Search Telluride real estate listings in the town of Telluride and Telluride Valley! Telluride is a charming picturesque town with a colorful history and a desirable place for real estate. Founded in 1880 as the Town of Columbia, this Victorian mining town earned its current name from Tellurium—an ore found with gold—or the locals’ preferred version, “To-Hell-U-Ride”, a nickname from the stagecoach drivers because of the rugged roads that led them here. The then booming mining town is famed as the location of the first bank robbery by Butch Cassidy.
Today, Telluride is most well-known for its world-famous ski resort, numerous festivals, and astounding scenic beauty. Many Colorado recreational activities are within walking distance of this relaxed and friendly town. For those interested in being close to the ski slopes and all the summer activities, consider a property in downtown Telluride. In town, you’ll find a mix of fantastic Victorian period homes and new developments.
Idarado Legacy is the final chapter to the land holdings at the east end of the Telluride Valley owned by the mining companies that thrived over the last century. This high end residential subdivision is laid out in three segments, Pandora, Liberty Bell and Bridal Veil, named after the mining camps that were once located in those areas. These large parcels are conveniently located within a long walk from town.
Hillside, a residential subdivision along the valley floor that was built in the 1970’s and sits just two miles from the Town of Telluride. It consists of just 34 lots and has been built out for many years providing mostly homes for year round residents.
Eider Creek is a condo complex two and a half miles from the Town of Telluride that was developed in the late seventies. It offers primarily one and two bedroom condos and is largely owner occupied.
Sunset Ridge sits on the Sunnyside of the valley between Hillside and Eider Creek with 22 single family lots strategically situated to maintain views and sunshine on each site.
Brown Homestead: The condos were built in the 1980’s on the property originally homesteaded by the Brown family where the old red farmhouse still stands today. These two and three bedroom condos have been home to many locals and investors alike.
Lawson Hill is a subdivision with a mix of deed restricted residential, commercial, and light industrial uses. It was created in the early 1990’s to offer new local housing opportunities when the mine owned trailer park at Pandora was being shut down. Lawson Hill is now the home of many local residents along with building trade offices, Alpine Lumber, Viking Rentals, Conoco Station, and the Telluride Mountain School. It has become a vital part of our local community.
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