* 8-minute drive from Breck’s Main Street and walking distance to Hwy 9 bus stop
* High ceilings with wooden panels and beams throughout
* Outdoor space features patio furniture, a grill, and a fire table
* Professionally decorated
* Free garage parking
* Washer and dryer
* Sleeps 8
Whoever said you can’t have your cake and eat it, too clearly never stayed in this mountain home. Serenity is set up for success on this dreamy, wooded lot that spans over half an acre - but you won’t have to sacrifice time on the social scene. Located less than ten minutes from Breck’s Main Street, this Blue River retreat makes it easy to go out and paint the town red.
In addition to the thriving shops and restaurants in town, opportunity awaits in the great outdoors - hit the slopes, conquer nearby hiking trails, or explore the Blue River itself.
There is so much to admire about this property, inside and out; from its iconic double-barrel roof to its eco-friendly features like straw bale insulation and reclaimed beetle kill pine ceilings. The eccentric bohemian decor complements the modest structure throughout the home.
This remarkable, spacious home sleeps up to eight people.
* Main Floor
- Bedroom 3 - queen bed, walk-in closet
- Full bathroom
- Dining area
- Living area
- Laundry room (washer and dryer)
* Upper Level / 2nd Floor
- Primary bedroom - king bed, full ensuite bathroom
- Bedroom 2 - queen bed, full ensuite bathroom
- Bedroom 4 - queen bed, full ensuite bathroom
- Living area
It’s no surprise that Breckenridge is often referred to as the perfect mountain town. It is perfectly situated at the base of Breckenridge Ski Resort – ensuring that you never have to choose between visiting the mountain or visiting the Town of Breckenridge. It’s all right here. While the mountain offers 5 peaks and 2908 skiable acres to explore, it’s the town that sets Breckenridge apart. Full of history and character, Breckenridge shares an incredibly laid-back charm that makes you feel like a local – no matter the season. Take a stroll down historic Main Street and feel the vibrant spirit of eclectic boutiques and après-ski cheer, relax fireside in a cozy café or enjoy summer afternoons on one of our many sun-soaked patios and decks. As the largest historic district in Colorado, the town of Breckenridge features a wide variety of shops, activities, culture, and attractions to entertain.
Explore Breck like a local and head over to Breckenridge Brewery and Pub for some delicious eats and unique hoppy beers, or walk on over to The Hearthstone Restaurant which serves plates that include ingredients that are sourced from family farms around Colorado. Relish is another fan favorite and it prides itself on its Breckenridge roots and serves up Colorado-inspired cuisine in both classical and non-classical ways. The restaurant is frequently busy, with locals and tourists enjoying dishes such as Colorado steak, Colorado quinoa, and surf and turf. The head chef’s background in both classical and non-classical cookery gives the dishes a unique Relish twist.
Whether you’re looking forward to a day off the slopes or searching for a little alternative adventure, Breckenridge has as much to offer off the mountain as it does on any of its 155 trails. Breck is a snow-lovers paradise. With five peaks of skiing and snowboarding from Peak 6 to Peak 10, there’s a wide variety of Breckenridge Ski Trails for skiers and riders of all levels. Or, if you’re chasing waterfalls in the Summer, there are 3 must-hike waterfall trails including McCullough Gulch, Continental Falls, and Mohawk Lakes.
Wintertime in Colorado brings many opportunities for play and adventure, as well as seasonal hazards that require consideration. AWD or 4WD capable vehicles are required from November - April for all guests. Please plan your travel accordingly.