Estes Park Colorado Real Estate
Estes Park, Colorado real estate has only improved considerably since the early 1980s. A man-made earthen dam collapsed in nearby Rocky Mountain National Park in 1982, sending the river down to wreak havoc on Estes real estate, culminating in almost the total destruction of the village’s main street. Yet Estes Park, subsequently and still known as “The Gutsiest Little Town,” used the catastrophe to its advantage and went through a major renewal and redevelopment of the downtown area.
Visit the downtown core today and you’ll enjoy a main street lined with gorgeous shade trees, landscaped with mountain flowers and decorated with Victorian-style lampposts and lights as well as comfortable benches — all the better for resting awhile to watch the passing scene stroll by. Stroll along the shores of Lake Estes, or the Fall River. Be sure to visit the landscaped sculpture garden near the river, as well.
Real Estate in Estes Park, Colorado
Estes Park, Colorado real estate has been exceedingly popular since the opening of F.O. Stanley’s magnificent Stanley Hotel in 1909. Millions of visitors have come to this lovely community located more than 7,500 feet above sea level since then, including the Emperor of Japan, President George W. Bush, Pope John Paul II, and many other famous, infamous and not-famous-at-all individuals.
If you’re interested in becoming one of the fortunate people who purchase Estes real estate — either year round use or during family vacations in the spring and summer — call upon the professionals at Ponderosa Realty…today!