House in Breckenridge Colorado
The Williams House is a Victorian home from the 1880s. The size is 2850 square Feet.
It sleeps 16 guests in beds, 11 individually.
Located in the heart of historic downtown at 303 A north Main street, right behind the Gondola, the second house off Watson Ave. (The Google maps locator is very off)
Suited for larger groups looking for the convenience of the BEST LOCATION IN TOWN, hassle free ski access, shops and restaurants all around and all the comforts of a 7BR/7Bathrooms Home.
6 individual rooms + a large private Loft (6 with own TV), en suite Bathrooms, some with antique mirrors and cabinetry.
SKI IN/GONDOLA OUT! - Most ideal Location at 303 North Main street. Ski access is a 2/3 minutes walk to the GONDOLA (fly to Peak 8), SKI-IN via the Skiway (3/4 min walk from House). And, unlike true ski in/out homes, it is also just steps from all Shopping & Dining. No car needed, everyone just comes and goes at their leisure.
On 3 LEVELS, please send inquiry to receive our FLOOR PLAN with pictures.
BR 1: Queen bed, TV, Full en suite Bath
BR 2: Queen bed, TV, Full en suite Bath
BR 3: Queen bed, TV, Full en suite Bath
BR 4: King bed, Full en suite Bath
Bathroom 7: For Loft use, shower only
Living Room 1: Gas fireplace, sectional couch, Flat Screen TV, Desk;
Living Room 2: Gas fireplace, Flat screen TV, interconnected with the Dining Room and Kitchen.
Dining seats 8 comfortably plus additional fold up table for 4.
BR 5: Master with Queen bed, TV, en suite Bath with Tub, shower, Gas Fireplace, beautiful views of the Ski slopes
BR 7/The Loft: with 2 Twin beds, TV (Good size private room but no windows and a slanted ceiling)
BR 6: with 2 Bunk beds (4 singles), TV, Bathroom
Large deck with Hot Tub, gas BBQ, Table & chairs.
5 private parking places
Relax in the outdoor HOT TUB after a good day of snow, enjoy a Martini at next doors 'Blue River Bistro' or stroll along the shops on Main street, we are sure that you will have a wonderful time.
Also next door, for one of the best breakfast in town, locals favorite 'Daylight Donuts'.
The Williams House is truly The House in Town.
Building a frame house in Breckenridge before the arrival of the railroad was no small task. To erect this c.1881 house and the one next door (301 N. Main), Breckenridge saloonkeeper Joseph F. Reeder had to chop down trees, drag them to the sawmill, have them milled for different uses—siding, flooring, shingles, etc.—and let them dry. Inflating the cost of construction was the need to pack finished building materials—nails, paint, and doors— over a high mountain pass at a cost of forty cents per pound.