Ski Home to The Woods
The Woods at Breckenridge is a lovely mountain neighborhood just two blocks from Main Street and directly across the street from the gondola terminal site. The new Skyway Skiway allows skiers to return from a day at the resort right to the neighborhood. Offered at $1,199,000, the four bedroom, three bath home at 129 Woods Drive has a price per square foot of $532 for the 2,250 square feet. Additionally, there is a one car garage, a wonderful amenity in a townhome.One enters the neighborhood just off Park Avenue and notes the mountain exterior, with its green trim, peeled log beam accents and exposed rock and stucco design. Homes are nestled in spruce, pine and aspen trees and set into the hillside. Each home has a name of local flora or fauna with a hand-carved painted door in the design. A slated entry greets you, along with a coat closet.This level is the main living area of the home with a fireplace rimmed in slate centering the space. The glass doors of the living space lead to a sunny deck to take advantage of views of town and the mountains. To the left is the dining area, along with a breakfast bar offering additional seating. Peeled log beam detail is everywhere, including the rustic stairway leading up or down to other levels.Just beyond is the kitchen with its natural wood cabinets. Appliances include microwave, five burner Kitchenaid cooktop, wall oven, Asko dishwasher and Kitchenaid refrigerator. A sunny window over the sink lets in the light. Countertops are slab granite in charcoal and chestnut tones. A farmhouse sink lends a rustic touch. Lighting fixtures are done in distressed bronze.Past the kitchen is a bedroom with French doors opening out to one of the multi-tiered decks. The adjoining full bath is tiled in a warm gray with Kohler under mounted Kohler sinks.Stairs down lead to the laundry with extra storage, a mud room area and the garage access. Stairs up lead to the three additional bedrooms. Two share a full bath tiled in warm beige and sage tones. Details have been carefully selected, even to the heat lamp for extra comfort. The bedroom on the right features a door leading to a deck area.The master suite is highlighted by a sunny alcove with mountain vistas all the way to Baldy Mountain. The bath has double sinks, a corner Jacuzzi jetted tub and a separate shower with a Euro-style glass surround. Travertine counters and tiles are beautiful details. Much planning went into the homes, with beautiful woodwork and features such as a laundry chute system for the upper level and an OnQ house management system. With lovely finishes and a stellar in-town location with ski access in and out, this is the perfect mountain home for all seasons.
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