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GRAND LAKE AREA COMMUNITIES

Please note that, although you may see homes next to you, almost all of these are vacation homes.
Only on occasional weekends and on every Fourth of July, will you have active  neighbors.

... Town of Grand Lake ... Columbine Lake ... Lakeridge/Golf Course Road ...
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Shorewood ... Pine Beach ... WildAcres ... Shadow Mountain Estates ...
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Grand View Park ... Lake Forest ... Mountain Shadows Estates ... Trail Creek Estates ...

Scroll down for specifics on the main subdivisions in our area.We also have 11 small groups of condominiums, each in choice locations.
The price ranges given here are averages for the year 2014. Anomalies are not included. Lake frontage offers fewer choices.

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TOWN OF GRAND LAKE

Subdivided: Original plat laid out in 1881. Town was incorporated in 1944.

Roads: Most are plowed by the Town of Grand Lake if up to town standards.

Water: Town water tap fee when you build is $6,500. Water is metered and you will be billed quarterly for the basic rate of $33 per month.
Sewer: Three Lakes Sanitation District tap fee when you build is $9,400. Use fee, billed quarterly, is $31 per month.

Natural Gas is available in most areas.

Snowmobile from your door onto the groomed trails up in the National Forest!

Covenants: no camping
We have a copy of the zoning regulations in the office. Nightly rentals are permitted with a special license from the Town.
(If you are in Grand Lake Estates, there are additional covenants which we can provide to you; that area offers boat docking privileges for
non-lakefront properties, and nightly rentals are not permitted there.)

Home sites range from $75,000 on up.... Ask us about special fees when you build in town.
Home prices begin around $300,000. Small cabins are in the low 100,000's.
Condominiums not on the lake average around $179,000 for a 2 bedroom, 2 bath.

COLUMBINE LAKE

40 acre natural freshwater lake, about 60 feet at the deepest. Columbine, named after Colorado's state flower, is a great area for moose viewing.
The area was subdivided in 1969, and five lake accesses are provided for those who do not own lakefront property.
Wooded ¼ acre sites just one mile northwest of Grand Lake. You drive through the Rocky Mountain National Park to reach this private lake.
Some properties border the Park and some border the Grand Lake Golf Course (both are popular in winter for cross country skiing).

Public water and sewer are available, as well as natural gas (to most sites) and cable television.
When you build, water tap fee is $5,000; sewer tap is $9,400. & there is a large fee to the Architectural Committee when you submit your plans.

Columbine Lake's association fee is only $698. for the whole year, about $58 per month). This covers road maintenance,
snow removal from the roads, trash removal by the clubhouse, maintenance of lake accesses and
open space, keeping the lake stocked with big fish and keeping the clubhouse not just open, but
supervised, year round. Children can meet friends and shoot pool and play ping pong. By the indoor heated pool is a huge scenic hot tub with waterfall.
(Nightly rentals are permitted with a county license at $20/year. Renters are not permitted to be at the lake, lake accesses or clubhouse.)

Snowmobile from your door onto the groomed trails up in the National Forest.

After you build a home and are connected to the utilities, you will be billed for water and sewer.
Community Water averages $400 per year. Three Lakes Sanitation provides sewer service at $31 per month.

Home sites begin at $49,000.
Home prices range from $230,000 up, with a good selection in the 300,000's. A lakefront home would be in the $600,000 range.

As you leave Grand Lake Village, turn right (north) onto Highway 34, as if you are entering the Rocky Mountain National Park. Take the second left onto Western Road, known as Road 49.
Wind up the small hill about a half mile and you will see the first entrance on your left; it is an overhead sign that says Private roads; drive on in and check it out!
Ask our office for a map before you go; Columbine Lake is a large, well-managed area yet it is easy to lose your way at first.

Lakeridge / Golf Course Road Area

An appealing area 1 mile south of Grand Lake. Most sites are about 1/2 acre to 1 acre in size. Most of these properties
are within easy walking distance of the hundreds of acres of Recreation District land:

Click here to explore the nearby 500 acres of Recreation District Land


Lakeridge was subdivided Filing 1: 1967; Filing 2: 1968; Filing 3: 1969.

Roads: County plowed with few exceptions.

Water: Community water
Sewer: Three Lakes Sanitation services properties on the east side of Lakeridge.
Tap fee: $9,400 Cost: $31 per month

Most properties on the west side have a temporary variance. This means that septic systems are
allowed at this time, but when the Three Lakes Sanitation District line comes within 400 feet of your
property line, you will be required you to abandon your septic system and tap into the district's main line.

Natural Gas is available to some areas.

Covenants: A copy is available.

Directions: From the entrance to Grand Lake, turn left (south) onto Highway 34 and go 7/10 of a mile.
You'll see Road 47 cutting sharply up to the right. That is the entrance to Lakeridge. As you drive up Road 47,
Road 471 connects the area to Golf Course Road, (Road 48), where you will find other fine subdivisions
such as Trinder, Wilhite, Gudgel and Breckon (named after some of the pioneers in our area). These properties are
mostly acre sites and have county maintained roads, private well water and Three Lake Sanitation
District sewer service.

To enter these other subdivisions from the north, leave Grand Lake and turn right (north) onto Highway 34,
as if you are entering the Rocky Mountain National Park. Take the first left onto Golf Course Road, known as Road 48.
Sloopy's Restaurant is on the corner. A mile up this Road 48, on your left, are dog-friendly trails which take you all the way to the Colorado River.

Home sites are priced around $70,000 on up...
Homes range from $300,000. To $500,000.

SHOREWOOD

Wooded home sites one miles south of Grand Lake, on the west side of Highway 34,
across from Shadow Mountain Lake. Shorewood's back yard is hundreds of acres of Recreation District land:

Click here to explore the nearby 500 acres of Recreation District Land

Subdivided: 1952 into sites of 1/5 to 1/4 acre.

Roads: Most of the roads are county plowed

Water: Shorewood has a community water system to which some of the original homes are connected.
There are no tap fees left on the system so home sites which are built on now would have a private well drilled.

Sewer: Three Lakes Sanitation District. Tap fee is $9,400; cost is $31 per month.
Some sites would need to extend the line to service their sites.

Natural Gas is available; you may need to extend the line.

Homeowners Association Fee is $75 per year for homes and $38 per year for vacant lots.

Covenants: A copy is available in our office. There is an Architectural Review Committee.

Directions: From the entrance to Grand Lake, turn left (south) onto Highway 34. Go 1 mile and turn right onto Road 469
or take the next turn onto 466 to reach the properties along the back road..

Homes range from $259,000 to $400,000.

PINE BEACH

Aspen covered area 2 miles south of Grand Lake, on the west side of Highway 34.

Many sites have views of Shadow Mountain Lake and are 1/3 acre to 1/2 acre in size.

Subdivided: 1953. Redivision 1956

Roads: most are county plowed

Wells: There is a high ground water level in the area and it is often easy to hit water.

Sewer: Three Lakes Sanitation District. Tap fee: $9,400 Cost: $31 per month

Natural Gas is available to most areas.

Covenants: A copy is available at our office. No restaurants are allowed.

Directions: From the entrance to Grand Lake, turn left (south) onto Highway 34.
Go 2.2 miles and turn right by the Bluebird Motel. Ask us for a map showing all of the properties for sale; it will be much easier because many roads loop around.
At the top of the ridge, you enter Hillside Addition and there is even more of a selection of affordable home sites.

Land $38,000 and up
Homes $200,000 to $350,000 range

WILDACRES

Secluded area on the west side of a ridge, 2 miles south of Grand Lake, 1/2 mile west of Highway 34,
between Shadow Mountain Lake and the North Fork of the Colorado River. Sites average about half an acre.
Property owners share access to the river.

Subdivided: 1957. Re-platted in 1996

Roads: Most are plowed by Grand County.

Water: Water would be provided by a private well.

Sewer: Three Lakes Sanitation District provides sewer service. Tap fee $9,400. Use fee $31 per month

Natural Gas is available to most of the area

Covenants: A copy is available is in our office.

Association fee is around $140 per year.

Home sites range from $79,000 on up…
Homes are $350,000+

To reach this area, turn left onto Highway 34 as you leave Grand Village. Go 1.5 miles south and turn right onto Road 466.
Follow it about a mile and a half and as it ends, stay to the left; you will be entering Wildacres. Do ask us for a map first so that you can find everything.

SHADOW MOUNTAIN ESTATES

Subdivided: 1965; 2nd Filing 1966; 3rd Filing 1971.

Wooded area 3 miles south of Grand Lake, above the west side of Highway 34.
Most sites are about 8/10 of an acre in size.

Roads: County plowed except for some cul-de-sacs.

Water: private wells

Sewer: Three Lakes Sanitation services most properties in Shadow Mountain Estates.
Tap fee when you build: $9,400 Cost: $31 per month
Some of these properties have a temporary variance. This means that septic systems are
allowed at this time, but when the Three Lakes Sanitation District line comes within 400 feet
of your property line, you will be required to abandon your septic system and tap into the district's line.

Natural Gas: In some locations

Covenants: Copies are available for Filings 1, 2 & 3

Directions: From the entrance to Grand Lake, turn left (south) onto Highway 34. You'll cross the Colorado River
at about 2 1/2 miles. At the 3 mile point you will see lots of little log cabins on your right by Road 46, which cuts up the hill to the right.
Go up Road 46 for 1/3 of a mile and take the first left and after about 300 feet, the very next left.
You are entering Shadow Mountain Estates.

Building sites are approximately $59,000 and up. Six acre sites with lake views are at $199,000.
Most homes are in the $300,000 to $400,000 price range.

To enter Shadow Mountain Estates from the south end, turn off the highway 3.9 miles south of Grand Lake onto Road 443.
Pass the first right, stay right at the fork, take the next right and you are in Shadow Mountain Estates. Maps are available in our office.

GRAND VIEW PARK

Subdivided 1923; re-platted 1997.

Wooded  "¼ acre" sites 3.7 miles south of Grand Lake, along the west side of Highway 34.

Association fee is $300. for the whole year; that provides road maintenance and snow removal.

Underground electricity, natural gas. Three Lakes Sanitation District provides sewer service at $31 per month; the tap fee when you build is $9,400.

Private wells have been going deeper here than in some areas. The prices of the land are low to compensate for this,
so even after you drill, the cost is often less than you would have for many other home sites in the Grand Lake area.

Covenants are available in our office: no modular homes, no nightly rentals.

Land prices begin at $29,000.
Homes range from $229,000 up to $400,000.

LAKE FOREST

Subdivided in 1947

The Lake Forest area is 5 miles south of Grand Lake, along the north shore of Lake Granby.
Sites vary from open to wooded, and from "¼ acre to ½ acre" in size. Two public lake accesses
are within walking distance of most of the properties.

Community water services most of the homes, and Three Lakes Sanitation District provides sewer
service. Roads are county maintained. Natural gas is in most of the roads. Covenants have expired.

Land prices are around $60,000.
Homes range from $200,000. to $350,000.

To reach Lake Forest, follow Highway 34 to a place 4.7 miles south of Grand Lake. Across from
Soda Springs condominiums, you will turn left (east) onto the southerly entrance to paved Road 64.
You will see the signs that say Farr Pumping Plant and Beacon Landing.

Other subdivisions in this area, also offering community water and sewer, are known as
Y-Lee and North Shore.

To access these areas, turn 3.9 miles south of Grand Lake off Highway 34 onto the North entrance of Road 64
(next to Betty's Grand River Inn), cross over the fishing canal and follow the paved road for just over one half mile.
North Shore is to the east (left) on 647). Y-Lee properties are to the west (right) on Roads 644 and 645.

MOUNTAIN SHADOWS ESTATES

Re-platted in 1995.

Wooded two to five acre sites 4 miles south of Grand Lake, between and overlooking
Shadow Mountain Lake and Lake Granby.

Electricity is in to each site. Homes are on private wells and septic systems.

Land $225,000 and up
Homes $600,00 and up

Turn off of Highway 34 into the north end of Road 64,
next to Betty's Cafe. Cross the fishing canal and enter through the private gates.

TRAIL CREEK ESTATES

Subdivided in 3 filings, around 1969-1972.

Roads are plowed by Grand County.

Trail Creek Estates is a lovely aspen-covered area six miles south of Grand Lake and five miles west of
Lake Granby; many sites have beautiful mountain views. Properties range from one acre to five acres in size.

Electricity services most sites and telephone service is available. Individual household use wells
provide icy cold water. Septic systems and leach fields serve the sanitation needs. Natural gas is not available.

Acre sites are $59,000 and up…
Homes are in the $329,000 to $500,000. range.

6 miles south of Grand Lake, or 11 miles north of Granby, turn west onto Road 41, across from Stillwater Campground and boat launch.
Follow the road 5 miles back, with each curve revealing more special views and you will see a fork in the road; you are entering Trail Creek Estates.
Ask us for a map showing properties for sale along the way.

... Town of Grand Lake ... Columbine Lake ... Lakeridge/Golf Course Road ...
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Shorewood ... Pine Beach ... WildAcres ... Shadow Mountain Estates ...
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Grand View Park ... Lake Forest ... Mountain Shadows Estates ...
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Trail Creek Estates ... more to come ...

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