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This is Fred Ball for Zions Bank, speaking on business.
Moab is famous for gorgeous scenery. The city has been written up in hundreds of magazines, newspapers and books. The area is so diverse, there's a passion for anyone to follow. Sports and so many activities are only minutes away.
Now, there is a new opportunity to be a real part of this wonderful area of the state.
Coyote Run is a new, exclusive Ranch Home planned development situated between the Moab Golf Course, red rock canyon walls and the green ranchland of Spanish Valley.
Mark Griffith greeted me when I got out of the car. It took a few minutes for me to really say hello as I was so busy looking at the beautiful golf course, the spectacular Gunsight Ridge Mountain to the East and the most attractive homes that are under construction.
Mark told me that the homes are inspired by a combination of the traditional hand built homes of Moab and the Ralph Lauren Western look. Coyote Run provides all the privacy of individual homes combined with the carefree maintenance of a planned community. Whether you are looking for a full-time residence or a vacation home, Coyote Run is really a very special place.
We walked through the homes under construction. The old territorial western flavor of wood and stone with contemporary interiors and appliances are featured. Because Moab is an "outdoor" town, there is lots of outdoor living on the porches and in the courtyard.
Coyote Run development features the only single family homes on the Moab Golf Course and there are only 16 of them. Mark is confident they will sell fast. He told me that Moab is growing very fast and golf course locations means higher demand and consequently higher home values.
Coyote Run is a great development! Within five minutes residents can be golfing, hiking, biking, jeeping or horseback riding. I wouldn't mind just sitting on the porch to stare at the 1,500-foot red rock canyon walls.
An interesting twist here was that a friend, Ken, had owned the property and had hand drawn pictures of his dream homes. When Ken died suddenly, Mark picked up the dream combined it with his own, and created more than either one would have done individually.
For Zions Bank, I'm Fred Ball. I'm speaking on business.