An exclusive residential community that a quiet, rural environment along Lake Creek with wooded hillsides, open pastures for horses and agriculture that make Lake Creek a desirable place to live. Wildlife signtings include elk, deer, bears, mountain lions and foxes with Southern views of the rugged Sawatch Range and surrounded by the White River National Forest, Holy Cross Wilderness and BLM Land. In addition, Edwards has some of the Valley’s finest restaurants and shopping. The Riverwalk commercial area, located in the center of Edwards on the banks of the Eagle River, has numerous restaurants, a variety of boutique shops, a grocery store, movie theater, hotel and other amenities. Across from Riverwalk is another commercial area, the Edward Village Center, where one can find a delightful mix of shopping and dining. Primary and secondary schools, Colorado Mountain College, churches, parks, and athletic facilities are all within the Edwards community.
Located on one of the most breathtaking settings in Lake Creek, this European style 5832 sqft SF is nestled in a pine forest w/over 450 ft of Lake Creek river frontage. The recently remodeled Wm Ohs kitchen is a chefs delight w/ Sub Zero glass fridge, Wolf oven & ten ft slab island. A gracious master suite w/stunning spa bath & massive closet. The beautiful landscaping is irrigated w/water rights from Lake Creek. This is a rare & exceptional estate: gated, zoned for horses, water rights & fenced.
5 bed / 4.5 bath / 5,832 sq ft +/- / $6,250,000 Located on one of the most breathtaking settings in Lake Creek, this European style 5832 sqft SF is nestled in a pine forest w/over 450 ft of Lake Creek river frontage. The recently remodeled Wm Ohs kitchen is a chefs delight w/ Sub Zero glass fridge, Wolf oven & ten ft slab island. A gracious master suite w/stunning spa bath & massive closet. The beautiful landscaping is irrigated w/ water rights from the creek. This is one of a kind property: gated & zoned for horses. Call Suzi Apple for more details. 970-376-5417
A River Runs Through It” Enjoy the rushing sounds and stunning beauty of the Eagle River from this lovely, recently remodeled and expanded 2022 sqft, 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home. The surprisingly private and expansive upper deck offers a quiet haven or perfect for entertaining guests. Beautifully finished, the home showcases new cabinets and appliances, slab granite, new windows and doors, new wood trim and paint, a redesigned lower level w/ added full bath, a rare wood burning fireplace & garage. Call Suzi Apple for more details. 970-376-5417
Spectacular & rare, this land is within a gated community alongside the stunning Eagle River that is teeming with Brown & Rainbow Trout. With over 950 feet of river frontage this magnificent setting is a chance in a lifetime to own. Zoned resource for a single-family & detached caretakers, this property is primed for the ultimate Colorado ranch & river estate. Recently reduced to $895,000!!
Last weekend, these were just a couple of the fish that were caught on this property:
For more information on this spectacular Eagle River property, or for a personal tour, please contact Suzi Apple, Broker/Owner at 970.376.5417 or Apple@GatewayToVail.com
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Eagle County‘s first Trophy Home dates back 6,000 years! Built buy nomadic Native Americans, the historical, well preserved Yarmony Pit House was in use through the 1800’s. Native American’s nestled at this site during the long Colorado winters, using this habitation for hunting grounds for thousands of years! They gathered here prior to the Anasazi Indians creating Colorado’s Mesa Verde and well before the Great Pyramids of Egypt or Stonehenge were erected!
First unearthed in 1987 near State Bridge, the Yarmony Pit House is one of Colorado‘s oldest archaeological sites. Discovered accidentally during a routine road improvement project, Yarmony Pit House soon changed the previously held perception as to how far north Native Americans wintered.
Over 4,000 unscathed artifacts were unearthed during the excavation headed by Michael D. Metcalf. To preserve the Yaromony site, archaeologist’s have back-filled the area with sand. This not only preserves the integrity of the pit houses, but will also allow future archaeologist’s to re-explore this area without further contamination or erosion to the site. Metcalf would like to expand the survey to include more of Colorado’s River valleys with the intent of discovering more Native American Pit Houses, which will in turn fill in some of the gaps in our Colorful Colorado history!