Historic High Drive is one of the oldest developments in Estes Park. Most of the original cabins were built in the early 1920s right after the Rocky Mountains became a National Park in 1915. The majority of the cabins have been updated since then, but they retain their original rocky mountain charm.
High Drive sits on the southeastern side of Deer Mountain and has unobstructed views of Longs Peak and the Continental Divide. High Drive is situated just north of the main entrance and headquarters to Rocky Mountain National Park on Highway 36 and is bordered by National Park property on three sides.
Approximate value: $200,000 – $375,000
Approximate age of home: 50 years old
Approximate property size: .25 – 1 acre