This beautiful 3 bedroom/ 2.5 bathroom townhome has been RENTED!? is now available for rent in East Vail!? Located in?Vail's? sunny Booth Creek neighborhood, just 3 miles from Vail Village, this end-unit townhome is great for long term locals, or those just arriving in town.
Booth Creek TH #G4
The townhome's kitchen?has been updated with granite slab counters, hickory cabinets, and ?stainless steel appliances.
Just listed in one of East Vail's sunniest neighborhoods, this 3 bedroom/2.5 bathroom townhome represents a great value!? Currently offered at $500,000.? (That's a huge discount relative to several other units in this same complex that sold for over $600,000!)
East Vail in Vail is a high alpine community, 5 miles East of Vail Village, with amazing waterfalls, streams and ponds.? Many East Vail properties have views of waterfalls that cascade down the back side of Vail mountain, along with streams that meander through the aspen and spruce trees.? As the snow melts and rushes into Gore Creek, the surrounding East Vail property owners enjoy the rush of the water.
Robert Schilling moved to Vail with his family in 1974. He graduated from Battle Mountain High School in 1980 and then pursued a B.S. in Marketing and eventually earned a Master?s degree from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Schilling is not only passionate about his real estate career but about the Vail Valley. When not practicing real estate he spends much of his time volunteering on Vail Mountain as a Community Guest Services host, he also volunteers with the Ford Amphitheater and the Vilar Center. Even more, he is a member of the local Rotary Club where he recently directed their Community Services program. Schilling?s real joy comes from a gifting program he started when he became a Realtor. He has made a commitment to giving back a portion of his earnings to local nonprofit organizations of his buyers? or sellers? choice. He welcomes the opportunity to engage his clients in the nonprofit arena and show them how our charities need all of our support. He feels our community truly benefits from the services we receive from our many charitable organizations.
East Vail ( a favorite of mine) is one of the only communities here in the Vail Valley that still feels like a ski town.? Mountains and trees dominate the views, with only very limited commercial development.? (the liquor store complex by Pitkin Creek and the Bighorn Bistro at the Vail Racquet Club)? Ski bums still live side by side with millionaire vacationers.