Tomichi Creek Subdivision is an ideal spot for homebuyers seeking a quiet location in a pristine environment with an abundance of year-round recreational opportunities. This gated, custom-home community built above the banks of the Tomichi Creek in Gunnison Valley is surrounded by West Elk Mountains, Dos Rios Golf Club, Hartman Rocks Recreation Area, and a working cattle ranch.
Denver-based Schossow Group at Compass recently purchased the Tomichi Creek development, which has 10 of 20 home sites, ranging from one-third to one acre, available. The community is located six minutes from the town of Gunnison for shopping, dining, and local festivities such as rodeos and carnivals. The property offers breathtaking views of the West Elk Mountains, expansive open space, and an adjacent cattle ranch. Centering the subdivision is a well-stocked fishing pond complete with a cascading waterfall. Across the road, Dos Rios Golf Club is easily accessed by foot or golf cart.
Homes are built by Mark Lucas Construction, a contractor that has been building in Gunnison Valley for more than 30 years. The efficiently built, mountain-modern homes feature radiant heat and fireplaces. Open floorplans range from 2,500 to 4,000 square feet, and homeowners can choose complementary finishes that often include natural woods and exposed timbers.
Gunnison Valley is a natural draw for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages, with activities ranging from fly fishing to mountain biking. Anglers on Tomichi Creek are often rewarded with large brown and rainbow trout. Blue Mesa Reservoir is a nearby destination for fishing, boating, camping, and other water sports. Hartman Rocks Recreation Area showcases 14,000 acres of open space and is open year-round for a multitude of outdoor activities. For world-class alpine skiing, Crested Butte is a 45-minute drive.
From Denver, the property is a three-and-a-half-hour drive or an hour flight to the Gunnison-Crested Butte Regional Airport.