A truly rare opportunity in the heart of it all in Vail Village! Designer furnished with a recently updated kitchen that is a light and bright open floor plan with massive private deck overlooking the ski slopes. This condo entertains like a house. Walk outside your door to Vail Village dining, shopping and activities. Stroll to Ford Park for concerts on the path that connects to the building and travels along Gore Creek. Enjoy your own private underground assigned parking space within the building, in addition to guest parking, and personal ski storage. This building enjoys low homeowners association dues but yet is just steps to the Vail Athletic Club where affordable membership fees and punch passes are available for great amenities in the Vail Mountain Lodge and Spa. Amenities include complimentary fitness classes (Yoga, Movement, Outdoor, Climbing), Full-service locker rooms with day use locker, Hydrotherapy access (outdoor/indoor hot tubs, steam room, and sauna), $20 Member guest pass discount, Antlers pool access, and much more.
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Low quarterly dues: $1,582.64
Offered turn-key with designer furnishings
New kitchen appliances
Huge patio - perfect for grilling & entertaining
Ski slope views
Assigned private parking space in building
Guest Parking in garage
Steps to amenities through affordable membership in Vail Mountain Lodge and Spa
Steps to dine at Terra Bistro
The Town of Vail is surrounded by the White River National Forest and Vail Ski Resort: home to world class skiing, biking, hiking, fishing, golfing, shopping, and dining. The town of Vail has a total area of 4.5 square miles with the Gore Creek flowing through the center of town. Elevation average is around 8,150 feet above sea level and visible from the top of Vail Mountain is the world famous “Mount of the Holy Cross”. Nestled among the stunning mountains, meandering rivers and streams, lush forests, and aspen fields, Vail always feels intimate with splendid alpine villages and friendly people. Modeled on European ski towns, many of which are car-free, the town is partially pedestrianized. The Town of Vail operates the largest free shuttle bus system in the United States and has one hybrid-electric bus. With an incredibly well developed culinary center and a variety of restaurants, Vail is also developing a cultural center, with various art and music venues active throughout the summer. Ford Amphitheater hosts several key events throughout the summer:
Vail golf course presents golfers with a unique 18-hole, par 71 experience that is open to the public. When snow blankets the Vail Golf Club, it becomes the full-service Vail Nordic Center. Glide along 17 kilometers of daily-groomed skate and classic track, or snowshoe on 10 kilometers of scenic trails. For a new experience, check out our 13K of fat bike trails and fat bike rentals!
The close proximity to I-70 makes it an easy jaunt to Denver International Airport and the Greater Denver area to take in shopping, professional sporting events and other cultural events offered by the Front Range area. And the Vail Jet Center is just 31 miles west and offers flights to and from many cities making Vail one of the most accessible mountain getaways with high level cultural events throughout the year.