Peak 9 Estates | Breckenridge, CO
The Peak 9 estates possess commanding Ski Slope views and out-the-door, forest trail access for summer excitement. In the Peak 9 river valley, stunning riverfront retreats line the fly-fishing streams of the easy rolling Blue River. In the Peak 9 upland estates, luxury homes feel above the crowd, with front-row seats to the setting sun across the Peak 9 and Peak 10 ski slopes. Since these homes share the similar mountainside as the ski area, there is ski-in access to the resort for intermediate skiers along the neighborhood trails. The Peak 9 estates rely on municipal utility services, offer highspeed cable internet, rest at comfortable elevation and are within minutes of the award-winning, St. Anthony’s hospital.
Ski Slope Views & Aspens
A key feature of the Peak 9 estates is the endlessly magnificent ski slope views that adorn the hillsides above. At the Peak 9 estates, the hot tubs, decks and picture windows are the envy of every guest.
The Blue River
The Blue River begins just west of the Continental Divide at Quandary Peak and makes its entrance into Breckenridge, right here in the valley of the Peak 9 estates. The Blue River is a Gold Medal fishery, with an abundance of rainbow trout. It is also popular for canoeing and kayaking with whitewaters further downstream of the neighborhoods. There are exceptional Summit County fishing outfitters for guided fishing in the local fly-fishing streams.
Within the Peak 9 river valley, there are open spaces where residents enjoy summer picnics along their beautiful “blue,” as it is called by the locals. The Trafalgar and Riverwood subdivisions provide elegant riverfront estates that were built so close to the river that you could cast a fishing line from your backyard or soak in a streamside hot tub.
- Shopping & Restaurants. You can walk to cocktails and town center from the Peak 9 neighborhood sidewalks. Within Breckenridge’s town center, you can find worldly inspired cuisine and locally-owned wineries and distilleries. There are more than 200 stores to choose from in Breckenridge, ranging from art, to ski gear, to boutiques.
- Recreational Path. There is a paved recreational bike path that parallels the Blue River all the way from Breckenridge to Vail and to Keystone. In Summer, the free shuttle allows for you and your bike to comfortably return home after long, fun bike rides across scenic Summit County.
- Carter Park. A great spot for beginner hikes, the Carter Park has a network of wooded walking trails where you won’t have to worry about getting lost. In Winter, Carter Park is a wonderful sledding hill close to the Peak 9 neighborhoods and is an excellent year-round haven for furry friends to play off-leash.
Trails and Ski Resort Access
- Lehman Trail. The lower Lehman Trail is an excellent ski-in and ski-out trail that residents often use to access the Breckenridge Ski Resort. While this trail is not recommended for beginners, you can walk it in snow shoes or simply catch the free shuttle to the base of Peak 9.
- Burro Trail. The Burro Trail offers the quick escape into the wilderness without being miles away. The Burro Trail is an excellent out-and-back route for as long or as short as desired and a gateway to more off-piste hikes ranging from easy to difficult.
- Carter Gulch & Lehman Gulch. The Carter Gulch and Lehman Gulch areas can be rich with local mountain wildlife and trickling waters which can be observed from the trails. Don’t be surprised to find a moose or two on your many treks in this inspired mountain country.
MAGGIE POND – Paddle Board Yoga & Ice Skating
In winter, the Maggie Pond is picture-perfect for skaters of all ages to take in the magical mountain scenery to a spin on the ice. In Summer, colorful paddles boards take a leisurely float on peaceful mornings and there are group paddle and yoga classes offered. The Maggie Pond is located at the base of Peak 9 and just a short stroll from the homes in the neighborhood.
Popular dog walks in Peak 9 are the Burro Trailhead and simply leisurely walks along the sidewalks and open spaces. Carter Dog Park is also a nearby dog park and trail network, on the same corner of town. Within town limits and along certain trails, dogs are required to be leashed.
Services & Use
- Highspeed Cable Internet. Peak 9 homes are suited for remote working with quality local telecommunications infrastructure. Comcast is the local cable internet provider. Many residents report quality cellular services.
- Vacation Rental. Vacation rentals are allowed with permits from the Town of Breckenridge.
- Municipal Utility Services. Homes in these Peak 9 subdivisions are all within town limits of Breckenridge which provides for municipal water and sewer services. Private trash services and private driveway plow services are also available. Xcel Energy provides electric services. There is a municipal transfer tax when closing on real estate within town limits of Breckenridge.
- Town-Maintained Roads. The Peak 9 subdivisions are supported by blacktop surface roads that are cared for by the Town of Breckenridge and town property taxes. This includes sidewalks and other street lighting. Owners often employ private snow-plow services for driveways from December through April or they may leverage contacts from within their HOA for this.
- Homeowners Associations. Most of the Peak 9 subdivisions have a Homeowners Association (HOA) and there will be nominal dues each year. There can be a range of restrictions from general covenants to more restrictive architectural guidelines, depending on the specific subdivision.
- Public Shuttle Services. Whether for recreation or for school, residents appreciate the public shuttle services with multiple stops throughout the Peak 9 neighborhoods. Most residents will find the nearest shuttle stop is within a walking distance of the home.
What are the Peak 9 Estates?
The following subdivisions provide in-town, single-family estates that share the same mountain side as Peak 9 and are supported by municipal services.
- Amber Ridge
- Eagles View
- Peak Ten Bluffs Sunrise Point
- Warriors Mark
- Warriors Mark West
- Warriors Preserve
Interested in more information about the local area or do you have questions about Summit County real estate? Contact Taryn Brooke at: 970.333.8297 or firstname.lastname@example.org.