What sets Carbondale apart?

An independent community that’s intent on forging its own path, Carbondale is fiercely community-minded and is active in supporting local businesses and talented artisans.

The Carbondale Difference

When you’re living in Carbondale, you have so much at your fingertips. Want to hit the trails? Ride your bike? Go shopping? Enjoy brunch? You can live here and have it all.

One of the most exciting aspects of Carbondale is the addition of public art throughout the community. Stunning sculptures are constantly cropping up, made of marble, steel, cast iron, fiberglass, and limestone. These are reminders of the continued vibrancy of this community, and the public art scene that is growing bigger by the day.

Want to feel connected to nature? Head down to the Penny Hot Springs, sitting on the Crystal River, for a quick soak. Or, you can check out the River Valley Ranch Golf Club (ranked one of the nation’s best new courses). There are also local farms, the annual Mountain Fair, and a summer rodeo series all waiting for you.

Carbondale’s downtown strip is its calling card. This highly-walkable stretch of the city is the perfect place to spend the day. You’ll most likely need a car for any of your other chores or errands that you need to run outside of the downtown core.

Right off the Rio Grande Trail, Carbondale’s downtown strip of Main Street has a decidedly Old West feel to it. Here you can find lodges, theaters, brewpubs, and even a saloon (or two)! Living in Carbondale is like taking a trip back in time, with a distinct charm that will have you coming back for more.

It’s really no surprise that Carbondale was ranked as one of America’s best small towns. Everyone here is so welcoming, courteous, and friendly – it’s easy to see why real estate in Carbondale is home for so many. If you visit once, you’ll likely never want to leave.

Ready to call Carbondale home?

Get in touch with us today, and we will help you call this picturesque community home.

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