Imagine waking up to a view of the Snake River and a sunrise over the Gore Mountain Range, sipping your morning coffee on a peaceful balcony overlooking the protected wetlands, then heading off for your day well. filled with mountain activities in the heart of Keystone.
Kindred at Keystone, the luxury development that opened this summer, offers residents all of this and more. With real estate inventories at low and house prices high, now is the time to invest in Kindred. The properties are currently available for presale through international real estate brokers LIV Sotheby’s Hank Wiethake and Doyle Richmond.
Located at the base of Keystone Ski Mountain, the Kindred ski in / out property is just steps from the River Run Gondola and the village. The development consists of three buildings – two five-story residential towers and a premier Rock Resorts branded hotel managed by a subsidiary of Vail Resorts. It offers retail, restaurants, open spaces, a swimming pool, a ski school, an event venue for 350 people and a private ski club for the owners. There are 95 one to four bedroom residences on the property and each condominium has at least one patio as well as high end finishes and appliances. The ski club, valet parking, and personalized spa services all elevate this property to a level of luxury not currently found in Summit County.
âThere are so many different options in terms of pricing and view lanes,â said Richmond. Almost any view lets you see the Snake or North Fork Rivers, the Continental Divide, the 10 Mile Range, or the Gore Mountain Range. âThe developers and OZ Architecture carefully planned the layout, to capture views and connect the owners to the natural surroundings,â added Wiethake.
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About 25% of the residences have already been pre-sold and with the onset of the busy summer, the team expects to sell an additional 25-30% in the coming months. Buyers include locals looking for a mountain retreat in Colorado as well as people from areas like Texas, Florida, California, New York and the Midwest looking for a respite from the big cities in a location that offers great comfort. World class skiing and a plethora of activities all year round. leisure and adventure activities.
âWhether you come for the sights, festivals and concerts, or just to escape the heat, you have the opportunity to hang out with your family and enjoy the beauty and serenity of Keystone, which has no price, âsaid Richmond.
This slice of the Rockies certainly lives up to the scenic beauty, tranquility and adventure. that’s why USA today ranked Keystone America’s # 1 Family Resort. But the region’s hot-weather fun factor is as high as its snow-capped slopes. âWe love summer in Keystone,â said Richmond, who lives in the city and says there is so much to do it’s hard to leave.
A popular tradition is the programming of Keystone’s summer festivals. The city kicked off the season with a sold-out annual âBacon & Bourbonâ festival at the end of June and now welcomes visitors keen to enjoy the adventure and tranquility of this mountain hotspot. Keystone has at least five more festivals planned over the next two months, showcasing everything from fine art, jazz and wine to bluegrass and kids and Oktoberfest beer (see http://www.keystonefestivals.com for more information).
Then there are the endless hiking and biking trails, championship golf courses, tennis courts, fly fishing, stand-up paddleboarding, and other activities to consider. Kindred will only add to the city’s appeal, with its opulent yet welcoming vibe and a dedicated team of developing directors who are also local residents dedicated to using the highest quality of workmanship to improve the community.
PCL, the contractor leading the project, is currently making the initial site preparations, addressing utility and safety issues, and preparing the area for the fencing and demolition of the original ski school. As they move forward, construction on Kindred is expected to begin in late summer.
For those heading to the mountains this July 4th weekend or later this summer, plan a stop at the Kindred Sales Center in River Run Village, which is open daily. The sales team will make site tours, show drone footage, and share plans and details for the Kindred Project.
âSeeing the site and the views is really powerful,â said Richmond. âPeople find it difficult to decide in which direction they want their property to face, as the site borders two bodies of water and offers views in almost every direction. It’s impressive.”
On July 2, the Kindred development team and partners hosted The Great Event, where guests could learn about Keystone and the Kindred vision. PCL even brought in a boom lift that allowed buyers and brokers to observe the actual views from the top of the condominiums.
“I knew the view would be amazing, but getting 60 feet into the boom lift and seeing the views from the penthouse over the river, ski slopes, and ponds, as well as the Gore and Ten Mile ranges, was way better than this. what I expected, “said Wiethake.
To learn more, visit the Kindred Sales Center located in the Buffalo Lodge building in River Run Village, open daily 9 am-6pm. You can also visit kindredresort.com, contact the sales team at [email protected], or call 970-262-2400.