$4,950,000 | Built 1882 | 6,775 Sq. Ft. | 8 Beds | 10 Baths | 0.75 Acres
2405 Ski Trail Lane, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, United States, 80487
If you’ve ever skied Steamboat, you’ve seen this Victorian home as you glided by on the Gondola. This iconic Steamboat landmark since 1992, was born as the Brinkerhoff Mansion in 1882 in Lyons, Kansas, and moved in six sections to its present location. The home hit the market in June 2020 for $5.29 million and was recently reduced to $4.95 million. It sits directly next to the Gondola at Tower 6. The house was renovated, updated, and expanded without ever losing its old-world charm or high ceilings. Every one of its nine bedrooms is unique and appealing while offering killer views of the slopes and the valley. Seven out of nine bedrooms have private bathrooms. The main house has a total of 7 bathrooms, 2 half bathrooms, and a room with a shower. There is also a 720 square foot guest suite with 1 bedroom and 1 bath over the 3-car garage with an elevated walkway to the home. The kitchen is impressive and lovely with a bay window dining nook seating 8 people and a large granite island with a gas range. The dining room is perfect for entertaining flowing to the kitchen and the living room.
The living room is warm and inviting with a fireplace, a bay window that looks toward the Gondola, and a Steinway piano dating from 1871 as well as many other stunning antiques that add character to this home. The lower level has a huge game room that houses a wet bar and pool table as well as a media room and suite perfect for guests, in-laws, or caretakers. The house and garage guest suite spreads its 6,775 livable square feet over four floors but if you don’t feel like climbing stairs you could choose to use the elevator that services three floors. The grounds are landscaped beautifully with an expansive lawn, flowers, and trees. The spacious deck behind the home is perfect for relaxing, entertaining, and watching sunsets. Optionally, enjoy the hot tub in the corner of the patio with its panoramic, breathtaking views of the valley. The property is on the market for $4.95 million with Carol Moore of Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty.
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