Estes Park Housing

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Estes Park HousingThe Estes Park Housing market is a booming business, with over $76 million in home sales.  Home prices are higher than average here, and they tend to hold their value, even during the recession.

The average selling price of a home is about $380,000, with an average time on the market of 178 days, and the average selling price of condominiums is about $243,000, with an average time on the market of 206 days.

The MLS real estate listings for Estes Park can be found at ColoProperty.com.  Our favorite Estes Park real estate agent is Mike Richardson–he’s a stand-up guy who knows the area well.

Home prices are slightly less in the outlying communities of Drake, Glen Haven, and Allenspark.

Summer/rental housing in Estes Park:

 

Average rental price for a two-bedroom is $893; for a three-bedroom, it’s $1,208.

Check the Estes Park newspapers for rental listings: The Estes Park News and the Estes Park Trail-Gazette. Craigslist is also a good place to look.

Senior housing is available at:

 

Good Samaritan Village
Prospect Park Living Center
The Pines at Estes Park
Trail Ridge Apartments, (970) 586-0216

Rent-adjusted Estes Park housing is available at:

 

Park Ridge Apartments
South St. Vrain Quarters
Lone Tree Village
Talons Pointe
Cleave Street Apartments

The Estes Park Housing Authority manages rent-adjusted housing.
www.esteshousing.org; (970) 577-3730

Some employers, notably Rocky Mountain National Park and some of the summer camps and hotel chains, provide Estes Park housing opportunities as an employment benefit.

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2 Responses to “Estes Park Housing”

  1. Hello,
    I am a research scholar (coming from Germany) at Colorado State University. Is there a possibility to rent a quiet furnished studio/appartment at Estes Park from July to ca. mid-August 2012?
    Thanks for considering my query!
    Una Dirks

    • Admin says:

      Hello Dr. Dirks,

      Just in case you are unaware, Estes Park is about an hour’s drive from CSU. I’m not sure whether this would have any bearing on whether you still want to rent in Estes Park. It’s a pleasant drive, but does take at least an hour.

      Summer rentals are common in Estes Park, and your best bets for finding them would be the Estes Park News classifieds section (estesparknews.com) or fortcollins.craigslist.org (serves both Estes Park and Ft. Collins). Summer sublets are generally fairly easy to find in Ft. Collins.

      Let me know if you need further help and I can try to ask around for you, just let me know which location.

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