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Sedalia - Town vs. County Stats

Sedalia - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Sedalia: $1,915,500 / County Avg $801,500


Avg Taxes in Sedalia: $5,300 / County Avg $4,300


Avg Sq. Ft. in Sedalia: 5,039 / County Avg 4,135


Avg Price per/ft2 in Sedalia: $380 / County Avg $194


Avg Walkscore in Sedalia: 7 / County Avg 16


Avg Year Built in Sedalia: 1992 / County Avg 2005


Avg Days on Website in Sedalia: 103 / County Avg 72


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With a spectacular view of the foothills as well as Denver, Sedalia, Colorado is a beautiful town in the SW Denver Metro Area. Located in Douglas County, many people find this place great for enjoying different outdoor activities. Sedalia, Colorado has been known for its Dude Ranches and Country entertainment.

Those traveling south on U.S. 85 toward Castle Rock or those looking for adventures in the Pike National Forest will have to pass through Sedalia to get there. While new communities are being developed on either side of Sedalia, the tiny community has managed to keep many of its quaint qualities. Several older buildings and homes remain in the area and a few craft shops and restaurants are all within walking distance of the town’s heart—the old rail line. The corner bar is also a favorite for bikers making the scenic rides along the two thoroughfares.

Cherokee Ranch is one structure in Sedalia that’s impossible to miss. The Scottish-style castle, which towers on a knoll above town, is filled with art and collections from all over the world. The ranch’s famed works include fifteenth- and sixteenth-century European paintings and original drawings by Sir Christopher Wren, the architect of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. Cherokee is also a working cattle ranch with over 3,000 acres of open space.

Those seeking outdoor adventure rather than art will enjoy spectacular fly fishing along the South Platte River west of Sedalia. Hiking and biking trails and camping facilities also abound throughout the Rampart Range in Pike National Forest, also due west of town.
Areas in Sedalia CO
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