Aptly named, The Eby Creek Mesa subdivision sits on a mesa north of the Town of Eagle, overlooking the Town and enjoying stunning views to the Sawatch Range and Red Canyon. More rural feeling in character than many other Eagle neighborhoods, this 220 lot neighborhood is characterized by larger lots, no sidewalks, and direct access to BLM hiking and bicycle trails. Colorado mountain wildlife abounds; deer, elk, bears, turkeys, foxes, hawks and mountain lions are regular visitors here. Despite its rural and private feel, it is only 2 minutes to I-70.
Eby Creek Mesa has a large and beautiful private community park, situated on a parcel that affords it the most spectacular views in the subdivision. The park has a soccer/baseball field, volleyball net, tot lot, events pavilion, and a paved bike path.
This Rocky Mountain neighborhood is almost completely built out, with less than 10 lots remaining undeveloped as of the date of this writing.
Even though it is physically located in Eagle, not more than a mile from the Town center as the crow flies, this subdivision has not been annexed by the Town of Eagle, and is therefore considered a part of unincorporated Eagle County. This results in lower taxes, but a somewhat higher cost of for water and sewer.
Homes in this area in 2015 have sold for between $449k and $950k. For those looking for a rural feel, with privacy, views, yet close to town, Eby Creek Mesa is an ideal choice.