Inside The Latest Pandemic Trends In Colorado Ski Country

Colorado ski country has seen an influx of luxury buyers and trends. The Rocky Mountains have always been a magnet for adventure junkies, nature lovers and anyone wanting to spend more time outside than in. From the endless activities to the one-of-a-kind scenery, it is easy to understand why so many people want to call Colorado home. Due to the recent pandemic, the allure of the laid-back mountain lifestyle has grown significantly. In just over a year, the state population has grown by 220,000 people, causing the real estate industry to grow rapidly. With resort mountain towns seeing the biggest impact from the latest pandemic trends, places like Vail, Breckenridge and Aspen are becoming hot spots for transplants from across the globe.

While many people come to Colorado to indulge in all that the mountains offer, the places they call home are often just as impressive. Homebuilders and realtors alike are pulling out all the stops in order to provide homes that fit the needs of families of all sizes from all corners world. From remodeling spaces to be multipurpose to building homes at a record pace, homes are being designed to fit a new lifestyle of working from home and escaping to the outside.

Homes like 2137 Red Mountain Drive are the ideal multi-generational living space with ample room, relaxing outdoor living spaces and plenty of opportunity for activities.

Complete with a movie theater, multiple office spaces and natural design influence throughout, 3882 Daybreak Ridge is the perfect mountain getaway for families of all sizes.

A bunk room in the back of the family room and a mud room shared with the laundry is just the start of trends that new homeowners are looking for. Ken Adler from AIA/KA Designworks takes us inside the latest pandemic trends. He explains that the biggest demand is for a mountain contemporary design with strong modern influences throughout the home.

The One Snowmass building is the perfect blend of modern design with efficient living spaces. 77 Wood Road 306-11 is the perfect opportunity to get your mountain fix while having the flexibility of being here part-time.

Whether you’re looking for your perfect mountain escape or chance to make a home your own, we are here to find the perfect fit. Which of the latest pandemic trends are a must for you and your family?

Check out the beautiful new construction home featured on the header image!


Heather Bailey is a marketing coordinator at Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate's office in Eagle County, working one-on-one with brokers to ensure all SSF listings receive high-quality exposure throughout all of our media outlets.

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