Zip Code: 80135
Sedalia Colorado is one of those unassuming places where if you sneeze while driving you might miss it. Sedalia, Colorado Travelers, cyclists, bikers, recreational folks alike find Sedalia to be a welcome country oasis, not to be missed.
The quaint town is rich in history and architecture. Stemming from western pioneer days, when the General Store was owned by the Manhart Family of 15, the area grew from the lumber industry in the Pike Forest. The rail line conveniently served for shipping the lumber, thus the town thrived.
Gabriels in Sedalia, ColoradoToday the General Store is now a popular destination restaurant known as Gabriel’s Italian Dining. Diners come from far and near to enjoy the charming setting and outstanding cuisine. Passerby’s can hardly resist temptation of aroma from the street. Unfortunately those without reservations will possibly be turned away.
Causal recreational visitors enjoy the Ice Cream Shop or maybe a speedy run into the convenience store. History lovers can enjoy a jaunt through the antique store on Manhart Street housed in a post-Victorian Edwardian vernacular style residence. Just around the corner be sure not to miss the Historic Fire Station Museum and Gardens. The Corner Bar on Highway 85 is a popular watering hole for thirsty bikers enjoying their scenic rides.
Cherokee Ranch, Sedalia, ColoradoAn all time Douglas County favorite is the Cherokee Ranch, a magnificent Scottish-style castle built by Charles Johnson the developer of Denver’s Park Hill neighborhood who sold the Castle and ranch to Tweet Kimball in the mid-1900’s. Tweet fell in love with Santa Gertrudis cattle and brought them to Colorado from Texas to raise. She succeeded in developing a prize winning herd, defying all that said the Colorado climate would work against her. Tweet sold the 3100 acre ranch to Douglas County as a conservation easement. Now we all can enjoy the wonderful open space Douglas County is well known for! The Castle is open to the public for high tea, reservations are a must.
Homeowners who choose this area to live, typically appreciate the small town atmosphere as well as elbow room. Homes in the 80135 zip code are more likely to be on acreage. Many are full fledged working ranches.
The zip code encompasses a large area, reaching to the Pike National Forest and bordering the South Platte. Shamballah Ashrama is just west of Sedalia in the zip code as is Perry Pines, Bear Canyon Ranch, Indian Creek Ranch, Rainbow Falls, Rock Estates, Elk Ridge Estates, Bellum PInes, Lambert Ranch, Dawson Butte, Plum Creek Valley Estates, Allis Ranch Preserve and Christy Ridge are a few neighborhoods to consider.
Sedalia Real Estate Prices
In the town proper of Sedalia real estate home prices will start in the mid-$200’s and go up depending on location and condition. The outlining rural communities in the zip code of 80135, demand higher because most properties
are large plots of land. Many are surrounded by protected land where nothing can be built, thus making the property more precious and desirable. The majority of the prices are over $500k with many being well into the millions of dollars. There is no doubt, Sedalia, Colorado is a popular destination for homeowner desiring a very beautiful place to live.
When touring the area, take Highway 85 to Manhard street. Turn south onto Highway 105 and enjoy a spectacular drive along the valley. Here you will see sweeping views of horse ranches nestled at the foot of the Rockies.
Everyday Shopping for Sedalia Residents
Grocery shopping is conveniently found by either going north or south about 15 minutes. Highlands Ranch and Castle Rock offer a variety of grocery stores. For mall shopping there are the Outlets at Castle Rock or Aspen Grove is located just off Highway 85 to the north. Even closer is Tony’s Meat and Specialty Foods located 5 minutes away in the new Village at Castle Pines, a charming village of luxury shops and restaurants.
Sedalia, Colorado is in the Douglas County School District. Douglas County has long been a destination school district for parents who demand the best for their children and also are involved in the school. Many people relocating to the metro Denver area choose the Douglas County School District as their #1 criteria when searching for a home. This fact is why Douglas County homes maintain their values, not a trivia fact in any real estate market.
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