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USA Colorado Silverthorne Wildernest Listing #23328

Salt Lick Solitude - Silverthorne, CO

2 reviews
Max occupancy: 6 1 Queen Bed, 1 Futon, 1 Sofa Bed 1 bedroom 2 bathrooms No pets  4WD/traction may be required in winter
413 Salt Lick Circle, Silverthorne, CO 80498

Top-floor condo w/ private balcony, grill, fireplace & full kitchen - near bus!

This quiet and cozy condo is a Wildernest wonder! Your vacation will be complete with a fully equipped kitchen, a furnished balcony with a private gas gill, and a media-packed living room with a surround-sound stereo system, a Smart TV, an Xbox, and a wood-burning fireplace to curl up to. The sunroom also provides a perfect added sleeping space or a great spot to take in the jaw-dropping mountain views. The private steam shower and jetted tub will ensure complete relaxation.

What's nearby:
This condo sits just 300 feet from a stop for the free bus, allowing you to easily access all that Summit County has to offer. Explore great deals at the Outlets at Silverthorne, or explore the national forest using one of the hiking trails that can be accessed all throughout Wildernest. Five world-class ski resorts are within a 30-minute drive, two beautiful reservoirs are within a five-to-20-minute drive, and multiple rivers and streams await in every direction.

Things to know:
Free WiFi
Full kitchen
Firewood provided
Parking for two vehicles in the lot (the garage is not for guest use)
Access requires stairs

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Gaming system


Washer/dryer : Private

Wood-burning fireplace

Jetted tub

Space heater








Blu-Ray player


DVD library

DVD player

Netflix streaming

Sound dock



Wireless router




Gas grill : Private


2 reviews

Charles S. Aug 2019
Great views. Clean. Comfortable and good neighbors
Scott T. Apr 2019
This is a fabulous condo with top-shelf everything- the lighting, the TV, the whirlpool tub and steam shower, etc. The views are wonderful. The only reason this isn't a 5+ rating is because the heat was either not working or too tough to figure out. It's some kind of ceiling radiant heat. I called Vacasa who gave me instructions that didn't fix the problem, though they were extremely courteous. I'd stay here again in a hearbeat, since I'm sure they have the heat issue worked out.