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Tbd South Park Road, Telluride


Tbd South Park Road, Telluride

0 Beds 0 Baths 0 SqFt Commercial/Industry MLS® # 42415

Garrett & Jessica Simon Telluride Real Estate CorpTelluride Association of Realtors Logo

530 W Galena Avenue, Telluride


530 W Galena Avenue, Telluride

0 Beds 0 Baths 0 SqFt Land MLS® # 42338

Steve Hilbert Telluride Real Estate Corp. MVTelluride Association of Realtors Logo

627 W Pacific Avenue, Telluride


627 W Pacific Avenue, Telluride

1 Bed 1 Bath 679 SqFt Condo MLS® # 42335

Mark Dollard LIV Sotheby's International Realty - Transfer TellurideTelluride Association of Realtors Logo

398 S Davis Street, Telluride


398 S Davis Street, Telluride

3 Beds 3 Baths 2,651 SqFt Condo MLS® # 42334

Asa Van Gelder Telluride PropertiesTelluride Association of Realtors Logo

280 S Mahoney Drive, Telluride


↓ $100,000

280 S Mahoney Drive, Telluride

2 Beds 3 Baths 1,248 SqFt Condo MLS® # 42333

Jim Jennings Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties-TellurideTelluride Association of Realtors Logo

398 S Davis Street, Telluride


398 S Davis Street, Telluride

4 Beds 4.5 Baths 2,771 SqFt Condo MLS® # 42332

Martin Stetina Telluride PropertiesTelluride Association of Realtors Logo

121 W Colorado Avenue, Telluride


121 W Colorado Avenue, Telluride

0 Beds 0.5 Baths 1,088 SqFt Commercial/Industry MLS® # 42328

Steve Cieciuch Telluride PropertiesTelluride Association of Realtors Logo

398 S Davis Street, Telluride


398 S Davis Street, Telluride

2 Beds 3 Baths 2,009 SqFt Condo MLS® # 42318

Rosie Cusack Telluride Luxury Rentals and Real Estate, Inc.Telluride Association of Realtors Logo

747 W Pacific Avenue, Telluride


747 W Pacific Avenue, Telluride

3 Beds 2 Baths 1,255 SqFt Condo MLS® # 42317

Brian Gavin LIV Sotheby's International Realty- MainStTelluride Association of Realtors Logo

514 W Pacific Avenue, Telluride


514 W Pacific Avenue, Telluride

3 Beds 3.5 Baths 1,677 SqFt Condo MLS® # 42315

Jean Vatter Village Real EstateTelluride Association of Realtors Logo

300 S Mahoney Drive, Telluride


↓ $850,000

300 S Mahoney Drive, Telluride

2 Beds 2 Baths 1,425 SqFt Condo MLS® # 42311

Mary Wodehouse Engel & Volkers TellurideTelluride Association of Realtors Logo

533 W Pacific Avenue, Telluride


533 W Pacific Avenue, Telluride

2 Beds 2 Baths 857 SqFt Condo MLS® # 42309

Ryan Higgins Telluride Luxury Rentals and Real Estate, Inc.Telluride Association of Realtors Logo

Town of Telluride

Tucked within the dramatic embrace of the San Juan Mountains, Telluride is a historical gem that has seamlessly transitioned into a world-class destination. This charming town, boasting a unique blend of nature, history, and cultural vibrancy, captivates the hearts of all who cross its path. An enclave where log cabin architecture meets elegant stone exteriors, Telluride's real estate offerings are as diverse as they are breathtaking, with mountainside luxurious estates, multi-level residences with eight or more bedrooms, charming historic mining homes, and much more.

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Aerial view over Telluride, CO

Telluride Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $5.2M
Lowest Price $135K
Highest Price $22.5M
Total Listings 90
Avg. Price/SQFT $1.9K

Property Types (active listings)

About Telluride, CO

Telluride, with its origins rooted in the riches of gold and silver mining, has etched its name as one of America's few National Historic Landmark Districts. The town stands surrounded by soaring peaks, making it one of the most picturesque settings you'll ever encounter. Its small-town charm is underscored by the absence of traffic lights for miles and the convenience of a free gondola transportation system connecting it to Mountain Village.

With a year-round population of approximately 2,325 people, Telluride is a sanctuary that remains untarnished by sprawls of malls or cookie-cutter buildings.

Explore Telluride Real Estate

In Telluride, the real estate landscape unveils a breathtaking tapestry of architectural wonders. The essence of the town's character is woven into each property, whether it's the rustic charm of log cabin features complemented by elegant stone exteriors or the grandeur of mountainside estates that seamlessly blend with their natural surroundings.

Here, you'll discover multi-level residences boasting eight or more bedrooms, creating ample space for families and guests. The real estate market in Telluride offers a blend of the old and the new, with well-preserved historic properties standing as a testament to the town's rich heritage. For those with a vision of crafting their dream retreat, pristine canvases beckon, providing a unique opportunity to build on some of the most sought-after parcels in Colorado.

A particularly enchanting facet of Telluride's real estate market is its historic mining homes, lovingly preserved to maintain their original charm. These homes stand as an enduring testament to the town's origins while offering modern comfort and style. It's worth noting that the average home price in Telluride hovers around 5 million, underscoring the sought-after grandeur and allure of this one-of-a-kind historic town.

Telluride's real estate offerings provide an additional treasure—spectacular views of the world-renowned Box Canyon surroundings. The Box Canyon treats residents to awe-inspiring vistas in every direction. To the South, you'll gaze upon the ski runs of the Telluride Ski Resort, the Bear Creek area, and the impressive San Joaquin Ridge. The East reveals the mesmerizing beauty of Ingram Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, and the iconic Ajax Peak. To the North, the town offers stunning panoramas of Mt. Sneffels, Dallas, and Gilpin Peaks. These views are more than just scenery; they're an integral part of life in Telluride.

The heart of Telluride lies in its close-knit community. With a population that remains limited, Telluride is a place where people quickly extend a helping hand. For over 130 years, San Miguel County has been home to individuals with remarkable skills and accomplishments. The town's commitment to quality living is reflected in its award-winning restaurants, long-standing community events, small-town charm, and innovative institutions. The Telluride School District has consistently earned recognition as one of Colorado's top school districts, with its dedicated staff receiving state honors.

Telluride Highlights & Amenities

Telluride's appeal extends far beyond its captivating and historic real estate. This unique town, ensconced in a box canyon and surrounded by majestic peaks, is a sanctuary for nature enthusiasts, culture connoisseurs, and those seeking a tight-knit community.

This former mining town, now designated as a National Historic District, boasts renowned art galleries and vibrant art walks. The Telluride Arts District, a Colorado-certified creative district, takes center stage, hosting an array of events throughout the year that celebrate the creative spirit. From world-class music festivals in historic and state-of-the-art venues like the Historic Sheridan Opera House, Ah Haa School for the Arts (formerly a train depot), to the Michael D. Palm Theatre, there's always a cultural event to enrich your life.

Telluride's cultural calendar is nothing short of exceptional, featuring signature music festivals, wine festivals, film festivals, jazz celebrations, and blues & brews extravaganzas. These diverse events cater to every taste, ensuring that connoisseurs from all walks of life find their perfect gathering.

Colorado is renowned for its stunning landscapes, but Telluride stands in a league of its own. Cradled within a one-way-in, one-way-out box canyon, Telluride is surrounded by the largest concentration of 13,000- and 14,000-foot mountains in North America. These towering peaks serve as a majestic backdrop, complemented by cascading waterfalls, including Colorado's longest free-falling waterfall, which descends a truly breathtaking 365 feet.

As a town with a rich mining history, now transformed into a destination with a world-class ski resort and the title of the summer festival capital of the Rockies, Telluride embodies a unique blend of heritage, culture, and natural splendor. Nature lovers are drawn to the waterfalls, the vast national forest lands, and one of the largest concentrations of 14,000-foot peaks in North America.

The landscape welcomes mountain bikers, campers, boaters, hikers, and fly fishermen during the summer, while the winter season brings the excitement of skiing and snowboarding in what is often described as "the most beautiful place you'll ever ski."

In Telluride, history, culture, and the magnificence of nature converge to create an unforgettable destination, where every chapter of life is enriched by the beauty of the San Juan Mountains and the warmth of a vibrant community.

Steve Cieciuch of Telluride Properties

Contact Steve Cieciuch today to help you with your next home.

With expert knowledge and years of real estate experience in Telluride and the surrounding areas, Steve Cieciuch (Chet-Chu) can make finding your dream home simple and stress-free.

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