The phrase "dream big" comes to mind when looking at this incredible estate in Cedaredge, Colorado. 

Today we will look at a fantastic home for sale that includes an inground pool and hot tub, and even a second house overlooking the Grand Mesa. 

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Take a Look at What Cedaredge, Colorado Has To Offer

The community of Cedaredge sits about 54 miles down the road from Grand Junction. It's about 1 hour of travel time to get there. You'll find Cedaredge in the Surface Creek Valley beyond the southern slope of Grand Mesa. Cedaredge is home to the Pioneer Museum, Stoney Mesa Winery, The Apple Shed, The Grand Mesa scenic byway, the Winery at Cedar Farms (temporarily closed), and the Colorado gold distillery (temporarily closed), and Altitude Adventures. 

Things to do in Cedaredge, Colorado

Walk Main Street and you'll encounter antiques, the rodeo grounds, along with one of the biggest ice cream cones found on earth. The wineries here are happy to let you sample so be sure to stop and have a look. Check out Red Mountain Ranches and ask about the Snow-Capped Hard Cider. The Cedaredge Apple Fest is always a fun family event, and the area is famous for its 18-hole golf course. 

See Inside the Grand Mesa Estate in Cedaredge

The estate we will see today in Cedaredge actually comes with TWO houses. You'll get to enjoy an inground pool, a hot tub, a game room, and over 100 acres of amazing Colorado land to call home. Let's go!

Cedaredge Colorado Home Offers Amazing Views of the Grand Mesa

This beautiful estate in Cedaredge comes with two houses that sit on over 100 acres and include an amazing view of the Grand Mesa you can enjoy from the pool.

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