What You Get: Compare Vail Valley properties with a list price around $315,000
November 3, 2017
Editor's note: The new monthly series What You Get highlights the diversity of Vail Valley real estate available for purchase at each price point.
Beaver Creek condo
26 Avondale Lane, No. 415 | Beaver Creek: This one-bedroom, one-bathroom, 468-square-foot Beaver Creek condo is listed at $312,000. Open your window in the summer to hear the creek roaring and view the slopes from this fourth-floor unit. This fully furnished condominium, conveniently located in the heart of Beaver Creek Village, is steps away from the slopes, dining, shopping, ice skating, art galleries and everything Beaver Creek Village has to offer.
— Listed by Delfina Darquier, Engel & Voelkers Beaver Creek.
166 Main St., No. R205 | Edwards: This two-bedroom, two-bathroom, 830-square-foot Edwards condo is listed at $317,000. This cozy residence is located in the Crystal building at The Riverwalk at Edwards and is a great started condo. The location is steps from some of the valley's best restaurants, a movie theater, Village Market and easy access to bike paths along the Eagle River.
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— Listed by Chris Scherpf, LIV Sotheby's.
60 Mill Road, No. I4 | Eagle: This two-bedroom, one-bathroom, 1,240-square-foot Eagle townhome is listed at $350,000. This light, bright and spacious home is located in the popular Bluffs community of Eagle and features hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings and convenient access to schools and shopping.
— Listed by Chris McDonnell, Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties.
Sophie Hofmann is an associate real estate broker with Engel & Voelkers Vail. You can contact Hofmann at email@example.com or 559-250-1163 or through her website, http://www.sophiehofmann.evusa.com.
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