Shock Hill in Breckenridge is one of the most luxurious and unique subdivisions you will find in this beautiful mountain town! Considered a “gondola-in/gondola-out” subdivision each property owner will find the convenience of being able to walk to their private gondola stop in the neighborhood and be brought to the base of Peak 8. At the end of the day, you can jump back on the gondola and take a short trip back down to your property.
A very sought-after area to live, this subdivision is located up the hill off Ski Hill Road in Breckenridge. Owners at Shock Hill in Breckenridge can enjoy a short walk to town or have the option to take the gondola down, dropping them right in the middle of the town! This exclusive subdivision is smaller in size with a total of 59 residential lots that range in size from 0.45 to 3.47 acres. Each lot boasts spectacular mountain views. Some look over the historical town with Baldy Mountain as the backdrop, while many others look towards peak 8 and the resort.
With the Breckenridge Nordic Center located literally out your backdoor you can strap on a pair of snowshoes, cross-country skis or skate skis and enjoy the plethora of groomed trails for all experience levels. In the summer months, throw on your hiking, running or bike shoes and enjoy the trails that way – winding all the way up Peak 8 or down to the Town of Breckenridge. Merging into the many trails in this area is an open spaced called Cucumber Gulch.
Cucumber Gulch is a true Breckenridge gem situated between Shock Hill and the Breckenridge Ski Area. Designated as preserved open space, it is comprised of 188 acres of open space. As you can image wildlife runs rampant and free in this area. Moose, deer, elk, foxes and beavers are among the many inhabitants of this area and if you’re lucky, you’ll spot one while out adventuring in the area!
Some of the most popular winter activities in Breckenridge include but are not limited to; world-class skiing and snowboarding, Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, dog sledding, snowmobiling and ice skating. In the summer months you find amazing hiking trails ranging from easy, beginner hiking to more extreme hiking up to the tops of 14ners. Mountain biking is just as popular – Breckenridge has some of the best trails in the state! If road biking is more your thing, jump on the paved bike path that goes for miles all around Summit County while you enjoy spectacular mountain views! On a hot day, cast a line in the rushing Blue River that flows through the center of town or hop on a SUP board and give it your best while paddle boarding on the Maggie.
Make Shock Hill in Breckenridge your mountain residence today! If you would like more information about this spectacular subdivision, the professional team of brokers at Real Estate of the Summit will be more than happy to assist you with all your Summit County real estate needs. Call our office at 970-453-1450 or fill out the contact form below and we will get in touch with you.