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#1 boutique real estate brokerage in Colorado
BBB Accredited Business
Best of the Springs 2016 - Gazette

Your Team

Whether buying or selling, you have dedicated specialists here to support you.

Top Agent

Top 11 Real Estate Agent Nationwide in 2016 as seen in Real Trends & the Wall Street Journal
#1 Real Estate Agent in Colorado in 2015 & 2014 & 2013

Your Agent

National speaker, trainer, and mentor, Monica Breckenridge brings her experience & success to the table with every transaction.

About Aspen

Located high in the Rocky Mountains, Aspen is the 53rd largest city in the state, and the Aspen real estate market features many beautiful mountain homes and properties. Two hundred miles southwest of Denver and 130 miles east of Grand Junction, it is at the southeastern end of the Roaring Fork Valley.

The Roaring Fork Valley stretches from Glenwood Springs and the Northwest end to Aspen on the Southeast end. Aspen is surrounded by the White River National Forest. Aspen encompasses 3.66 square miles and is a relatively flat valley floor surrounded on three sides by Aspen, Smuggler and Red Mountains.

Aspen was founded in 1880 and incorporated in 1881. It is internationally renowned as a winter and summer resort.

The Aspen Idea

Aspen was fortunate to have attracted the likes of Walter and Elizabeth Paepcke who saw the potential of an idealized model of civilization: a place where physical activity, art, music and the humanities would together enrich the spirit and elevate society. This culminated in the Aspen Idea - the complete person living in a community that nourished the mind, body and spirit of its citizens.

Mountains & Outdoor Recreation

Aspen Mountain, locally referred to as Ajax, rises up directly from downtown, bringing a whole new meaning to ski-in/ski-out. Buttermilk Mountain, home of the Aspen X Games, is a kids' and beginners' paradise. Aspen Highlands boasts the legendary Highland Bowl, and Snowmass offers the largest acreage and diversity by having something for everyone.

Aspen’s beautiful scenery and open space also lends itself well to other types of winter recreation, such as cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, fly-fishing and even hot-air ballooning. After a hard day of play enjoy Aspen’s legendary après ski scene, or head out for dinner at one of our world-class restaurants. Top off the night by enjoying a show at Belly Up, Aspen’s 500-person live music venue featuring renowned artists. Aspen’s big-city cultural institutions, well known for their summer programming, have plenty of events throughout the winter months as well, leaving you inspired.

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