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Something extraordinary happens when a genuine Colorado ski town meets a world-class resort meets luxury residences.

One Steamboat Place
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KATHERINE GANNON

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Rich with authentic western history and time-honored traditions, Steamboat Springs is a welcoming, family-friendly ranching town that happens to be home to a world-class ski resort. Once a pipedream by a handful of local ranchers intent on developing the broad-shouldered Storm Mountain (now Mount Werner) in the late 1950s. Other ranchers watched skeptically and bet a case of whisky it couldn't be done.

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Today, at just under 3,000 acres with 17 lifts and 170 ski trails, the Steamboat Ski Area is a far cry from the single Poma lift and solo ski run carved with an Army surplus Caterpillar bulldozer that first opened in January 1963. The Steamboat Ski Area has indeed grown up. It is again in the midst of an expansive $200 million update, including the new Wild Blue Gondola, which will be the longest and the fastest 10-person gondola in the country, as well as an additional 650 acres of new expert terrain that will make Steamboat the second largest ski resort in Colorado.

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Mount Werner is the stunning backdrop to the town of Steamboat Springs that sits in the belly of a picturesque long and wide river valley. The driest of snow falls here—in fact, we dare you to try to make a snowball from it. This featherlight snow gave rise to the phrase Champagne Powder™ due to the way it can tickle your nose like champagne bubbles when skiing Steamboat's legendary fresh powder. As if that isn't fairy tale enough, the beautiful sunsets reflecting on the snowy Park Range create a pinkish-orange alpenglow effect that leaves you convinced you have finally found Colorado's own Camelot.

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And this is just winter. Steamboat Springs has four distinct seasons, and every local you ask will passionately defend why their favorite is the undisputed best. The answer, of course, is summer. Summertime in Steamboat is for nature lovers - hikers, anglers, cyclists, mountain bikers, and horseback riders. It's for music lovers, photographers, artists, boaters, campers, dog-lovers, and gardeners. Summertime is for ranchers. Steamboat summers don't stick around for long, so every summer day is precious. And magical. As with summer and winter, the argument could be made just as convincingly for springtime or fall, for it is Steamboat that is the common denominator, plain and simple.

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But wait. It gets better.

 

There is a fantastic community within a community, at the ski area's base, belly up to the brand new base area complete with new restaurants, shops, bars, and cafes all centered around a bustling outdoor ice skating rink. One Steamboat Place is the envy of its peers. Ski-in/ski-out doesn't get better than being steps away from the thriving new base area, the ticket office, gondola, ice rink, dining, and shopping. Besides its exceptional 'beachfront' location, the One Steamboat Place experience is absolutely unparalleled.

Ski from sunup to sundown, and then meet your family and friends at the One Steamboat Place Members' Wine Room for Après Ski beer, wine, and hors d'oeuvres. Perhaps stay in and relax with a yoga class, hot tub, spa treatment, and a book by the fire. Either way, there's no better address than One Steamboat Place to do it all. Complete with an exclusive spa, state of the art fitness center, motion studio with exercise classes, outdoor pool, hot tubs, family game room, toddlers' playroom, members' ski locker room and ski valet, members' wine room, and gathering room, reception lobby with full-service concierge, daily housekeeping, bell staff, and private local shuttle service. You have indeed arrived.

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One Steamboat Place ownership includes wholly-owned luxury 4-bedroom residences and penthouses up to 4,200 sq ft as well as fractional deeded interests in newly updated 2,500 sq ft luxury 4-bedroom residences with access to the genuinely exceptional Catamount Ranch's Lake and Golf Club.

A cornerstone property of the world-class Timbers Resorts, One Steamboat Place owners may participate in the Timbers Reciprocity Program. The program gives them access to trade among 15 worldwide luxury beach, wine, ski, and golf resorts, including Aspen, Bachelor Gulch, Cabo San Lucas, Jupiter FL, Kauai, Kiawah Island, Maui, Napa, Scottsdale, Sonoma, Southern California, Tuscany, Vail and coming soon: Captiva Island.

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Have you ever stumbled upon a place and felt so grateful to have discovered it? Steamboat Springs and One Steamboat Place will leave you feeling that way. Grateful, connected, noteworthy.

We invite you to learn more about One Steamboat Place

and ownership opportunities. Please contact:

Todd Allsberry, Senior Sales Executive

Timbers Real Estate Company

T: + 1 970 846 4897

E: tallsberry@onesteamboatplace.com