Alpine Meadows is a small and peaceful community along the Slate River Road consisting of single family homes of varying ages, sizes and styles. The views from this community depend on each parcel, but they include the iconic Paradise Divide, the Slate River, Crested Butte Mountain, and Nicholson Lake. Homeowners have the Crested Butte backcountry at their fingertips, including miles of the expansive Gunnison National Forest for recreation year-round with backcountry skiing, snowmobiling, mountain biking, and hiking. Residents can also access recreation through the Lupine Trail and the Lower Loop trail system. Homeowners also enjoy exclusive fishing on the lake. While it feels like living almost in the backcountry, Mount Crested Butte and the Downtown of Crested Butte are conveniently only a few miles away.


Trapper’s Crossing home sites are usually 35+ acres and accommodate for a true mountain lifestyle with sweeping views and ultimate privacy in luxury homes.


Red Mountain Ranch is a gated community, highly coveted for its luxurious homes, large homesites of 35+ acres, and in a lot of cases, privacy in the mature tree groves. It’s not uncommon to see plenty of wildlife in your own backyard at Red Mountain, including elk and deer, as many of the parcels border public land. These homes tend to enjoy both up and down valley views, and being located roughly an equal distance to Gunnison and to Crested Butte, living in this area makes commuting to either town easy and convenient.


McCormick Ranch is a seven lot subdivision of 35 acre lots just east of town, and one of the few communities with such large lots where homeowners can enjoy that kind of seclusion and privacy and still be able walk or ride a bike to Downtown Crested Butte. These home sites enjoy stunning views of Paradise Divide.


Danni Ranch is a community of 35-acre parcels located 12 miles south of Crested Butte, roughly halfway between Crested Butte and Gunnison. Homeowners in this subdivision enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding areas and private fishing rights on the East River.