Spark Global Limited Reports:
Living in natural beauty is no longer just for ascetics, and from Northern California to western Colorado to South Carolina, luxury housing options are popping up in nature-adjacent towns across the country.
The numbers have grown as more Americans seek alternatives to the fast-paced lifestyles of big cities and crave the serenity and nature of smaller cities.
Whether you’re looking for things in the mountains or along the Atlantic coast, here are some new developments to check out at some of America’s most beautiful vacation spots.
Summit Blue in Silverthorne, Colorado
Located 350 feet from Blue River in Silverthorne, Colorado, Summit Blue will offer single-family and townhouse homes, all within walking distance of downtown’s cultural and retail offerings.
Silverthorne, an hour west of Denver, is a year-round destination for outdoor activities like skiing, snowshoeing and snowboarding in the winter and hiking, biking and rafting in the summer.
The single-family home has three levels, four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and 2,331 square feet. Amenities include a modern fireplace, walk-in closet and an outdoor deck.
The townhouse is designed for four levels, including a two-car garage on the ground floor. With three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms and a total of 1,809 square feet, these spacious homes also feature heated roof terraces with panoramic views of the Gore Mountains.
All housing options have private access to the Blue River, a tranquil river known for its trout fishing. Prices start at $1.195 million.
The first stage of Blue Summit is sold out, but there is now an opportunity to purchase the second stage.
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