Easy living in this ranch style new construction home near the golf course in Cedaredge, Colorado. The neighborhood offers peaceful living with beautiful views of the Grand Mesa, walking trail along the creek and access to the Cedaredge Golf Club. 3 spacious bedrooms, 2 bathrooms in a split floorplan layout, which offers privacy to you and your guests. Granite counters throughout, additional built-in desk space in the kitchen, long peninsula and corner pantry make this a very efficient kitchen. Lots of windows providing natural light. Oversized laundry room with sink, and built-in shelving. Vaulted ceiling in the main living area with easy maintenance luxury vinyl tile flooring. The home sits on an oversized corner lot, with an oversized garage. Cedaredge offers the lifestyle you have been looking for - close to Grand Mesa National Forest with fishing, hiking, biking, camping, cross country skiing and downhill skiing at Powderhorn Resort. Adventure awaits!
The area provides unprecedented access to the great Colorado outdoors including a variety of opportunities available from the 10,000 foot+ elevation on Grand Mesa, the largest flat top mountain in the world, to motorized and non-motorized access to the Gunnison Gorge. The Gunnison River, the Black Canyon, Powderhorn Ski resort and many other public lands are within a short drive from Cedaredge.
"Cedar Edge" was the name Sophie Kohler, wife of the ranch foreman of the Bar I Cattle Ranch, named the community. On December 5, 1894, a Post Office was named Cedaredge by combining the words Cedar and Edge. According to a newspaper report from August 19, 1904, a land development company provided a Town Park and built a hotel, and intended to make Cedaredge "one of the prettiest towns in this part of Colorado" - a sentiment we still maintain to this day! On February 24, 1905 town site lots were laid out to prepare for a bank, a store and to provide proper layout of streets. On March 25, 1907 the town officially incorporated an area known as the Bar I Cattle Ranch approximately 370 acres. Prior to 1913 each family depended on a well for water. That summer the Cedaredge water works consisted of a system one mile north of town where the water was piped to the residents. Individual septic systems were replaced with sewage collection and treatment by 1980 to serve a town that more than doubled in size since 1907. An eighteen hole golf course was completed with the front nine in 1992, and back nine in 1995, expanding the town from 800 acres and 1,200 people to almost 1,300 acres and 1,800 people by the year 2000.