Firm breaks ground on homes at Avon’s Beaver Creek roundabout
October 22, 2016
AVON — Basecamp on Beaver Creek, one of the valley's new residential projects, broke ground recently in Avon.
The new 15-residence townhome development being built by Jim and Tommy Gregg of Gregg & Co. Builders, is located at the confluence of Beaver Creek and the Eagle River at the entrance to Beaver Creek Resort.
"It's a unique and special site that most can't truly appreciate until they experience how close they are to the Eagle River and Beaver Creek — you are literally perched over the water," Tommy Gregg said. "There has been a lot of thought and care in this project to ensure each residence takes full advantage of the natural surroundings."
The residences feature an open floor plan with three bedrooms, mountain-modern finishes and garages. Owners and guests will also enjoy a private shuttle to both Vail and Beaver Creek in the winter. Four of the 15 townhomes are under contract.
They are priced between $1 million and $2.2 million
"The response from the market and the brokerage community has been very positive," said Page Slevin, a member of the real estate sales team with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices. "Buyers not only cite the location at the base of Beaver Creek, but the impact of the river, the views, floorplans, finishes and walking access to all of Avon's amenities."
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Construction on the first residences is expected to be complete in early 2018, with the other buildings to follow in the spring and summer.
"We are excited to create something very special on this spectacular site," Jim Gregg said. "There are few places in the entire valley that have this type of river setting so close to every imaginable amenity."
For more information, please visit BasecampTownhomes.com.
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