Traditional ski lodge architecture, with grand walls of windows and multi-level gabled roofs, sets the scene from the moment you arrive. In the living area, several plush couches and easy chairs are arranged around the fireplace, set on top of a thick rug. Exposed wood beams are suspended in the vaulted ceiling above, and on the wall hangs a large TV that’s connected to a state-of-the-art stereo system. Next to the fireplace, a wet bar has a wine fridge that’s excellent for entertaining guests. The views from this room are truly awe-inspiring. Look out the window over the tips of pointed pines to the slopes of Breckenridge. Slide open the doors in the living area to step onto the main balcony, where four adirondack chairs are set up to make it easy to take in the view.
Opposite the wall of windows, the kitchen is lit by modern lighting designs that reflect off the stainless steel appliances and polished granite countertops. The wraparound breakfast bar that divides the kitchen from the living area has seating for four in sumptuous wood and leather bar chairs. A double oven, ample counter space, and a 4-burner gas stove make it easy and enjoyable to cook a homestyle meal for the group.
Across from the kitchen, a large wooden harvest table has seating for eight, and backs up to a second outdoor deck set within the trees. A traditional chandelier hangs overhead, creating a warm ambiance for dining with family and friends. There’s also a convenient powder room just off from this open space, and a washer and dryer to make extended stays easier.
Head up to the third floor to find the Master Bedroom, where every inch is designed to bring together rustic comfort and absolute luxury. From the chandelier ceiling fan to the gas fireplace and natural wood dresser, it’s a place of serenity high in the mountains. A king-size bed sits in the middle, flanked by a rocking chair, TV, and door to your own private deck. The attached Master Bathroom has a double vanity, tub, and stand-alone shower, as well as a spacious walk-in closet.
One floor down, the guest bedroom also sleeps two, with a king-size bed. This room connects with the second guest bedroom, which has a queen-size bed and a TV, through a Jack and Jill shared ensuite bathroom, which has a single vanity and a shower/tub combination.
The fourth bedroom is a bunk room that also doubles as an additional living space. A standard twin-size bunk bed can sleep two guests, and a full-size pull out couch can sleep another two people. A separate sofa and a coffee table create a lounge space around a large TV that makes it a perfect area for calm movie nights in with the family. The attached ensuite bathroom has a shower/tub combination.
While the home’s beautiful interior is enticing enough on its own, the outdoor spaces offer even more allure. A large outdoor hot tub and a nearby fire pit are the perfect amenities for enjoying the Breckenridge hillsides. You’ll never tire of the spectacular views from the back deck, and when you’re ready to spend a day skiing or hiking, the resort is only a few minutes away.
Book a stay at Emmett’s Overlook and start planning an unforgettable Colorado vacation today.