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LUXURY AT COPPER MOUNTAIN: BORN MOUNTAIN TOWNHOMES

Slifer Smith and Frampton (SSF) and Continuum Partners are proud to announce the release of The Townhomes at Born Mountain Club. Located slope side at the base of the legendary A-Lift with its own dedicated entrance, this long-awaited club experience is the first of its kind at Copper Mountain.

 

Situated on the valley floor surrounded by hundreds of acres of open space, this limited collection of 2,500 square-foot luxury residences will feature four-bedroom+ flex areas, three-and-a-half-bath floor plans within the Born Mountain Club development. “The first phase, which included five custom homesites, sold for between $1.25 and $2 million, and that happened within 30 days of being listed in 2021,” says Eric Klein, lead broker, Slifer Smith and Frampton. “We are very excited to have this second offering available in this club style amenity-rich environment providing a level of luxury that is the first of its kind in Copper Mountain. Two of the six townhomes have already sold, and this is truly a limited and unique opportunity.”

 

Each townhome features a two-car garage and multiple outdoor living areas with a biophilic focused design connecting occupants to the outdoors and nature. “For a seamless connection between the indoors and outdoors these townhomes feature a lot of natural wood, stone, wool carpeting, plentiful windows offering natural light, and outdoor living areas.” Klein says.

 

With prices from $3.85-$4.05 million, the four remaining residences offer alpine modern luxury interiors featuring Dornbracht fixtures, Thermador kitchen appliances, white oak solid-plank wood floors, wood ceilings in entrances and great rooms, slate-clad modern linear fireplace with stone hearth bench, and five-piece primary bath featuring shower with frameless Euro glass and a WetStyle Ove free standing tub.

 

The Born Mountain Club is being developed by Continuum Partners with future phases planned to include a club amenity, a 53-room boutique hotel and 20 condominiums serviced by the luxury hotel. Since its inception in 1997, the Denver-based company has successfully completed over $3 billion of development projects. Throughout his career, founder Mark Falcone has been actively engaged in sustainable practices within his industry and has served as a board member for The Nature Conservancy.

 

For Falcone, The Born Mountain Club was an opportunity to create a development that reflects his passion. “I have a deep commitment to our natural resources and The Born Mountain Club creates an opportunity for people to engage with these resources, and to connect with the pure alpinist experience that Copper Mountain uniquely provides,” Falcone says. “The better job we do of connecting people with nature, the more commitment we gain from them as stewards for the environment in the future.”

 

In 2009, Copper Mountain was acquired by POWDR Corp, founded by brothers John and David Cumming whose values and commitment to the adventure lifestyle is closely aligned with Falcone’s. “It’s unlike a lot of the other resort operations because it’s still privately owned by two brothers who are true alpinists and care deeply about the spiritual and recreational benefits of spending time in the mountains,” Falcone says. “Copper is a unique place because it’s still a pure alpine experience. It’s still buffered from some of the distractions of other resort village amenities, and we saw this as an opportunity to create something truly unique.”

 

It took Continuum three years to acquire the permitting to move forward with the project, an effort that reflects Falcone’s dedication to mindful development. “It’s a whole different experience when you enter this community. There’s no other development here. It’s at the base of a lift on a wide valley floor surrounded by nothing but several acres of open space. If you want to do something truly transformative, start with a place where you can create a new impression from the ground up,” Falcone says.

 

For more information, visit bornmountainclub.com.