September 2018

Found 3 blog entries for September 2018.

Summit County Parade of HomesThe 24th annual Summit County Parade of Homes will continue this weekend but the Summit Builders Association has already handed out this year’s awards. 

Like usual, single-family homes were divided into several different categories based square feet, then judged on eight different factors that include best exterior design and elevation, best kitchen, best master bedroom, best interior finish, best interior furnishings, best landscaping and outdoor living space, best builder concept and workmanship, and best overall home. 

Per the Summit Daily News, here are a few highlights: 

173 Campion Trail, Breckenridge won all criteria for Category 1, which included a home under 4,000 square feet. 

Category 3 included homes between 5,000 and 6,000 square

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Summit County New Construction Buying new construction has obvious advantages that certainly make it an appealing option for any home buyer in the market to consider. Being able to customize your home the way you want it before moving in is arguably the biggest upside, and there’s also something to be said for not having to worry about upgrades, updates, or maintenance for at least the foreseeable short-term.

Like anywhere, buying new construction often means paying a bit of a premium here in Summit County, but if you’re up for the added expense, here are just a few suggestions on where to start a new home search right now…

Summit Sky Ranch

The Summit Sky Ranch community is one of Silverthorne’s newest, not to mention one of the more impressive you’ll find anywhere in Summit

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Still on the Hill, Craft Spirits Festival

Still on the Hill

October 19-21, 2018
Riverwalk Center & Various Locations Throughout Breckenridge, Colorado

Still on the Hill, Breckenridge’s Craft Spirits Festival, is back for the 9th installment of this fall festival. The antithesis of a stuffy wine festival, Still on the Hill offers ample opportunities to fine-tune your spirits tasting abilities, along with a Historic Saloon Walking Tour, Scavenger Hunt & Bar Mix-Off, spirited cooking class, Preston Ghost Town & Gold Mine Tour, and of course the festival favorite: the Bloody Sunday Hangover Brunch.

Admission to the Grand Tasting is $45 i(n advance), granting you premier craft spirits tasting of over 40 distillers ranging from local to national brands, delicious

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