Settlers Creek Keystone Colorado Real Estate
The exclusive Settlers Creek subdivision sets in the aspen and pine trees on the eastern side of the Keystone Colorado real estate market. These secluded properties feature great views of Wolf Rock Mountain and distant views of Buffalo Mountain and the Gore Range. Settlers Creek is surrounded by all the recreation of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. It is next to the Snake River about a mile from the ski lifts.
The East Keystone neighborhood is one of the most convenient to Denver and Front Range suburbs and the Denver International Airport. It is 70 miles west of downtown Denver.
Developed in 2007, Settlers Creek is a highly sought-after collection of very attractive townhomes. They feature 2 to 4 bedrooms and 2 or 3 baths and up to 1650 square feet of living area. Many of the Settlers Creek condominiums are popular income-producing investments. These condos are beautifully decorated and maintained to accommodate the rental market. Prices range from approximately $400,000 to $600,000.
Estates at Settlers Creek features 26 larger lots for single-family homes. A few have river frontage. Several lots are vacant. Prices range from $269,000 for a vacant lot to $1.5 million for a beautiful mountain home in the Estates at Settlers Creek.
Settlers Creek neighborhood features a private clubhouse, “Minnie’s Cabin.” It may be rented for special events. Featuring a rustic log decor, the spacious gathering place boasts a large stone fireplace, flat screen TV, pool table area, and comfortable seating. There are changing rooms, too. Outdoors opens to a fenced patio with a gas grill and fireplace, hot tubs and a heated swimming pool with lots of outdoor seating.
Prices for properties are very competitive for the Summit County real estate market. Keystone was developed around its world-class skiing and wonderful variety of nearby activities. Operated by Vail Resorts, Keystone Ski Resort is a family-friendly community featuring day and night skiing, resort shopping and dining, events and festivals, and entertainment.
The great outdoors and warm family memories are made while enjoying the great location. All around are a plethora of year-round activities. These run the gamut: skiing and boarding, fishing and boating, hiking and biking, golfing and sight-seeing, hunting and rafting, climbing and camping. Keystone is connected to Summit County communities such as Breckenridge and Frisco via a free shuttle.
Directions to Settlers Creek from Denver
Take Interstate 70 W. to US Highway 6/Exit 216. Continue on US 6W towards Loveland Pass. Turn left on Gondola Road/Keystone Road. Turn right on Montezuma Road. Turn right on Independence Road and then left on Tip Top Trail. Tip Top Trail, Arabella Drive, and Wolf Rock Road are in the neighborhood.