Steamboat’s top residential, commercial transactions of 2015
Steamboat Springs — There’s no doubt 2015 was a year of sizable real estate transactions for the Steamboat Springs area, with many brokers noting a resurgence of the luxury market, which is seeing it’s greatest activity since before the economic downturn.
About a dozen single-family homes in the Steamboat area sold for more than $2.5 million in 2015, and the area’s commercial market was also ripe with large transactions, including nine sales in excess of $650,000 in the heart of downtown Steamboat.
Here’s a look at some of the highest-priced sales of 2015, compiled by broker Doug Labor, Routt County Assessor’s Office, and from Steamboat Pilot & Today archives.
Top 10 single-family home transactions of 2015:
• $7 million, Oct. 7 — 31055 Routt County Road 64: 17,156-square-foot, seven-bedroom, 8 1/2-bath single-family home on 3.26 acres in Clark. Built in 2008, the asking price was $7.9 million, and the home was on the market 463 days.
• $5,575,000, Sept. 3 — 30200 Harrison Trail: three-story, 8,337 finished square feet, seven-bedroom, seven-bath single-family home with a detached, 790-square-foot, two-bedroom, one-bath residence on 53 acres bordering Lake Catamount. Built in 2010, the asking price was $5,749,000, and the home was on the market 126 days.
• $5 million, May 6 — 42855 Gun Creek Lane: 4,100 square-foot, four-bedroom, 3 1/2-bath single-family home on 393 acres in Strawberry Park area. Built in 1981 and remodeled in 1998, the asking price was $4,995,000, and the home was on the market 288 days.
• $4.7 million, Oct. 30 — 31765 Soda Creek Rim Road, 7,089-square-foot, six-bedroom, six-bath single-family home on 13 acres in Strawberry Park area. Built in 2004. Asking price: $4,995,000, and the home was on the market 1,233 days.
• $4.6 million, Aug. 26 — 29250 Routt County Road 18: 7,661-square-foot, five-bedroom, six-bath single-family home on 38 acres on Lake Catamount. Built in 2001. The asking price was $4.85 million, and the home was on the market 1 day.
• $4,125,000, July 24 — 2983 Heavenly View: 7,795-square-foot, five-bedroom, seven-bath single-family home on 1.11 acres in The Sanctuary subdivision. Built in 2008, the asking price was $4.5 million, and the home was on the market 158 days.
• $3.15 million, June 16 — 857 & 921 The Boulevard: 7,354-square-foot, six-bedroom, five-bath single-family home on 1.78 acres in downtown Steamboat Springs along Soda Creek. Built in 1941 and remodeled in 1994, the asking price was $3.25 million, and the home was on the market 107 days.
• $2.6 million, June 2 — 674 Steamboat Blvd.: 7,305-square-foot, five-bedroom, six-bath single-family home on 0.6 acres near Fish Creek and the Rollingstone Golf Course. Built in 2008, the asking price was $2,995,000, and the home was on the market 477 days.
• $2,548,000, Nov. 17 — 2890 Burgess Pines Trail: 4,133-square-foot, four-bedroom, 4 1/2-bath single-family home on 0.6 acres near the Steamboat Ski Area. Built in 2001, the asking price was $2,850,000, and the home was on the market 120 days.
• $2.3 million, March 5 — 975 Burgess Creek Road: 3,386-square-foot, six-bedroom, five-bath single-family home a half-acre near the Steamboat Ski Area. Built in 1987, the asking price was $2.5 million, and the home was on the market 1,023 days.
Top 10 largest commercial transactions of 2015:
• $3,925,000, Jan. 5 — 635 Lincoln Ave.: 16,660-square-foot retail space on 0.31 acres, location of Old Town Square. Original price was $3.95 million, and the property was on the market 284 days.
• $1.91 million June 30 — 1885 Elk River Plaza 23: 265-square-foot of office and commercial buildings on 7.5 acres, Elk River Crossing plaza. Original price was $2.2 million, and the property was on the market 327 days.
• $1.9 million, Nov. 17 — 601 Lincoln Ave.: 4,991-square-foot of retail space, three units of the Alpenglow building between Sixth and Seventh streets in downtown Steamboat. Original price was $1,924,250, and the property was on the market 60 days.
• $1.8 million, Oct. 15 — 3070 Columbine Drive, One: 24-unit building on 1.34 acres, Inn at Steamboat. Original price was $2.65 million, and the property was on the market 238 days.
• $1.45 million, Nov. 30 — 700 Yampa St.: 3,155-square-foot commercial building in Howelsen Place. Previously occupied by Eureka, but vacant at time of sale. Original price was $1.65 million, and the property was on the market 107 days.
• $1.3 million, Jan. 26 — 1983 Loggers Lane: warehouse, residential and manufacturing space totaling more than 7,000-square-feet on 3.08 acres west of downtown Steamboat. Original price was $1,675,000, and the property was on the market 487 days.
• $1.2 million Oct. 23 — 942 Lincoln Ave.: 2,395-square-foot garage service on 0.6 acres. Location of Bob’s Conoco. Original price was $3.05 million, and the property was on the market 378 days.
• $1.1 million, May 29 — 2535 Copper Ridge Drive: 6,850-square-foot manufacturing building on 0.62 acres off Elk River Road. Original price was $1.1 million, and the property was on the market 79 days.
• $962,500, Jan. 30 — 822 Lincoln Ave.: 2,553-square-foot retail and office space, then-location of Moose Mountain Trading Company. Original price was $995,000, and the property was on the market 44 days.
• $935,000, Aug. 7 — Elk River Road: 23.08 acres of vacant, commercial land, lot within Airport South subdivision. Original price was $.125 million, and the property was on the market 156 days.
Other notable transactions:
Top condo transaction of 2015:
• $2.3 million, April 2 — 2250 Apres Ski Way: 3,267-square-foot, four-bedroom, 4 1/2-bath condo at One Steamboat Place, at the base of the Steamboat Ski Area. Built in 2009, the asking price was $2,550,000, and the property was on the market 309 days.
Top ranch property and overall transaction of 2015:
• $23 million, Oct. 8 — Routt County Road 18: 2,430-square-foot, four-bedroom, one-bath residence on approximately 1,500 acres of ranchland in Pleasant Valley area, the Green Creek Ranch.
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