The lake at Alpine Mountain Ranch & Club is a great place to paddleboard or kayak, practice fly casting or sit on the dock and take in the scenery.
The mountain lifestyle sought in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, is different for everyone. At luxury development, Alpine Mountain Ranch & Club, primary and second homeowners enjoy a choice when it comes to high-end amenities.
While some desire slope-side access to the world-class Champagne Powder at Steamboat Ski Resort, which borders the development, others prefer the challenge of teeing it up at Catamount Golf Club, conveniently connected next door, via cart path.
Alpine Mountain Ranch & Club owners have access to a private, 1.5 mile section of the trout-rich Yampa River.
Avid anglers may seek to wet a line in the trout-rich water of the Yampa River, while others prefer to watch the days pass from the deck taking in the spectacular views of the surrounding Colorado’s Rocky Mountains. Good news is, no matter your preference of mountain lifestyle, Alpine Mountain Ranch & Club in Steamboat Springs, delivers.
Warm-weather amenities at Alpine Mountain Ranch & Club include the community’s private lake for family-friendly fishing, paddleboarding or relaxing on the dock enjoying the views.
World-class skiing, a lush alpine setting, knee-high champagne powder – this is what comes to mind when people think of Steamboat Springs. But there’s a new trend taking shape in the family-friendly resort town that’s hard to deny. The lifestyle-driven community is gaining massive popularity among buyers investing in primary and second homes, not only for the classic winter pursuits, but for the abundant warm-weather activities stretching across the Yampa Valley.
The growing trend in family-friendly Steamboat Springs is people investing in homes not only for the area’s classic winter pursuits but, increasingly, for the abundant warm-weather activities.
The result? A mecca for luxury buyers who want it all. We’re talking year-round indoor-outdoor recreation, exceptional world-class amenities, and all the laid back charms of a bustling mountain destination.
Vail Village, Vail Ski Resort (Photo: Michelle Maria)
Four Colorado destinations rank among the top 15 best small towns in the America, according to the latest U.S News and World Report. With our favorite Colorado vacation hubs topping the list, we couldn’t help but take a closer look at what keeps these resort towns booming.
The stakes just got higher in the super competitive, high end fractional private residence club market. I told you about El Corazon de Sante Fe joining up with the unbeaten Fairmont Residence Club program. Have been at both El Corazon and Fairmont Ghirardelli Square now and really didn’t think it could get any better. In fact, in a few weeks we will be bringing Fairmont Ghirardelli Square right here to Dallas — stay tuned!
But Carbondale, Colorado-based Timbers Resorts just upped the ante by adding Mayacama, Sonoma’s award-winning 675-acre golf and private residence club, to the company’s portfolio of resort destinations. And what a portfolio: The Timbers Club in Snowmass, Colo.; Esperanza in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; The Rocks Club in Scottsdale, Arizona; Castello di Casole in Tuscany, Italy; The Preserve at Botany Bay on St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands; One Steamboat Place in Steamboat Springs, Colorado; The Orchard at The Carneros Inn in Napa, California; The Villas at Rancho Valencia in Rancho Santa Fe, California; Doonbeg in County Clare, Ireland; The Sebastian in Vail, Colorado and, Dancing Bear Aspen in Aspen, Colorado. Ownership at one of these properties means you can trade spaces at any one of these properties: I’ve been to both Rancho Valencia and The Sebastian — thumbs way, way up!
Fractionals start at $350,000 to $595,000 for, I’m guessing, the larger 3,000 square foot villas. I know sales were a bit slow at Mayacama last summer, I hear things have now picked up and this move ought to make sales sizzle:
TIMBERS RESORTS ANNOUNCES ADDITION OF MAYACAMA TO PORTFOLIO
Award-Winning Sonoma, California Golf and Private Residence Club
Becomes the Newest Addition to the Timbers Collection
SONOMA, CALIF. – (September 12, 2012) – Carbondale, Colorado-based Timbers Resorts, one of the largest independent developers and operators of private boutique resorts and residence clubs, announces the addition of Mayacama, Sonoma’s award-winning 675-acre golf and private residence club, to the company’s portfolio of resort destinations.
“We are committed to growing the Timbers Resorts portfolio with high-end, luxury properties that our Owners will enjoy for years to come; and Sonoma is a destination we’ve have always had our sights set on,” said David Burden, CEO & Founder of Timbers Resorts. “Set in the heart of a world-renowned wine region, Mayacama offers Owners an unparalleled private golf club experience with exquisite residences available through the private residence club. It is the perfect addition to the Timbers Collection portfolio of properties around the world.”
Through this partnership, Timbers Resorts has also assumed management of the real estate sales and marketing operations at Mayacama in order to support Mayacama in fulfilling its vision of completing the development of the Sonoma Private Residence Club. Sales and marketing efforts are currently underway at Mayacama for the one-tenth and one-fifth residential interest offerings ranging from $350,000 to $595,000.
Residential Membership at Mayacama brings together private residences of grace and sophistication with the extraordinary experience of the Sonoma Wine Country centered around a Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course, a sprawling 40,000 square foot Clubhouse featuring a culinary program evocative of the region, fitness center and wellness spa and an extensive wine cellar with nearly 500 private wine lockers for Members to store hard-to-find and rare wines offered through Mayacama’s 35 acclaimed Vintner Members. In addition to a full suite of residential services, including pre-arrival grocery shopping and daily housekeeping, Mayacama Residences also offers a selection of knowledgeable concierges, caddies, valet attendants and sommeliers to make the second home experience memorable and hassle-free.
Equally enticing is that with Residential Membership at Mayacama comes membership in the Timbers Collection and the opportunity to experience an array of exquisite properties in the Timbers Reciprocity Program including The Timbers Club in Snowmass, Colo.; Esperanza in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; The Rocks Club in Scottsdale, Arizona; Castello di Casole in Tuscany, Italy; The Preserve at Botany Bay on St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands; One Steamboat Place in Steamboat Springs, Colorado; The Orchard at The Carneros Inn in Napa, California; The Villas at Rancho Valencia in Rancho Santa Fe, California; Doonbeg in County Clare, Ireland; The Sebastian in Vail, Colorado and, Dancing Bear Aspen in Aspen, Colorado
For information on Mayacama, please visit www.mayacama.com or call 866.393.1818.
About Timbers Resorts:
Since 1999, Timbers Resorts has established a gracious collection of properties in the world’s most sought-after destinations. As the developer and operator of boutique, private resorts, hotels and residence clubs – including ski, golf, leisure and beach locations – Timbers Resorts has created an unrivaled reputation in the luxury resort and real estate industry. Throughout its history, Timbers Resorts has committed to being authentic, unique and respectful of the destination, focusing on family and experiences, and never compromising with regard to quality and service.
To make the ownership and the vacation experience more rewarding, Timbers Resorts has created a host of amenities and services that are the equal of its residences and resorts. Services that make travel effortless, partnerships with brands that enrich and invigorate, and most importantly, reciprocity among the resorts, so that Owners in one destination can discover and enjoy the entire Timbers Resorts portfolio.
Current Timbers Collection properties include The Timbers Club in Snowmass, Colorado; Esperanza in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; The Rocks Club in Scottsdale, Arizona; Castello di Casole in Tuscany, Italy; The Preserve at Botany Bay on St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands; One Steamboat Place in Steamboat Springs, Colorado; The Orchard at The Carneros Inn in Napa, California; The Sebastian – Vail in Vail, Colorado; Dancing Bear Aspen in Aspen, Colorado; Mayacama in Sonoma, California; The Villas at Rancho Valencia in Rancho Santa Fe, California; Doonbeg in County Clare, Ireland.