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Cedaredge has the best of both worlds.

It is a small mountain town with a golf course, not far from excellent Alpine and Nordic skiing on Grand Mesa. The settlers had the location just right, it snows a few times enough to shovel, but the real snowline is just above the town. This sets the stage for a white playground in the winter and a green playground in the summer, not to mention the colorful trees in the fall.

A small progressive town provides access to 4-season activities and first-class amenities!

Cedaredge is the place to enjoy a simpler, safer life with the small-farm-feel on a rural property, but still close to town for shopping and restaurants. If you love the outdoors, have raised a family and now have grandkids, they will love coming to visit!

Cedaredge properties border Surface Creek with wooded areas where wildlife is frequently seen and on the other side is the Cedaredge Golf Course, owned by the town of Cedaredge. This is a unique situation where this HOA is not responsible for the golf course property or administration. The town is the administrator and it is a public course.

Recently Cedaredge rebuilt it’s water and sewer system to comply with state and federal regulations. The town has been progressive, making sure that the utilities are first class: water, electric, gas, and broadband. A new performing arts center has opened attracting business from other cities. While most small towns rely on county sheriffs, this town’s local police patrol the roads and will answer calls of concern.

There is easy access to all-season sports! Great fly-fishing in Surface Creek that borders many of the lots. There are hundreds of lakes for fishing and kayaking or canoeing and miles of great hiking trails on the Grand Mesa.  Fall is spectacular on Grand Mesa. The roads have light usage and are perfect for road riding. There are some outstanding “farm roads” for riding. Not to mention all the trails and dirt roads around that are mountain-bike friendly.

The two neighborhoods are close to an expanse of agriculture, including many orchards and vineyards. There is a brewery/restaurant on Main Street and several wineries in the area. Snow is abundant on the Grand Mesa. Winter is a playground for Nordic skiers on Grand Mesa Nordic Council’s world-class groomed trails (50 km) and Powderhorn Ski Resort is less than an hour away. Plenty of backcountry touring and backcountry alpine skiing, too.