Living In Eagle Vail Colorado

Here are some of the pros and cons of living in Eagle Vail, Colorado:

Pros and amenities:

  • There are six parks throughout this whole entire subdivision of Eagle Vail for you and your family to enjoy. They include features like a beach and pond at one, a cabana and place to have BBQ’s at another.
  • Sledding hills in winter where locals gather to play
  • Brand new basketball courts in the summertime
  • It's actually fairly quiet, even though I 70 is just to the north. It stays really nice and quiet because the, the interstate is actually above most of Eagle Vail.
  • Eagle Vail pool: they just redid their entire Olympic size swimming pool plus it has slides for the kids. It has a small little area for the young kids. In the summertime they have grills set up so you can bring your own burgers and buns and all that stuff and make a day of it out here. They'll have plenty of lawn seating here and they also have some chairs that you can post up and lay down. You also have a cool little park. 
  • There is the Eagle Vail pavilion available to the community with a playground and park area. The pavilion is super cool and can host special events like weddings and parties.
  • You can exercise on your bike, you can hike, you can jog, you can run, and it's not going be like going up a big giant mountain which a lot of people get stressed out about, especially when you're coming in from out of town and you're trying to enjoy yourself.
  • There's also a groomed area where people cross-country ski.
  • The Eagle Vail Golf Club is another brilliant amenity that residents get to enjoy. It is a public golf course and it adds to the real beauty of this whole community. A lot of these town homes, duplexes, single family homes, sit right on the golf course. The golf amenities include a big, beautiful clubhouse and  pro-shop and a restaurant and more.
  • However, another plus about living in an Eagle Vail is you are equal distance from Vail and Beaver Creek. I think that is super cool because if you want to go and ski and Vail for the day or Beaver Creek, it's the same exact distance. Being equal distance from Eagle Vail, you can determine based on who got fresh snow, where you're going to go and make your turns for that day.

Cons:

  • One con is there are only a couple of the main drags that go into the Eagle Vail subdivision, and they can be a little bit busy. If you own a home on one of these streets, it could be just a little tiny bit busier.
  • There is bus transportation that runs throughout the town. But sometimes it's a little bit of a walk to get out to the bus stop. If public transportation is how you want to get around.

There's a little bit of everything in this awesome community of the Eagle Vail, and it is a fantastic neighborhood. If you would like to learn more about the Eagle Vail area or anywhere in the valley, give Jeffrey a ring on (970) 445-8388, or email him at [email protected]

 

 

 

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