Discover new mountain homes priced within reach at Grand Elk

Whether you’re looking for a second home or a chance to relocate to a mountain paradise, Koelbel and Company’s Village at Arrowhead offers that opportunity in Grand Elk with breathtaking views of the Continental Divide and Rocky Mountain National Park.

Located 90 tunnel-free miles from Denver and 20 minutes from Winter Park and Grand Lake, this collection of ranch and two-story homes back to Grand Elk Golf Club, a 7,144-yard masterpiece golf course crafted by PGA Tour veteran Craig Stadler.

Homebuyers can choose between semi-custom plans for ranch and two-story homes with main-level primary suites and three-car garages. Prices start at $1.4 million.

“With the increased ability of people being able to work from anywhere, we’re seeing people choose to locate here for either a primary or second home,” says Dana Keller, Koelbel’s vice president of sales and marketing.

“The homes are designed with outdoor rooms, multiple bedroom suites to provide separate quarters and meet the needs of multi-generation families.”

The Arrowhead plans offer covered front porches and big patios off the back overlooking the golf course. Keller says the interiors are filled with lots of glass so residents can take in all the beautiful mountain views.

At 1,976 square feet, the ranch home provides three bedrooms and 2.5 baths. The two-story home, 2,623 square feet with four bedrooms and 3.5 baths, offers a main-level primary suite and a second-floor loft.

Ideal for outdoor adventures

Living in Grand Elk offers opportunities for four-season mountain adventures. The community sits at an elevation of approximately 8,000 feet. It promises chances for unlimited fun with world-class skiing at nearby Winter Park and Grandby Ranch, plus cross-country skiing, snow tubing, mountain biking, hiking, and fishing along the nearby headwaters of the Fraser and Colorado rivers. Plus, the wonders of Rocky Mountain National Park are tantalizingly close.

With Grand Elk Golf Club as your backyard, you can play 18 holes of golf, swim in the heated club pool, or enjoy dinner at the Grand Elk Clubhouse. Your monthly $350 HOA dues include a family membership to the golf club, which provides unlimited play with no time or day restrictions, pool, and hot tub privileges, and discounts on entrees at the Grand Elk Grille.

Explore your options now

With models ready in August, you can get a sneak peek and see the installation of final finishes.

Schedule an appointment, and the Koelbel team will buy you lunch or treat you to happy hour.

“Now’s the time to get in and start planning your mountain adventures,” Keller says.

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