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New Mustang Crossing website unveiled

Webpage, which launched Wednesday, to help promote east Bayfield development project
There is a new website, mustangcrossingcolorado.com, showcasing the upcoming Mustang Crossing subdivision in east Bayfield. The website officially launched on Wednesday. Phase 1A for the development project is still on track to be done by June 1. (Screenshot)

Those who are curious about the new Mustang Crossing development project coming to Bayfield’s east side can learn more about the subdivision with a newly launched website.

The website, mustangcrossingcolorado.com, officially went live on Wednesday. The multiple listing service first opened the website last week.

“We’re just trying to create a little excitement about (the) town of Bayfield, what a pleasant little community it is,” Mustang Crossing Developer Jeff Jorgenson said. “It’s also going to be informative. ... We will have a site plan on there where you can click on any lot, and it’ll pop up and tell you the dimensions, the price and all this good stuff.”

Homebuyers will also be able to review covenants, conditions and restrictions data, which pertains to regulating the use, appearance and maintenance of properties.

The website’s homepage features photos of people enjoying the vast outdoors in the greater Bayfield area. The “location” and “directory” tabs also feature photos of nature, including a mountain backdrop overlooking a grassy fence post area.

Jorgenson said some of the 19 lots have “incredibly great views” of the country stretches of town.

“We’ve got farmland on three sides of us. So that’s positive, I think,” he said, adding he sought to highlight some of that natural beauty and sense of community on the website.

Jorgenson said younger would-be homebuyers have already looked into potential homes online, so it was key to make the most of that marketing tool and help bring Mustang Crossing to the public eye.

Although a natural gas line at the development site had been punctured, Jorgenson said Phase 1A – in which the asphalt, curb and gutter will be added to the property – is still on track to be completed by June 1.


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