December 18, 2017 — When it comes to holiday decoration, you've got to get the green. Whether you're sprucing up your primary residence, second home or vacation condo, it's just not the holidays without trees, wreaths and garlands galore. Luckily, the mountains are full of options for evergreen embellishment.
December 14, 2017 — Family rooms large and small are made for relaxation and recreation in your own home, and can be great for hosting gatherings with guests. More formal family rooms are often those that are connected to a great room in the home, versus downstairs rec rooms
December 12, 2017 — If memories of large family meals conjure images of Norman Rockwell's iconic picture "Freedom from Want," also known as "The Thanksgiving Picture," or "I’ll Be Home for Christmas," — the one where grandma and grandpa bring a 20-pound turkey into a dining room — memories
December 12, 2017 — The Scandinavian concept called "hygge" is a design methodology that embraces the feeling of cozy. It has caught on in America, especially in areas like Summit County where staying cozy is extra important during the snowy winter months. Creating this feeling isn't only about what
November 17, 2017 — The number of active real estate listings for residential properties and vacant land zoned for residential use in Summit County is the lowest it's been in at least the last 10 years, according to statistics tracked by Land Title Guarantee Company of Summit County. The
October 28, 2017 — Summit County saw 250 real estate transactions in September for more than $155 million combined, and the average price of those sales was just over $622,000, according to a monthly sales report released by the county assessor's office. Altogether, 35 of those September transactions were
October 24, 2017 — The Shores at Breckenridge, a luxury community of homes on the banks of the Blue River, is riding high after sweeping all eight awards in the multi-family home category at the 23rd annual Summit County Parade of Homes in early October. The Summit County Builders
October 14, 2016 — During the first Gold Rush of 1859, Breckenridge was bustling with activity as miners flocked to the town in search of riches. Saloons lined the streets, ladies of the night attended to lonely men, merchants strolled into town to earn a living off the miners,