Indian Mountain CO Homes & Real Estate

Included below are homes for sale and real estate in Indian Mountain, CO.

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About Indian Mountain

The community of Indian Mountain, just 75 miles from Denver, boasts 1 to 10 acre properties on a landscape of hills, forests, and meadows. Bordering the Pike National Forest, and overlooking the South Park basin, Indian Mountain real estate offers residents the use of ski runs, a community center, playground, RV storage, golf, and a lodge, as well as various city-related services available at nearby Fairplay. Local government and the property owners association both serve this community.

Indian Mountain September 27, 2022
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$335.10
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$124,900
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Homes for Sale in Indian Mountain

Homes for sale around Indian Mountain are typical of the spacious, cozy recreational properties found throughout Park County. Large, pine-finished interiors with open lofts, peaked facades, floor-to-ceiling windows, and stone-finished walk-out basements define the particular style of these homes.

Indian Mountain real estate gives residents the chance to experience the best of Park County's beautiful landscapes, from wide porches that wrap around the upper levels. These provide excellent spaces for entertainment, relaxation, or an afternoon barbecue. 

The more developed properties in Indian Mountain also boast various out-buildings and utility spaces - excellent for that extra project, hobby, or storage.

Discover Indian Mountain in Park County, Colorado

The Indian Mountain community occupies around 8000 acres of residential land in the northeastern portion of South Park, Colorado.

Most of the subdivisions are distributed across the hilly terrain between Taryall and Elkhorn Roads.

Homes at the northern end of Indian Mountain benefit from their proximity to Highway 285, and the services provided by ComoJefferson, and Fairplay. Overall, for all its remoteness and the rugged surroundings, Indian Mountain enjoys a relatively high-level of services and facilities.

Given the hilly terrain, the lots in Indian Mountain sit at the end of a series of winding roads, often ending in grand views, or private spaces enclosed by trees. The area also includes a number of creeks and small, dry valley-beds.

Most of the homes in Indian Mountain are second or recreational properties.

Residents here enjoy the easy access to the surrounding mountains, towns, and the South Park valley. However, Indian Mountain itself is also home to a range of fantastic outdoor and recreational opportunities.

Indian Mountain Amenities & Services

Indian Mountain residents are served by both an active Metropolitan District and the Indian Mountain Property Owners Association. These two organizations ensure that Indian Mountain residents have access to an excellent range of amenities and services.

For example, the district owns and maintains over 200 acres of recreational land, used for hiking, frisbee golf and as a general park. The land also contains a comfort station, lodge, pavilion, and playground.

A short distance outside of Indian Mountain, the district also owns 86 acres of land in Sportsmen's Ranch, including a 9-hole pasture golf course. The remainder of the land is partly used for vehicle and trailer storage.

Other Indian Mountain community features include a community center on Keneu Court (with a deck, hall, and lounge), and a gold panning park and picnic spot.