Celebrating 35 years as a company, Telluride Real Estate Corp. / Christie’s International Real Estate is pleased to be one of the most established real estate brokerages in the region, with a team that includes over 35 licensed brokers, assistants and staff members. In addition to our flagship office located in the historic Examiner Building in the heart of downtown Telluride, TREC brokers and assistants are also located in Mountain Village on busy Heritage Plaza in the Village Core, and in an office suite in the upscale Mountain Lodge.
Our partners are deeply embedded in the community, having been directly involved in the planned development of the Telluride area as a world-class ski resort. Our owners and the majority of our Telluride real estate agents are longtime Telluride locals who are passionate about their careers and about living in this spectacular mountain town. In a sense, they are ambassadors for this community, bringing Telluride to the rest of the world. In addition, the partners, brokers and assistants that make up the TREC team are some of the region’s most dynamic individuals – a group of people who share energy, enthusiasm, a sense of purpose, and an ability to get things going and get things done. Real estate is about personal relationships, and TREC strives to provide an unrivaled experience for buyers and sellers from beginning to end and beyond. Indeed, most TREC clients are clients for life.
As the alpine sovereign over its surroundings, the town of Telluride is only about one square mile in size, with its nearest traffic light 37 miles away. It’s an inherently spectacular place, paired with an entirely genuine demeanor. Telluride’s picture-perfect, protected Victorian architecture is unassumingly hidden at 8,750 feet beneath the jagged and precipitous San Juan Mountains. Its sophistication as a world-class ski resort, threaded with internationally renowned cultural festivals and events, is disguised behind a casual, informal persona that even famous personalities love to escape to. And its overzealous enthusiasm for the outdoors and close-knit, progressive and conscientious community are both fronted by a small-town charm where familiar faces constitute virtually everyone. Although Telluride’s resident population is only about 2,500, those who visit once, or live here part time, could likely attest that hundreds, even thousands, more would love to call it home.