Wildridge Homes

A look at the neighborhood of Wildridge

Is a home in Wildridge right for you?  The Rocky Mountain Home team serves neighborhoods throughout the Vail Valley, each with its own unique reasons for consideration when buying a home.  In this article, we’ll take a look at just one of those neighborhoods – Wildridge, in Avon, CO. Mountain views, an adjacent National Forest and proximity to word-class ski resorts make Wildridge a neighborhood to consider if you want to take the phrase “Mountain Living” to a literal higher level.

Any discussion of Wildridge has to start with the views!  Located high above the town of Avon, Wildridge homes command unmatched views of the Vail Valley and Sawatch Mountains. Rising to an elevation of about 8,000 feet, popular views from Wildridge include Beaver Creek Mountain, New York Mountain, Avon’s town center and Nottingham Lake.

Neighborhood parks provide open space for trees and wildflowers in the Wildridge community. Game trails crisscross the adjacent National Forest Service land, which also provides space for hikers and other outdoor enthusiasts. From wildlife to wildflowers, from sunsets to snowy mountains, there is always something to see in Wildridge.

Located a short drive from Beaver Creek and about a half hour from Vail, Wildridge home owners have easy access to world-class skiing as well as a wide selection of golf courses. The Vail Valley attracts tourists from across the globe for the unmatched experience of mountain living. A home in Wildridge is an opportunity to make that experience something more permanent.

Options for homes in Wildridge include single family homes, duplexes, condos and townhomes.  Wildridge is notable for being one of the few neighborhoods in the Vail Valley where residents pay no homeowner association dues.

Are you ready to begin your search for a new home? Let the Rocky Mountain Home Team help you find your new home in Wildridge!


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