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This condo on Boreas Pass offers the best of both worlds - amazing views, new updates, peace and quiet and just a minutes walk from the Summit Stage bus route. This free bus can take you wherever you want to go in Breckenridge, from restaurants to the base of Peak 9. Should you have a car, it is an easy 10 minute drive down Boreas Pass Rd. to the base of Peak 9 or Gondola. The condo is also located just a minute walk from the beautiful The Lodge at Breckenridge and Traverse Restaurant.
There is 1 bedroom with a brand new Simmons Beautyrest queen sized bed, a bathroom with a tub perfect for soaking in after a day on the slopes and a generous kitchen/living area.
In 2002, I came to Breckenridge from Newbury, England after finishing at Exeter University (south coast). I had the idea to do one ski season (as we called them) and have my life’s epiphany. I landed a job at Peak 9 Ticket Sales and jetted off to Denver. Steve, from Syracuse NY, studied at Marist, had much the same idea. After working for the American Airlines Theatre in New York, he came out to Breckenridge, with a school friend, to ski (and work). He also landed a job at Peak 9 Ticket Sales.
4 years later we were married and had already lived in Colorado and Boston. After endless weekends of driving to and fro from Boston to Vermont, we decided to move to Stowe and live the skiing life again. There I patrolled and Steve worked as the manager of the ski shop. They were happy and sporadically sunny/rainy years…
Bored of the Vermont weather and ready for new terrain, we packed up again, this time with a dog (Ollie, English Springer) in tow and sped west to South Lake Tahoe. I worked back on the mountain patrolling, and Steve became a commercial pilot and manager of the FBO at the SLT airport. We spent a fun 5 years there until we decided that we should probably start to approach the property ladder, and have “proper” jobs. Off to Dallas, TX. This time, our move had grown bigger than just a pick-up, we had 2 dogs (Ollie and now Lola a long haired dachshund) 8 pairs of skis, bikes, all fun stuff that takes up a lot of room, still no furniture.
Since landing in Dallas, (Lower Greenville), we have been very happy. Jobs are good and life is treating us well. Ollie has his own garden and doggie door and Lola is just Lola. We miss skiing but are now having fun getting this condo ready for you wonderful people to stay in, and training for full and half Ironman triathlons.