Real estate options in Wildridge offer privacy, open space and value (video)
By Tricia Swenson | Off the Hill
Perched above the valley floor, Wildridge offers majestic views and open space while still providing quick access to resort amenities and communities due to its central valley location.If you are looking for a home for you and plenty of guests, 2421 Saddle Ridge Loop #A is a beautifully appointed home that has unobstructed western vistas and open space for privacy. With nearly 2,800 square feet, the floor plan has the kitchen and main floor living on the entry level, along with an oversized garage for all of your toys. Hickory floors, granite counters and a vaulted great room let the outdoors in via the large windows.Big family gatherings or inviting many guests up for a visit won’t be a problem with four spacious bedrooms with the bathrooms en suite. The bunkroom on the lower level comfortably sleeps six and the attached media room walks out to a sunny deck. This property utilizes outdoor living space with another large deck off of the main level. Both face west for optimal sunset views.Representing the property is Crissy Rumford with Slifer Smith and Frampton Real Estate, who personally chose Wildridge because of the value, access to trails and less impact from I-70. “When we were looking for a home, my main criteria was to get away from the Interstate noise because I wanted to feel like we lived in the alpine environment,” said Rumford.There is a community feel as well with many people accessing the miles and miles of trails less than a block away from the property at The Point. “That’s a popular area to walk your dog, meet your neighbors and also go out on the 3rd of July to watch the Avon fireworks. The whole community, the 400-plus homes in this area, come down for it. The fireworks actually explode underneath where you are sitting, so it is a neat vantage point,” said Rumford.Learn more about the benefits of living in Wildridge and this property by contacting Crissy Rumford at 970.331.1413 or vailcrissy.com.
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