When you in Old Town in Steamboat Springs, you live where the action is. The downtown area of Steamboat Springs has been around since the late 1800’s and the homes and architecture reflect that history. You’ll find homes dating back to the early settlers next to new homes with high-end fixtures and finishes. Lot sizes tend to be small, with most under 1/4 acre.
Another option for living maintenance-free in Downtown Steamboat is in one of the new luxury condos and townhomes like Howelson Place, The Olympian, Alpenglow, The Victoria, and Alpenglow Townhomes. These developments are popular for second homeowners and residents who like the ease of a condominium with the convenience of downtown.
Within a mile of Lincoln Avenue, you’ll find Yampa River recreation like tubing, fishing, and kayaking; markets and grocery stores; Emerald Mountain for downhill and cross country skiing, mountain biking and hiking; the Core Trail; baseball fields, a skate park, and a BMX pump track; the rodeo arena; an indoor ice skating rink; the Bud Werner Library, and plenty of restaurants and bars all accessible with Steamboat’s free bus system.
Living in downtown Steamboat Springs allows residents the opportunity to walk to everything–schools, churches, art museums, parades, and concerts.