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Sedalia, Colorado is a historic town south of the Denver Metro area. This town provides residents and visitors with the best of both worlds with picturesque views and a quiet mountain life, Sedalia is the definition of living in rural Colorado. Just a quick drive from the Pike National Forest and other state parks, living in Sedalia, CO is a dream come true for nature enthusiasts.

Continue to read to find all there is to know about living in Sedalia, CO.

Sedalia Homes for Sale May 23, 2024
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$511.77
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$1,464,500
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What Home Styles are in Sedalia, CO? 

Sedalia is a relaxed mountain town and many of its homes reflect the atmosphere. A majority of the homes are large and spacious, with many large windows for wonderful views. There are many log cabin-style homes or wood homes to match the rustic scenery. Some homes in the Sedalia neighborhoods are smaller and conform to the rugged rural landscape and wood setting. Many properties are equipped with several acres of land attached for a secluded feel with options for landscaping, hiking, or large animal housing next to your property.

What Makes Sedalia Unique?

Sedalia is a unique historic town that was built mostly in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The historic setting remains in the town with the wood architecture of old-style buildings reminiscent of the old West and gold mining towns. The basic home-style all-American cooking offered in the many restaurants with traditional bacon and eggs breakfast keeps with the simplicity of the mountain town. There are a handful of ranches that are dedicated to horseback riding and fishing for travelers or locals.

Dining 

Gabriel's Restaurant 

This fine dining restaurant offers its guests two dining experiences in the historic town of Sedalia. From the dining experiences, you can choose the Old House 3-Course Reservation and Bistro Patio-Bar Reservation. Gabriel's Restaurant is a perfect venue for all occasions—a romantic night out on the town, a special event, a wedding, or a business gathering, this restaurant has you covered. The Old House Reservation is an elegant multi-course dining menu in the historic Manhart House, while The Bistro Patio-Bar is the casual side serving an a. la carte menu in the bar area and the patio.

Wide Open Saloon 

This restaurant is full of striking panoramic mountain views, and live entertainment nearly every day of the week, making for the perfect location to hang out and grab a good hearty meal. The upscale comfort food at the Wide Open Saloon is for every craving, offering an eclectic mix of elevated food and drinks—from wood-fired pizzas and world-famous BBQ and a wide selection of draft beer, craft cocktails, and more, there is something to please every palate.

Activities 

Royal Gorge Route Railroad 

The Royal Gorge Route Railroad offers up to four departures daily throughout the year. Here, many dining options offer a breakfast train, lunch train, and dinner train. This heritage railroad takes visitors on a 2-hour trip through the steep-sided Royal Gorge.

Castlewood Canyon State Park 

This expansive park has hiking trails, rock climbing walls, wildlife viewing opportunities, and more. Nature lovers and groups can enjoy environmental diversity on several hiking trails ranging from mild to moderate in the Castlewood Canyon State ParkThe winding Cherry Creek flows along the canyon floor and provides wonderful rest stops.

Is There Good Education in Sedalia, CO?

Sedalia houses an elementary school in town meaning less commuting time for local students who will be educated there. The elementary school has smaller class sizes, dedicated teachers, and is considered to be incredibly community-orientated. From there, students would most likely attend school at the nearby Castlerock, CO middle and high schools. Both are excellent and have shining reputations in the area.

Elementary School: Sedalia Elementary School 

Middle School: Castle Rock Middle School 

High School: Castle View High School 

What are the Best Ways to Enjoy Sedalia, CO? 

Living in Sedalia offers its residents and visitors tons of outdoor fun as well as some indoor local activities. From popular historical landmarks worth setting the time aside to tour to biking and hiking trails full of Colorado scenery.

Cherokee Castle and Ranch

This stunning historic castle is built of stone and filled with antique furniture and artwork. At Cherokee Castle and Ranch tours are held regularly, as well as Traditional English teas held occasionally and some special gatherings held throughout the year. The wildlife preserve on the property is an excellent place to see elk and other wildlife.

Jackson Creek Loop 

The Jackson Creek Loop is a mountain biking trail on old and rugged mining roads, offering a great way to see the scenery without having to walk. The Devil's Head Fire Lookout offers great hiking trails and amazing views of the Colorado town.

Is Sedalia Right for You?

If you long for the great outdoors after a long day in the office to relax and look forward to weekends when you can camp, hike, bike, and view wildlife, Sedalia is where you need to be. The city accommodations of Denver are close so you don't have to give up the best of metropolitan living, from airports to shopping and entertainment. If you desire proximity to the Denver Metropolitan area in a rustic, private recreation, then Sedalia is the place to be. Living here offers the chance to experience the beauty of the mountains every day from the quiet of your own home. Contact your Sedalia Realtor with Steller Real Estate today!

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