Avon/Beaver Creek

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 AVON/BEAVER CREEK
elevation 7,430ft

Early English immigrants named the town Avon because the area reminded them of their homeland’s Avon River Valley…or so the story goes. The Town of Avon was incorporated in 1978 and continues to revere its ranching and agricultural heritage, and founding families while growing its reputation as the commercial hub in the heart of the valley. Avon offers big store and specialty shopping, housing, recreation, and lodging in all price ranges. Dramatic public sculptures – most in bronze – punctuate the mountain views in Avon. – (eaglecounty.us)


2010 Population: 

  • Avon – 6,447
  • Eagle CO – 52,197

Size:

  • 8 square miles

Build-out population projections:

  • Avon  – 20,050 residents
  • Eagle County – 100,000+ residents

County Growth & Population:

  • 25% growth between 2000 and 2010
  • 52,197 people in 2010

Lodging:

  • 843 Timeshares/Accommodation units

Residents:

  • Average household size – 2.78
  • Average age – 31
  • 47% Homeownership
  • $83,700 Median annual household income (Eagle, CO)

*information from avon.org


Median prices (2012):

  • Median gross rent in 2012: $1,246 per month
  • Detached houses: $752,794
  • Townhouses/Duplexes: $505,383
  • Multi-unit structures: $244,631

Eagle County Highlights from Land Title Guarantee Co. 

  • Median Residential Price up 7.84% from Q3 LY numbers
  • Gross Sales Volume down 9.38% from LY numbers
  • Average Residential Price up 6.08% from Q3 LY numbers
  • Real Estate Transactions down 8.13% from Q3 LY numbers
  • Buyer Profile: 57.09% Local, 14.95% Front Range, 26.92% Out-of-State, 1.04% International
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