Estes Park Housing

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.  If you need help finding a home, our favorite 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 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 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 housing as an employment benefit.

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  1. Prof. Dr. Dirks, Una April 15, 2012
    • Estes Park Information April 16, 2012

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