Luxury Properties: Pine Street luxury
Today’s featured residence, right in the heart of Breckenridge, marries timeless beauty, excellent design and a special High Country location with the best of our mountain views. The home at 206 South Pine Street is offered at $2,295,000. The five bedroom, five-and-a-half bath residence sits on the uphill side of the street in the quiet Gold Flake III neighborhood, drinking in the views from the ski area.
The home is set well back from the road, with a lovely lawn and beautiful landscaping adding to the setting. Exterior rock work speaks to the special quality of the details. The main entry is on the south side with the covered front door opening into a stone entry. On this level is the access to the three-car garage, and a mudroom with built in benches and individual cubbies for everyone. A powder room with vessel sink is an added amenity.
A handful of stairs leads to the great room, with hand-scraped walnut floors, and bolted beams supporting the soaring ceilings. A massive stone fireplace with raised hearth sets the mountain tone. A dining room on the left is ringed in windows. The centerpiece of the space, however, is the extraordinary view of the Breckenridge Ski Resort which is captured in the massive front windows. A door here leads out to the wraparound deck which boasts western and southern exposure.
Adjoining the living area, the kitchen has slab granite countertops in butterscotch, cream and saddle tones. A large rock grotto frames the Viking Professional series range with six burners, a griddle and double ovens. Other Viking Professional appliances include two dishwashers, a microwave, refrigerator and a wine refrigerator. Additionally, there is a built in desk area, room for breakfast seating, seating at the counter and a pair of copper sinks. Nearby, another door leads to a barbeque deck off of the kitchen.
On this level, the main-floor master enjoys a fireplace with tumbled travertine fascia and a door out to the deck for morning coffee. The same stunning views are a major feature of the suite. The master bath features a built in vanity, double sinks, an extra-deep jetted Jason tub and a steam shower with your option of using the rainfall head or vertical spa system. The walk in master closet reveals a washer and dryer and beautiful detailed wood fittings.
Carpeted stairs lead down to the family room which is spacious enough for a pool table, as well as a media viewing space. Anchored by another stone fireplace, the space also has a wet bar with copper sink and Viking refrigerator with icemaker. This level has four additional bedrooms, each with a bath. One bath has a Jack and Jill door to the family room, while one bedroom currently serves as a wonderful gym, complete with adjoining steam room. A short flight of stairs down from this level leads to a bonus area, which is set up to be a wine cellar with an anteroom, but could also be a library or media area.
This home has thoughtful, luxurious details and has touches that speak to a carefully planned residence. The woodworking detail and natural materials used are beautifully chosen. Just a few blocks down the nearby walking trail is Main Street, with shopping, dining and recreational opportunities. Carter Park is a block away for sledding, tennis and picnicking, while the trail system runs near the rear of the home offering snowshoeing, biking and hiking. With the perfect setting and stellar design, don’t miss the opportunity to live your mountain dreams in this beautiful home.
Bonnie Smith is owner/managing broker of Exclusive Mountain Retreats Real Estate. She can be reached at (970) 453-0765, or on Twitter at @skismith.
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