Mountain Neighborhood in Steamboat Springs
If you visit a ski resort town in the middle of winter, you know it’s all about “staying on the mountain.” Well, if you’re going to live or invest in real estate here…for many it’s all about proximity to the mountain, or in one word: location. The Mountain Area Neighborhood starts at Highway 40 and you guessed it…it goes east to the Steamboat ski area. There’s nothing like having a 3,000 acre backyard to ensure you have lots of friends who want to visit.
When the back yard isn’t beckoning you to come out and play, your Mountain Area home has proximity to plenty of other options such as the award winning Steamboat Tennis Center, The Strings music venue, relaxing day spas, some of the area’s finest restaurants, movie theaters as well as grocery shopping, banking and shopping for household staples just minutes from the mountain base. As you would expect in Ski Town USA, the Mountain Area is a hub of activity and amenities.
Typical Mountain Area residents are:
* a mix of full and part time residents
* likely to be first in the gondola line on a powder morning
* happy to mix and mingle with the thousands of guests who come to Steamboat Springs each year
Home styles run the gamut from single family residences a short drive to the mountain base to ski-in/ski-out luxury single family homes and condos situated slope-side. Some condominiums have been around since the 70’s while others are in brand new high end developments like Edgemont, One Steamboat Place and Wildhorse. Duplexes, townhomes and fractional ownership properties offer additional ownership options. There’s something for everyone who desires the conveniences of living in the midst of a world renowned ski area.
With so many residential selections, many price points are found in the Mountain Area neighborhood. Here is a snapshot of single family homes, condos and townhomes in the Mountain Area neighborhood. Typically the price range per square foot falls between $145.00 and $950.00 with an average of $362.00 per square foot for a home in the Mountain Area neighborhood. Search the entire MLS or Steamboat foreclosures for price point comparisons.
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