Brooklyn Heights Subdivision
|Shopping||Downtown Leadvilleis .10 - .75 miles|
|Restaurants||Downtown Leadvilleis .10 - .75 miles|
|Golf Course||Mt Massive Golf Course is 2.5 miles|
|Airport||Denver Intermational Airport is 123 miles|
|Groceries||.5 miles to Saturday's Discount 2 miles to Safeway|
The Brooklyn Heights Subdivision is locate off US Hwy 24 about 1/4 mile south of the town of Leadville, Colorado. The small subdivision is located on Brooklyn Circle and up on the hillside above town. There are views of the downtown area and the entire length of Harrison Avenue, the main street through the center of town. Several structures like the National Mining Hall of Fame Museum on W. 9th Street and the steeple of St. George Episcopal Church located on the corner of W. 4th and Pine Street can be identified. You can also see Turquoise Lake from some of the properties along with Mt Elbert and Mt Massive, the tallest mountains in the entire Rocky Mountain Range.
Cielo Vista Vacation Properties has 6 New vacation homes beside each other. Each side of the homes have their own large private and partially covered decks and garage. They all have a private Steam Sauna. All the homes overlook the Victorian Style town of Leadville which is about 70 square blocks. Around town there are plenty of restaurants, support and service businesses for all your activities. Just a few hundred yards south on US 24 is the Leadville Ranger Station. It's the best place to start for information and maps. Access to the Mineral Belt Trail is across the street. Back into town, north of the properties are Museums, Antique shops, Leiter Ice Skating Rink, Dutch Henry tubing hill, and the Tabor Opera house. Stop by the Chamber of Commerce Office for local proprietors information. On the outer edge of town is Safeway, Gas stations, and Liquor stores. Just 1.5 further south of the properties is the Leadville Fish Hatchery. A little further out of town is the Aquatic Center, Mount Massive Golf Course, Turquoise Lake, and Ski Cooper. Heading out of town in any direction is adventure such as scenic byways, white water rafting, bike touring, peak bagging, hiking, and back country 4 wheeling.