The Town of Breckenridge is located 9,603 feet above sea level in a U-shaped valley on the western slope of the Continental Divide.
Established in 1859, the Town has survived and thrived throughout history and now boasts world-class amenities for residents and visitors alike. Your day can be filled with everything from a class in the Arts District, to a yoga class at our Recreation Center, to a ski at the Gold Run Nordic Center, to a concert at the Riverwalk Center, to a game of hockey at the Stephen C. West Ice Arena - the possibilities are endless. Of course, the Breckenridge Ski Resort continues to be one of the most visited amenities in Breckenridge. But summer is not to be forgotten. Locals always say, "I came for the winters and stayed for the summers."
Breckenridge is a vibrant mountain community with a contagious energy that fuels discovery and passion for life.
From the historic Main Street to legendary skiing, what unites the community in Breckenridge is the shared passion for embracing life’s best moments. From its vibrant après scene, culinary adventures, a buzzing nightlife, to experiences that tap into a more cultural side—from the musical to the artistic. Breckenridge is known for its world-class outdoor playground complete with Gold Medal fly-fishing rivers, stellar mountain biking trails, and majestic alpine hikes.
With five huge peaks spanning 2,908 acres, Breckenridge skiing has something for all abilities and interests. Peak 10 offers steep runs and challenging moguls. Peak 9 is best for beginners. Situated in the heart of the resort, Peak 8 is packed with trails for all levels. Intermediate skiers will feel at home on Peak 7’s blue runs, while those seeking an above-tree line experience will get their thrills on Peak 6. Every beginner and intermediate trail is groomed nightly so you can enjoy endless turns throughout your day. Or, ride North America’s highest chairlift, the Imperial Express, up to the high alpine bowls for unforgettable views and steeps. If you’re looking for terrain parks, Breckenridge has four—one for every skill level.
Living and working in Summit County for over 25 years, Doyle Richmond covers the three resorts of Breckenridge, Keystone and Copper Mountain, as well as the surrounding local towns of Frisco, Dillon and Silverthorne. Doyle has a passion for educating people about the Summit County real estate market, as well as sharing the local lifestyle.
Doyle prides his success on the fact that he listens carefully to people’s interests and then uses his 30+ years of real estate knowledge, experience and expertise to help buyers and sellers maximize their real estate objectives, while also making the experience smooth and enjoyable.
As a Colorado native and one of LIV Sotheby’s top producing brokers, Marty Frank brings a wealth of education, experience and leadership to his office and clients. Marty earned his Bachelor’s degree in Architectural History with an emphasis in graphic design. Then continued with post-graduate work in Architectural History and Photography, earning a Professional Master’s degree in Architecture. But, before graduate school, Marty took the time to explore.
He moved to Alaska for a summer, living out of a tent and working the docks at Kodiak Island. Then he packed up and moved to The Marina District in San Francisco to work at Fisherman’s Wharf. After California, Marty took a month-long solo motorcycle trip through Mexico to have one last little adventure before he hit the books again.
WORK WITH DOYLE & MARTY
Whether your’re thinking about begining your search for the perfect Colorado Ski Home,
Listing your Home for Sale with Colorado’s Leading Luxury Real Estate Team,
need a Rental Property or have a question about Breckenridge,
please contact Doyle at 970 390 9240 or Marty at 970 389 5068 with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty.
Doyle Richmond / Marty Frank
LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Doyle.Richmond@SothebysRealty.com / 970 390 9240
Marty.Frank@SothebysRealty.com / 970 389 5068