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Luxury Property: Pegged timber frame at Breckenridge’s Kooroora

Bonnie Smith
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On this, the occasion of my 400th column in the Summit Daily News, our featured home is the pegged timber frame residence at 204 South Pine Street in Breckenridge. Just six blocks east of Main Street, the home looks down the walking path to the downtown core and faces the ski area. Just up the street is Carter Park and the Hermit Placer Trail outside the door connects to an extensive trail system. The home is offered at $2,695,000 and includes a sunny southwest-facing deck and a three-car garage, as well as the stellar views.

Two stone posts mark the drive, one with the home’s name, Kooroora, which is an Aboriginal word meaning “place of good times and peace.” Stairs up to the covered double-doorway lead directly into the great room which is built for those good times. Soaring ceilings showcase the white pine timber frame. Double sets of French doors run along the south wall, capturing views of Peak 10 and the sun. Here, too is a broad deck, partially covered – the perfect spot for weekend brunch or a summer party. “Mushroom” heaters are plumbed into the gas line, extending the deck’s hours of evening entertainment.

The great room itself is centered by a corner fireplace which leaves the view intact. The focal point of the room is an eleven foot custom pine dining table which sets a rustic Tuscan tone for the space. Wide-plank dark pine floors contrast with the gold of the timbers. The entire west facing wall of the home has windows which bring in the light and the mountain views.

To the left, the kitchen has a pale gold limestone island which provides a sumptuous area for a buffet. Appliances include a Viking Professional six burner cooktop, two GE Monogram dishwashers, a GE Monogram refrigerator, and a triple bank of GE ovens – which include double convection ovens and an Advantium microwave combination. To the left, a wet bar area runs the length of the wall with the perfect spot for a breakfast, coffee or cocktail set up. Custom tile work here features wine labels from all over the world. A built in shelving area houses dozens of cook books. There is a walk in pantry with an upright freezer, and abundant storage, including baking cabinets with slide out shelves.

Nearby, a powder room has a faux finish that looks like red leather and a pedestal sink. Just past is the main floor master suite with another stone fireplace in ivory tones. The large picture window looks directly down the walking path all the way to the Riverwalk plaza and the mountains beyond. The ensuite bath has a corner jetted tub, double sinks and a totally glass steam shower. Ivory travertine in three finishes melds with antiqued ivory cabinets.

A few steps from the pantry reveal a laundry with utility sink and GE Harmony washer and dryer tucked behind doors. The three car garage is here as well, with built in cabinets and a ski boot warmer. There is a library/bedroom suite accessed here with unique rooflines and custom built in shelving. The bath features Colorado slate.

Stairs down from the main level open into a family room with wet bar and surround sound media. The bar has a refrigerator with ice maker and another dishwasher. Counters are deep gold travertine with backsplashes of beer and wine labels. A distressed arched door reveals a 4600 bottle wine cellar with walls fauxed to look like rock.

There are three additional bedrooms on this level. One is presently used as a music room, with extra deep closets which keep gear dust free. The second shares a tiled bath with the family area. The third is a second master suite with walk in closet. The bath here boasts barn red cabinets and a red and gold travertine slab countertop with double sinks. A soaking tub and shower with glass Euro doors completes the suite.

Throughout the home, careful attention to detail adds designer touches with custom tile work, ten foot ceilings on the lower level, plenty of storage, and an open inviting floor plan. Don’t miss the opportunity to build a lifetime of memories in a home meant for generations to come.

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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