- 5 Beds
- 2 Full, 2 Half, 3 3/4 Baths
Opportunity to own one of the most beautiful mountain contemporary homes in the entire valley with outstanding craftsmanship and zen-like ambiance. Situated on a high point amid a high-desert mosaic of juniper trees and service berries which blends casually with the surrounding landscape. Some of the most dramatic views of New York Mountain and the Gore Range that this community has to offer. Incredibly efficient construction; many green features; air-conditioning, expansive outdoor living spaces; 3-car garage.
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Cordillera Neighborhood Features Sheet
Within one community, there are perhaps more amenities than anywhere else in the Eagle Valley. If Vail and Beaver Creek weren’t 25 minutes and 15 minutes away, respectively, residents wouldn’t have many reasons to leave Cordillera. Cordillera offers three 18-hole golf courses — at 7,200, 8,200 and 9,200 feet in elevation — community pools, tennis and pickleball courts, a 10-hole Par 3 golf course, stocked fishing ponds, and gorgeous hiking and biking trails. An equestrian center and working ranches keep the area’s ranching heritage in the spotlight, while snowshoeing and cross-country skiing warm things up during winter months. This single-family home community offers enclave residences from 3,000 to 5,000 square feet, as well as custom homes of all sizes. Vacant land ranges from 1 to 35-acre parcels, with pricing that arguably offers some of the valley’s biggest bang for your buck. Prices range from $800,000 for an enclave, single-family home to $6 million for a large home with acreage. Vacant lots start around $75,000, while the sweet spot for available homes is roughly $1.5 million to $2.5 million. There are 7,200 acres bordering U.S. Forest Service lands, as well as 3,000 acres of open space. Active wildlife corridors mean you’ll share space with deer, elk, fox, redtail hawks, owls and more, and the location up and away from Interstate 70 brings peacefully quiet seclusion. Buyers looking for privacy and quiet views who also appreciate outdoor recreation can find the perfect balance in Cordillera — away from the hustle and bustle but close enough to easily get into Vail and Beaver Creek. The Trailhead family facility offers an outdoor pool, jacuzzis, slide pools, a playground and day camp. Two restaurants offer delicious dining options for those times when you just don’t want to head into town. With countless amenities, expansive views, wide open spaces and beautiful homes, it’s easy to understand why many residents might never feel like leaving.