Redstone Historic District
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Redstone, Colorado is a historic district. The zip code is the same as Carbondale’s, 81623.
From Carbondale, keep driving on Highway 133 and you can’t miss it. You’ll see the coke ovens on the right which were used to smelt coal into coke. On the left there’s a stone bridge to cross.
The whole town was built by the financing of John Cleveland Osgood. You can learn all about it on a tour of the Redstone Castle, which is for sale. Read about Redstone’s historical tales and true stories here.
Redstone is best described as a village, or a hamlet. There is a boulevard anchored by the Redstone Inn at one end, with a few shops and restaurants, including a recently revived general store.
In Redstone you’re never far from the Crystal River.
For my travel guide article on Redstone, see here.
I have listed a variety of homes in Redstone, I think because people understand how much I enjoy the area.
If relocating to Redstone is in your future, call me. Don’t let this chance to live in one of Colorado’s most stunning rural areas get away!
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