Close to 7 Ski Resorts New Home Amazing Views

Great Location close to 7 resorts, Great Views, 5300sf of vacation fun.
Great Location close to 7 resorts, Great Views, 5300sf of vacation fun.

From $1667 / night

1105 Bald Eagle Road, Silverthorne, CO 80498
Close to 7 Ski Resorts New Home Amazing Views
6 bedrooms
14 guests
7 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 6
Bathrooms: 5.5
Sleeps: 14
Type: Home
Per week: $15,000
Per month: $50,000
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Silverthorne vacation home rental
This is it!!! 5300 square foot home with Best views in the county and the perfect vacation home rental you have been looking for. Sleeps at least 12. Main floor has master, gourmet kitchen 3 living/play areas so everyone can have their own space. 2 expansive outdoor decks. Lower floor has "pub" for entertaining -wet bar, pool table, ping pong and a hot tub on the outdoor covered deck. Watch the sun come down and enjoy the city lights while you relax after a day of skiing in your hot tub! Then go up to the "Dude Cave" for gaming, 2 TV sets, exercise equipment, boxing & full bathroom. 2 car Garage, Parking for more. This IS your mountain vacation dream home. East/West exposure and a wall of windows that maximizes light and all day sun. See amazing sunsets and huge views of the Gore Mountain Range that change minute to minute!
This home is like new. It is immaculate. It has wood floors, granite and all the finishes you expect in a home of this caliber. 1 hour 15 min to Denver, Close to DIA Denver airport. Within 15 min to Ski Keystone, 20 min to A Basin, and Copper and Loveland, 25 min to Breckenridge, 30 min to Vail. 40 min to beaver Creek. Great Gourmet Restaurants,Dining, Pubs, Brewery, Theatre, entertainment, outlet stores.
Better than ski in ski out because there is fun for the whole family. Don't Ski? Hike, and snowshoe right outside the door. Nordic Ski too!
Nearby Recreation center has 3 pools, slides, full fitness facility and classes. Great for kids. Skating, ice hockey and ice fishing as well as snowmobiles, Kite Skiing and Tubing fun all within minutes. This is not your typical vacation home. Call me for more information. Available 12/16/15 to 1/6/16. $15,000/week

Karen Dolamore

Area Information
SILVERTHORNE a offers some of the best hiking, hunting, dining, fishing, snowshoeing, ice skating and golfing in Summit County. Its close proximity to 7 ski resorts and astounding mountain vistas make it a perfect place to live and play. The Silverthorne Pavilion anchors the town center; it's a $4 million elegant log banquet and performing arts venue surrounded by riverside retail, dining and apartments.

I-70 is one of the main reasons Summit County is so popular. Silverthorne is located right off of Colorado I-70, and from there, it's no more than about a half hour to any major ski resort, including Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Keystone, Loveland and Arapahoe Basin, Copper Mountain and Vail. Add 10 minutes and you are in Beaver Creek Ski Resort. Easy access to the mountains via the highway is why so many people from the Front Range (Denver and beyond) come to Summit to play or own a second home. I-70 Colorado also takes travelers right to Denver International Airport.

SKIING KEYSTONE -Keystone is a world-class ski resort. Family-friendly activities and laid-back atmosphere make it a favorite destination for families. Yet, it has something for everyone. It operates the only all-day snow-cat adventure and offers three peaks to ski and ride. It's also the only resort in Summit County that offers NIGHT SKIING . It is the largest ski mountain in the county with acclaimed snowboard park, varying slopes & night riding.

Keystone restaurants are renown for their cuisine, and its summer festivals, such as the Bluegrass and Beer Festival, are not to be missed. The central activities center offers everything from dinner SLEIGH RIDES and wine tasting events.
The village is centered around a lake, which turns into the largest outdoor ice-skating rink in the county during the winter. A lodge, spa and condominiums surround the village. Across the highway, a state-of-the-art conference center draws in people nationwide. River Run is a newer development, full of shops, restaurants and up-scale condominiums. It sits at the base of the gondola.

SKIING -BRECKENRIDGE Breckenridge Colorado started out as an old mining town during the 19th-century gold rush. It h-as maintained its Victorian charm today, as seen in the historic buildings along and around Main Street. It represents "genuine Colorado", with a "real" town at the base of a world-class ski resort. Within the quaint architecture, modern shops offer everything from art galleries and clothing stores to great restaurants and bars. The town even boasts a Nordic center, state-of-the-art recreation center, ice rink and award-winning theater (The Backstage Theatre).
In 2006, the ski resort installed the highest chairlift in North America, whisking riders to 12,840 feet. Then, it built the BreckConnect, a gondola that sets the stage for future development of Breckenridge's Peaks 7 and 8 and connects the resort with the town. It also made a Skiway - a ski run, connecting the ski area with the parking lots in town.
During the ski season, Breckenridge brims with events, including the U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix.

SKIING COPPER MOUNTAIN Copper Mountain tends to be a local's favorite, partially because of its naturally separated terrain, which divides snow riders by ability. The mountain offers 2,450 skiable acres, and free snow-cat rides to Copper's legendary Tucker Mountain aid skiers and riders in finding fresh powder.
It lies on the western end of Summit County, just off of Interstate 70. The closest town is Frisco. Copper Mountain is the closest to Vail.
Camp Woodward is an action-sports and gymnastics camp. The camp at Copper is Woodward's first winter-focused facility. The 19,000-square-foot, 45-foot-tall building will offer progressive teaching tools, such as foam pits, trampolines and synthetic snow for skiers and riders.

Skiing VAIL-
Coveted as one of the largest ski resorts in the world with more than 5,200 acres of developed ski and snowboard terrain, seven legendary Back Bowls spanning seven miles, and the most groomed terrain on the planet, Vail has been an extraordinary winter vacation destination for passionate skiers and snowboarders for more than 50 years. Whether you love the feeling of gliding down a freshly laid carpet of groomed snow or revel in knee-deep powder, Vail has terrain to suit your style and is known for that light and fluffy Colorado powder Vail has unique Kid's Adventure Zones all over the mountain, featuring banked turns, tunnels, and small glades. These fun and safe areas are perfect to build confidence and challenge your child's skiing and riding abilities.

FRISCO- lies at the heart of Summit County; Frisco's Main Street is a combination of historic structures and modern conveniences. Restaurants and shops line the street, while Frisco Historic Park contains a dozen buildings from the late 1800s and early 1900s, ranging from a schoolhouse to the Frisco jail. In the winter, it is home to the Frisco Nordic Center and the Tubing Hill!!
it's an easy drive to Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Silverthorne or Dillon from here. As a result, real estate is in demand by locals.

DILLON If you're looking for small-town charm, Dillon has it. The town overlooks Lake Dillon, In winter, skiers and riders who want to be central to all of the ski areas - but not smack dab in the middle of tourism .Kite skiing is popular on this lake!
The town is also home to the Lake Dillon Theatre, an award-winning theater, as well as a number of wonderful restaurants, a bowling alley, a ball field and a lakeside park.


CLOSE TO ALL SKI RESORTS 1 hour 30 min from Denver Airport , Within 15 min to Ski Keystone, 20 min to Arapaho Basin, and Copper, 25 min to Breckenridge, 30 min to Vail. 45 min to Beaver Creek

Don't Ski? Hike, and snowshoe right outside the door. Nordic Ski too!
Nearby Recreation center has 3 pools, slides, full fitness facility and classes. Great for kids. Skating, ice hockey and ice fishing as well as snowmobiles, Kite Skiing and Tubing fun all within minutes.
Outlet stores for the shoppers. 4 Supermarkets close by including Whole Foods.

About the owner

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Karen Dolamore

Karen Dolamore

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Dec 16 2016 Jan 16 2017 - - $15,000 $50,000 1 Week
Check In: 8 a.m. Check Out: 6 p.m.
Lodging tax: 7%
Deposits: TBD
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