1785 SUNBURST DRIVE
VAIL GOLF COURSE | VAIL, CO
Sq Ft 4,236
Enter one of the most convenient home locations in Vail and immediately relax into expansive views of Bald Mountain overlooking the golf course in this warm single family mountain retreat. The functionality of this property and its location makes 1785 Sunburst Drive the perfect gathering place for friends and family. Located adjacent to the Vail Golf Club for summertime golfing and the Vail Nordic Center for wintertime snowshoeing and cross country skiing, it is also just steps to the unique short golf course bus route that quickly drops right at the ski lift in Golden Peak. In the summer stroll or bike ride on the easy, short ride to Vail Village.
The residence consists of 4 bedrooms, a home office, and a large family room separate from the main level. The lower level is well suited for the kids to hang out independently with jack-and-jill attached bedrooms to act as their own little haven with additional “hang out” nooks on the upper and lower levels. The great room is highlighted by rare, reclaimed chestnut floors and spruce beams that support the vaulted ceiling that warms up the space for that cozy mountain home feel. The main floor is ideal for hosting a number of guests between the open living room and kitchen that extends through glass sliding doors to the deck for easy accessibility to enjoy the beautiful Colorado weather on the enormous back deck. The separate owner’s suite on the third floor allows for privacy and a retreat away with an attached office to make use of the peace and quiet.
The accessibility and warm relationship this home has with The Vail Golf & Nordic Club House makes it feel like an extension of the residence. The Vail Golf Club is a public facility and has been recognized by Golf Digest as a "Top 100 Resort Course." In the wintertime, the Golf Club shifts into a nordic and snowshoeing haven where you can glide directly from 1785 Sunburst onto 17 kilometers of daily-groomed skate and classic track, or snowshoe on 10 kilometers of the scenic cross country trail system. Also located at the Vail Golf & Nordic Clubhouse, is the Grill On The Gore for you to easily walk over to enjoy the specialty cocktails or craft beer selection or enjoy the American comfort food for a meal while taking in the jaw-dropping mountain views that overlook the golf course open space.
Owning 1785 you can stop worrying about friends and family parking in Vail because this home boasts a coveted bus stop that is positioned just next to The Vail Golf & Nordic Club House and is just steps from your driveway. Download the local bus app and monitor in real-time the next bus so that you can perfectly time walking down the driveway, hop on and you will be dropped off in three minutes at the ski school and Vail Village base at Golden Peak. When your adult children want a late night on the town, you can rest easy knowing they are safe and can take the bus that will drop them a few steps from the house.
The possibilities for your family and additional guests to enjoy all this home has to offer are at your fingertips. Events include The Teva Mountain Games, Fourth of July Festivities, Hot Summer Nights concerts, Bravo Vail!, and the Vail Dance Festival. Again, you are perfectly located to enjoy these events in a hassle free manner. Hop on to the famous Vail Trail and hike into Vail Village by the iconically beautiful and serene Vail Trail to enjoy the afternoon at the Farmer’s Market. You will cherish the fresh mountain air with great company surrounded by epic views and delicious bites- what a treat. This is the mountain experience that you have been waiting for.
The Vail Golf Course neighborhood is one of the most unique locations in the Vail Valley. The Vail Golf Course is immediately adjacent to Vail Village’s Golden Peak ski base. This beautiful golf course community is home to some of the Vail Valley’s first residents, many of whom formed some of Vail’s original businesses. Why would the earliest locals select this area and remain for so many decades? This area boasts the shortest route of all the free Vail bus shuttle routes making an already convenient ride even more so. During the summer months, you can just walk or ride your bike to the Vail Village, and take in a Bravo! Vail or Dance event at the Ford Amphitheater. This venue, which is located between Vail Village and the Vail Golf Course, offers many concerts, special events, and performances throughout the year. In addition, Gore Creek traverses the area and prominent views of the Gore Range are easily seen. The Vail Golf Course neighborhood is home to the renowned public Vail Golf Club. In the wintertime, it operates as a cross country ski area and has a great restaurant and patio for enjoying food and drinks. This community offers some of the most sought after property locations in the Vail Valley.
- 2-Car garage & large heated driveway for ample parking
- Mudroom area for equipment & seasonal gear
- Huge back deck on the main level & walk-out patio area from the family room
- Great main floor open floor plan to host family & friends
- Ideally located just steps from the Vail Golf & Nordic Clubhouse that offers over 10 miles of daily-groomed skate & classic track, or snowshoe over 6 miles of scenic trails in the winter &unique 18-hole, par 71 experience in the summer
- Wood floors - reclaimed, wormy chestnut from a barn in Indiana. Rather rare.
- Beams - Spruce
- Doors - Alder
- Sliding doors in the master bedroom - reclaimed wood from the old The Hotel Beaumont, built in 1922, in Beaumont, TX
- Free Town of Vail Bus immediately adjacent to the Vail Golf & Nordic Clubhouse
- Grand gas fireplace
- The year around 2000 was the expansion and remodel when they bought it from Shapiro and they blew out the wall to create the family room downstairs, added the large deck, and added the mudroom entrance from the garage.
- 2017 - Da Vinci Synthetic Roof, gutters, snow melt & snow suppression were replaced, Beck Building Company Vail oversaw the project
- 2019 - Boilers were replaced & Beck Building Company Vail oversaw the project
- Less than 2 miles to Vail Village
- Bike through the Vail Golf Course to Golden Peak in under 10 minutes
- 14 miles to Beaver Ski Resort
- 37 miles to the Vail Valley Jet Center & Vail Regional Airport
- 120 miles to Denver International Airport
About the Area
The Town of Vail is surrounded by the White River National Forest and Vail Ski Resort: home to world class skiing, biking, hiking, fishing, golfing, shopping, and dining. The town of Vail has a total area of 4.5 square miles with the Gore Creek flowing through the center of town. Elevation average is around 8,150 feet above sea level and visible from the top of Vail Mountain is the world famous “Mount of the Holy Cross”. Nestled among the stunning mountains, meandering rivers and streams, lush forests, and aspen fields, Vail always feels intimate with splendid alpine villages and friendly people. Modeled on European ski towns, many of which are car-free, the town is partially pedestrianized. The Town of Vail operates the largest free shuttle bus system in the United States and has one hybrid-electric bus. With an incredibly well developed culinary center and a variety of restaurants, Vail is also developing a cultural center, with various art and music venues active throughout the summer. Ford Amphitheater hosts several key events throughout the summer.
Piney River Ranch is only a few miles north of the Vail area. “Piney” as people often refer to it, is set on the edge of Piney Lake, and nestled at the foot of the majestic Gore Range, Piney River Ranch is a private, forty-acre Rocky Mountain retreat, long known as a favorite wedding and day-trip destination. Piney is surrounded by thousands of acres of backcountry within the White River National Forest. Piney offers a variety of activities from fly-fishing, hiking, canoeing, stand-up paddle boarding, waterfalls or simply relaxing in the gorgeous natural environment.
The Vail Golf Course presents golfers with a unique 18-hole, par 71 experience that is open to the public. When snow blankets the Vail Golf Club, it becomes the full-service Vail Nordic Center. Glide along 17 kilometers of daily-groomed skate and classic track, or snowshoe on 10 kilometers of scenic trails. For a new experience, check out our 13K of fat bike trails and fat bike rentals!
The close proximity to I-70 makes it an easy jaunt to Denver International Airport and the Greater Denver area to take in shopping, professional sporting events and other cultural events offered by the Front Range area. And the Vail Jet Center is just 31 miles west and offers flights to and from many cities making Vail one of the most accessible mountain getaways with high level cultural events throughout the year.
Vail Ski Resort | Vail Golf Course | Piney River Ranch | Hot Summer Nights Concert Series | Bravo! Vail | Vail Dance Festival | Ford Amphitheater