Last week I gave on the order $1,500 to several different local non-profit groups in Eagle County. This is a part of my gifting program where I pledge to give back 5% of my earnings to a local charity of my real estate Buyer or Seller's choice. This could benefit a cause with which you are passionate......
The recipients for this last round of giving were the Round-Up River Ranch, Vail Valley Foundation, Ski and Snowboard Club Vail, and Habitat For Humanity. They all received money as a result of recent real estate closings I completed in the Vail Valley.
I understand the need for help--I moved to Vail in 1974 and I've been involved wtih several nonprofit organizations through the years.
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Fly fishing in the Vail Valley?is fantastic!? There are many excellent rivers to fish; Gore Creek, the Eagle River, and the Colorado River all produce good fish, and we have many great guides and fly shops that can help you find them.? The rivers hold rainbows, cut-throats, and browns? ( to name a few) and each is a joy to catch or?to just?look at.?
Sylvan Lake State Park?has great fishing, ?for the kids as well.? Located south of Eagle with easy access, Sylvan Lake is a fun day trip or awesome spot for overnight camping.
There are?also?several ponds?and private lakes here in Eagle County that?contain massive trout; if you're lucky enough to fish them, bring your camera as you'll want to remember some of these monster fish!
The East Vail Luxury Homes over One Million Dollars are selling! There have been 8 luxury homes sold in the last 6 months, ranging in price from $1 M to $5 Million. Buyers are actively looking at all luxury Vail property and making commitments to purchase? homes in East Vail. The high alpine East Vail community has a variety of luxury homes with river and mountain views, close to hiking and biking trails, golf, tennis, and world class skiing.
Views of the moon over the Gore Range from East Vail
Beautiful Mountain and River Views from East Vail Homes are the best combination of mountain living!
East Vail represents a unique mountain enviroment in the Vail Valley.? With limited commercial development,??mature spruce trees,? gold medal trout stream, ?waterfalls, wildflowers, and mountain trails,? East Vail's?beauty and open space will enchant you.??
Who would ever think a garage would have as much value as a bedroom?? In East Vail, Colorado, a garage is a sought after asset to have a warm car to start and to store the many toys?that accumulate when you own a home in the mountains.? There are only a few condominium associations that have garages attached or detached.? Currently, Courtside and Mountain Meadow Townhome?Condominiums have a single car garage attached to the two and three bedroom condominiums for sale.???
Yes, it is a sign of the economic times.? Price reductions on the Vail Racquet Club Condominiums has hit hard and the inventory has risen to 20 condominiums available.? Located in East Vail, 5 miles from Vail Village, the Vail Racquet Club has some great values now.? Prices are as low as 2005 on some Vail Racquet Club condominiums.
Of all the places I've called home, East Vail is the one place that I really miss.? For the alpine enthusiast, East Vail has it all: great hiking, backcountry skiing, ice climbing, mountain biking, fly fishing, kayaking, abundant wildlife, and very little commercial development.
As the gateway to the Vail Valley for most of our car driving visitors,?East Vail?speaks to an earlier time when skiing was about skiing, not about?a "resort".? A-frames and mountain chalets dot the eastern reaches, as?massive pine trees and snow banks provide a true alpine environment.
Take the time to ride your bike along the winding streets, and along Gore Creek on the way to Vail Pass.? Discover one or all of the high altitude lakes that lie at the base of the Gore Range.? Sit in a meadow of wildflowers while your only companion is the wind and the sunshine, and the birds and the deer.? You get the picture.
East Vail continues to be one of the most sought after neighborhoods in the entire Vail Valley.? With a true alpine feel, East Vail embodies all that a skiing retreat should be: close proximity to world class skiing, HUGE views of mountains and National Forest, and a great mix of local residents and second homeowners.
One complex that embodies the East Vail way of life is Altair Vail!? Located just off of Bighorn Road, the condos in Altair have an ideal location, with the free Town of Vail bus service stopping?right outside.? Just down the road is a market and a liquor store for those last minute necessities.? Currently there is one 1 Bedroom unit available for sale, listed at $315,000.? And there is one 2 bedroom unit under contract.
There are now 3 Booth Creek Townhomes on the market in East Vail, all with views to Vail Mountain.? Located one mile west of the East Vail exit, on the north side of I-70, these townhomes are spacious with very functional floorplans.? Units E1, E2, and G3 are listed at $683,900; $639,000; and $680,000, respectively.
East Vail with Sun, and on the free bus route.? With great open living on 3 levels, these 3 bedroom/2.5 bath units have a private, comfortable?feel.?
Please call or email anytime to learn more about this great complex and these specific homes.