Cordillera Community Profile

Situated on the northern and southern hillsides of the Vail Valley near Edwards, Cordillera is a residential enclave for those who want extraordinary views and elevated living without sacrificing amenities.

Golfers will find three 18-hole courses designed by some of the greatest names in golf–Nicklaus, Fazio and Irwin—plus the Short Course. Three restaurants mean plenty of options for an evening out or meeting with friends for drinks. An equestrian center and community center with pools and tennis courts provide opportunities for social activities; miles of hiking and biking trails that transform to snowshoeing and cross-country trails when the snow falls allow for more solitary communing with nature, if that’s the desire. 

The community is comprised of four distinct neighborhoods with homes of various sizes; most are in the 3,000 – 5,000 square foot range on larger plots of land. The overall atmosphere brings to mind elegant European alpine architecture with plenty of light; it’s not surprising when the desire to enjoy the wide, sweeping vistas are taken into account. For those who prefer to bring their own architectural dreams to fruition, there are parcels ranging from one to 35-acres, perfect for designing a dream home that will be enjoyed by many generations.

With an enviable location just 25 minutes from Vail and 15 minutes from Beaver Creek, Cordillera living means venturing afield is a choice, rather than a necessity. Then there’s the open space: 3000 acres, to be exact. With an additional 7200 acres bordering U.S. Forest Service lands, you’ll count elk, deer, foxes and various avian species as your neighbors when living at Cordillera. It’s this beautiful blend of feeling so close, yet so far away, that brings couples and families through the gates and home to Cordillera.

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“Cordillera offers an unlimited supply of endless beauty and recreation.  With over 7,000 acres nestled into the Valley’s mountains, Cordillera offers something for everyone, regardless of the season.” – Malia Cox Nobrega, 970.977.1041,

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Breathtaking vistas envelop your senses, three world-class championship courses call you to play, cross country ski trails and hiking trails beckon, a ski club in Vail Village pampers the downhill skier, and a plethora of social activities provide opportunities to create life-long friendships.  We welcome you to visit our Cordillera listings at”

– Barbara Scrivens, C  970.471.1223 |O  970.476.7944,

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