Alpine Mountain Ranch & Club in Steamboat Springs announces three new ranch homesites, two offering cart path access
By Brian Weis
Luxury homesites in Colorado continue to be popular with affluent buyers seeking wide-open spaces and room for their families to roam, as evidenced by record sales at Alpine Mountain Ranch & Club, a stunning luxury ranch community in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
Three new homesites were recently listed for sale offering five-acre homesites within a community bordered by Steamboat Resort and connected by golf cart path to Catamount golf club. Amenities include private fly fishing on the Yampa River, on-site equestrian facilities, stocked fishing lake, backcountry retreat, Owners' Lodge, guest cabin, concierge services, 10+ miles of on-site trails, and membership opportunities at ski-in/ski-out, Alpine Mountain Summit Club.
"We've had record-breaking sales the last two years," says Suzanne Schlicht, Senior Vice President and Director of Sales at Alpine Mountain Ranch & Club. "Our location offering wide-open spaces with long-range views only minutes from town and the ski resort, together with our on-site amenities, is really resonating with folks looking for a new place to call home."
Homesite #25 is centrally located on the ranch, adjoining the Pine Spring Gulch portion of the upland open space. This gently sloping homesite is located on a private cul-de-sac with just two homesites. Vegetation is characterized by aspen, evergreens and gambel oak. The Steamboat Ski Resort gondola, ski trails and Mount Werner can be viewed to the northeast and Emerald Mountain to the northwest. The Pine Springs trail offers convenient access to the National Forest and is maintained in winter for snow shoeing.
Schlicht continued, "The lifestyle and authenticity of Steamboat is hard to match. Folks often come for the Winter but stay for the Summer with fly-fishing, river-floating, mountain biking, festivals and farmers markets that rival our legendary 'Champagne Powder' skiing."
Featuring stunning views of the Flat Top mountains, Homesite #35 overlooks the South Valley and is bordered by Catamount Ranch golf course fairways on the south and upland open space on the north. Bathed in sunlight, this South-facing homesite offers easy access to the Weiskopf-designed Catamount Ranch golf course, which is connected by a cart path just steps from the homesite. Vegetation is characterized by sage meadow, serviceberry shrubs, and gambel oak.
"Another attraction is our affiliated Alpine Master Builders that offer Design + Build services to alleviate the headaches and speed up the process of designing and building a new home," said Schlicht.
For those seeking privacy, Homesite #43 is a tranquil valley homesite bordering Walton Creek and situated on a cul-de-sac shared with only one other homesite. Featuring steps-away access to the Owners Lodge, Lonecast Lake, and the community's established hiking trails, the site features quick access to both on-site ranch amenities and proximity to town and the ski area just minutes away. Covered by sage meadow, serviceberry shrubs and shielded by creekside cottonwoods, Homesite #43 is bordered by Catamount Ranch golf course.
"Our land preservation development model offers limited homesites paired with 900-acres dedicated to wildlife preserves and open space," said Schlicht in closing. "So, offering three new homesites available for sale is a big deal and recent history suggests they won't last long!"
Currently, homesites are priced from $2 million.
Neighboring Catamount Ranch & Club offers a majestic Tom Weiskopf signature course spanning alpine meadows beneath the splendor of Steamboat's great peaks. The par 72 championship course of 7,088 yards is sanctioned by the Audubon Society for its environmentally sensitive design. Full facilities include a Members' grille, a full-service restaurant, a golf shop, and the clubhouse where Members relax and enjoy stunning views from the deck.
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Brian Weis is the Publisher of GolfTrips.com, a network of golf travel and directory sites including GolfWisconsin.com, GolfMichigan.com, ArizonaGolfer.com, GolfAlabama.com, etc. Professionally, Brian is a member of the Golf Writers Association of America (GWAA), International Network of Golf (ING), Golf Travel Writers of America (GTWA), International Golf Travel Writers Association (IGTWA) and The Society of Hickory Golfers (SoHG). In 2016, Brian won The Shaheen Cup, an award given to a golf travel writer by his peers.
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