Edgemont Highlands Neighborhood
The Edgemont Highlands community embraces natural living and the outdoors. Its architectural guidelines ensure the homes in this subdivision are in harmony with the landscape—a classic mix of Colorado Ponderosa Pines and Gambrel Oak. High efficiency, green-built homes are encouraged, as is landscaping conscientious of our high desert landscape. As mindful stewards of the land, the developers of Edgemont Highlands set aside 200 acres of open space, and gave each home direct access to the 10 miles of trails within the subdivision. Beautiful, large-scale sculptures by local artists are integrated into the trail system. Residents of Edgemont Highlands also have access to a mile and a half of the Florida River for fishing, a community lodge complete with fireplace, TV, mailroom, meeting room, 2 offices, a kitchen, and an outdoor patio, and the neighboring Edgemont Ranch picnic grounds. A short 7 miles northeast of Durango, Edgemont Highlands offers paved streets, natural gas, and central water and sewer with no tap fees. Lots in the subdivision start around $100,000 for a ¼ acre, and go up to $250,000 for over an acre. Homes are all stick-built, single family residences ranging from $350,000 – $850,000. If you want to take a tour of this eco-friendly community, call your friends at Coldwell Banker Heritage House Realtors today!
$919,000 : 601 Monarch Crest Trail , Durango4 beds, 4 full bathsListed with The Wells Group of Durango, Inc.
$687,500 : 50 Engine Creek Trail , Durango4 beds, 3 full bathsListed with RE/MAX Pinnacle
$159,000 : 597 Red Canyon Trail , Durango0 beds, 0 bathsListed with Alpenglow Properties
$124,900 : 180 Clear Creek Loop , Durango0 beds, 0 bathsListed with Coldwell Banker Heritage House
$105,000 : 208 Ventana Pass , Durango0 beds, 0 bathsListed with Keller Williams Realty Southwest Associates, LLC
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(all data current as of 4/24/2017)
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