The local daily scribed about how new wells could put dollars into county coffers. Three locals, including Holstrom, had a different spin: Use some of the funds as seed money to establish a local center for sustainability information.   Holstrom, builder Kathy Green of BONE Construction, and Faraway Foundation co- founder Betsy McKinney believed Telluride could be more than picturesque ski resort in winter and a cultural mecca in summer. Our little corner of the Big Blue Marble may never become Pandora, but by re-imagining and re-making our world, we could create a better place, one that maximizes the intrinsic link between the health of the natural world and the health of our psyches. And that’s one cool definition of paradise. In 2006, the Town of Telluride, the Town of Mountain Village and San Miguel County funded a regional sustainability inventory. In 2007, the three governments threw more dollars into the hat to create a centralized resource for sustainability information and action: the non-profit known as The New Community Coalition came into being, with Holstrom at the helm. The job description: bring information and ideas together to facilitate a more resilient future for Telluride and beyond.  Holstrom and her team, including a strong board of directors, rolled up their sleeves and set to work, immediately identifying four key areas of focus: energy and green building, food security (think locavore), resource recovery and recycling, economic sustainability, and education about all of the above.  To date, the Coalition has assisted all three local governments (plus Ridgway) in upgrading to more energy efficient building codes. It hosted the Regional Sustainability Visioning Project and subsequent Regional Economic Futures Task Force meetings to begin to address economic challenges. The Coalition obtained a $145,000 grant from Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment to purchase equipment used to process the region’s compost and recycling, including festival flotsam. (Participating events to date include Telluride Bluegrass – the first in line – Blues & Brews, Telluride Jazz Celebration, Telluride Yoga Festival, Telluride Film Festival. The list is growing.) The New Community Coalition sponsored green home tours to highlight unique, energy efficient, beautiful and healthy building materials and techniques. It has hosted a series of seminars (Green Business Roundtables, etc.) on the subject of sustainable living at home and in the workplace. Ongoing initiatives include a San Miguel watershed community food assessment, and the hiring (through a Governor’s Energy Office grant) of a Community Energy Coordinator to work with San Miguel and Ouray county governments to develop a regional community energy strategy. The nonprofit is also involved with a “Shop Local” campaign to build awareness about the benefits of buying close to home. (Can you say “reduce our carbon imprint?”)

Based on a growing body of evidence, Holstrom’s The New Community Coalition is not fairies and unicorns. It is clearly the real deal. As is Holstrom, who was literally born for her job.  Kris Holstrom’s father, Robert Dils, was a professor of watershed management, who went on to become the Dean of Forestry at CSU. As a girl, Holstrom spent nearly every summer at Pingree Park, the home of CSU’s Forestry Summer Camp, where she could roam in the meadows and woods and fish the streams. She holds an MS degree in horticulture from Virginia Tech. Holstrom has lived in the Telluride region for 23 years. Her home, Tomten Farm, is on Hastings Mesa. An avid reader, Holstrom once upon a time found a cool kid’s book by Astrid Lindgren, “The Tomten,” to read to her then young son. “According to Swedish legend, a Tomten is a sometimes mischievous gnome, who guards farms. It seemed a fitting name for our place,” she explained. Tomten Farm is a high-altitude (9000 feet), solar-powered, permaculture environment with outdoor raised beds, a greenhouse and a growing dome that produce some of the best salad greens in the region. Experience and a desire to share her knowledge have translated into hundreds of kids visiting Holstrom’s Eden through the Telluride Academy, Ft. Lewis College, Outward Bound, and even area preschools. In her spare time, Holstrom teaches on the subjects of sustainability, permaculture design, renewable energy, even the region’s wild animals. Some days, the news (or the noise) suggests the sky is falling. “It appears at times the best we can do is go down with a sense of humor. But most days, I focus on my job at The New Community Coalition knowing we are all in this together and that we have the power to create whatever we envision. I am constantly amazed and delighted watching the natural synergies falling into place and finding people who do more than just dream about making things better. These are magical interactions that give me great hope.” Holstrom’s current tagline: “Let’s become a resilient community that works collaboratively towards a creative, sustainable future. Let’s make our best better.” The Telluride region’s Earth Mother actively embraces input and volunteers to help further the efforts of The New Community Coalition. Holstrom understands it takes a village. For more stories by Susan Viebrock: www.tellurideinside.com

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Capella Telluride is a realm unto itself; ultra-luxury with meticulous personalized service from a professional staff at your beck and call, night and day. Here, elegantly furnished 1 to 4-bedroom residence condominiums are offered and the amenities are like none you have ever experienced. Capella Telluride achieves new heights in luxury and personalized service 9,500 ft above sea level. Our graciously appointed rooms have been filled with your discerning needs in mind; spacious and sophisticated, with captivating views of majestic peaks for your own reflection and enjoyment. A pampering experience awaits unmatched by any other Telluride destination. It’s one of exhilarating days and restful nights and it takes our signature Capella promise to new, mountainous heights. Beyond superlatives, Capella is a brand focused on personal 5-star service offering choices that no other hotel company in the world can match. Capella is opening world-class properties in cities and resort destinations around the world from Austria and Germany, to New York City, Singapore, Japan and two locations in Mexico. Telluride is the first U.S. destination for Capella. Represented by Brian O’Neill


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assidy Ridge assidy Ridge Gaze out the window of your Cassidy Ridge mountain retreat and you’ll be rewarded with an incredible 270° panorama of the Sneffels Mountain Range. Cassidy Ridge combines top-of-the-world views with equally impressive amenities, courtesy of one of the region’s most luxurious destination hotels—The Peaks Resort & Spa. With maximum views and spacious floor plans, you’ll feel right at home inside your cozy Cassidy Ridge getaway. Every penthouse, townhome and flat exudes a blend of elegance, comfort and contemporary mountain style that is so very Telluride. Choose from flats, townhomes and penthouses ranging from 1,600 to 4,100 sqft. Sixteen unique floor plans offer two, three and fourbedroom retreats for $1.3 to $4.9 million. Amenities: • Full access at the nearby Peaks Resort & Spa with its exercise facilities, pools, tennis courts, paddle ball courts, spa, salon, many restaurants, and concierge services • Free dial-a-ride transportation to and from The Peaks Resort & Spa and Mountain Village • VIP transportation via private car provided by The Peaks Resort & Spa • Ski-in/ski-out accommodations, plus ski valet from The Peaks Resort & Spa • Individual heated storage areas for skis and other items • Secure underground parking • Elevators from parking garage to residences Represented by Patrick Pelisson / Ernie Graham

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ornerstone ornerstone Located on the Uncompahgre Plateau, less than 20 miles southwest of Montrose and 45 miles from Telluride, Cornerstone is a 6,000-acre resort community where families can enjoy luxury vacations... in their own homes.

An award-winning, Greg Norman designed course with dramatic Cimarron and Sneffels range views. Each hole has multiple tee boxes with the championship tees presenting a challenging length of 7,900 yards. Practice makes perfect with the professionally designed driving range and practice facility or take a lesson with the in-house pro. Accolades include “#1 Best New Private Course in the U.S.” - Golf Magazine 2009. A warm and welcoming clubhouse with attentive staff will provide impeccable service whether in the Grill or the Village Mercantile. The open dining terrace overlooks the fishing pond. Steps from the clubhouse are tepees and the Crazy Coyote Pond allowing for wading, fishing, kayaking, playing and relaxing. Chock-full of large rainbow trout, the ponds at Cornerstone are a fly fisherman’s dream.

Vacant Homesteads

Foursome Cabins

Lots vary in size from .30 to 100 acre homesteads. Choose in proximity to the clubhouse, practice facility and 1st tee box to estate-sized lots situated among serene aspen or breathtaking view lots.

Four premier homes within walking distance to the clubhouse, practice facility, Hole #1 and Hole #18. Uniquely designed with 4 master suites and the highest level finishes. Enjoy vaulted ceilings, exposed timber, expansive windows, stone surround gas fireplaces and several patios. An open floor plan averaging 4,200 sqft is ideal for 4 golfers, 4 couples or large family gatherings.

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Exquisitely executed 6,469 sqft with 2 master suites, 2 guest suites plus a bunk room and wine cellar. Luxurious finishes include walnut flooring, exposed trusses, custom alder cabinetry and granite countertops. Enjoy a private courtyard entry, covered rear deck, patio with hot tub, outdoor bar plus stone fire pit. Impressive views of Grand Mesa, West Elks and Cimarron Ridge.

14 acres bordering open space on 3 sides plus a creek. 1,500 sqft, 1-bedroom, 1.5-bath residence with media/office/guest room plus 5,000 sqft machine shop/garage. Superb Cimarron, Elk Mountain and Grand Mesa views plus easy access to 3 mile loop trail along Horsefly Creek. Convert the 800 sqft residence into a guest home after you build your dream home.

Nestled into an aspen grove on the 7th tee box this 6,534 sqft home features 2 master suites, 2 guest suites, and bunk room with 3 built-in bunk-beds. An awardwinning stone fireplace, vaulted ceilings, expansive glass, game room with bar, wine room, mud room and an oversized 3-car garage are just a few of its luxurious amenities. The wrap-around deck is perfect for entertaining with a built in BBQ and cozy fire pit.

A beautiful 1.32-acre homestead on the 6th fairway. Enjoy panoramic views of the golf course from this 4,587 sqft home that affords 2 master suites, 2 guest suites plus a billiard room, library, home theater and loft with a wet bar. Tapered stone columns, 2-sided fireplaces, spacious outdoor patio and only a short stroll to the clubhouse and renowned practice facility.

Represented by Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) / Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) / Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) / Beckie Pendergrass Beckie Pendergrass Beckie Pendergrass $3,595,000 $1,800,000 $3,795,000

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Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) / Beckie Pendergrass $2,595,000

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Tucked in majestic spruce and aspen at the end of secluded Victoria Drive resides Knightsbridge, one of the most impressive homes ever constructed in Mountain Village. Capturing dramatic views of the Sneffels range, this elegant 7-bedroom, 11,359 sqft residence leaves no stone un-turned. Ceiling-to-floor windows in the great room bring the stunning outdoors in, while an intimate library and office provide a cozy environment to work or relax with your favorite book. The master suite offers a lavish living experience with his and her baths plus a one-of-akind lower level dressing room sure to exceed your expectations. Uniquely styled bedrooms each with a bath warmly accommodate family and guests. Hand crafted metal work, clerestory trusses, walnut floors and trim plus exquisite European alpine design touches add an element of sophistication, unmatched in today’s market place. Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) $10,900,000


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234 Country Club Drive Panorama Ridge Mountain Village Bordering open space and overlooking the 1st green of the Telluride Golf Course, this new mountain sophisticated home enjoys expansive 360° views of the ski area, Wilson’s and Saint Sophia’s. This south-facing home enjoys easy ski access, quiet cul-de-sac, all day sun and year-round sunsets. An open floor plan and vaulted ceilings comprise this Mountain Village masterpiece. Represented by Eric Saunders


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Purchased for its high alpine privacy, dramatic Saint Sophia views, direct ski access off of the Marmot ski run and close proximity to the vibrancy of the Mountain Village core. A meandering path through a pine forest leads to expansive mountain views nestled among almost 2 acres on this exclusive estate-sized parcel.

This contemporary 5- bedroom, 4.5-bath mountain home boasts beautifully appointed custom furnishings and numerous owner upgrades, including individual heat zones for every room, Environmental Water Purification System, complete fitness & pilates equipment, master Infinity tub and steam, and state-ofthe-art Runco Projection Theater- with 110” screen. Enjoy down valley sunsets and Saint Sophia views.

Antique barnwood siding and hand-hewn timbers compliment this 4-bedroom, 4-bath home with great views. Only 5 minutes to the ski lifts, gondola, and golf course. Furnishings offered for $75,000; seller will consider a partial owner carry.

This is one of Mountain Village’s finest lots, offering supreme seclusion and great views of Dallas Peak and the Saint Sophia ridge. Lot 912R is 1.73 acres with a mixture of aspen, spruce and fir. Easy ski-in/out access via a private ski trail makes this an ideal lot with a convenient location on exclusive Victoria Drive.

Represented by Polly Leach-Lychee $1,495,000

Represented by Brian O’Neill $2,490,000

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

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10 See Forever Village 116 Mountain Village Beautifully appointed by Catherine Frank, this 4-bedroom residence is the epitome of high-end finishes and represents the best opportunity to own a private residence with the comforts of The Peaks and Golden Door Spa. Spectacular views, sunshine, ski access and convenience. Represented by Brian O’Neill $2,795,000

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Overlooking the 14th green of the golf course with outrageous views of the Saint Sophia ridgeline is a spectacular home of outstanding design and architecture. Comprised of 4,820 sqft, this home features 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths with extraordinary interior finishes and superior craftsmanship. Beautiful decks and stone patios are complimented by extensive landscaping.

Located on a quiet cul-desac, with panoramic views to the Saint Sophia ridgeline and ski area, is a private site that features a superb mix of mature aspen and spruce trees and has year-round water coursing through the property. The ski access is very good, an easy minutes stroll to the Galloping Goose and Meadows ski runs. The site’s large size (1.58 acres), allows for a separate guest house and is largely flat.

Located in  the  highly  regarded  Elkstone  Complex,  this 4 -bedroom, 4.5-bath unit provides easy ski  access  and  great  proximity  to  the Village Market,  fishing  pond  and  Mountain Village Core.   Fully furnished with high-end appliances, Unit 2 provides good northern views, ample trees that provide a privacy screen and spacious decks. Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) $2,095,000

Located on the 8th fairway of the breathtaking Telluride Golf Club, this .75-acre lot is one of the best! Build your dream home from this ideal setting where views of the Wilson and Saint Sophia ranges are incomparable and sunshine is abundant! Represented by Brian O’Neill $625,000

Represented by Tom Hess / Damon Demas $2,995,000

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Beautiful, new 5-bedroom home designed by Tommy Hein Architects. Located on the Telluride Golf Course, this home boasts 360° dramatic views, abundant sunshine, adjacent open space and a premiere finish level. Copious architectural and design features that will not disappoint.

Your storybook ending starts here with this elegant and spacious mountain village ski home. Loaded with European flair, from the grand entry to the master bedroom, this 5-bedroom home has charming fireplaces, hot tub, grand family room, and easy access to Double Cabin ski run.

Located directly adjacent to Double Cabins ski trail providing effortless ski access, this elegant home features high-end finishes and includes 5 distinctly finished suites each with a lavish bathroom. Tranquil outdoor living spaces and beautiful views of Campbell Peak and Iron Mountain complete this perfect picture. Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) $6,499,000

The best view lot in Mountain Village. HUGE 360° views of Wilson’s, Saint Sophia’s and ski area. All day sun and year round sunsets. Flat building site and elevated above Adams Ranch. Overlooks 9th hole of the Telluride Golf Course. Represented by Eric Saunders $595,000

Represented by Brian O’Neill $2,995,000

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19 Stargazer Peaks Penthouse Mountain Village Spectacular corner penthouse steps to skiing, and the gondola. Private terrace, exquisite furnishings and magnificent views. Hotel amenities include the Golden Door Spa with heated pool, treatment and workout rooms. Fully prepped for families to enjoy and rent. StargazerPenthouseTelluride.com

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A southwest corner location, with Mount Wilson and ski area views, distinguishes this immaculate 3-bedroom from all others. A private hot tub spa, private garage, newly upgraded stainless and granite kitchen, modern baths, and easy ski access, make this 12-week share, with its back-to-back bi-monthly scheduling , a convenient and affordable way to enjoy the Telluride mountain lifestyle.

Located directly slope-side on Galloping Goose Ski Trail, this elegant 5-bedroom, 4 full and 3 half bath home offers spectacular views in a prime Mountain Village location. Comprised of 7,262 sqft, this stately residence provides outstanding amenities including a chef-designed kitchen, custom wine room, spa room plus superb finish detail.

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Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

Conveniently situated one minute to skiing and hiking trails, five minutes to the gondola and bordering open space, this home is an excellent alternative to condo living. Over a halfacre of land, with large new deck. 259AdamsRanchTelluride.com

Represented by Mike Shimkonis $1,450,000

This .89-acre lot is nestled among mature aspen and pine trees at the end of a private cul-de-sac. An ideal setting with abundant sunshine, this property includes conceptual drawings for an exquisite home and guest haven accessed by a bridge over a creek. Represented by Brian O’Neill $999,000

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This spectacular Plaza penthouse is located directly above the Mountain Village center, the world class slopes of the Telluride Ski Resort and the gondola to the Historic Town of Telluride. Recently appointed with the highest of finishes, this 4-bedroom flat enjoys spectacular views, sunshine, ski access and convenience. Truly a luxury mountain getaway.

Lot 364R is one of only a few lots available in the Mountain Village market today that presents a unique opportunity to build in the exclusive Hood Park neighborhood. The property has ski access to Lower Galloping Goose Ski Trail plus excellent tree cover that provides privacy yet has dramatic northern views of the Sneffels range from the lot’s southwest corner.

Beautiful northwest-facing, elevated parcel in Mountain Village at Adams Ranch. Convenient location close to the Village center, skiing and the gondola. Nicely treed with ample sun and views of the Sneffels range. Tap fee of $10,000 has already been paid. Seller will consider an owner carry on 80% of the purchase price.

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An excellent opportunity to own a 50% interest in the only 2-bedroom luxury penthouse in the exclusive Mount Wilson Lodge at See Forever Village. Designed in sophisticated European-style, this condominium represents the finest in quality and craftsmanship. Enjoy unsurpassed views, cathedral ceilings, a gourmet kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, granite countertops and many exquisite extras.

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An exceptionally private 1.19-acre lot enjoys ski access to and from Galloping Goose ski run, year-round creek, beautiful Campbell Peak views plus an ideal setting among tranquil aspens, spruce and fir. The home is built of log and San Miguel River rock surround with 5 bedrooms and 3 full and 1 half bathrooms among 3,967 sqft.

A remarkably nice lot situated directly above Prospect Creek with good Saint Sophia ridgeline views. The site is a direct ski-in from the Prospect ski run and a short walk to ski-out on Sundance ski run. The parcel is gently sloping and easily buildable. Lot 6 represents the least expensive vacant land parcel within the Mountain Village. If you see it you will recognize the bargain it is and the potential it has.

Large, knoll-top lot overlooking all major ranges in Telluride’s San Juan mountains. Set at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, this property provides a commanding home site in an excellent setting. Private tennis court nearby. Tap fee paid for a home up to 3,000 sqft.

Mountain Lodge See Forever Cabin 4 Mountain Village

Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) $3,295,000 fully furnished

Represented by Tom Hess / Damon Demas $265,000

4-bedroom, 3-bath, spacious and fully upgraded cabin. Overlooking Prospect Creek with big views of the Sneffels range and extra privacy given its location. Property not rented in several years so it is in beautiful condition.

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Blue Mesa Lodge is steps from slopes and gondola with trailside access, as well as great views of the ski area and surrounding peaks. Consistent rental income; recently upgraded with a beautiful living room, dining room and kitchen. Great leisure getaway in a prime location. 2 bedrooms/2 baths; includes deeded parking space. Offered furnished.

Cortina Unit 14 has direct and effortless ski access to and from Sundance ski run. The vacant land parcel overlooks acres of active open space while luxuriating in all day sun and has nice southern views up the ski run to Palmyra Peak. This steeply discounted price represents a significant bargain for the right ski oriented buyer. You will not find a true ski in/out gem like this at anything close to this price.

The lowest priced Mountain Lodge by $15,000. Do not underestimate the ground floor location of this great condominium as there are no neighbors across the hall and a great lawn awaits you right outside your French doors. Ski-in/out access with all of the great amenities of a world-class resort.

Overlooking lift 4 and the gondola, this upper corner residence comes with a wood burning fireplace and underground parking. Private stairs lead to ski trail. Super easy ski in/out. This is prime-time ‘’beachfront’’ property that garners rental income and can be easily upgraded. 4 bedrooms and 5 full baths with a steam shower; excellent solar exposure too.

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This charming 1-bedroom, 1-bath unit is perfect for the pair who wants to relax and unwind in beautiful Telluride. Warm yourself up with not one, but two fireplaces in the living room and bedroom. Open the doors to your balcony and let the fresh mountain air in as you listen to the sounds of Prospect Creek. Breathtaking views of the Saint Sophia ridgeline greet you as you walk into the unit. Take a short stroll up to the main lodge and enjoy some food and wine at The View Wine Bar.

Best unit in Fairway Four complex. End unit with a great floor plan, tons of light and great views. Complex has had a recent assessment to replace siding, decks and roof and improve landscaping. Feels like a stand alone home. A must see for anyone considering a deed restricted property.

Warm, classic, Colorado log cabin only 75 yards to skiing. Top-notch finishes in a nice, fully furnished, Telluride ski cabin perched on top of a hillside overlooking the mountains. Prime Weeks (#6 - early February near Prez Week; #35 - Labor Day Week), Plus 3 space-available weeks. Multi-million dollar living for a tenth of the price. Owners have unlimited access on a space available basis.

Conveniently located in the Mountain Village core and within walking distance to the gondola, skiing, & golf. This ski-in/out 2,323 sqft, three-level, 3-bedroom, 3 & 1 half bath condominium unit is fully furnished with tasteful, elegant dÊcor. Each bedroom has its own private bath, the unit has 2 decks and plenty of storage. With nice views of the Saint Sophia ridge, this well maintained unit is ready for occupancy, featuring strong SunshineLodgeTelluride.com rental income histories Represented by despite heavy owner usage. Mike Shimkonis Represented by $260,000 Brian O’Neill $995,000

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40 Terraces 601 Mountain Village Upgraded, back row, 2-bedroom, ski-in/out condo. Upgrades include cedar-lined closets/storage, granite slab counters, custom shower doors and garage partition for 1-car garage. Captures big views of the ski runs. Mostly furnished, excellent location, solid rental income, great price! Terraces601.com Represented by Mike Shimkonis $549,000

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Inn at Lost Creek Mountain Village

Mountain Lodge Units 3206/3208, 2307/2309, 3010 & 4013 Mountain Village

High-end, intimate boutique inn with 3 of 32 residences dedicated to fractional owners. Outstanding ski-in/out location, superb service, ski valet, rental program options and reciprocity with 5-star Capella Hotel make this a smart, affordable choice. Five weeks per year. 2 winter, 2 summer, and one floating week. InnAtLostCreekTelluride.com Represented by Mike Shimkonis / Jesse DiFiore Unit 4B, CI-9: $54,000 Unit 4B, CI-3: $54,000

Premier ski-in/out access, a consistent rental program, on-site management and full-blown hotel services. Only 50 yards to skiing and an easy walk to the gondola. Includes all the deluxe concierge services of the Mountain Lodge, including ski valet, spa/pool, and restaurant. MountainLodge3206.com MountainLodge2307.com MountainLodge3010.com MountainLodge4013.com Represented by Mike Shimkonis Unit 3206/3208 (3-bedroom): $525,000 Unit 2307/2309 (3-bedroom): $429,000 Unit 3010 (1-bedroom): $255,000 Unit 4013 (1-bedroom): $229,000

Market Fact

YTD 2010, 9 houses have sold in Mountain Village for over $5 million. Only 1 house sold for over $5 million all year in 2009 and there were only 2 in 2008. In 2007, 9 houses sold for over $5 million. High-end sales volume is back to 2007 levels.

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205 South Oak Street Telluride

5-Star location, 5-star finishes. This historic home built in 1891 has been stripped down to the studs and completely rebuilt. Two additional luxury units were also added behind this little jewel along Pacific Street. Each home is uniquely different with the A unit (blue house) articulating “Victorian”, the B unit (full brick) “Neo-Victorian” and the C unit “Mountain Modern”. Right on the corner of South Oak and Pacific, this location is second-to-none with the gondola/Chair 8 just steps away to the south and all that Main Street Telluride has to offer just a block to the north. Completed in 2010 and ready to move in! Represented by Ernie Graham / Patrick Pelisson Unit A (4 beds / 4 baths):

$3,295,000

Unit B (4 beds / 4 baths):

$5,195,000

Unit C (4 beds / 4 baths):

$3,925,000

Unit AB (8 beds / 8 baths): $8,490,000

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302 North Aspen Street Telluride

This spectacular new home has incredible attention to detail and unmatched finishes creating one of the finest homes in Telluride. Master craftsmanship, tremendous sun exposure, dramatic views and a stately location are only a few of the exceptional characteristics this gorgeous 4-bedroom home plus guesthouse possess. Live high atop the Historic Town of Telluride in consummate mountain modern comfort and enjoy the beauty below! Represented by Brian O’Neill $4,895,000


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45 212 South Oak Street Telluride Beautifully appointed 3-bedroom home plus guest house with incredible attention to detail and views located steps from the gondola in the heart of downtown Telluride. Priced at a value not seen in over 5 years and less than half of what it would fetch in Aspen. Represented by Brian O’Neill $2,995,000

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Brewery Lots 4 & 5 Telluride

910 East Columbia Avenue Telluride

The year-round gurgling of Butcher Creek divides Brewery Lots 4 and 5. A private enclave of aspen, oak and pine create a forest haven with spectacular views of the historic district of Telluride, the Telluride Ski Area, Ingram Falls and the valley floor. Build a home or a duplex on each lot, up to 5,000 sqft on EACH parcel. At almost 1/3-acre a piece, these creek-side lots are a rare find and an unparalleled opportunity in the Town of Telluride. Go ahead and compare there is no better deal in town limits to be had.

Located in Telluride’s sunny, quiet and private east end neighborhood, this charming 3-bedroom, 2-bath home is close to Town Park, the San Miguel River and River Trail, and hiking/biking trails. A practical floor plan features the living/ dining/kitchen areas on the main level, the master suite and a loft upstairs, and 2 bedrooms with a shared bath downstairs. Features include excellent natural light, oak floors upstairs, lovely deck with views of Bear Creek, and mature landscaping on the property. One of the lower-level bedrooms also has its own private entrance if needed.

Represented by Polly Leach-Lychee $695,000

910EColumbiaTelluride.com Represented by Mike Shimkonis $995,000

Market Fact

Only 9 houses have ever sold in Telluride and Mountain Village for over $8 million, 6 of those sales have occurred since 2007.

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Pandora, Lot P8 Telluride

122 North Spruce Street Telluride

403 West Colorado Avenue Telluride

This 4-bedroom home has wonderful outdoor living spaces, state-of-the-art 103” HD projection theater and private hot tub, resulting in a spectacular family residence. Located a block from Town Park, six blocks from the gondola and steps from the best hiking trails in the region.

Lot P8, Pandora is the premier lot in the Pandora subdivision of the Idarado Legacy Project at the best value! The lot is 1.84 acres with superb access to the San Miguel River and Royer Creek plus excellent tree coverage of aspen and spruce. Enjoy unobstructed views of Ajax, Ingram Falls and the surrounding box canyon.

This delightful 7-bedroom home is located less than one block from historic downtown Telluride. Among a total of 3,499 livable sqft, the open kitchen and great room lead to a patio with stunning box canyon and Ingram Falls views. Tastefully finished, enjoy large windows that bathe the interior in abundant sun light. With 4 bedrooms in the main residence and a 3-bedroom deed restricted lock off unit downstairs, this home offers the ability to maximize the entire living space or, rent the lower level lock off to a qualified Telluride employee.

Located on the sunny side of town in the center of Telluride’s main street, is the quintessential ski town property. This family compound boasts two beautiful residences: The Johnstone House with 3,356 sqft, and the Carriage House with 1,154 sqft. Stunning views of the ski area, Mount Emma and Ajax, along with a two-block walk to hiking trails, ski slopes and the gondola, make this a spectacular and convenient property.

Represented by Brian O’Neill $2,995,000

Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) $1,625,000

Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) $2,150,000

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52 501 East Colorado Avenue Telluride Newly remodeled with a beautifully appointed kitchen, this Victorian-style home resides on two lots boasting an open floor plan with expansive windows. The 5-bedroom main residence and 1-bedroom studio apartment make this elegant residence unique for its size and location. Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) $3,970,000 fully furnished on two lots

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167 Hillside Lane Telluride

425 Depot Avenue Telluride

1 mile from downtown Telluride, the ‘’Dairy Barn’’ is a rare opportunity to purchase a vacant lot in Hillside and a piece of Telluride history. The barn can be removed or incorporated into design. Over 6,000 sqft with open space on 3 sides, all day sun, year-round sunsets and a stream running alongside property. No transfer tax and low HOA’s. South-facing lot set far from road and noise. Listen to creek and not the highway.

Located in the unbeatable location of Depot subdivision, within a block of the gondola, this charming Victorian-style residence offers 6 bedrooms and 4.5 baths including a 1-bed/1 bath caretaker unit above a 3-car garage. Remodeled in 2003 by Croke Construction and Marla Croke Architects, the home offers exciting interior design by renowned designer John Oetgen plus a wonderfully efficient floor plan. Offered fully furnished with exclusions.

Represented by Eric Saunders $499,000

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112 Deer Trail Way Lawson Hill

Cimarron Lodge 24 Telluride

128 East Columbia Avenue Telluride

Located in Telluride’s most desirable location just steps from skiing, the gondola, restaurants and shops. This brand new luxury condominium offers 4 bedrooms, an impressive great room with 18’ ceilings and views of the ski area and western sunsets. Plaster walls, oak floors and the highest-end finishes including AC and an elevator make this a must see for an in-town buyer.

This well constructed half duplex has a great location on a quiet cul-de-sac and is comprised of 3 bedrooms and 2 baths with vaulted ceilings in the upper level master bedroom and main living area. Some of the attractive finishes include hand hewn custom arched entry door, Saltillo tile “Navajo Rug” mosaic floors in entry, southern yellow pine floors, knotty pine cabinets, trim and doors, granite countertops and wrought iron railings. Exterior off street parking for 2 cars is included.

A beautiful 1-bedroom, 1-bath unit, located directly trailside adjacent to the ski area’s lift seven. The Cimarron complex has undergone a top-to-bottom renovation of its exterior building and common spaces resulting in a sparkling new appearance. The unit’s interior is tastefully furnished and in excellent condition, overlooking the San Miguel River and ski area. Cimarron benefits from Town of Telluride’s bus service and parking facility, both adjacent to the complex.

Remodeled 3-bedroom, 3 bath Victorian, just one block from Telluride’s historic downtown. Warm, antique fir kitchen & flooring, custom built-ins, & abundant natural light. South-facing decks with hot tub & expansive views. Front porch overlooks gardens & quiet neighborhood.

Represented by Patrick Pelisson $2,995,000 fully furnished

Represented by Tom Hess / Damon Demas $389,000

Represented by Damon Demas / Tom Hess $320,000

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59 Camel’s Garden 306 Telluride A true ski-in/out penthouse at the base of Chair 8. This 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath penthouse boasts big views, contemporary design with the services and amenities of the Camel’s Garden Hotel including hot tub, spa, continental breakfast, Apres’ Ski wine & cheese, and heated parking. Represented by Brian Gavin $2,300,000

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River Club Telluride

Riverside B201 Telluride

On the banks of the San Miguel River in the heart of Telluride, this private residence club bestows 24 fullyappointed residences, just steps away from the town’s gondola. This 2-bedroom membership entitles you to one week in the summer and one week in the winter. Also included is the River Club’s “space available” program which allows you to economically book additional usage in either a 2 or 3-bedroom residence.

Enjoy the most amazing views of Ajax a Town of Telluride condo has to offer from your private balcony. This 3-bedroom, 2 1/2-bath Riverside unit isn’t comparable to any other. Spacious bedrooms, marble countertops, gas fireplace, storage locker, hot tub, and great access to main street. If you are in need of a hike, Bear Creek, one of Telluride’s most popular trails is located right outside your doorstep. Short walk to the gondola for winter time skiing or access to Mountain Village.

Represented by Ernie Graham $35,500

Represented by Patrick Pelisson / Ernie Graham $1,410,000

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Telluride Lodge 304 Telluride

Cimarron Lodge 11 Telluride

Rio Vista D2 Lawson Hill

Great price on a 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath single family home, 1.5 miles outside of the Town of Telluride. Open floor plan. Two car garage, basement and workshop. Private tennis courts. All day sun, valley floor views and recreation. Take the bike path or bus to town. 4000+ sqft lot. No transfer tax, HOA fee is $75/ quarter. Great locals opportunity or second home.

One of the most affordable, contemporary condominiums available in the Town of Telluride. Remodeled in 2006, the unit has 1-bedroom and 1-bath with potential to build additional square footage on the lower level. Great location, just steps from Clarks Market and lift 7 with amenities that include a hot tub and on-site management services.

An incredible value for a direct ski-in/out 3-bedroom condo on the river. This unit has tons of potential, with quiet commercial under the unit and no one above, 2 decks with fantastic views and a great floor plan.

Expansive decking and exceptional Saint Sophia views make this commercial loft an ultra unique business or studio setting. Bright ambient light washes over the 600+ sqft top floor for a tranquil and productive work atmosphere. Conveniently located between the Town of Telluride and Mountain Village. Art or yoga studio, import business, whatever you name it.

Represented by Patrick Pelisson $799,000

Represented by Kiki Froberg $795,000

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Represented by Polly Leach-Lychee

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66 103 Timberline Court Lawson Hill Well maintained home with numerous upgrades. Custom built-ins, new wool carpet, pine floors, new paint, new trim and tons of storage. From the huge deck, take in views of Campbell Peak and Iron Mountain and enjoy beautiful down valley sunsets. No price cap! Represented by Allison Templin $319,000

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Etta Place 1 Telluride

Ilium Valley, Lot 442 Lower Lawson Hill

Incredible box canyon views from this 1-bedroom condo on the ski run. This is a corner unit with no common walls. An incredible unit at an incredible price.

Located on a south-facing, gently sloping hillside in lower Lawson Hill, this .39-acre lot represents one of the largest “industrially” zoned lots in the Telluride region. The site’s zoning allows for a myriad “commercial/light industrial” uses with a developed maximum floor area of 8,000 sqft. This square footage may potentially be expanded by 40% utilizing below grade space as allowed by San Miguel County Land Use Code.

Represented by Kiki Froberg $389,000

Represented by Tom Hess / Damon Demas $395,000

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1723 East Anderson Road Wilson Mesa

“Spectacular Overlook� is located in the ultimate mountain setting on sunny Wilson Mesa, with dramatic mountain vistas, only 25 minutes from the bustle of downtown Telluride. Privately surrounded by open space and large ranch parcels, this 6,500 sqft of luxury truly boasts top of the line finishes and amenities, with marble, stone, mahogany, plaster, antique oak, and slate finishes throughout the 5 oversized bedroom suites, an expansive gourmet kitchen, a sunken hot tub spa, with indoor/ outdoor decking, a stone lined wood burning fireplace, an oversized granite wet bar, combined great room, dining room, and built-in lined viewing library, all surrounded by extensive wood decking and majestic peaks. Entertain 4-40 by the outdoor stone fire pit lined with lounge chairs for sunning or evening stargazing along the southern galactic path in this out-of- this-world property. Represented by Polly Leach-Lychee $4,950,000


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Indian Hills Ranch Hastings Mesa

Located in the verdant rolling meadows of Hastings Mesa, approximately 18 miles from Telluride, Indian Hills Ranch represents a unique opportunity to purchase 422+/idyllic acres. Enjoy the utmost in privacy while viewing the region’s most spectacular peaks including Wilson, Dolores, Lone and Little Cone, Hayden and the La Sals in Utah. Suited for horses, the ranch includes a spacious corral and 5-stall loafing shed. The property is ideal for aviation buffs with two grass airstrips and a hangar/ studio - perfect for your dream single-engine aircraft. Two ponds round out this stunning ranch property. Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) $4,650,000


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71 Little Cone Ranch, Lot 7 Specie Mesa The Telluride retreat you’ve been searching for. Over 35 private acres, bordering BLM land with a lovely building site, 180º panoramic views of the Telluride ski area, Wilson and the Saint Sophias. Aspens and wildflowers abound on this amazing lot on top of the world. Represented by Albert Roer $599,000

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Muddy Creek Meadows Tract 1 Wilson Mesa

Laughing Dog Ranch Specie Mesa

This beautiful 111-acre ranch parcel affords breathtaking views of the magnificent Wilson and Sneffels mountain ranges. The land is comprised of flat to rolling terrain with significant stands of mature aspens mixed with open meadows and dark timber. Located 16 miles from Telluride, this unique property includes a domestic well, easy access to national forest and borders a seasonal creek. Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) $2,750,000

The 4-bedroom main residence and 1-bedroom guesthouse are part of 7,753 sqft of improvements. Enjoy workouts in the exercise room, tending your garden in the greenhouse and saddling horses in the barn to explore 104 gorgeous acres. Two additional lots of 141 acres are available for $1,500,000. Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) $3,450,000 furnished

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74 Elk Creek Meadows Wilson Mesa A remarkable ranch held by one family for generations. Consisting of 539+/- acres, this ranch offers everything from lush open meadows, canyons of aspen and spruce, to a knoll with dramatic 360° views. Only 16.5 miles from Telluride, with year-round access, power and water rights. Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) $16,170,000

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Wild Skies Ranch Wilson Mesa

Top of the World, Lot M Specie Mesa

One Love Ranch Deep Creek Mesa

Top of the World, Lot F Specie Mesa

Exquisitely designed, this stunning Douglas-fir and stone home offers 5,921 sqft with 3 bedrooms and 3 full & 1 half baths plus a separate, 1-bedroom, 1-bath guest apartment and heated 3-car garage. Located on 14.14 acres, the ranch offers easy USFS access and incomparable mountain views.

Top of the World subdivision is a remarkably diverse and beautiful assemblage of low density parcels. Lot M, with 50 acres, is perhaps the finest site within the subdivision. Its location at the end of the road insures absolute privacy. The parcel’s topography transitions from beautiful meadows down to the designated home site circled by aspen trees and overlooking a nice pond below. The home site has excellent vistas across the mesa and mountains.

Simplistic elegance and sweeping views create the Idyllic mountain cabin on this 2.63-acre rustic hideaway. Bordering USFS land and open space, you’ll feel like you have the mountains all to yourself. At 750 sqft, the 1-bedroom and 1-bath cabin lives like a home twice its size. Enjoy the spectacular views of the Wilsons, Little Cone & Whipple Mountain from the comfort of your deck hot tub.

37 usable acres with heavy aspen coverage, end-of-road privacy, all day sun and year-round sunsets. Spring on the property. Potential seller financing.

Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) $3,495,000

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Little Cone Ranch Lots 17 & 18 Specie Mesa

These gorgeous 35+/- acre parcels are 10 minutes from Telluride and minutes from the airport. Each lot has majestic views that include Deep Creek Mesa, Iron Mountain, Sneffels range, Ophir Needles, the ski area and iconic Wilson Peak. The properties are adorned with elegant perimeter fencing and entry monuments.

74.56 acres are adorned with a trout pond that overlooks the iconic Wilson range, indigenous snake fencing and adjacency to the national forest. Enjoy fly fishing in your pond, peaceful hikes and the opportunity to commune with nature on a higher level.

Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) Lot 1: $2,650,000 Lot 2: $2,700,000 Lot 3: $2,475,000

Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) $1,695,000

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Hastings Hideaway Hastings Mesa

Old Elam Ranch, Lots 1 & 2 Hastings Mesa

Outstanding views of North Pole Peak and Gray Head adorn this 43+ acre Hastings Mesa parcel. Live in the charming and sunny 2-bedroom, 2-bath and 1,475 sqft residence or turn the cabin into a guest home after you build your dream home. The property boasts 2 home sites, healthy aspen groves, and cross fencing, plus 3 ponds with 3 springs including water rights. With no restrictions or covenants this stunning property has excellent potential.

The least expensive 100+ acre property within close proximity to Telluride (about a 20 minute drive via 58P). This gently sloping lot boasts fantastic Sneffels views and a wonderful mix of trees. A beautiful, secluded building site, year-round access on maintained roads and a common water source for the subdivision make this a premier property.

Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) $695,000

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Aldasoro Ranch, Lot 136 Aldasoro Ranch

105 Cristelli Lane Aldasoro Ranch

West Hastings Mesa, Lot 13 Hastings Mesa

Breathtaking views abound from these 52 acres. The ranch improvements include a 4- bedroom, 2-bath log home with wrap-around deck as well as a cute 2-bedroom, 1-bath guest home. A three season, two stall stable, tack room and water rights make an attractive horse property. A truly spectacular setting!

This private site is a hidden gem among the aspens in the Aldasoro Ranch subdivision. Comprised of 2.77 acres, the gently sloped building site encompasses exquisite views of Wilson Peak, Deep Creek Mesa, and overlooking 200 acres of open space.

Represented by Damon Demas / Tom Hess

$795,000

This lot is located off of the first entrance to Aldasoro making it the most convenient to town and skiing. Easy, flat building site allows for great one-level ranch style home if desired. No worries on the driveway setup either...short and flat. Several acres of open space in front of this already 3+ acre lot create a great estate feel.

An amazing 50-acre parcel with 300° views of the surrounding mountains, situated at the end of the road, only 30 minutes from downtown Telluride. The property has broad meadows, old growth aspens, and a wonderful escarpment overlook to the San Miguel River canyon. With limited covenants this one-of-a-kind property is an ideal getaway for the ultimate naturist wanting the best of privacy, sunshine, wildness and beauty.

Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

Represented by Ernie Graham / Patrick Pelisson

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Market Fact

Comparing 2010 sales values of high end homes in Telluride to other resorts’ high end homes sales values, we are 92% of Jackson Hole/Teton Village, 67% of Whistler/Blackcomb and 49% of Aspen/ Snowmass. Telluride still represents a great opportunity to buy well in an ever maturing market.

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Wilson Mesa Ranches Lot 75 Wilson Mesa

Wilson Mesa Ranches Lot 87 Wilson Mesa

Specie Mesa Ranch Tract 13-5 Specie Mesa

Superlatives abound when describing the character and aesthetics of this 7-acre property. The views from the Wilson’s to the Saint Sophia ridgeline are magnificent in their breadth and panoramic splendor. The property abuts two large ranches, each with significant conservation easements in place, creating an implied site of enormous proportions. All day sunshine makes for a very compelling home site.

This dramatic ranch boasts stunning 360° views of the San Juans with all day sun and mature aspen trees. Easy access to the Town of Telluride, numerous trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding along with the highest concentration of 14,000 ft peaks in Colorado, make this an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. The perfect site to build a spectacular home.

199 incredible acres, at $5,000 per acre is the best land deal in the region. Direct access to BLM on two sides, Specie Creek and Bear Wallow Creek run through property, huge aspen and pine coverage, multiple open meadows for home sites, excellent views of surrounding mountains. Only 25 minutes from Telluride, but a “million miles away”. Excellent hunting and fishing property.

Perched up in Aldasoro Ranch, this parcel offers panoramic views of the surrounding peaks. Nearly 3 acres in size, this property borders open space, and has a private cul-de-sac location with aspen groves and abundant sun. Great building site that slopes gently downward. Additionally, Aldasoro homeowners recently approved Dial-ARide shuttle service to both Telluride and Mountain Village, making this superb spot even more convenient. AldasoroRanchLot125.com Represented by Mike Shimkonis $775,000

Represented by Damon Demas / Tom Hess $400,000

Represented by Brian O’Neill $425,000

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108 Lake Fork Junction Ames

The asking price has ultimately dropped 45% on this beautiful, custom, river fronting, 4,500 sqft home on over an acre, bordering public land, 15 minutes south of Telluride. Enjoy views of the Ames Wall, Mystic Waterfall, Ophir Needles and Ilium Valley. Listen to the river rather than the sounds of town. Go fishing outside the backdoor of this pure timber-frame home with environmentally conscious construction. Lots of personal touches top off thoughtful design in this home hand-built by a master woodworker. An additional 1,500 sqft of semi-finished storage space can easily be converted into living area if needed for one or more families. There are very few choices for a nice, custom 4,000+ sqft home in the Telluride area for near $1 million. There are many priceless amenities to this soulful property. It was built for nearly double the asking price. This is it. Priced below replacement value and appraised value. 108LakeForkTelluride.com Represented by Mike Shimkonis $1,150,000

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Prospect & Refuge Elk Run

This newly completed 6-bedroom, 6.5-bath custom home perched on 4.82 private acres features exceptional architectural details, with views of Wilson and Sunshine Peaks. The property features a main house, master suite, cabin and garage with caretaker’s unit above. A hand-hewn log cabin has been relocated to the site and set back into the woods to provide the ultimate private guest house experience. Designed by renowned architect Tommy Hein, the property reflects the mining history of the San Juan mountains. It offers a dining room that sits amongst the towering pine trees, dramatic trusses soar above the kitchen cabinets, tying the space to the living and dining areas behind. The dark recycled oak wood floors meet the light filled space revealing an intimate experience within. Four separate and distinct structures complete the property, allowing for multiple family and friends to have their own private areas. Represented by Patrick Pelisson $7,950,000


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93 Sundance Ranch The Preserve Surrounded on all sides by national forest, these 42.9 acres enjoy access off of private Preserve Lane. Barn-style architecture and timber-frame constructions provide a rustic feel while expansive glass captures stunning views plus copious amounts of light. Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) $6,750,000

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Hidden Lake Estates, Lot 5 Hidden Lakes

389 Ridge Road Telluride Ski Ranches

The Ski Ranches subdivision offers its residents the best of both worlds with excellent proximity to Telluride and Mountain Village in a quiet, beautiful setting. The subject home is surrounded by mature spruce trees with excellent access to hiking trails and USFS lands. This log home is comprised of 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths, along with a new kitchen, large loft and two separate 1-car garages. The Ski Ranches least expensive living opportunity.

Private 5.2-acre lot with aspen and fir trees. Views of Wilson and Sunshine Peaks. Borders USFS. Elk Run’s gated subdivision is located just 5 minutes from Mountain Village.

Stunning views, stream frontage, mature trees, 360° views of the most spectacular section of the San Juan mountains. This beautiful majestic getaway represents an opportunity for mountain enthusiasts to ski, fly fish, snowmobile, Nordic ski, hike, bike and relax in the perfect mountain surrounding.

A private, end-of-road location awaits you at the top of the Ski Ranches. This 2.04-acre site, upon development, can become one of the finest single family home sites in the region. The views to the Wilson range are waiting to be revealed and direct access to USFS lands offers enormous recreational opportunities.

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Warner Placer Alta Lakes

TBD Aurum Street Ophir

200 Deer Park Lane Telluride Ski Ranches

This custom built, antique timber-frame home, sits on a fully usable site with great views. The home is composed entirely of antique woods consisting of hand hewn oak and pine beams, century old Longleaf Pine and White Oak. Other finishes include full plaster throughout, soapstone counters in kitchen and master bath, slate floors in kitchen and limestone and travertine bath counters throughout. Truly compelling, perhaps irresistible.

Extremely rare and unique parcel located in the much coveted Alta Lakes area. This property offers a spectacular home site with majestic views of the Wilson range, Ophir Needles, Sunshine and Palmyra Peaks. Incredible access to fishing, hiking, mountain biking, as well as back-country and Nordic skiing. Close proximity to Gold King Basin, Wild Boy Lake and all Alta Lakes.

Ophir represents an opportunity to buy at Telluride’s 1998 prices while only being 13 miles from downtown Telluride. This oversized lot has dazzling views of the entire Ophir valley and easy access to some of Colorado’s best back country skiing, hiking and mountain biking. Fantastic opportunity to join one of the great mountain communities.

Discover the quiet charm of the Telluride Ski Ranches in this classic log home with a dramatic Mount Wilson view. Located on a private oversized knoll lot, the home has been upgraded with a new kitchen, heated travertine baths, wood burning fireplace and is being sold with most of its sumptuous furnishings. An outdoor hot tub sits on the surrounding log deck. Located just around the corner from skiing in Mountain Village and downtown Telluride, this home has been reduced to sell.

Represented by Damon Demas $1,995,000

Represented by Brian O’Neill $349,000

Represented by Brian O’Neill $375,000

Represented by Polly Leach-Lychee $1,795,000


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Avalanche Ranch Ophir

31 Diamond Point Lane Telluride Ski Ranches

300 Old Butterfly Road Matterhorn

111 Ridge Road Telluride Ski Ranches

This unique 35 acres is surrounded by national forest and showcases spectacular views of the Ophir valley. Tucked among a grove of aspen trees, the 2,270 sqft main house features 5 bedrooms and 3 baths. Additionally, an attached 750 sqft caretaker’s unit provides an open kitchen/living area and loft. Enjoy the great outdoors from 2 south-facing decks that overlook a spring-fed pond, with included water rights. A 9-acre corral and 2 hay barns round out the unique amenities of this property.

A 1.17-acre site, offering significant sun, mature aspen groves and wonderful views to both the Wilsons and Saint Sophia mountain ranges. The home’s 5,300 sqft is comprised of 4 bedrooms and 5 baths, a great room with soaring cathedral ceilings featuring large view windows and a floor-to-ceiling, stone wood burning fireplace. The homes timeless architectural design, beautiful views and sun make it one of the area’s finest values.

This grand and classic 5-bedroom log home is situated just 12 minutes from the ski slopes and 17 minutes from downtown Telluride. Handsomely furnished on a private 35-acre knoll top, surrounded by views from Bald Mountain, to the Saint Sophias, to stunning Sheep Mountain, this mountain residence has all the finishes one expects in a new home. Don’t miss this easy “Turnkey” getaway from it all, while enjoying the skiing and fun filled days of Telluride.

Ideally located at the highest point within the Ski Ranches, this land possesses all of the characteristics that position it as one of the “top ten” lots within the subdivision. This large 2-acre site with gently sloping topography and mature tree coverage provides a perfect canvas for an architectural masterpiece. A very private location with stupendous views!

Represented by Damon Demas / Tom Hess

Represented by Polly Leach-Lychee

$2,400,000

$3,550,000

Represented by Albert Roer $975,000

Represented by Tom Hess / Damon Demas $675,000

Market Fact

In 2010 Telluride Properties sold the most expensive house/condo ever in the Town of Telluride’s history. We also garnered the highest sales price per sqft for all Town of Telluride homes sold in 2010 YTD.

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Powder Basin Ranch

Northern San Juan Mountains

Unlike any other ranch in Colorado, the secluded 2,000¹acre Powder Basin Ranch offers a private ski area that boasts more than 30 high-elevation ski runs and enjoys boundless terrain ranging from groomed runs to expert trails, steep chutes, open bowls and vast glades—all accessible by a luxury heated Snowcat. The ranch offers exclusive road access to thousands of acres of public lands and boasts natural features and views worthy of a national park with mountain meadows, commanding cliffs and free-standing rock spires. A network of extensive trails provides four seasons of recreation from alpine and Nordic skiing, snowmobiling and snowshoeing to horseback riding, climbing and mountain biking. The forest, a healthy mix of mature aspen, spruce, pine and fir, offers world-class hunting. There are several fishing ponds and a 20-acre lake stocked with full-bodied rainbow and cutthroat trout. Powder Basin Ranch is simply an unparalleled opportunity. Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) $19,000,000


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4600 Fall Creek Road Fall Creek

Located 17 miles from Telluride on Fall Creek Road, this 40 acre-property sits on 1,300 ft of year-round Fall Creek and 1,200 ft of seasonal Hidden Creek, encompassing both sides of each creek. The creeks provide superior hydro-electric and irrigation water rights, that along with state of the art solar power, allow for carefree and responsible off the grid living. The property includes an extraordinary 2-bedroom, 1-bath home, constructed by expert craftsmen using the highest quality materials available. It’s charm and character are complimented by the spectacular gardens and landscaping that surround it including flagstone walkways, native stone retaining walls and an enormous south facing deck. A larger main home may be constructed on the property. Along Fall Creek are numerous small meadows and trails leading to a beautiful Tipi and fire pit. Woods Lake is just up the road, allowing access to thousands of USFS acres with unlimited recreational opportunities including mountain biking, hiking, cross country skiing, fishing and not a neighbor in sight. Represented by Damon Demas / Tom Hess $995,000


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339 Silverglance Rico

Steeprock Sawpit

Solar Ranch, Lot 109 Ridgway

190 Geyser Drive Placerville

Newly constructed in 2004 and thoughtfully upgraded with custom finishes reflecting owner’s quality craftsmanship. This 2,000 sqft residence features 3 bedrooms, 2 & 1 half baths, custom built-ins, a beautiful masonry fireplace, concrete countertops, maple flooring, and antique long leaf pine trim. A detached garage and fenced yard complete this exceptional residence. Tremendous views, abundant sunshine, and less than 25 miles from the Telluride Ski Resort.

Perched on a cliff overlooking the river valley below, Steeprock embodies the heart and soul of mountain living. A stunning assemblage of hand crafted residences, cabins and workshops grace this 10-acre sanctuary. Picture forged metalwork, custom spiral stairs, plaster walls, hand built cabinetry and countless artistic touches. A combination of brilliant imagination and craftsmanship run wild in an unparalleled, off the grid, setting. If you see this property, you will feel it’s allure and will want to buy it!

This duplex corner lot in Ridgway is available with some owner financing at an unbelievable price! The sunny views to the Ouray Box Canyon, and the Cimarron mountains to the east and south, compliment the extensive greenbelts, bike and walking paths in the well planned Solar Ranch. This parcel is a great investment for the first time buyer or savvy builder wanting income property. Even the water tap is paid.

Fishing and rafting from your own back yard. This newly constructed family home is located on a beautiful tree covered lot on the banks of the San Miguel River just 15 minutes from town. The home offers 4 bedrooms and 2 & 1 half baths. The yard is spacious and offers unlimited potential for outdoor riverside living.

Represented by Allison Templin $389,000

Represented by Tom Hess / Damon Demas $740,000

Represented by Polly Leach-Lychee $83,000

Represented by Damon Demas / Tom Hess $595,000

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112 772 44.5 Road Norwood Classic 5-bedroom farm house sits amid 5 lush and sunny acres with lovely mountain views. Recently upgraded to include quality finishes of hardwood floors, tile baths and a new kitchen. The property has several old barns, sheds, pole fenced corrals and a pond. Represented by Polly Leach-Lychee $497,000 home on 5 acres $697,000 adjacent 35 acres

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West Fork of the Dolores River Dolores

27 North Commercial Street Rico

This cozy, rustic log cabin sits on the West Fork of the Dolores River in the Blue Spruce Glen subdivision. The home is approximately 1,375 sqft with 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths. The 3+/- private acres are adorned with mature Spruce and offers superb river frontage. The cabin boasts a lovely 2-story wood burning stone fireplace. Enjoy excellent trout fishing and the pristine hiking and biking trails of the majestic West Fork Valley.

Lowest priced, best value, convenient downtown location! Seller is ready to move these lots and has priced them to sell! Located creekside, lots 2-8 have the ability to be separated into two home sites or utilized as one large affordable estate parcel. A total of 11,412 sqft!

Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) $550,000

Represented by Allison Templin Lots 2-8: $120,000 Lots 2-6: $65,000 Lots 7 & 8: $60,000


OUTSIDE AREAS

115 235 North Piedmont Rico Perched high on the west side of the Dolores River, this 3-bedroom, 2-bath log home is on one of the best lots in Rico. Listen to the river yearround and take in sun and views of Telescope Mountain from the large deck off the main living level. Enjoy peace and quiet with only a short drive to world-class skiing in Telluride. Represented by Allison Templin $275,000

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388 Juniper Village Drive Placer Valley Village

40, 58, & 68 Canyon Court Fall Creek

Just west of Telluride, these pristine 3.45 sunny acres include substantial San Miguel River frontage and adjoin BLM land. The property offers a quaint 784 sqft, fully equipped, 1-bedroom, 3/4-bath cabin with a new shower and tile, a washer/dryer and a new wood burning stove. Live in the cabin, or convert it to a shop, garage or any alternate out building after you build your dream home.

A great value can be found in these three newly constructed homes located on the sunny side of the San Miguel River canyon. All are 1,890 sqft in size and offer 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, vaulted ceilings, a well appointed kitchen, gas fireplace and 1-car garage. A great local’s home.

Represented by Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) $499,000

Represented by Tom Hess / Damon Demas $425,000 to $475,000

Market Fact

From 2009 - 2010 YTD, 5 houses have sold in the Town of Telluride over $1000/sqft & 7 have sold over $800/ sqft. Desirable locations in the Town of Telluride have shown tremendous resiliency in a very difficult market.

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