Modern Masterpiece in Breckenridge Puts You Minutes From the Slopes

1003 Boreas Pass Rd - Exterior

1003 Boreas Pass Road Breckenridge, Colorado is currently listed for $2,300,000. Photo Courtesy – LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

If you’re on the hunt for the perfect vacation home in the mountains, Breckenridge, Colo., has a newly constructed modern masterpiece just minutes from a Free Ride Transit System that will take you directly to the slopes.

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“This property would make an excellent second home,” says Jack Wolfe, co-listing agent at LIV Sotheby’s International Realty. “The home is just minutes from the slopes.”

1003 Boreas Pass Rd - kitchen floorplan

1003 Boreas Pass Rd - interior

Nestled in a private wooded area yet still within walking distance to the charming town of Breckenridge, it’s a place that offers the best of both worlds, coupled by a modern-industrial design aesthetic created by architect Allen-Guerra.

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Headquartered in Breckenridge and Houston, Allen-Guerra is a full-service firm, well-known for specializing in fine homes, mountain cabins, and ranches. 

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“There would be no need to use a car,” says Wolfe. “In less than five minutes guests of this home can access a major free bus service hub and conveniently connect to the base of their choice.”

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1003 Boreas Pass Rd - bathtub

In addition to its unbeatable location and picturesque mountain setting, the four-bedroom, five-full-and-one-half-bathroom home is equipped with in-floor radiant heat, three fireplaces, an outdoor built-in barbecue, and oversized two-car garage for storing ski gear, snowmobiles, and fly-fishing rods.

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One of the biggest selling points is a lock-off mother-in-law apartment with separate entrance — perfect for a nanny or private guest quarters. 

A chef-inspired open kitchen with large entertaining space is ideal for making memories with family and friends around the fireplace after an adventurous day on the mountain.