Breckenridge Homes & Real Estate

Welcome to your local Breckenridge, CO homes for sale & real estate resource. Breckenridge is a community in Summit County, Colorado, offering residents access to many beautiful outdoor recreational amenities, including ski trails, fly-fishing spots, and mountain biking. It's the perfect place to buy a ski-in ski-out home or condo. To request up-to-date information, including sales history and prices, property disclosures, and more about Breckenridge properties for sale, or to arrange a private showing of any property listed below, contact your LOCAL real estate experts today. Read more about Breckenridge real estate.

Homes for Sale in Breckenridge CO

Breckenridge Real Estate Listings August 16, 2022
148
Listed
94
Avg. DOM
$937.25
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$3,295,000
Med. List Price
148 Properties
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Breckenridge Real Estate Market

Whether buyers are looking for that majestic mountain ski-in ski-out home, a convenient condo community in downtown Breckenridge, a home on the Jack Nicklaus-designed Breckenridge golf course, or that quaint cabin in the woods to get away from it all, homebuyers will find it here in Breckenridge.

Real estate is one of the top industries in Breckenridge's economy. A huge variety of property types exist at every price point, including a mix of single-family homes, luxury homes in Breckenridge's most expensive neighborhoods, townhomes, and condominiums. The market has several luxurious home designs and settings in some of Breckenridge's best neighborhoods, with beautiful mountain views and large wooded lots. Most homes in the area have three bedrooms and three bathrooms, with an average of 1,300 to 2,900 square feet of living space.

While listing prices vary based on home size, location, time of year, and other factors, average home prices generally range between $600,000 in Breckenridge's most affordable neighborhoods and most affordable condo communities to over $10 million, so there are many choices available. Breckenridge also has several empty lots available for sale for those who want to build a custom dream home in this beautiful community.

Breckenridge Community Amenities

There are so many things to do in Breckenridge, a city home to many outdoor recreational activities and several annual events. Popular events hosted in the community include the International Snow Sculpture Championships, the Winter Dew Tour, the National Repertory Orchestra concerts, and a Fourth of July celebration.

Outdoor recreational activities are very popular among Breckenridge residents, and many enjoy experiencing hiking, biking, skiing, and exploring. During the summer, hiking is very popular among residents. Community hiking trails include Iowa Hill Loop, Burro Trail, Hoosier Pass Loop, Sawmill Trail, and Aspen Alley. Mountain and road biking are also very popular, with biking trails along Tiger Road, Boreas Pass Road, Sallie Barber Trail, B&B Trail, and Breckenridge Rec Path. Additionally, residents can enjoy one of the many neighborhood parks, including Carter Park, High Line Railroad Park, and Breckenridge Alpine Garden. Other popular recreational activities include white-water rafting, zip-lining, and fishing.

The Breckenridge Ski Resort is top-rated among locals and vacationers during the winter skiing season. The resort also offers things to do with kids to help them navigate the slopes. Other winter sports experiences include snowmobiling, sledding, and snowboarding. Whether you're vacationing in Breckenridge or are moving to the town, the Breckenridge Ski Resort is a must-see experience.

Breckenridge's culinary and shopping scene offers residents many unique stores, restaurants, and places to gather with others. Cuisine options available at area restaurants include everything from Italian and Mediterranean to American BBQ and French. Popular restaurants in the community include Downstairs at Eric's, Hearthstone Restaurant, and Empire Burgers. Stores in the community feature sporting goods, antiques, jewelry, clothing, housewares, books, and more. Main Street Station and the City Market are popular shopping destinations, offering more than 200 shopping, dining, and entertainment venues.

Highway 70 runs near Breckenridge, offering easy access to the nearby city of Frisco. Popular things to do in Frisco include skiing at Copper Mountain, boating on the Dillon Reservoir, and exploring the downtown shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues, which can be accessed by Breckenridge's public transportation options. Additionally, the city of Denver is approximately one hour and 40 minutes away from the community, offering residents many more things to do. Popular attractions in Denver include the Denver Zoo, the Denver Art Museum, the Molly Brown House, and the Mount Evans Scenic Byway. Additionally, Denver is home to the Denver International Airport, the closest major airport to the Breckenridge community.

The average commute for Breckenridge residents is approximately a 35 to 40 drive. Top employers in the area include Vail Resorts, Lowe's Home Improvement, and Starbucks. In addition, other employment opportunities are available with several major companies, including Centura Health, Well Fargo, Fujitsu, UPS, and Whole Foods Market.

Breckenridge Local Highlights

  • Main Street Station is set at the base of Peak Nine and is home to many shops, restaurants, and things to do for residents, with amazing views of the ski resort area.
  • Breckenridge Alpine Garden is a beautiful garden nestled along a river with fabulous views of the surrounding mountains.
  • Burro Trail provides a beautiful hiking trail along the river's shores, with winding paths and breathtaking views of the surrounding area.
  • Gold Runner Coaster is an elevated coaster located at the Breckenridge Resort, offering a thrilling adventure down the slopes of Peak Eight.
  • High Line Railroad Park is a free museum featuring photos and exhibits showcasing the area's railroad history.
  • Baldy Mountain is a popular outback mountain surrounded by beautiful flowers and is perfect for hiking, biking, and exploring.
  • Imperial Express Superchair is a chairlift taking skiers to the top of the slopes at the Breckenridge Ski Resort.
  • Boreas Pass Road Viewpoint is at the end of a 19.5-mile lightly trafficked trail, providing residents a moderate to skilled hike with fantastic views of the area.
  • Breckenridge is full of unique history and fun facts, like how it's home to the tallest chairlift in North America.

Breckenridge School Information

The Summit School District manages and operates the public schools serving Breckenridge residents. Public schools in the community include Breckenridge Elementary School and Upper Blue Elementary School. Private schools also serve the community, including Breckenridge Montessori and Christ Lutheran Church. Those looking for continuing education opportunities can register for classes at the Colorado Mountain College campus in Breckenridge.

Those looking to buy a home in a beautiful town with fabulous views of the surrounding area will want to start their search in Breckenridge, Colorado. This community is perfect for those who love year-round outdoor recreational activities.

Breckenridge, CO Real Estate Agents

Interested in buying a home in Breckenridge? Allow our Breckenridge, Colorado real estate experts to help you navigate the purchase of or expertly negotiate the sale of your Breckenridge residence. As local real estate agents, we have insider knowledge on the dynamics unique to Breckenridge, Colorado, real estate.

Contact Breck Life Group at eXp Realty to learn more about representation for buyers and sellers. Selling your Breckenridge property? Visit our market analysis page to receive a free home value estimate within minutes.

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