Granby's Innsbruck and Silver Sage Neighborhoods Offer Single-Family Homes, Mountain Views, and Low HOAs Right in the Heart of Grand County

Looking for a single-family home in the Granby area? The Innsbruck Val Moritz and Silver Sage subdivisions are ideally located between the big mountain skiing of Winter Park Resort and the adventure and small-town vibes found in our "three lakes" region. You really get the best of both worlds, without sacrificing those sought-after mountain views! Houses in the neighborhoods are close enough to give that cozy neighborhood feel but still have plenty of space in between to embrace the mountain haven ideal. 

While they're two separate developments, both neighborhoods fall under the umbrella of the same homeowners association, making their dues, coverage, regulations, and architectural guidelines identical. Connected via Village Road and 10 Mile Road, the subdivisions are less than two miles from each other. Aesthetically similar yet distinct in size, topography, and location, both Innsbruck Val Moritz and Silver Sage offer single-family homes in a prime location and at a friendlier price point than similar properties in Winter Park and Fraser


The central location right in the heart of Grand makes these two neighborhoods the perfect basecamp for your mountain adventures. Enjoy quick and easy access to hiking, biking, skiing, fishing, and more.

Downtown Winter Park is a 20-minute drive, with Winter Park Resort less than five more minutes down the road. Head north about 12 minutes to Lake Granby or 25 minutes to Grand Lake and the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. Granby Ranch is just over the hill, Grand Elk Golf Club is minutes away, and Pole Creek Golf is a quick 10-minute drive. Both neighborhoods also enjoy out-the-door access to the Fraser-to-Granby Trail.

Less than 5 miles to Granby Elementary, East Grand Middle School, and Middle Park High School, properties in Innsbruck and Silver Sage are ideal for families with students attending East Grand Schools

Commuting from the Front Range? A short 85 miles west of Denver, it's a quick trip to your mountain getaway!


Not to be confused with Val Moritz Village (which is nestled in a valley off Highway 40 just north of YMCA's Snow Mountain Ranch), Innsbruck Val Moritz is typically simply called "Innsbruck" to minimize confusion. The two neighborhoods are connected off the highway through the gated community of Ten Mile Estates, but that's the extent of their connection.

To find Innsbruck when heading north from Winter Park, turn right off Highway 40 onto Village Road just before the light at City Market toward Granby Ranch and the Inn at Silvercreek. 

The neighborhood sits on the hillside and has three entrances off Village Road: Evergreen Drive, Forrest Drive, and Spruce Drive. All entrances provide access to the network of roads that loop and wind through Innsbruck, many of which end in cul-de-sacs. The quiet neighborhood does not provide through-access, so homeowners and guests can enjoy the off-the-beaten path feel while still being right in the heart of it all. The 537 lots vary in size from 1/4 to 1/2 acre, with the majority sitting right around 1/3 acre. Open valleys, sagebrush, native trees, and mountain views are hallmarks of properties in Innsbruck Val Moritz. 


The Silver Sage neighborhood can be found a little closer to Highway 40 and Granby's Main Street than Innsbruck, making it easy to bike or walk into town. If you're headed north on Highway 40 from Winter Park, take a right just past Carquest on N. Ranch Road. Then, take your first right on Silver Sage Road to loop through the quaint neighborhood. With just less than 70 lots sized about a half-acre each, Silver Sage is a small, quiet community that offers the convenience of being right off the highway yet connects seamlessly to Granby Ranch and the Fraser-to-Granby Trail out the back side of the subdivision. 

Primarily open meadows covered in sagebrush, native grasses, and wildflowers, the relatively flat lots nestled mountainside make land in Silver Sage easy to build on. 


All lots are on city water and sewer. Electric and natural gas run throughout the neighborhood, and access to high speed internet is available. 


Both neighborhoods fall under the SilverCreek Master Association yet are not a part of Granby Ranch, as others in the association are. Check out the breakdown of the community governance structure to learn more about which developments are only governed by SilverCreek and which also fall under the Granby Ranch umbrella. Since Innsbruck and Silver Sage are only part of the SilverCreek Master Association, homeowners do not pay Granby Ranch fees and do not have complimentary access to the amenities included in those fees. But they can definitely partake in the all the outdoor adventure offered at the nearby resort!

The low HOA dues are less than $30 a month (paid annually) and include road maintenance, snow removal, and trash. Architectural guidelines encourage the mountain rustic aesthetic and stipulate that single-family homes have between 1800-4500 square feet of  livable space (finished and unfinished). And short-term rentals are permitted, making either neighborhood a great investment for an income property!


We'd love to share more about this place we call home with you! If you're interested in learning more about Innsbruck and Silver Sage, reach out to schedule a tour of the neighborhoods to check out current land and existing home listings. Or sign up for listing alerts so you'll be the first to know when the property you're looking for hits the market! 

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