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Holiday Weekend Open House In Beaver Creek
Dated: December 20 2018
3219 Daybreak RidgeBachelor Gulch, CO 81620
7 Br | 9 Ba | $9,500,000
December 22, 2018 2:00 - 5:00 PM
Auction. Bid March 21-25. Currently $9.5M. Selling Without Reserve. Showings By Appointment Only. Located in Bachelor Gulch, this estate features large windows, a spacious stone patio, large wine room, media room, hot tub, and convenient ski-in and ski-out access. As the only newer construction home in the neighborhood, this mountain estate has all the essentials for a relaxing main or vacation home with the slopes of one of Colorado's premier luxury resorts located right in your backyardPreview By AppointmentAuction Bidding Opens March 21, 2019 Bidding Ends March 24, 2019GET A CLOSER LOOK!Located in Bachelor Gulch on the slopes of Beaver Creek, this ski-in, ski-out estate features stunning mountain views.
25 Meadow Court #B1, Beaver Creek, CO 81620
7 Br | 5 Ba | $1,950,000
December 23, 2018 2:00 - 4:00 PM
Abundant outdoor living with a ski-in/out location and panoramic views! Vaulted ceilings and walls of windows bring the natural light into this well maintained home designed for multiple families and/or guests. Large kitchen/dining area flows to spacious great room offering space for friends and family gatherings. Bonus entertainment room provides separation or works as the 5th sleeping area. Offered furnished/ turn key ready to enjoy or rent tomorrow. Seller are receptive to offers.
Mark grew up in Baltimore, MD and moved to the Vail Valley in 1992. He didn’t wait long after moving here to open what is now one of the most successful ski shops in the valley, Venture Sports. Seve....
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