The Vail neighborhood Intermountain is located south of I-70 and the furthest west of all of the Vail neighborhoods. A little known fact is that a small section of Intermountain ( the farthest southwest corner) is considered unincorporated Eagle County (not officially in Town of Vail boundaries) and, consequently, its road services are taken care of by the County and not by the town. This means slightly lower property taxes and no real estate transfer tax.
Intermountain is a wonderful mountain neighborhood with part of it nestled along the banks of Gore Creek and the balance on the mountain side. The neighborhood has part of the Vail Valley Trail running along its perimeter, a paved path that runs from the eastern end of Eagle-Vail all the way into Lionshead. Intermountain also has its own dog park, a hotspot for locals. The homes in Intermountain include condos, townhouses, duplexes and single family homes.
A Vail REALTOR can be instrumental in helping you get to know all of the Vail neighborhoods. Learning more about the area will be helpful. From East Vail to West Vail, including Vail Village, Matterhorn, and Potato Patch, to name a few, the neighborhoods are diverse. Therefore each neighborhood offers something unique. Whether you are looking to become a full time resident or purchase a vacation home our expertise can help you make an informed decision on buying the right property in the right location for you and your family.
Help from a Vail REALTOR
Help from a Vail REALTOR can be essential. Contact our team at the Vail Real Estate Center today to learn more about the residential neighborhood of Intermountain. Intermountain is also referred to as West Vail South. In addition we can help you get to know all of neighborhoods and communities in the Vail area. Getting to know the area will result in you knowing where you may be interested in buying. Our knowledge and experience can serve as your guide to Vail real estate.