Workforce housing is becoming an endangered species in Eagle County. Tiny homes could be a solution.
A dynamic design/build power couple from Vail apply what they learned about high-end, high-rise living to a (relatively) modest single-family home with compelling results.
Despite ongoing population growth and development the valley, those who want a place where they can run cattle and play cowboy can find the elbow room to do that.
Community, kids, and culture make Edwards, Miller Ranch, Homestead and Singletree prime locations for locals who no longer want to play the rental game.
Peaceful down-valley lifestyle and prices that remain in reach make these communities a good choice for locals and families looking to purchase their first home.
Views that go on forever.
The hidden gems of the valley.
From views to golf to mountain biking, these communities have it all.
Ski racing meets golf meets tranquility.
Old school but not old fashioned.
From funky chalets to high end design, a place for everyone.
Life in the center of everything.
Winter comes early to East Vail but that's just how those who live here like it.
We asked real estate agents, locals, and absentee homeowners to help guide us through today’s market and pinpoint what makes each of the valley’s 25 mountain...
From East Vail to Gypsum, we found out what makes each of the valley’s 25 mountain towns and neighborhoods the special places they are.
A look inside a 16,000 square-foot Italianate villa in Edwards, complete with 220 acres of stunning backcountry laced with private trails.
Todd Winslow Pierce
A Houston couple reinvents a house with an unusual backstory as a storybook home all their own.
How one local real estate couple weathered 14 years in a dilapidated duplex, then reinvented it with lessons learned from the mountain market.
Julie Comins Pickrell
A ski racing family builds a contemporary mountain home with family as its foundation.