Colorado temperatures may be dipping, but the sales at The Shores at Breckenridge continue to climb.

Continuing the upward real estate trend in this region, The Shores — a luxury riverfront community in Breckenridge — had another record year in 2018, with more than 10 homes already sold.

Adding to the draw of this area is the grooming of the eight-mile recreation path between Frisco and Breckenridge, which happens to run directly past The Shores.

The path accommodates Nordic skiers, mountain bikers, cross country skiers, snow shoers, runners and walkers, and connects the Frisco Nordic Center to Breckenridge’s Gold Run Nordic Center.

“The Breckenridge market continues to see price increases with a limited supply of new construction and detached single-family homes. The allure of the homes at The Shores remains steady as seen by our robust sales. And the addition of a new groomed trail means even more year-round recreational opportunities are available at this already active area.”

— Noah Hahn, managing partner of Boulder-based Meriwether Properties, which has partnered with San Diego’s Pathfinder Partners, LLC to develop the community.

All homes at The Shores at Breckenridge feature open floor plans with expansive views of the Breckenridge Ski Resort, the Blue River and surrounding open space.

The residences were designed with both full-time and seasonal residents in mind — with soaring vaulted ceilings and spacious outdoor entertaining areas.

Gas fireplaces, natural gas and radiant heat are included for comfortable living, and natural stone accents, oak flooring and knotty alder cabinetry are featured throughout.


Kitchens with premium Bosch® appliances, shaker style cabinetry, granite countertops and large islands have been created for families and entertaining. Prices range from $1.2 to $1.9 million.

Once completed in early 2020, the community will feature 56 detached and paired residences, all with easy access and close proximity to the Blue River.

Photos courtesy of The Shores at Breckenridge