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Townhomes available in Eagles Nest
On the golf course called the Ravens at Eagles Nest are the townhomes called Hideaway. Owners of a Hideaway townhome for sale will know that homeowners here enjoy all the amenities of the neighborhood as well as the pleasure of being golf course living.
The Gore Range is in view from Buffalo Mountain to the sharp peaks of the Eagles Nest Wilderness area from the open, rolling hills of the single-family home neighborhoods that surround this and a few other small townhouse and duplex groups like this one
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Recreation in the Hideaway Townhomes in Eagles Nest
As part of the Eagles Nest neighborhood, owners of a Hideaway Townhome will be part of a strong HOA, and have access to the all the amenities of the neighborhood:: golf, clubhouse, bike routes and hiking trails nearby. Hideaway homes are near Blue River Parkway (Hwy 9), so access to trailheads along some of the westerly roads that peel off the highway just a mile or so further north from this neighborhood are easy to acces. These trails head into the Gore Range and the Eagles Nest Wilderness area and are some backpacker favorites. Just across the valley are trails up into the Williams Range, along the Ptarmigan trail.
The town of Silverthorne has a large rec center with several pools an indoor track and gym.
Quick Facts about Hideaway Townhouses, Silverthorne, Colorado
- Built from: 1997 - 1999
- Size: 2 - 3 bedroom
- Square Footage: 1,203 to 2,143 sq. ft.
- Number of townhomes: 78
Driving to Hideaway, Silverthorne
From I-70 drive north about 2.5 miles through Silverthorne to Golden Eagle, also the turn for the Raven's Three Peaks Golf Course. From Golden Eagle, soon after the median, take a right on Kestrel Lane. Just after Talon Lane, an almond-shaped loop right and straight on Kestrel is where you'll find on cluster of Hideway Townhouses. Further along and easterly (stay right) is another cluster separated from the highway by the green sculptured hills of the golf course.