Pinon Hills is a great neighborhood located just north-east of Salida. Homes prices in Pinon Hills range from around $300,000 to over $600,000+. Most of the homes for are on smaller lots (usually 1 acre or less), the gently sloping terrain offers great views of the Collegiate Peaks and Sangre de Cristo mountain ranges. There are limited recorded covenants in Pinon Hills and the HOA recently disbanded – so essentially there are no covenants. Roads are paved and maintained year round by Chaffee County and are on the school bus route. Water and sewer is by well and septic system; electricity, propane and high speed internet are all available. Interested in keeping up with what’s happening in Pinon Hills?
Interested in selling your home in Pinon Hills? Contact Mike Hawley at 719-530-1281 or firstname.lastname@example.org for a free Market Analysis to find out how much it could sell for. The market is great right now, with more demand than there is supply. In 2020, 10 homes sold in Pinon Hills, ranging in price from $317,500 – $599,000. Keep reading to see homes for sale in Pinon Hills plus more detailed information on recent home sales in this neighborhood, including the average and median home price in Pinon Hills for 2020.
HI:$375,000 LO:$230,000 MEDIAN Sales Price$300,000 AVG. Sales Price:$294,000 AVG Days on Market: 155
Covenants / HOA
The HOA was dissolved in 2015, so there is nobody to enforce the recorded covenants. There wasn’t much interest from residents in joining the voluntary HOA, and they weren’t sure the covenants were enforceable in the first place. So essentially, there aren’t covenants at this point.
What do people like about Pinon Hills
You’re just minutes from Salida; close enough to bike (although getting to town is easier than getting back!). Most of the lots have some Pinon and Juniper trees, plus great views of the surrounding mountains, valley and town of Salida. You’re also close to (in some cases bordering) public BLM land and the Arkansas Hills trail system. Their used to be covenants, but they were pretty lax, the HOA determined that they probably weren’t even enforceable and nobody really wanted to be part of the HOA anyway…so they disbanded.
What people don’t like about Pinon Hills
There is a mix of homes, including a few modular/manufactured homes and a few high end ($400,000+ homes). So if you want a homogeneous neighborhood with all luxury homes (or all manufactured homes), this might not be the place for you. Some people prefer covenants. You can’t have horses in this neighborhood and lot sizes are small compared with many out of town areas.
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2014 Sales in Pinon Hills
In the last year, 6 homes have sold in, ranging in price from $138,500 to $290,000. The average sales price for a home in the neighborhood was $223,000.