Bachelor Gulch residences in Beaver Creek upgraded |

Bachelor Gulch residences in Beaver Creek upgraded

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CARBONDALE — Colorado-based Timbers Resorts, an independent developer and operator of private boutique resorts and residence clubs, has completed an $8 million refresh of Timbers Bachelor Gulch. The remodel quickly followed the company’s acquisition of the Beaver Creek residence club and marks the next chapter for the property. 

 “We are thrilled to bring this timeless property to a new level and create an inviting atmosphere that makes owners feel as warmly welcomed in common gathering spaces as their own residences,” said David Burden, founder and executive chairman of Timbers Resorts. “We are excited to now have top-tier interior design that matches the first-class personal service and benefits our owners have come to expect.”

With 54 two- and three-bedroom residences, Timbers Bachelor Gulch provides direct access to three ski mountains, in-house ski valets, inclusive full-day lift tickets, twice-daily housekeeping, pre-arrival grocery shopping and private shuttle service. Owners are also granted access to the Bachelor Gulch Club and receive preferred and discounted access to many local golf courses.

 The design of the newly renovated residences include log balconies, hand-crafted furniture, as well as leather and copper accents. The property received a new color palate during the renovation program, custom furnishings and art and upgraded finishes and fixtures.

New Amenities

New amenities at Timbers Bachelor Gulch include a family game room with a billiards table, family Wii console, shuffleboard, foosball and games; a playroom stocked with toys, games, crafts and a stage for performances; a state-of-the-art fitness center; a new wine room with temperature-controlled storage for owners; and updates to other gathering spaces including a bar, library and outdoor fire pits. The great room was also renovated.

 The new interiors were designed by the Timbers Resorts design and interiors team led by Sandy Burden in collaboration with Wilson Associates of Dallas, Texas.

For more information, visit http://www.timbers

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