Subdivision: Gold Link Crested Butte Gold Link offers a unique opportunity to prospective homeowners in Mt. Crested Butte. A community of 32 single family home sites are located on the northern end of the Town of Mt. Crested Butte in rolling meadows, surrounded by panoramic views that are dominated by Mt. Crested Butte and Gothic Mt with great skier access. The Gold Link Neighborhood is locate at the northern end of the Town of Mt. Crested Butte, immediately adjacent to skiing and permanent open space in the Gunnison National Forest. The development was established in 1993 and is surrounded by panoramic long-range views, which are dominated by the presence of Mt. Crested Butte to the South Snodgrass and Gothic to the North, and Paradise Mountains to the West. Characterized as an upscale neighborhood, the site sits at the base of the foothills which contain masses of aspens, coniferous forests and abundant wildlife.
The Gold Link Neighborhood is a cluster of single family homes surrounded by open space. There are design guidelines and a Design Review Board in place to ensure the neighborhood’s consistent quality of look and feel is maintained on new construction or alterations of existing homes. Gold Link’s over all architectural goal is to incorporate the natural character of immediate environment combined with design guidelines that ensure high quality building standards. It is a cohesive neighborhood that reflects traditional mountain designs. The home sites permit the construction of one primary dwelling, one accessory housing unit and a garage.
All utilities are installed underground and include Mt. Crested Butte Water and Sanitation, Gunnison County Electric, Atmos Energy Natural Gas, and Century Link phone lines. HOA Fees are approximately $300 per year and this covers landscaping maintenance of common areas, fences, culverts… etc. for the subdivision.
Hiking and Biking access – Homeowners in the Gold Link neighborhood have easy access to close hiking and biking trails – the Gothic trailhead at the base of Snodgrass provides access to miles of trails and skiing access in the Winter for nordic skiing out Gothic Road, or Alpine Touring (AT) skiing on Snodgrass. Lower Meander is a new trail that winds through the Prospect Subdivision and ties into Meander – and there are many trails on Mt. Crested Butte for hiking or biking. Alpine Skiing access – to get to the Gold Link chairlift homeowners can ski across a groomed trail to access the triple chair. Skiing down to Gold Link homes is via the Homeowners Run off the Gold Link, Prospect or Painterboy chairlifts. For more information on this or the Crested Butte Real Estate Market contact: Chris Kopf Previews® Property Specialist Coldwell Banker Bighorn Realty Phone: (970) 209-5405 email: email@example.com Click here to do an advanced search the Crested Butte MLS for properties for sale in the Crested Butte area.