Carbondale, Colorado Real Estate and Community Information
The unemployment rate in town is lower than the national average. The town is made up of several neighborhoods each with their own distinct, but eclectic style. Carbondale is a walking and bicycle friendly community and on average more than 300 people bicycle or walk to work daily.
Carbondale is attractive for outdoor enthusiast and anyone who wants to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. The town also offers shopping and dining, fine arts exhibits and seasonal festivals.
There are three private schools in Carbondale as well as a charter school giving families with children another educational option.
For those who would rather rent rather than purchase a home will find single family homes and apartment units available at market rates. Homes and apartments are multi-bedroom and bathroom and ideal for families or professional individuals or couples.
Carbondale neighborhoods are well maintained with mature trees and beautiful landscaping. The neighborhoods are oriented to families with access to many amenities such as shopping, dining and recreational opportunities.
People searching for Carbondale real estate should contact Becky Warner. Ms. Warner is experienced in the real estate industry, especially the Carbondale community. She will assist home buyers in finding the right home and guidance through the home buying process.
Parks and Recreation
Attractions, Activities and Events
Events include bicycle races, First Friday events, film festivals, charitable runs, music festivals and holiday and seasonal celebrations. One of the most popular events is Carbondale Mountain Fair. The Fair showcases artisans and artists and the diverse wares they have to offer. The Fair also features music and food, interactive and creative experiences for children and family friendly competitions such as pie baking and wood splitting.