Bluebird Days Magazine | Summer and Fall 2024

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issue 13 bringing dreams home
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It’s late spring and we will be in full bloom soon. The sunny side of the street is already revealing the buds of summer. There is resilience in the air as new stores and restaurants open following a bountiful ski season with snow totals well above average.

We always look forward to our summer friends returning to the valley, sharing the freedom of outdoor concerts, lively tastings and wildflower hikes.

The real estate market is off to a great start this spring. Bluebird’s sales are more than double from this time last year, and we continue to lead the market in listings and sales. Our agents are the most accomplished in the Crested Butte and Gunnison areas, with the highest number of top producers of any firm. We enjoy working together, and we recently celebrated our seventh anniversary with a toast and pizza party in Gunnison.

Enjoy perusing this new issue of bluebird days and see all the new listings that are hitting the market. Take in the feature story of Kent Viles of Castle Creek Guitars, the creator of a one-of-a-kind hand built “Dobrato” featuring a vibrato and string bending handle.

It is our clients who make our business possible and we are steadily mindful and appreciative. The trust and friendships that emerge are priceless, and we are grateful to be able to work and play with you in this wonderful paradise.

Happy trails,

On The Cover:

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“Bluebirds Float Lake Irwin” Bud enjoying spring sunshine on Elk Avenue.

summer & fall events

Sundays at Six Concert Series

June 16th – August 18th

Check out Legion Park in Gunnison on Sunday evenings for free live music performances. For this year’s entertainment lineup, visit

Alpenglow Concert Series

June 17th – August 12th

Relax with great live music, food and drinks at CB town park on Monday evenings for these free shows. For this year’s entertainment lineup, visit

Cattleman’s Days Rodeo

July 11th – 13th

124 years strong! The “Granddaddy of all Colorado Rodeos.” For more information, visit

Crested Butte Wildflower Festival

July 12th – 21st

See why Crested Butte is the Wildflower Capital of Colorado! Visit to check availability and get your tickets.

Crested Butte Wine and Food Festival

July 17th – 21st

Explore enlightening seminars, elegant winemaker dinners, and exciting tasting events this summer. To purchase passes, visit

Crested Butte Arts Festival

August 2nd – 4th

A weekend of cultural celebration at Colorado’s premier high-country arts event. For more information, visit

35th Annual Rotary Rubber Duck Race

August 4th

Benefiting local charities and student scholarships. For more information and to buy your duck tickets, visit

The Grand Traverse

August 31st – September 1st

A race between Aspen and Crested Butte where participants run or bike forty miles through the Elk Mountains. For more information, visit

Chili and Beer Festival

September 7th

The 26th annual, with locally made chili, tasty craft beer, and live music, it’s a notto-be-missed party! Visit for tickets and more information.

Crested Butte Film Festival

September 18th – 22nd

Check out the best curated films, documentaries, shorts, and talks from directors, actors, and more. For more information, visit

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Captivating films, colorful Colorado foliage and charm of Crested Butte: it’s an unrivaled cinematic experience. Festival passes now available at

crested butte market snapshot

spring 2024

It is spring and a time for rejuvenation and warm sunshine. As the snow melts and the flowers begin to bud, the anticipation for riding trails and joining friends for outdoor concerts mounts. It is a welcome, quiet time as we transition from a great ski season with above average snowfall.

There is a positive attitude in the real estate market as we head into summer. Several new restaurants are scheduled to open in our nation’s Wildflower Capital. Sales and confidence are up compared to this time last year. Inventories are growing to normal levels, and despite upticks in interest rates, they are still at healthy levels and buyers are indicating that they are tired of waiting and are ready to buy.

The first quarter in the Crested Butte area is the beginning of a track that builds steadily through the year. Indicators are that expensive properties are in high demand. The average home price in the town of Crested Butte is now over $1,260 per square foot. In Mt. Crested Butte, the average home price is over $2.6 million for the first time ever.

With more high end sales, the rural Crested Butte market, including Skyland, Trappers and Danni Ranch, is reaching average prices over $3.5

million. CB South is steady with only a few sales with an average home price of $1.1 million, due to high demand and low available listings.

Condominium sales are steady, but the inventory has doubled to 64 available units, with twelve sales year to date.

Land sales have slowed to eight transactions in the first quarter, with a rise in available tracts to 126. Some land owners have opted to purchase existing structures for a quicker entrance to the market.

Bluebird continues to lead the market with the highest number of sales this year and last year of any firm in the Gunnison Valley. Our associates feel bullish on the spring market. They assert that our destination is highly desired, and they have lots of buyers who are ready to purchase this season when the right properties come on the market.

We would love to show you how we are “bringing dreams home.” Bluebird is the exclusive regional member of Luxury Portfolio International, the largest global consortium of independent brokers and premium properties.

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gunnison market snapshot

spring 2024

The whitewater kayakers and serious mountain bikers lead the way in ushering spring into summer in the Gunnison area. Following a healthy winter snow season, the calves are plentiful in the pastures and the golfers are warming up their swings.

As the trees bloom on Main Street, we enjoy and appreciate the transition to sunny days and warmer weather. Natural Grocers recently opened along with Dilly Deli and Crested Bucha, and the Gunnison Arts Center has announced its summer concert schedule. New housing developments continue to be announced to satisfy much-needed demand in several sectors.

The real estate market is showing signs of sustained strength in the Gunnison area. Average home prices in town are nearing $700,000, as demand is keeping inventory to a minimum of six offerings. Rural Gunnison sales doubled in the first quarter with twelve transactions averaging a new high averaging over $1.4 million.

The condominium market has paused with only four sales to date, averaging just over $375,000, probably due to a lack of inventory and higher mortgage costs. Land sales are steady for the start of the year, averaging $330,000, and there has only been one commercial sale this year at $335,000 with 14 available properties.

Our associates anticipate listings to increase in the spring market, stimulating strong sales activity for the summer. Bluebird leads the Gunnison market in listings and sales this year and last. As a grateful member of the community, we are optimistic for the future of this County Seat, with the diversity of core drivers such as the university, hospital system, air travel, and governmental hub – not to mention the crossroads for ranching, hunting, and recreation.

We would love to work with you and show you how we are “bringing dreams home.” Bluebird is the exclusive regional member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, the largest global network of properties and independent brokerages.

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Among those who visit Crested Butte, there are some who feel a powerful pull to invest in this special place. For many, the initial investment of a home yields a dream fulfilled: a gathering place for

family and friends to connect, for kids to grow up in the mountains, and for multiple generations to create lasting memories.

Crested Butte boasts dazzling

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in town homesites SCARCE

NEW PRICE OPPORTUNITY! The six homesites at Augusta Park are competitively listed from $1,195,000 to $1,395,000. Enjoy the best mountain views from town in a neighborhood that affords space and privacy with the convenience of living a few blocks from Elk Avenue. Augusta Park offers some of the very last available homesites in the town of Crested Butte. These oversized and elevated sites are located on the north side of town, accessible from Pyramid Avenue, and each homesite is ready to build.

powder days in the winter and profusions of wildflowers in the summer. Plentiful sunshine fuels year-round outdoor recreation. There is also a top-ranked K-12 school, a dynamic arts and culture scene, and a lively downtown with unique shops and restaurants. From young families to old-timers, ski bums to entrepreneurs, the community is cool, creative and active.

Many have said that they came for the mountains but stayed for the community. Crested Butte is a vibrant year-round resort town with a tight-knit community and a rich history and heritage. Originally a seasonal home for the Ute Indians, Crested Butte was settled by miners in the late 1800’s. The town is a designated National Historic District, and colorful Victorian facades line the storefronts of Elk Avenue.

If you are feeling the pull of home, let us show you Augusta Park. These six new homesites are among the very last available residential lots within town. Located on the north side of Crested Butte, accessible from Pyramid Avenue, these oversized and elevated homesites showcase the best mountain views from town. There is easy access to the Slate River public boat launch and the River Trail connecting to the Crested Butte Recreation Path. Elk Avenue restaurants and retail are within walking or biking distance. Augusta Park offers the convenience of town while affording more space and privacy than nearby neighborhoods. Each homesite is competitively priced and ready to build.

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community spotlight

This year, enjoy everything Crested Butte has to offer — stunning beauty, outdoor adventure and amazing comradery — while, at the same time, giving back to those living right next to you. That is the goal of Trek for Life, a local organization committed to raising awareness of mental health issues affecting those in our valley and providing much needed services. Founded in 2019 by Paul Uhl, Trek for Life originally partnered with The Center for Mental Health in Gunnison to start a mental health services clinic in Crested Butte. At that time, there were no such services available in Crested Butte. Six years later, Trek for Life is now in its third year of partnering with Gunnison Valley Health Foundation (“GVH”), with 100% of its fundraising going to GVH — specifically earmarked for providing mental health and whole health services in Crested Butte for the under or un-insured.

Paul Uhl, a native of Chicago, founded Trek for Life in honor of his son and Crested Butte resident, Kyle Uhl, who took his life while living in Crested Butte in 2018. Like many of us, Kyle was drawn to Crested Butte by his passion for the outdoors — for skiing, hiking, rock climbing, biking, and fishing. Trek for Life is Kyle’s father’s commitment to helping bridge the gap between those in need in our community and much needed health care services. But, he can’t do it alone. As Paul states, “Trek for Life is about a community helping itself. This is not something that one organization or individual can do alone. Everyone needs to be aware and be active in reaching out to friends to make sure they are okay. People need to help and support each other in this community. That is why Trek for Life emphasizes that you don’t have to walk alone.” To date, Trek for

Life and Pedal Your Butte-Off! have provided more than 800 mental health sessions for those in our community, and the events continue to grow through the efforts of long-time sponsors like Bluebird Real Estate, GVH, Pinnacle Orthopedics, and KBUT Radio.

Each year, Paul Uhl hosts two fundraising events: Trek for Life Memorial Hike, a beautiful 11-mile hike over West Maroon Pass from Crested Butte to Snowmass; and Pedal Your Butte-Off!, a human-powered wheeled “challenge” through the Town of Crested Butte, ending with a celebration of life in Town Park with live music, food, and drink! Elk Avenue will be closed for Pedal Your Butte-Off! for all to enjoy! Be creative! Ride a wheeled device of your own creation, wear a costume, and sport a mustache! Your imagination is the only limit and fun is a given!

Trek for Life Memorial Hike will be held this Fall, on September 14, 2024, during Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month. Pedal Your Butte-Off! will be held Sunday, June 23, 2024. You can help by registering to participate in either event online at and use your profile page to invite your family, friends, and co-workers to walk with you, to sponsor you, or to make a donation in your name!

You Don’t Have to Walk Alone

More information about Trek for Life may be obtained at:, on Facebook at trekforlifecb, and Instagram at #trekforlifecb, #pedalyourbutteoff.

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birdseye views
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Kent Viles strings attached

The strings are still attached because local guitar expert Kent Viles, creator, innovator, and musician, with his business partner, owns the rights to an ingenious device that manufacturers such as Fender or Gibson guitars would love to get their hands on.

Kent Viles is an inventive, humble soul from Muncie, Indiana, who found Gunnison on a high school road trip in the late ’60’s. As with many, he decided he would have to return for college – less inspired by the academic offerings, yet more so for the skiing and fishing. Within two weeks of his arrival, he met his future wife, Christine, and the path was already forging.

discovering guitar

A musician and composer since middle school, Kent learned to play on his grandpa’s high-action vintage Gibson acoustic guitar. Once he learned five songs, the inspired player was promised his own guitar. “I got the genetic code for musical instruments from Grandpa, who could sit down at a piano or guitar and play anything without any sheet music,” Kent reflects. “I could pick up an accordion or flute and play it – music came easy to me. I was once even a professional jazz saxophonist.” In no time, Kent demonstrated his natural talent, played five songs on Grandpa’s guitar and his dad took him to the guitar shop. Kent remembered, “This was in the ‘50’s and there were all these now classic Gibsons and Fenders – and what did I pick out? A Teisco from Japan with five pickups and thirty switches – what was I thinking? Well, it had close action and was easy to play. Our first band was The Sandels, and our moms would drive us to fraternity parties to play at Ball State.”

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Once in college at Western State University, Kent worked at Wildflower Music on Tomichi where the Barnyard restaurant once resided. The violin shop and music store was run by Bradley Bowman. He taught Kent how to put an instrument together. “One day Bradley showed up out of the blue and handed me the keys, and said ‘send me some money every once in a while when you make it.’” The chips were falling in to place.

“I majored in art and biology at Western and wanted to do medical renderings, but this music opportunity sounded way more exciting. Once I started running the shop, we added the top brands: Gibson, Fender, Guild, Sun, Rogers, and Ludwig. We created a pretty epic shop in the middle of nowhere.” Kent always had an entrepreneurial mind and determination adding, “In this small town, you had to think outside your bubble. We added the first Western Union in Wildwood Music – and then offered records, tapes, 8-tracks, cassettes, and lessons. We even expanded in to electronics in the ‘80’s and sold the first Walkman’s in the region.” Always seeking new opportunities, they expanded further, being the first store to market cellular phones and satellite dish systems, including advanced audio and video home installations.

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castle creek guitars

In the latter part of the 2000’s, recession hit and electronic sales suffered. “I had to refocus, and in 2011, I opened Castle Creek Guitars on Main Street with a business partner. We created videos of all the guitars we carried and put them online. We hosted a weekly TV show in the shop, ‘Live from Castle Creek Guitars’ that was streaming worldwide before anyone was doing it. It was inspired by a previous live feed we transmitted over the phone line to Earth Radio (now KBUT) from Wildwood Music.”

“I love the tone of a resophonic guitar (also known as a dobro), especially with finger style blues.” The resophonic guitar looks like an acoustic guitar with a hubcap on top. It was designed and created to add volume to the playing when competing with horns in a band.

Kent is a slim figure in a western button shirt, with a stylish almost rockabilly cool gray quaff and retro green safety glasses. His open and easy approachable nature makes it natural for him to pick up a guitar and start picking for you with seasoned pointed nails on his right hand.

“I thought it would be cool to have a vibrato on this guitar, and after researching it, I found that nobody had done it before on an acoustic guitar.” A vibrato, also referred to as a tremolo or whammy bar is a stainless-steel handle mounted to the bridge near the right hand of the guitar player. When pulled, it lowers the tension of the strings, creating a wah wah effect. Picture Jimi Hendrix or the surf rock of the Ventures.

After retro fitting several acoustic guitars with vibrato tail pieces, and as with many of Kent’s ideas, he took this one into his own hands and decided to design and build an acoustic resophonic guitar with a vibrato,

the first of its kind in the world. “I started with the Republic Highway model, a metal body that came out of Texas. Then, I developed my own mounting system that was sturdier and didn’t compromise the sound.”

“Another guitar enthusiast out of upstate New York, James Alday, contacted me about this guitar I had developed. He had come up with the concept for a pull bend.” This is slang for the b-bender guitar, which was originally created in 1968 by Gene Parsons and Clarence White of the Byrds. Their version is a complex pully system routed through the body from the back of an electric guitar, and it emulates the sound of a pedal steel guitar when activated by a lever on the strap knob, often heard in americana and country music.

“I was intrigued by the idea, and we exchanged drawings. I came up with the design for the mechanism, which is also incorporated into the vibrato bar.” This is a first of its kind – a simple vibrato bar mounted on the bridge of the guitar (no cumbersome pully system or routing required), that when pushed in towards the body, lowers the pitch of all the strings (surf rock), and when pulled upward, bends the B string up a step (country twang).

“I was intrigued by the idea, and we exchanged drawings. I came up with the design for the mechanism, which is also incorporated into the vibrato bar.”

The Dobrato is born, coined by Kent, a term combining “vibrato” and “dobro”. Kent’s partner has the patent on the design of the bending mechanism motion, and Kent has applied for a patent on the b-bender with the Dobrato, which is the only way they can be purchased. “It’s a simplified motion with the fewest parts – an ergonomic and elegant design.” It’s a transformational achievement for Kent, as well as for performing artists who play multiple instruments and now can achieve much more versatility without changing guitars.

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dobrato Kent and Jason Isbell

the news is out

Although Kent is more about the creation than the proclamation, word has gotten out about his unique Dobrato. Word of mouth has succeeded as marketing and proves to be the best form of advertising. “A-list” players from many genres have gotten their hands on this hand built and individually signed work of art, including Tom Petty (Heartbreakers), Bob Weir (Grateful Dead), Jimmy Buffet, Billy Gibbons (ZZ Top) and Jason Isbell, to name a few. Kent assesses the diversity of the musicians playing his instrument, “The wall of fame is great, and I am grateful, but these young indie artists who are playing the Dobrato are intriguing – incorporating unique styles with alternate tunings in a more textural kind of movement. And the guys that kill on the Dobrato are the working musicians that gig nine nights a week – really inventive players exploring new creative territory.”


As Kent approaches his seventh decade, he contemplates the legacy of his creation, “I prefer to keep the package – the vibrato b-bender with the resophonic guitar (as opposed to selling the mechanism separately for use on other guitars). The plan was to build the first Dobrato and the last Dobrato and ride into the sunset. I have spent zero on advertising and I have remained under the radar.” At this point, Wikipedia doesn’t mention Kent’s apparatus in the B-bender section. “I’m less interested in certain people who might be drawn to it. But the guitar enthusiasts know about it and enjoy it. It’s been successful and I still enjoy it. This latest build (adding up to about 500 built) is honestly the culmination of everything I’ve learned along the way, and I’ve never built anything better.”

“The plan was to build the first Dobrato and the last Dobrato and ride into the sunset. I have spent zero on advertising and I have remained under the radar.”

Identifying one of his fondest moments, Kent shares an experience about multi-Grammy winner Jason Isbell, “Jason sent me tickets to see his show at Red Rocks (famous outdoor amphitheater near Denver). He gave us backstage passes and he couldn’t have been nicer, genuine and we had a noticeable mutual respect for each other. I showed him some things he could do on the bender that he wasn’t aware of. The Dobrato inspired him to write “If We Were Vampires,” a Grammy winning song. I climbed to the top of the theater to get a broad perspective, and there was a full moon. Jason pulls out the Dobrato and plays Vampires solo, and I got the shivers. If I could put that in a bottle – a proudest moment, seeing it in action – and it sounded ******* great!”

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bluebird associates

Meet the best and most accomplished real estate brokers in Crested Butte and Gunnison, Colorado. Bluebird keeps the interests of our clients our highest priority, delivering successful results every day through exceptional service, distinctive marketing, and teamwork. We are built on a vision of bringing dreams home, and your property closing is just the beginning of your relationship with Bluebird.

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As a 44-year resident, Karen finds Crested Butte to be a stunning and unique place to reside, work, and enjoy year-round. With over two decades of experience in real estate, she takes immense joy in acquainting her clients with a lifestyle that is fulfilling and abundant, often forging lasting friendships along the way. In memory of her late husband, Bill Allen, Karen established the annual Bill Allen Golf Tournament at the Club at Crested Butte in 2022. This beloved event swiftly sells out each year and serves to provide college tuition assistance to Club employees.

“Karen’s dedication to her clients is commendable. Her expertise in navigating Crested Butte’s market dynamics has been invaluable for me and my family. Her ethical standards, tenacity, and integrity ensure that our best interests are always prioritized. Karen’s determination and resourcefulness in overcoming challenges demonstrate her commitment to achieving the best outcomes for her clients. Additionally, her kindness and genuine care make her a pleasure to work with.” — T. Barnard

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Diane moved full-time to Crested Butte after living in Princeton, NJ, Durham, NC, New York, San Francisco, and London and enjoying having a second home in Crested Butte. She went to Duke University and was a double major in Economics and Psychology. As a 16 year veteran of Wall Street trading desks, Diane is well-versed in handling complex and sophisticated transactions for experienced and inexperienced clients. She has seen many local changes and is excited about the future of Crested Butte. Make sure to ask her for recommendations for great hiking trails or ski runs!

“Diane was the best. Purchasing a condo long distance can be a daunting, intimidating, and stressful process, but Diane made it a much different experience. Diane was extremely helpful, knowledgeable, and responsive as our agent. The entire process from start to finish was smooth and professional. She assured us that even after we closed, she would be a resource for whatever we needed in CB. Her expertise and excellent interpersonal skills make her a wonderful agent for anyone attempting to purchase property in CB.” — Judge E.

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Ryan Bak

Ryan’s real estate career began more than a decade ago after his competitive nature and desire to achieve results drove him to excel as a professional distance runner representing Team USA at world championship events. His drive helped him propel a start-up company into the #1 selling brand in its category in the US. Ranked in the Top 1% of all real estate agents nationally by total volume, Ryan has been a top producer since launching into real estate, selling more than 500 properties and nearing half a billion dollars in total sales. The desire to give their children the opportunity to grow up exploring in the mountains in a safe small town where they could walk to school and enjoy the freedoms of old times drew Ryan and his family to move to Crested Butte several years ago from Bend, Oregon. Long before relocating full-time, Ryan began investing in the local real estate market and strongly believes in the long-term value of owning property in Crested Butte. Ryan’s clients appreciate his commitment to fast, professional, 5-star service, so they can have an amazing real estate experience and achieve their desired results.

“Ryan was wonderful to work with. At every turn he was helpful, patient, informative, supportive, and advocating on our behalf.” — Chris & Wendy B.

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Jana Barrett

For 33 years, Jana has thrived in the Crested Butte and Gunnison Valley’s real estate market, earning a reputation as a dynamic, respected, and innovative agent. A consistent top performer at Bluebird, Jana is dedicated to delivering unparalleled buying and selling services. Jana is an Oklahoma native and a graduate of OSU; she brings a deep-rooted commitment to helping you find your dream home with valleywide expertise. Specializing in luxury homes to expansive ranches, Jana’s experience spans the spectrum. Outside of work, you can find Jana and her husband enjoying watersports, hunting, and exploring new areas on foot. Jana loves learning about the rich mining history of the Crested Butte area, collects antiques, and is a rockhound at heart. Her top “bucket list” goal is to fine-tune her fly-fishing skills with guidance from her two sons.

“Jana is knowledgeable, friendly, and easy to work with. She was organized and answered all our questions. She is a professional agent with years of experience in the Gunnison Valley and surrounding areas. We strongly recommend her!” — Pat & Judy B.

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Maggie Dethloff

Maggie moved to Crested Butte in 1987, following her graduation from UW-Madison. Originally from the Chicago area, Maggie knew she had found her new home after just one winter enjoying this beautiful valley. With over two decades of real estate expertise in Crested Butte, Maggie’s primary objective is to cultivate strong client relationships and deliver unwavering support throughout their property journey.

Embodying a reputation as a steady market leader, Maggie thrives on repeat business and referrals, showcasing her esteemed wisdom of the community and passion for helping people. Maggie’s unique blend of relatability and reliability ensures successful outcomes for her clients.

Committed to giving back to the community, Maggie actively participates in Rotary and serves on the Crested Butte South Metro District Board. She also extends her support to numerous local charities that serve the Gunnison Valley.

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Jennie Barry

Assistant to Maggie Dethloff

Jennie arrived in the Gunnison Valley in the fall of 1997 when she attended Western Colorado University. In 2017, she joined Bluebird Real Estate as their Office Manager. For four years, she managed various aspects of the office’s operations. During this time, her commitment to the real estate business motivated her to obtain her license. In 2021, she expanded her responsibilities within the company by joining forces with Maggie Dethloff. Her commitment to exceptional client service, coupled with her deep understanding of the real estate market, plays a pivotal role in helping Maggie’s business flourish. Jennie’s innate desire to assist and support others in achieving their real estate goals is a driving force behind her and Maggie’s accomplishments.

“Jennie is passionate about her work and always brings a positive “can-do” attitude. She is a team player who develops strong relationships with both co-workers and clients. Jennie was a joy to work with!” — Suzanne B.

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Trevor’s vibrant and engaging disposition creates and maintains a comfortable, carefree atmosphere throughout the typically arduous negotiation process. His infectious excitement and steadfast dedication to each client guarantee the highest level of customer service and satisfaction.

“Trevor is an exceptional realtor and all around great person. Trevor was consistently available and eager to show us properties through Zoom in Crested Butte. I have extremely high expectations and have never been satisfied with any of the realtors we have used. Working with Trevor was the first time I can confidently and enthusiastically say I would use his realtor services again - hands down! My husband and I have dreamed of owning a house in CB for years, and while we finally were ready to make it a reality, the housing market in CB got insanely competitive. It was a stressful search process but Trevor always brought his confident and calm demeanor to bear which eased our worries along the way. He also encouraged us to not settle on a property. Ultimately we were able to buy the home that will make us happy for years to come. Trevor is also a fun and well networked guy who has great perspective on the town of CB. Trevor is very professional, responsive and has great communication skills. Thank you, Trevor!” — Lauren & Tyler

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Bet Egelhoff

Bet hails from a small town near Barcelona, Spain, and originally came to Crested Butte as an international high school student. After graduating from Colorado State University, she worked as a real estate agent in the fast-paced and competitive Denver market for five years, where she developed the skills and knowledge to help her clients succeed in any market conditions. She then continued to grow her real estate business in Crested Butte and earned her Luxury Homes certification as well as a Resort and Second-Home Property Specialist certification. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Gunnison-Crested Butte Association of Realtors and also guides Gunnison County’s Spanish-speaking population through the homeownership process as a native speaker herself. Bet prides herself on her attention to detail, effective communication, and creative problem-solving skills; and likes to use her marketing eye and social media expertise to benefit her clients. Bet enjoys all the adventure and beauty that is at her fingertips every day living in Crested Butte. You can find her running or biking on the trails, hanging out by a lake or a river, skiing, or playing outside with her husband, their two sons, and their dog.

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Charlie Farnan

The Mountain Office Team

A Colorado native, Charlie graduated from Western Colorado University in Gunnison. He enjoys skiing, golfing, hiking, family, and friends. As a former Director of the Crested Butte Mountain Resort Ski & Snowboard Schools for 15 seasons and on the board of the Mt. Crested Butte Water and Sanitation District for 16 years, Charlie is connected with the community of year-round and part-time residents of the valley. As one of the top-producing brokers in the Crested Butte real estate market for the last thirty-plus years, Charlie is actively engaged with each one of his clients selling and listing homes, land, condominiums, acreage, and businesses. Building a network of relationships is the key to Charlie’s businesses, friendships, family, and life experiences in Crested Butte. Charlie and Joel Vosburg make up the Mountain Office Team, successful long-standing producers – committed to excellence and service.

“Thanks to Charlie’s knowledge of the community and relationships, we found our CB home! We recommend Charlie to everyone for real estate in CB!” — Jeff & Jen F.

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Joel Vosburg

The Mountain Office Team

Joel moved to Crested Butte in 1980 and is a family man with two grown kids born and raised in Crested Butte. Joel is a partner with Charlie Farnan in the Mountain Office, a 30-year market-leading team committed to excellence and service. With a big heart for real estate and community service, he has served as Titan Booster Club President, on the Rotary Club, on the board of Living Journeys, a cancer support group in our community, and was elected to the Mt. Crested Butte Town Council and MET Rec District board. He is also the local coordinator of the annual Emma Coburn Elk Run 5K.

“Joel provides truly tremendous service and has impeccable knowledge about the real estate market in the CB area.” — Mickie B.

“His knowledge and expertise are exceeded only by his sound judgment and wisdom. We trust him, and we value his personal friendship and professional service.” — M. King

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As an industry innovator and seasoned real estate agent, Natalie recognizes and values her clients’ trust in her. She strives every day to exceed their expectations and make every transaction simple and fun.

Natalie’s real estate career began in 2005. Since then, she has been a top-producing agent in Dallas, Texas for over a decade. Real estate is her passion, so it has been a natural evolution to bring her work to Crested Butte, a town she treasures.

She loves all things Crested Butte, the crisp mountain air, beautiful vistas, and incredible community. She is here to make selling or buying a home as exciting as possible because what is more thrilling than owning a piece of paradise?!

“Natalie Hatchett is the consummate professional. Effective, knowledgeable, creative, hardworking, connected, and efficient. She does it all with style, charm, and grace. She knows her market, has a great strategy, and is always responsive. A++.” — The Lisbon Family

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Jenny Knox

Jenny moved to Crested Butte in 1992 from Houston, Texas. Continuing her professional track, she built a highly successful title company, serving as President until selling in 2006 allowing for advanced knowledge of a multitude of subdivisions. She thrives in supporting her clients with multi-faceted expertise to ascertain all transactions are seamless and to deliver superior service. She also has a strong understanding of the highly detailed arena of water rights. Her number one goal is to have happy clients. She spends her spare time giving back to the community by supporting numerous nonprofit organizations, along with hiking, biking, and skiing.

“Jenny’s help and advice were especially valuable because we bought our vacation home sight unseen. Jenny went above and beyond, making multiple trips to check out the home for us, arranging inspections, etc. Jenny also helped to ensure that the contract negotiation, execution, and closing all went more smoothly than we could have imagined. Jenny even continued to help us out after we closed, as we prepared our home for vacation rentals. I highly recommend that you contact Jenny.” — Josh T.

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Lisa arrived in Crested Butte in the winter of 1983/84 in a blizzard and fell in love with the area. Before relocating to Crested Butte, she earned her BA in Communications from the University of Minnesota-Duluth. She has been providing professional real estate services throughout Crested Butte and Gunnison County since 2004. Lisa’s commitment to her clients is to provide exceptional real estate knowledge and services in buying and selling real estate. Her personal real estate experiences include purchasing vacant land, building a custom home, and then selling the home. Lisa is involved in her community and currently serves on the Mt. Crested Butte Planning Commission and previously served on the Board of Directors for the Crested Butte/ Mt. Crested Butte Chamber of Commerce and Gunnison/Crested Butte Association of Realtors. In her spare time, you can find her hanging out in the mountains by way of downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and hiking.

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Jenna May

Jenna’s business acumen, progressive marketing approach, commitment to excellence, and genuine care for her clients have placed her among the top agents in Gunnison County and have helped her achieve the fastest sales growth rate in the history of her brokerage. Jenna was born and raised in Texas and developed a passion for real estate by growing up in a real estate based family. After graduating from The University of Texas, she embarked on a 4,600+ mile bike journey to Alaska to raise money for cancer research. Ultimately, her passion for adventure and travel landed her in Crested Butte, where many of her closest friends have been made through her real estate business and clients. Jenna is honored to have represented the sellers of 101 Pyramid Avenue, one of the highest priced home sales to date in Crested Butte, and is excited to continue providing exceptional service to her clients.

“As a 30-year local resident, I found Jenna knowledgeable not only about the transaction process but also about the local scene. She is well-versed and well-connected.” — David R.

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Originally from the Southeast, Patti learned to ski as a young girl at one of the southernmost ski areas in the US, located in Scaly Mountain, North Carolina. She graduated with honors from the University of Georgia and is proud to be a fourthgeneration bulldog. While managing events at the ski resort for many years, she learned that perseverance, creativity, and flexibility are essential to success. Patti is extremely resourceful and creates an upbeat and engaging experience. Her passion for beautiful mountain properties, innate ability to bring people together, and intimate understanding of the local area help bring her clients’ dreams to life. Patti enjoys Nordic skiing with her dog “Hoss,” volunteering with the Community Foundation of the Gunnison Valley, and exploring the Western Slope with her husband Travis and their son Roc.

“I could not have asked for a better fit than Patti! She’s not only an overall lovely person to work with but is an extremely knowledgeable realtor, and she quickly and accurately answered all questions. When we finally found the right home, Patti skillfully helped us win a bidding war to secure our property. I always felt she was truly looking out for us.” — Molly

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Jordi is passionate about serving his clients, whether looking to find their dream home, invest in property, or helping folks who wish to relocate to this valley as his family did almost 30 years ago. Raised in Crested Butte, Jordi has gained extensive knowledge of the local market. Jordi’s top priority is ensuring clients feel comfortable, confident, and proud of their decision to go with Bluebird for their real estate needs. This is demonstrated through his competent professionalism, energetic personality, and loyal dedication. At the end of the day, Jordi is there for you as your broker and will continue to be there as your friend.

“I have been consistently impressed by Jordi’s integrity, customer service, and performance on the job. His interpersonal and communication skills allow him to excel. Jordi possesses the ultimate “can do” attitude while taking on all tasks with positive energy and a smile. His upbeat personality and engaging personal style enabled him to build a natural rapport with me throughout the process.” — Robin S.

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Dalynn Trujillo

Dalynn is passionate about her family and athletic activities including golf, hunting, and mountain biking. As a youth, she was a nationally-ranked BMX racer! Her clients appreciate her persistence and dedication as well as her fun energy. Dalynn has been selling real estate for 22 years and has lived in Crested Butte for 33 years. While working for Prudential Real Estate, Dalynn won the President’s Circle award 3 years in a row, which is given to the top 7% of the 44,000 real estate agents licensed with Prudential. Now with Bluebird Real Estate, she was also in the top 8% for sales volume in Gunnison County in 2021.

“Dalynn was the best realtor we have worked with in Crested Butte. Not only did she sell 6 new townhomes for us when no other realtor could sell them, but she turned around and sold our mountain home in a matter of a few short months. Her expertise in the area, her willingness to work, and her determination and ethics are unmatched by any other realtor in the area. We would not consider working with anyone else!” — Maureen & Keith G.

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Ross Tunkey

Originally from Miami, Florida, Ross moved to Crested Butte in 2000 and has been working as a licensed Colorado real estate agent in the Gunnison Valley for the past 19 years. He has extensive experience in residential, luxury, commercial, income, and local deed-restricted properties.

Ross’s hobbies and recreational interests include playing music, outdoor adventuring, and being an active member of our community. He has volunteered and worked with various local non-profits including the Adaptive Sports Center, Crested Butte Arts Festival, Mountain High Music Festival, and Tough Enough to Wear Pink.

In 2009 Ross was selected by the Town of Mt. Crested Butte to be the town’s agent for the sale of their newly constructed Prospect Homestead subdivision. An awardwinning Realtor, he has successfully helped many full-time residents and second homeowners alike.

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Cynthia has been involved in real estate her entire life! She even had a real estate license her senior year of high school, as her family owns a well-established brokerage in Houston. After graduating from Tulane, Cynthia attained her law degree from Louisiana State University and handled both residential and commercial real estate transactions. Enjoying life in Crested Butte for over 17 years, Cynthia loves the outdoors, including hiking, skiing, and wildflower tours. She has competed in ten marathons and relays approaching 200 miles. In addition, Cynthia is communityminded. She has served on the Mt. Crested Butte Metropolitan Planning Commission, the board for the Center for the Arts, and she is a current board member of the Community Foundation of the Gunnison Valley. Cynthia has two daughters, one of whom resides in Crested Butte.

“With Cynthia, your dream home will not slip away even in this crazy market. I cannot recommend her enough!” — L.S.

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Bobby Overturf

Bobby, a proud Colorado native, has always been drawn to the beauty of his home state. After growing up in Colorado Springs and pursuing his college education in Denver, he found his true calling in selling real estate in the Gunnison Valley. In 2015, Bobby and his wife made their dream a reality by calling Gunnison home.

With an innate passion for exploration, Bobby enjoys venturing off the beaten path to discover hidden gems within Gunnison County’s public lands. His intimate knowledge of the area, coupled with his understanding of the real estate market and strong community ties, make him an invaluable asset to his clients.

What captivates Bobby about this locale is its abundant opportunities for outdoor exploration. From skiing and biking to hiking, fly fishing, and hunting, the mountain lifestyle here is unparalleled.

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Steve Mills

Steve discovered Crested Butte in 1979 and quickly made it his home and the following year, he established a sporting goods store on Elk Avenue. By 1991, he had shifted his focus to real estate. During his time in Crested Butte, he served as a board member for the inaugural Crested Butte Chamber of Commerce. In 1996, he relocated with his three children to Gunnison, where he still resides today. Since moving to Gunnison, Steve has been actively involved with community service, volunteering at the Gunnison Country Food Pantry and serving on the Cattlemen’s Days board. He has also contributed to the Gunnison/Crested Butte Association of Realtors, serving as president in 2015 and as a board member from 2006 to 2019. Steve is also on the GCAR homebuyer’s assistance committee and acts as a contributor as well. Steve spends his summers pursuing his love for road cycling, hiking, and backpacking, while in the winter months, he can be found on his favorite Nordic ski trails or downhill skiing.

“Our experience selling our home was beyond our expectations and we are thankful for Steve’s tireless efforts.” — David & Jayne

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Brian Cooper

The Brian Cooper Team

With over 15 years of experience, Brian Cooper is the go-to real estate expert in the Gunnison Valley. His extensive knowledge spans residential, investment, and commercial properties coupled with the role as sales and marketing consultant for the area’s largest land development. What sets Brian apart is his client-focused methodology, characterized by honesty and transparency. He’s at the forefront of real estate technology, ensuring swift and professional service. Additionally, he’s broadening his team’s scope by bringing on Chrissy Mitchell as a Sales Associate, aiming to enhance their capabilities and better serve their clients. In his limited free time, Brian enjoys sailing, and traveling with his wife and daughter.

“First and foremost, Brian is a top-notch realtor - he knows his business and the Gunnison Valley market inside and out and every step of the process from his side was smooth. Beyond that, he is an incredible and generous human being. I HIGHLY, HIGHLY recommend Brian.”

— Lori J.

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Chrissy Mitchell

The Brian Cooper Team

Chrissy, an integral member of The Brian Cooper Team, serves as a skilled sales associate. She has extensive sales and marketing experience, specializing in transaction management, strategic marketing, and client relationships. Her academic credentials, including both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Geology, provide invaluable skills to her fast-tracked real estate career in the Gunnison Valley. She has been in the valley for 10 years, cultivating a professional network from her time teaching at Western Colorado University. Chrissy’s unwavering drive, motivation, and passion for helping others excel in the real estate industry make her an essential asset to the continued growth of The Brian Cooper Team. In addition to her thriving real estate career, Chrissy enjoys exploring the backcountry with her husband and three dogs.

“Chrissy has been amazing to work with. She is attentive, professional, and responsive. She has an amazing career ahead of her. I would highly recommend working with her.” — Maggie W.

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Mindy Costanzo, a member of the Gunnison-Crested Butte Realtor Board for 47 years, brings extensive experience in navigating real estate market phases. Since 1977, she has focused on meeting the real estate needs of buyers and sellers in the Gunnison Valley. Over the past decade, Mindy has continued her work with United Country Gunnison County Realty and Auction, and in 2023, she joined Bluebird Real Estate, known for its innovative approach and client-centered philosophy.

Mindy’s journey in the Gunnison Valley began at Western Colorado University, where she graduated in 1975 with a business degree. She raised two children and resides in Gunnison’s Dos Rios community with her dog, Miley, and cat, Star. When not working, she enjoys pickleball, golf, traveling, gardening, and participating in Gunnison County’s recreational activities. Above all, she treasures time with her four grandchildren.

As a long-standing resident and committed broker, Mindy’s career is defined by her dedication to quality service and unmatched professionalism.

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Operations and Marketing Manager to Mindy Costanzo

Meet Erin, a true Colorado native with an unquenchable passion for the great outdoors. For over a decade, she has called Crested Butte and the Gunnison Valley her home, embracing every opportunity to explore the stunning landscapes that surround her. Erin specializes in social media marketing, transaction coordination, and general business operations. She brings with her 12 years of experience in banking holding positions such as Personal Banker, Small Business Specialist, and Mortgage Lender; all with a large national bank.

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Trent has lived in the Gunnison Valley for over 15 years. What started as a plan to “kill a few months” skiing in Colorado after business school has evolved into a family of four with two dogs, an abundance of outdoor adventure, and a career in real estate.

Trent brings a friendly, sincere approach to everything he does and a strong drive to succeed for his clients. His network in this valley runs deep, and he takes pride in knowing who to contact to get things done right. Before real estate, Trent spent over ten years as a professional filmmaker and photographer — skills he still uses to create stunning photos and videos of his client’s listings.

When not helping folks buy and sell properties, he can be found volunteering at one of several local non-profits, fishing for trout, skiing powder, riding singletrack, or exploring the surrounding mountains, usually with his two sons and wife. He is rooted in this community and proud to call the Gunnison Valley home.

“I would recommend Trent in a heartbeat. There are really not enough words to express our satisfaction.” — Stacy H.

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Bluebird Gunnison

Bud and his wife, Nancy, met when they were in high school chemistry class together in Houston, before settling in Dallas to raise their two boys. Bud enjoys everything outdoors, as well as writing music and poetry. He sold real estate and managed several real estate offices in Dallas for nearly thirty years, prior to founding Bluebird. Bud is driven by creative marketing, inspired agents, and happy clients.

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Joe joined Bluebird in 2019 as a sales associate and became a full-time staff member fall 2022. A graduate of Indiana University, Joe’s keen sense of business and marketing acumen allow him to provide a top-level service. Joe’s creative thinking process, detailed market knowledge and an innate desire to help others make Joe an excellent resource. When Joe is not providing the highest level of service, he can be found on the ski slopes, on the golf course, off-roading on a 4x4 trail, on a river or exploring another remote area around the globe!

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Mary moved to the Gunnison Valley to attend Western Colorado University as a Graphic Design major. After graduating, Mary led several mission-based projects for non-profit organizations in Crested Butte and Gunnison, including Gunnison Valley Mentors, Mountain Roots Food Project, and the Adaptive Sports Center. Mary loves to spend time outdoors with friends, skiing, mountain biking, and hiking in her free time. Mary has a strong passion for design and channels her expertise toward progressing Bluebird’s exceptional marketing and brand awareness. She believes that outstanding design can cultivate meaningful connections among agents, clients, and our community, creating an impactful experience for all.

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Emma, a fourth-generation Colorado native, has called Gunnison County home for the past two decades, initially discovering the area while attending Western Colorado University in 2004. Since then, she has forged deep ties within the community and embraced the vast expanse of our region’s public lands. Emma has embarked on various entrepreneurial ventures, leveraging her expertise in design and marketing honed through her Graphic Design degree. Her most recent role involved working as a resort graphic designer for a local branch of an international real estate brokerage.

Emma loves spending her free time with family and friends, hiking, rafting, camping, biking, and skiing. Some of her most recent memorable experiences include navigating slot canyons in the Utah desert and exploring the headwaters of the Rio Grande in an inflatable kayak.

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Enjoy previewing Bluebird’s listing portfolio and picture yourself taking in the views from one of these spectacular properties! From tranquil ranches to ski condominiums and premier mountain estates, Bluebird delights in “bringing dreams home” for you! See more photos and complete property details at

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featured properties
28 Kokanee Lane, Mt. Crested Butte, 6 Beds, 8 Baths, 7,007 SF Home, 890 SF Garage, Direct groomed ski-in/ski-out to Crested Butte Mountain Resort, Jaw-dropping unobstructed protected views of Gothic Mountain and the East River Valley, Borders National Forest, Offered for $12,500,000, Charlie Farnan, 970.209.0609

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42 Gold Link Drive, Mt. Crested Butte, 5 Beds, 5.5 Baths, 5,974 SF, 2+ Car Garage, 1.16 Acres, Ideal for entertaining, Large windows frame this home’s magnificent mountain views, Move-in ready and fully furnished with timeless and classic décor, Offered for $7,500,000, Charlie and Joel, The Mountain Office
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59 Summit Road, Mt. Crested Butte, 6 Beds, 7.5 Baths, 6,382 SF, 2 Car Garage, A premier ski-in/ski-out retreat at Crested Butte Mountain Resort, Offering luxury and comfort, Enjoy year-round views of the resort, West Elk Mountains, and Crested Butte, Ensuite bathrooms, Multiple living areas, Offered for $6,185,000, Karen Allen, 970.209.2668 8 Glacier Lily Way, Rural Crested Butte, 5 Beds, 5 Baths, 4,765 SF Home, 832 SF Garage, 1.38 Acres, Top of Glacier Lily subdivision with endless down valley views and incredible views of Crested Butte Mountain, Offered for $5,250,000, Charlie Farnan, 970.209.0609
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516 Teocalli Avenue, Town of Crested Butte, 5 Beds, 4.5 Baths, 3,163 SF, 2 Car Garage, Brand new build, Walking distance to Elk Avenue, Offered for $5,225,000, Joel Vosburg, 970.209.1581 312 N Avion Drive, Buckhorn Ranch, Rural Crested Butte, 4 Beds, 4 Full + 2 Half Baths, 3,904 SF Main residence, The first offering of its kind in Crested Butte! Located
“beachfront” at the Crested Butte Airpark, This 1.69 acre runway lot features a custom-crafted high-mountain home, Taxi off the runway onto your 9,500 SF concrete aircraft ramp where you’ll enter the 3,233 SF hangar complete with pilot’s quarters, Quality finishes, Expansive views, Offered for
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30 Summit Road, Mt. Crested Butte, 5 Beds, 4.5 Baths, 4,428 SF, 2 Car Garage, Skiin/out neighborhood, Short walk to the slopes and hiking trails, Fully furnished, 360 ° Views of the surrounding peaks, Offered for $3,995,000, Joel Vosburg, 970.209.1581 23 Jacquelyn Lane, Rural Crested Butte, Main House: 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 2,092 SF, 2 Car Garage + 2,092 SF To Finish Out, Guest House: 2 Beds, 1 Bath, 1,061 SF, 3 Car Garage , East River frontage, Offered for $2,900,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880 85 Vista Court, Skyland, Rural Crested Butte, 4 Beds, 3.5 Baths, 2,904 SF, 2 Car Garage, Overlooks the Slate River, New interior paint, New carpet, Landscaping updates, Unfinished basement, Offered for $2,800,000, Bet Egelhoff, 970.306.5556 324 N Avion Drive, Buckhorn Ranch, Rural Crested Butte, 4 Beds, 3 Baths, 4,774 SF, 2 Car Garage, Full length deck, Custom-built, Runway frontage at the CB Airpark, Dual living areas, Workshop, Offered for $3,500,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880
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117 Sopris Avenue, Town of Crested Butte, 5 Beds, 4 Baths, 2,160 SF, Located just 1 block from the vibrant shopping and dining options of Elk Avenue, Surrounded by a beautiful yard and mature trees, Offered for $1,900,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880 63 Kubler Street, Crested Butte South, 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,359 SF, Adorable log home on a quiet street with views of the iconic peaks, Furnishings included, Spacious second floor deck , Offered for $993,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880 221 E Avenue, Irwin Townsite, 2 Beds, 1 Bath, 1,832 SF, 1.15 Acres, Blending rustic charm with contemporary finishes, Just steps from scenic Lake Irwin and 7 miles from Downtown Crested Butte, Offered for $950,000, Trent Bona, 970.901.5264 101 E Silver Sage Drive, Rural Crested Butte, 3 Beds, 2.5 Baths, 2,707 SF, 2 Car Garage, Slate River fishing access, Chef’s kitchen , Offered for $1,975,500, Lisa Lenander, 970.209.1603 55 Paradise Road, Mt. Crested Butte, 3 Beds, 2.5 Baths, 2,153 SF, 2 Car Garage, Picturesque views, Built with the focus on having a view from every window, Expansive outdoor decks, Offered for $1,969,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880 93 Meridian Lake Drive, Meridian Lake Park, Rural Crested Butte, 3 Beds, 3 Baths, 1,708 SF, 1 Car Garage, Floor to ceiling windows, Extensive updates include: kitchen, bath, flooring, and spacious deck , Offered for $1,850,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880

crested butte area condos and townhomes

14 Hunter Hill Road, WestWall Lodge #A307, Mt. Crested Butte, 3 Beds, 3.5 Baths, 2,060 SF, 1 Underground Garage Space, Ski-in/ski-out access via the WestWall Lift, Outdoor pool and hot tub, Offered for $3,900,000, Jana Barrett, 970.209.9510

23 Links Lane, Links #23, Skyland, Rural Crested Butte, 3 Beds, 3.5 Baths, 2,366 SF, 1 Car Garage, Furnished and immaculately maintained, Offered for $1,775,000, Charlie Farnan, 970.209.0609


17 Hunter Hill Road, Hawk’s Nest #2, Mt. Crested Butte, 3 Beds, 3.5


2 Car Spacious Garage, Across the street from the WestWall ski lift, Covered balcony, Open floor plan, Big views, Offered for $2,200,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880

32 St Andrew’s Circle, Skyland, Rural Crested Butte, 3 Beds, 2.5 Baths, 1,762 SF, 3 Story condo with a great layout and garage, Low HOA fees and a small HOA, Offered for $1,750,000, Diane Aronovic, 970.209.0405



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Elcho Avenue, Unit A, Crested Butte South, Beds, 3.5 Baths, 1,826 SF, 1 Car Heated Garage, Modern design, Convenient location, Private yard, Offered for $1,150,000, The Brian Cooper Team, 970.275.8022 Snowmass Condos #331, Mt. Crested Butte, Beds, Baths, 1,046 SF, 1 Car Garage, Walk to ski slopes, Front door is steps from outdoor hot tub, Offered for $850,000, Joel Vosburg, 970.209.1581 6 Emmons Road, The Grand Lodge, Units #411 & #413, Mt. Crested Butte, Both units are studios with 1 bath, Option to purchase 1 for $225,000, or both units for $450,000 Joel Vosburg, 970.209.1581 Snowmass Road, Mt. Crested Butte, 4 Beds, 3.5 Baths, 2,486 SF, 1 Car Garage, Primary suite includes vaulted ceilings, gas fireplace and jacuzzi tub, Offered for $1,729,000, Lisa Lenander, Baths, SF,

crested butte area land

Augusta Park, Town of Crested Butte, 6 Oversized town lots, 0.20 to 0.22 Acre with their own HOA, Starting at $1,195,000, Charlie and Joel, The Mountain Office

455 Phoenix Way, Smith Hill Ranches, Rural Crested Butte, 35.13 Acres, Views of the Slate River Valley, Level build site, Offered for $2,100,000, Charlie Farnan, 970.209.0609

158 Clark Way, Crested Butte South, 44.34 Acres, 600+ feet of Cement Creek frontage, Access to National Forest, Offered for $2,200,000, Steve Mills, 970.596.0292

231 Pyramid Avenue, Aperture, Crested Butte, 0.32 Acre, Subdivision has fishing and boating rights on the Slate River, Neighborhood gazebo on river, Walk to town, Offered for $2,000,000, Diane Aronovic, 970.209.0405

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5 Aperture Lane, Aperture, Crested Butte, 0.5 Acre, Easy access to town, Level build site, Several subdivision amenities, 2.5 Miles to CBMR, Offered for $1,950,000, Charlie and Joel, The Mountain Office 565 Saddle Ridge Ranch Road, Rural Crested Butte, 2.47 Acres, Top of the world views, Driveway and building plans approved, Bordered by open space, Offered for $1,790,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880 794 Red Mountain Ranch Lower Loop, Rural Crested Butte, 35.69 Acres, Driveway in place, Expansive views to the north from the private building site, Offered for $995,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880 530 Phoenix Way, Smith Hill Ranches #8, Rural Crested Butte, 35.95 Acres, Views of the Slate River Valley, Surrounded by trees, Total privacy, Offered for $1,950,000, Joel Vosburg, 970.209.1581

49 Willow Court, Skyland, Rural Crested Butte, 0 .32 Acre, Rare Slate River homesite located on a quiet culde-sac, Big views, Close to town, Offered for $995,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880

1250 Red Mountain Ranch Upper Loop, Rural Crested Butte, 40.52 Acres, Well and partial driveway installed, Beautiful mountain views from the private building site, Offered for $849,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880

41 Whetstone Road, Mt. Crested Butte, 0.78 Acre, Elevated views, Walk to CBMR, rec path, and expansive outdoor trail systems, No HOA, Offered for $815,000, Jenna May, 970.901.3601

168 W Silver Sage Drive, Rural Crested Butte, 0.82 Acre, Nestled in between the Robert Trent Jones II golf course and the Slate River, 360° Views, Offered for $899,999, Lisa Lenander, 970.209.1603

92 Anthracite Drive, Lot 44, Elk Run Subdivision, Mt. Crested Butte, 0.48 Acre, Building site with architectural plans available, Ski-in/ski-out neighborhood, Great views, Offered for $845,000, Joel Vosburg, 970.209.1581

TBD Hwy 135, Crested Butte, 3.31 Acres, Two miles from Town of Crested Butte, No HOA, subdivision or covenants, Unobstructed views in all directions, Offered for $750,000, Ross Tunkey, 970.209.9046

1251 Red Mountain Ranch Lower Loop, Rural Crested Butte, 35.10 Acres, Surrounded by mature pine trees, Picture perfect view of CB Mtn., Partial driveway installed, Offered for $895,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880

1 Summit Court, Mt. Crested Butte, 0.76 Acre, Topof-the-world forever views and direct access to the ski area from this spectacular fence-line lot, Offered for $825,000, Ross Tunkey, 970.209.9046

Lane Lots 2 and 3, Gold Link North, Mt. Crested Butte, Each lot ranges from 0.34-0.41 acre, Direct ski-in, Close to ski lift, Elevated views, Starting at $700,000, Charlie and Joel, The Mountain Office

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555 Meadow Drive, Meridian Lake Meadows, Rural Crested Butte, 1.21 Acres, Borders the National Forest, Water/sewer tap paid, Offered for $699,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880

67 Castle Rock Court, Meridian Lake Meadows, Rural Crested Butte, 1 Acre homesite on a quiet cul-desac, Expansive views, Easy access to hiking/biking trails, Offered for $599,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880

719 Red Mountain Ranch Road, Rural Crested Butte, 35.1 Acres, Views of East River Valley, Pond on property, Defined building envelope, Offered for $675,000, The Brian Cooper Team, 970.275.8022

410 Country Club Drive, Skyland, Rural Crested Butte, 0.66 Acre, Located in the Skyland neighborhood, Hillside lot with big views, Convenient to hiking/biking trails, Offered for $450,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880

901 Red Mountain Road, Danni Ranch, Rural Crested Butte, 47.29 Acres, Panoramic views from building site, Fishing on the East River, On-site Ranch Manager, Offered for $400,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880

726 Lariat Road, Danni Ranch, Rural Crested Butte, 39.38 Acres, Includes a flat building envelope nestled in a small aspen grove, Offered for $625,000, Trevor Bona, 970.319.5092

8 Aspen Lane, Mt. Crested Butte, 0.49 Acre, Short walk to Gold Link Homeowner’s Ski Trail for winter skiing and summer hiking/biking, Offered for $433,000, Jordi Sendra, 970.713.9977

TBD Round Mountain Road, Jacks Cabin Area, Best price for 35+ acres in North Valley, Easy access to National Forest, Building design subject to Gunnison County, Offered for $399,000, Jenna May, 970.901.3601

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161 White Stallion Circle, Buckhorn Ranch, Rural Crested Butte, 0.17 Acre, 5 Minute drive to town, Convenient access to some of the best trails in the valley, Offered for $299,000, Jordi Sendra, 970.713.9977 Floyd Avenue, Crested Butte South, 0.34 Acre, Level building site on a paved road in the flat area of CB South, Enjoy Crested Butte Mountain and north valley views, Offered for $295,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880 35 Appaloosa Lane, Buckhorn Ranch, Rural Crested Butte, 0.16 Acre, Ready to build your dream home, 360° views of the surrounding mountains, Offered for $310,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880 2646 Bryant Avenue, Crested Butte South, 0.33 Acre, Enjoy big views of the iconic peaks surrounding Crested Butte from this elevated building site, Offered for $224,500, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880 3726 Bryant Avenue, Crested Butte South, 0.35 Acre, Slightly elevated parcel in CB South offers protected mountain views in all directions, Offered for $225,000, Ross Tunkey, 970.209.9046 34 Appaloosa Lane, Buckhorn Ranch, Rural Crested Butte, 0.17 Acre, Build your mountain home on this level lot with mountain views, Easy access to recreation, Offered for $289,000, Bet Egelhoff, 970.306.5556 Anderson Drive, Crested Butte South, 0.33 Acre, Adjacent to open space, Unobstructed views, Quiet culde-sac location in the upper neighborhood of CB South, Offered for $329,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880 Huckeby Way, Crested Butte South, 0.5 Acre, Oversized building site that will nicely accommodate a duplex or single family home, Offered for $310,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880
338 Meridian Lake Drive, Meridian Lake Park, Rural Crested Butte, 0.33 Acre, Expansive down valley views from this beautiful homesite, Offered for $325,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880

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SF, 40.17 Acres, Unique property consisting of two custom,
5 acres, plus additional 35-acre building site with views of the Anthracites and Carbon Peak, County zoning, Ohio Creek frontage, Water rights, Historic deeded commercial access easement into the West Elk Wilderness, Offered for $2,999,999, Jana Barrett, 970.209.9510
14255 County Road 730, Rockin’ 3AR Ranch, Ohio Creek Valley, Rural Gunnison, 3 Beds, 3 Baths,
log residences (1
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43110 US Highway 50, Gunnison Ranch, 87 +/- Acres operational ranch with senior water rights, 3 Bed, 3 Bath Luxury Residence, 2 Bed Guest House, Private Tomichi Creek access and sweeping views of the Gunnison Valley, 3 Miles to Downtown Gunnison, Homestead offers barns, shop space, storage and corrals, A complete turnkey ranch or equestrian facility, Offered for $2,900,000, The Brian Cooper Team, 970.275.8022 710 Hawk Drive, Star Mountain Ranch, Gunnison, 3 Beds + Office, 3.5 Baths, 3,435 SF, 3 Car Garage, 35.07 Acres, Beautiful custom built home, Breathtaking views in every direction, Offered for $2,150,000, The Brian Cooper Team, 970.275.8022 663 CR 24 UU, Rural Gunnison, 6 Beds, 4.25 Baths, 6,000 SF, 160 Acres in holding, Surrounded by Gunnison NF, 3 Dwellings plus 2 large blogs, Needle Creek runs through, Hunting and fishing, Offered for $1,995,000, Mindy Costanzo, 970.209.2300
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340 Tomichi Trail, Dos Rios Back 9, Gunnison, 4 Beds, 3.5 Baths, 3,032 SF, 0.31 Acre, Custom built in 2017, Stunning golf course and mountain views, Huge windows, Wood flooring, Walk-in closets, Offered for $1,750,000, Mindy Costanzo, 970.209.2300 266 Tomichi Trail, Dos Rios, Gunnison, 3 Beds, 2.5 Baths, 2,104 SF, 2 Car Garage, Located on the Back Nine of the Dos Rios Golf course, Paved front driveway, Private back deck surrounded trees, Offered for $1,100,000, Mindy Costanzo, 970.209.2300 196 Mohawk Trail, Wilderness Streams, Rural Gunnison, 6 Beds, 2.5 Baths, 2,527 SF, 6.46 Acres, 22 Miles north of Gunnison, Mountain views including the Castles! Private fishing, Wilderness access, Offered for $1,500,000, Mindy Costanzo, 970.209.2300 70 Montbello Road, Dos Rios, Gunnison, 4 Beds, 3 Baths, 2,683 SF, 3 Car Garage, 2.16 Acres, On the Gunnison River, Cart path to golf course, Expansive lawn, Offered for $1,700,000, The Brian Cooper Team, 970.275.8022
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10178 State Highway 114, Rural Gunnison, 2 Beds, 2 Baths, 2,324 SF, 20 Acres, Hunting access, Cochatope Creek runs through property, Surrounded by wildlife, Offered for $1,095,000, Steve Mills, 970.596.0292 30 Osage Trail, Wilderness Streams, Rural Gunnison, 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 2,220 SF, 2.89 Acres, Castle, Carbon and Anthracite views, Private access into National Forest with access to hiking, hunting and fishing, Offered for $889,000, Jana Barrett, 970.209.9510 701 Andrew Lane, Gunnison, 3 Beds, 2.5 Baths, 2,215 SF, Attached garage on paved cul-de-sac, Near schools and shopping, Large fenced backyard with greenhouse, patio and shed, Easy flowing floorplan, Offered for $795,000, Mindy Costanzo, 970.209.2300 518 E Georgia Avenue, Gunnison, 5 Rental Units, 6 Beds, 5 Baths, 3,841 SF, 1 Car Garage, Historic Victorian on the corner lot adjacent to Western Colorado University, Great investment opportunity, Offered for $950,000, The Brian Cooper Team, 970.275.8022

31710 State Hwy 149, Rural Gunnison, 4 Beds, 3 Baths, 1,246 SF, 2 Car Garage, 32 Acres, Large shop space, Bordered by National Forest and BLM land, Offered for $769,000, Mindy Costanzo, 970.209.2300

620 W New York Avenue, Gunnison, 4 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,927 SF, 1 Car Garage, In town living, Private backyard, Renovated throughout, Offered for $685,000, The Brian Cooper Team, 970.275.8022

423 N Spruce Street, Gunnison, 3 Beds, 1 Bath, 1,132 SF, 2 Car Oversized Garage, Recently renovated, Corner lot, Convenient in town location, Offered for $525,000, The Brian Cooper Team, 970.275.8022

610 W Tomichi Avenue, Gunnison, 2 Beds, 1.5 Baths, 1,261 SF Home, Opportunity for residential and commercial, Hwy 50 visibility, 20ft x 30ft Shop, Offered for $750,000, The Brian Cooper Team, 970.275.8022

612 N 11th


2.5 Baths, 1,728 SF, Heated 2 Car Garage, Detached 1 Car Garage, Close to schools, Offered for $645,000, The Brian Cooper Team, 970.275.8022

203 S Boulevard Street, Gunnison, Home 1: 2 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,176 SF, Home 2: 2 Beds, 1 Bath, 600 SF, 2 Income producing homes on a corner lot , Offered for $499,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880

199 E Vine Street, Lake City, 2+ Beds, 2 Baths, 1,890 SF, 2 Car Oversized Garage, Tastefully renovated home on a treed lot across the street from the river, Offered for $715,000, Jana Barrett, 970.209.9510

828 CR 20, Rural Gunnison, Rustic cabin and 4 mobile homes located on Steuben Creek, 1,200 SF Shop, 1.243 Acres , Offered for $625,000, The


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Street, Unit B, Gunnison, Beds, Brian Cooper Team, 51513 US Highway 50, Rural Gunnison, Log cabin with year-round access, Built in 1911, 11 Miles east of Gunnison, Newly updated roof, Perfect for seasonal RV parking, Offered for $98,500, Steve Mills, 970.596.0292

gunnison and surrounding area land

Gunnison Rising, Phase 1 Commercial Park, 4 Lots ranging from 2.37-3.1 acres with future offerings to come, Gunnison Rising is the place to live, work, and play in a saf e, walkable environment, It’s an escape from big city living, offering the opportunity to exhale and breathe in fresh, mountain air in a small-town environment with all the amenities to support a lifestyle most people only dream about, Lots starting at $950,000, The Brian Cooper Team, 970.275.8022

TBD W Denver Avenue, Gunnison, 27 Acres, Adjacent to the City of Gunnison, 1,300 feet of river frontage with development opportunity, Offered for $1,750,000, The Brian Cooper Team, 970.275.8022

TBD Castle Drive, Star Mtn. Ranch Homesite #13, Rural Gunnison, 36.2 Acres, Fishing and hunting on 350 acres of common area, Gated access, Offered for $550,000, Jana Barrett, 970.209.9510


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810 CR 17, Rural Gunnison, 40 Acres, Riding arena, Well and power installed, No HOA, Perimeter fencing, Level building site, Offered for $549,000, The Brian Cooper Team, 970.275.8022 14111 26, Rural Gunnison, 35.11 Acres, 23 Miles west of Gunnison, Nestled above Blue Mesa Reservoir with stunning 360° views including the Dillon Pinnacles, Offered for $500,000, Mindy Costanzo, 970.209.2300 44901 Deer Play Run, Saguache County, 35.43 Acres, Panoramic views in all directions from build site, Offered for $499,000, The Brian Cooper Team, 970.275.8022, Bobby Overturf, 719.216.2524 32 Bench Road, Green Mesa Ranch, Parlin, 12.4 Acres, Year-round access, On Quartz Creek, Private fishing, Near Fossil Ridge Wilderness Area, Electric installed, Offered for $550,000, Mindy Costanzo, 970.209.2300

255 Riverwalk Drive, Riverwalk Estates, Gunnison, 1.79 Acres, On the river, Fishing access, Public transportation to CB, Offered for $470,000, Steve Mills, 970.596.0292

6 Alpine Vista Court, Lake City, 3.88 Acres, Boarders BLM, Private subdivision, Driveway, Well and electric, Offered for $275,000, The Brian Cooper Team, 970.275.8022, Bobby Overturf, 719.216.2524

405 Sequoia Drive, Lot 37 and 39, Rural Gunnison, 2.5 Acres combined, 15 Minutes from Downtown Gunnison, Exceptional views, Each Offered for $125,000, Mindy Costanzo, 970.209.2300

120 Tomichi Creek Loop, Gunnison, 1.23 Acres, Dos Rios Golf Club gated community, Tomichi Creek in backyard for private fishing, Underground utility ready, Offered for $399,000, Mindy Costanzo, 970.209.2300

30 Caddis Fly Lane, Riverwalk Estates, Gunnison, 1.12 Acres, A perfect spot to build your dream home, Trails and fishing on the Gunnison River, Offered for $265,000, The Brian Cooper Team, 970.275.8022

TBD CR 17, Gunnison, 11.57 Acres with existing driveway to a flat building site with sprawling valley views, Offered for $115,000, The

205 Spring Meadows Trail, Spring Meadows, Gunnison, 1 Acre, Level building site with Ohio Creek frontage, 360° Views of the iconic peaks, Offered for $335,000, Maggie Dethloff, 970.209.7880

TBD CR 864A, Cimarron, 32.02 Acres, Touches BLM on two sides with National Forest down the road, Great hunting, Perfect place to build your off-grid cabin, Offered for $249,000, Bobby Overturf, 719.216.2524

BLM 3145A Road, Rural Gunnison, 10.33 Acres, 35 Minutes to Gunnison, Seasonal access, Partially fenced, Private and secluded, Offered for $67,500, Bobby Overturf, 719.216.2524

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of Crested Butte, Possible condominiumization opportunity with this multi-use building, Offering 3 commercial units below and 3 deed restricted residential units above, Offered for $3,000,000, Jana Barrett, 970.209.9510
5,400 SF Commercial building located in a visible area on Main St., Multiple finished offices, Reception, Secured storage lot, Building only offered, Business not included, Offered for $1,350,000, The Brian Cooper Team, 970.275.8022
309 Belleview
811 N Main Street, Gunnison,
Brian Cooper Team, 970.275.8022 TBD

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