Beautiful mountain home tucked in the woods at the end of scenic Placer Valley. Enjoy spectacular views of 14,000 ft. Mts. Lincoln and Bross from the great room, and from the private outdoor hot tub on the patio off the master bedroom.
The great room, located on the upper floor, has wood floors, vaulted tongue-and-groove wood ceiling with exposed log beams, wood-burning fireplace, and miles of glass facing south and west. Very comfortably furnished, with two sleeper sofas and two Lazy Boy recliners. After a hard day skiing, relax, sit in front of the fire, and read a book. There is even a piano!
The cabin has two televisions - one in the great room and one in the master bedroom. There is television service and internet.
Three bedrooms and two full baths on the ground floor comfortably sleep two couples and two or three children, with additional sleeping available on the sofas upstairs. The entranceway stores skis and boots. The house has radiant floor heating throughout.
The master bedroom is ensuite. There is a very private patio with hot tub facing the mountains. Built into the custom cabinetry is a gas fireplace (just flip the switch next to the bed).
The modern kitchen is fully equipped. There is an island with the stove facing outwards into the dining area and great room for optimal entertaining. The dining table seats eight comfortably.
The home is just over Hoosier Pass, 12 miles south of Breckenridge, one mile from State Highway 9 on County Road 4. Although the road and drive are well-maintained, four-wheel drive is recommended in winter.
We are just 20 minutes to the varied terrain of Breckenridge, 45 minutes to Keystone and Copper Mountain, and one hour to Arapahoe Basin and Vail. There are excellent ski tours on Hoosier Pass and in the Mosquito Range for the Nordic enthusiasts. We love to ski hard all day and then return to the peace and beauty of our private mountain home.
Our (smoke-free) home is perfect for an active family vacation, including excellent alpine, cross-country skiing, or world renown ice climbing in the winter, and mountain climbing, biking, fishing, golfing, and rafting in the summer. Or, the seclusion and setting are perfect for a romantic getaway (there have been two weddings and several honeymoons celebrated in our cabin). This is what the Colorado mountains are all about!
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