Warriors Mark Breckenridge, CO Real Estate
In the late 1960s Breckenridge was in a period of high growth. Peak 8 had a solid following and developing Peak 9 was becoming a priority. Broken Lance Drive was platted and paved and a new subdivision was born! The subdivision, containing some 522 units is now about 99% ‘built-out’, as only a very few building sites remain vacant. A majority of the homes in this subdivision are occupied, Year round, either by owners or long-term tenants; people who live and work in town or elsewhere in the county. Many of the homes on Tomahawk and Red Feather are homes built in the very early 1970’s and yet throughout Warriors Mark there are homes that have been built recently. In a recent addition to the neighborhood, The Preserve holds a collection of just a dozen lots and about half of those now have homes that have been built within the last 5 – 10 years or so.
Warriors Mark West
This extension of the original Warriors Mark Subdivision was established in the 1980’s. About 270 properties exist with lots ranging in size, generally averaging a quarter to one third of an acre. The homes in the area have all been built since that time. Many of the homes in this vicinity enjoy some of the best of Breckenridge’s very finest views of the Ski Area, the immediate neighbor to the west, Ten Mile Range, Baldy Mountain to the East, and downtown! And in a few cases, two or more of those views from the same home!
Warriors Mark West encompasses some smaller subdivisions like Amber Ridge, Eagles View, Sunrise Point and others. U.S. National Forest forms the west boundary of the subdivision. Access to the National Forest for your hiking, biking, and skiing pleasure, is platted near the intersection of White Cloud Drive and Gold King Way. That access trail leads directly to The Burro Trail, the Lower Lehman ski trail, the Wheeler Trail, Colorado Trail and more. Neighbors and visitors alike get regular use out of the many trails, leading first up Carter Creek, Carter Gulch to the lovely Beaver Ponds.