Local Area Subdivisions
Kremmling is a wonderful place to raise a family, start a business, retire or just spend some time in the outdoors! There are a variety of properties for sale in the area, from vacant lots in town to beautiful custom homes. Kremmling is sure to have just want you are looking for! Below are the major subdivisions in the area, where most for sale properties are located.
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There are many homes and lots for sale within the Town of Kremmling. For the most part there are no covenants within town limits, however, one must abide by town zoning and set back regulations. The Town of Kremmling offers homes that range in price from the low $100’s up to the low $300’s. All homes within the Town of Kremmling are are on city water and sewer. Currently the cost of water, sewer and trash is billed at approximately $105 per month. Natural gas and electricity is available throughout. Kremmling is also serviced by wireless internet. Kremmling has several public parks, featuring the Town Square, located in the central business district of town.
Old Park is located about 12 miles northwest of Kremmling off Hwy 134, the Gore Pass Road. This subdivision consists of 5 acre lots, many of which are still vacant. There are 364 homesites in Old Park. Electricity is run through 90% of the subdivision, homes have individual household-use-only wells, and septic systems. There are a few domestic wells for use of watering livestock. All of the roads in the subdivision are plowed in the winter by Grand County. Old Park has views of the Continental Divide, Wolford Reservoir and is just minutes from the Arapahoe National Forest. Each lot in Old Park has something to offer, whether it is a grove of aspens, great views, a creek or pond or proximity to the National Forest.
Big Horn Park is located northeast of Kremmling accessed by several county roads, mainly County Road 22. Please email or call me for a map and directions. It is about a 25 minute drive into Kremmling from Big Horn Park. This subdivision is more private and remote, with an electronic gate to access the area. There are approximately 167 lots in the subdivision ranging anywhere from 2 acres to 14 acres. Dues to the HOA are $225.00 per year and includes road maintenance. The HOA has quarterly board meetings, a yearly cleanup and yearly association meeting. There are several homes and lots for sale in Big Horn Park. One of the nicer aspects of the subdivision is it's proximity to public lands. It is nearly surrounded by public lands and the subdivision has several "green areas" for property owners to walk directly from their property onto the public lands. This area has natural Colorado beauty with pines, aspens, views, an abundance of wildlife and great access to public lands and incredible hunting. Big Horn Park is popular with individuals who enjoy hunting, hiking and privacy. Electricity is a available through 75% of the subdivision, and homes are on household wells and septic systems.
Gore Lakes is located 12 miles northwest of Kremmling off Hwy 134, the Gore Pass Road. Gore Lakes consists of mainly 10 acre lots and is for the most part heavily treed. Roads are County maintained except for a few lots only accessible through a locked gate. There are 81 homesites in Gore Lakes. The area also has tremendous views, very similar to Old Park. Properties don't often come on the market in Gore Lakes because it is such a desirable place to to live, but when they do, expect them to be gone in a heartbeat! Homes are on household wells and septic systems.
Blue Valley Acres is located 12 miles south of Kremmling off Highway 9. Blue Valley Acres consists of two sections, the first with 5+ acre homesites that operate on their own wells and septic systems, and the second with 1+ acre homesites which have a community spring-fed water system, and their own septic systems. There are 258 homesites in all of Blue Valley Acres. The subdivision has private fishing rights on the Blue River, and is located 4 miles north of Green Mountain Reservoir. Blue Valley Acres is only a 30 minute drive to Summit County, so it is a nice option for those working in the Summit County area.
Aspen Canyon is located 40 minutes southeast of Kremmling. Take Highway 40 east from Kremmling approximately 1 mile past the town of Parshall, turn south on Grand County Road 3 and go approximately 12 miles. Aspen Canyon is on the left side of the road. Availability is limited. Aspen Canyon subdivision is in the Williams Fork River area between Parshall and Ute Pass. Homes are on household wells and septic systems.
Copper Creek is 15 miles southeast of Kremmling. Go south on Highway 9 about 1 mile and turn left on County Road 33. Continue on County Road 33 and follow this road around the Williams Fork Reservoir until you reach County Road 37, go right. Electricity is available, homes use household and domestic use wells, and septic systems. Lots vary in size from 6 acres to 40. There are 47 homesites in Copper Creek.
Corral Creek is located east on Highway 40 approximately 10 miles and go right on Grand County Road 21. 35-40 acres parcels range in price from $110,000- $250,000 with limited availability. Homes are on domestic wells and septic systems.
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Gorewood is located 16 miles west of Kremmling. Take Highway 40 west about 2 miles and turn left on County Road 14. At the three way fork in the road take the most left fork to the entrance of Gorewood. The subdivision has limited access in the winter and is located behind a locked gate. The subdivision is surrounded by Grand River Ranch and offers heavy trees and views with very limited availability. There are 36 homesites in Gorewood. Homes are on household wells and septic systems.
Rabbit Ears Village is located west of Kremmling. Go approximately 26 miles west on Highway 40, or 1 mile south of the summit of Muddy Pass (where state Highway 14 intersects US Highway 40.) Rabbit Ears Village is on the east side and has a gated entryway. Lots are 2.5 acres to 7.5 acres with prices ranging from $30,000 to $70,000. Currently there is no winter access unless private individuals do their own plowing.
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Cliffview Estates will be Kremmling's newest subdivision, located in town on Kinsey between 3rd and 5th and backing up to Muddy Creek. In total there will be 49 quarter acre lots. Buyers will be able to choose from up to 5 home choices with many options to chose from such as basements, garages and square footage. At this time, it is not certain when development will start in Cliffview Estates.
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