Breckenridge Historic District Ski Chalet

A Timeline in Design

A timeline representing the complete history of Breckenridge was masterfully created in the design of this home…If someone were to describe its history, they would say that the home was originally built in the early 1900s and was placed next to an old barn, originally built in the 1800s.  Then, later and more recently, a seamless integration was performed attaching the house to the barn with a slight modernization of the features and materials to all of the structures.

This truly spectacular and inviting home can fully accommodate ski and outdoor enthusiasts along with their entire family.  There is plenty of ski, boot, biking, and camping storage immediately accessible to allow one to quickly enjoy all Breckenridge has to offer.  Or, kick off the boots in a warm environment and come relax and experience the inviting atmosphere a well-designed mountain chalet has to offer.

No detail was left ignored in this one of a kind ski chalet; from mini barn door sliding cabinet doors in the mud room to windows overlooking the slopes of Breckenridge.  A stay at this ski chalet is unforgettable.

Interior Design

Although the exterior of the chalet is Victorian, the interior is mountain rustic.  It is a perfect balance of old and new.  Reclaimed barn wood and beams were essential as a major focus of material used in this home.  Not only does it provide the accurate representation of materials originally used on buildings in the historic district of Breckenridge, it provides a warm and rustic appearance to the interior design  as well.  Real stone from Telluride and hand scraped wood floors compliment the mountain ambience.  In-floor radiant heat delivers the efficient and cozy warming heat to the home.  The upstairs includes a full master retreat with a reading area and its own covered deck with a view of the slopes.  The main level centers around a spacious kitchen, eating nook, dining room and great room for entertainment and relaxation all within the warmth of the stone fireplace.   The lower levels include an additional master suite area and bedrooms that the kids will love complete with hand crafted, built in bunk beds.  Gatherings naturally end up in the wet bar and media area that wows the imagination through its use of actual chair lift cables as railing guides and master built cabinetry from reclaimed wood.  It is a space guests will never forget.

  • Square Footage:  3,100
  • Bedrooms:  4
  • Bathrooms:  4