What Does The Denver Broncos Have To Do With Real Estate

Dated: 07/12/2018

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$23,000,000 

1800 Triple Creek Ranch Road, Silverthorne, CO 80498


This beautiful private luxury ranch sitting on approximately 255 acres is being sold in Summit County and a price of $23 million dollars and features two homes which consist of a 7,500 sqft 4-bedroom, 4 1/2 bathroom with a 2-bedroom and 2 bathroom guest apartment and 4-car garage. The second is a 6,300 sqft home with 4-bedrooms, 4 1/2 bathrooms, as well as a 2-bedroom and 2-bathroom guest apartment and a 3-car garage. 



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If that is not enough for you how about these cool features like a single acclimatized horse stable attached to the house with access through the garage, a 10-stall stable, and indoor riding arena. 

 

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The location and the homes are worth the price tag alone, but there is one more surprise for those die-hard Denver Bronco fans.  For the past 15-years, the Triple Creek Ranch has been the summer home for Thunder the Denver Broncos Team Mascot. 


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So if you have $23 Million sitting around that you were looking to invest and what a piece of the Colorado Mountains and some history to go with it, this is the place for you!


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Jason McLaughlin

THERE WERE TWO THINGS I WANTED TO DO WHEN I GOT OLDER! Number One: Make sure that I had the ability to take care of people in time of need. Number Two: Be involved in real estate. As for ....

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