Residential Vacant Lots for Sale in Basalt
Basalt is just down highway 82 from Aspen. It has experienced development and growth on the west side of the river. The Gold Medal waters on the way to Ruedi Reservoir, and the extensive farm to table scene in the area make it invaluable to protect the environment as the community builds and grows.
Be sure to see the Basalt City Council’s website here.
Information on building can be found here. There is a wealth of information here such as construction in areas of wildlife hazard, covid business safety plan requirements and the permit applications.
Any new member of the community should check out Basalt’s guidelines on water.
Chapter 18 of Basalt’s municipal code relates to construction.
County lines cut through Basalt, so you may find yourself in Eagle County or Pitkin County and that can have an impact on your transfer tax at the closing table.
Become familiar with the various neighborhoods of Basalt, here.
This book covers the basic areas of Basalt.
Basalt’s Chamber of Commerce site is a must for a person thinking of joining the business community.
Read more about Willits Town Center here.
This article is about the Pan and Fork project which is what you see on the right when you drive into town on 2 rivers road from north to south.
The Sopris Sun covers 7 other development projects in Basalt in this article.
In consequence of these developments, there will be greater environmental protection for the flood plain, greater cultural offerings with The Arts Center at Willits, the Tree Farm project still waiting to overcome some opposition, a new medical facility, teacher housing, a daycare center, and more. More commercial and restaurant space, more mini storage, and more housing overall.
Basalt is growing. Do you want to live there? I can match you with the right Basalt property for you.
Do you have property to sell in or around Basalt, Colorado? I enjoy being present there. My snapshots of Basalt convey to potential buyers just how amazing this mountain community is.