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Downtown Homes in the Heart of Steamboat Springs

Imagine having everything that you love about Steamboat Springs right outside your front door. Living in Downtown Steamboat Springs offers exactly that: an eclectic mix of ski town atmosphere and community, coupled with Western heritage and a laid-back way of life.

Where else can your family participate in the oldest Winter Carnival in the world, or leap from a ski jump year-round at the historic Howelsen Hill? All of this and so much more is found within downtown Steamboat Springs, right within walking distance of charming cottages, condos and estates that are ready for you and your family to call home.

Steamboat Springs boasts over 75 restaurants and bars, dozens of charming boutiques, and the nation’s best small town rodeo. Downtown Steamboat Springs has a special feeling that transcends to locals and visitors alike, allowing them to come together as a community. That feeling comes from a rich history that encompasses everything from the buildings, the names, the people, and the annual events and activities that instill in us all a sense of enthusiasm and pride.

Downtown Steamboat Springs, also known to locals as “Old Town Steamboat,” is a bustling area where you will find the Main Street Shopping and Dining District along Yampa Street and Lincoln Avenue. There are many recreational amenities located downtown as well, including the Yampa River, Old Town Hot Springs, Howelsen Hill and Bud Werner Memorial Library.

No matter what activities you enjoy, Downtown Steamboat Springs will have something for you: mountain biking, skiing, fishing, rafting and hiking are all daily pursuits here in Downtown Steamboat Springs, and you can also enjoy a day of shopping and dining in our boutiques, cafés and restaurants.

Soda Creek Elementary School is located in the heart of the downtown area, and is in an ideal location for kids to walk or ride their bikes to school through the City of Steamboat’s “Safe Routes to School” program. Downtown Steamboat Springs features an eclectic mix of older historic homes, newer and remodeled homes, and some new condominium developments. No matter where you are in this charming neighborhood, you are just a short walk or bike ride from endless activities, community events and natural beauty.

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