Great location with nearby shopping, restaurants and grocery store.
The local bus stop is a short walk away - for an easy ride to Aspen/Snowmass.
**Townhome Owner & Cat - live on premise, in ground level bedroom (with separate entrance & living space).
There is a pet gate and 3-panel wall divider - separating the cat from the 2nd floor living room area, if preferred.
Bedroom 1 - 1 king bed
Bedroom 2 - 3 twin beds
There are two assigned parking space and plenty of extra guest spaces.
The Willits neighborhood
- Willits Town Center is less than a mile away with plenty of shops and great restaurants
- El Jebel Shopping Center is across highway 82
- Historic downtown Basalt has more fun shops and restaurants
- Whole Foods and City Market grocery stores are located 1-2 miles away.
- Non smoking
- No parties or events
- No extra guests - unless requested
Getting around - by Car or Bus
-Glenwood (20-30 min drive)
- Carbondale (10 min drive)
- Snowmass Village (20-25 min drive)
- Aspen (25-40 min drive)
Bus riders can meet with connecting buses at the Brush Creek and Hwy 82 Lot to travel to Snowmass Village or Woody Creek.
VelociRFTA BRT buses are designated with a “BRT ASPEN” headsign for buses traveling up valley or “BRT GLENWOOD” headsign for buses traveling down valley.
There are several new technologies to enhance your commute including free Wi-Fi at the VelociRFTA BRT stations and on buses.
There are 4 ski mountains towards Aspen.
Ajax (Aspen Mtn), Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk and Snowmass. Sunlight skiing is located in Glenwood Springs.
There are numerous road and mountain biking trails nearby. The Rio Grand Trail connects Aspen to Glenwood.
Glassier Trail is an intermediate/moderate trail you can hike, run, and mountain bike. ... This is a 1.6 mile dirt trail on the Glassier Open Space that links with The Crown in Basalt, CO. ... To get to the trailhead from Highway 82 in Basalt, turn onto Willits Lane.
Prince Creek, also called the Prince Creek Trails, is a network of trails you can hike, run, and mountain bike that are dog friendly. These are a series of unmarked trails on The Crown near Basalt (up West Sopris Creek Road (CR 6)) and near Carbondale (up Prince Creek Road (CR 5)).