Wandcrest Subdivision

Address2 mi. S. of Pine Junction
QuadBailey, 1994
SectionS13, 18, 19 & 24; T7S, R72W
ElevationC. 8200
SourceNorman, Cathleen, Reconnaissance Survey Report, 1999-2002 Cultural Resource Survey of Unincorporated Jefferson County.
Initialdate1992-04-02 00:00:00-07
Latestdate2014-03-04 00:00:00-07
HistoryAccessible from Hwy. 285 on Wandcrest Road west of Pine Junction intersection for several miles through Park County until it returns to Jefferson County. Developed in the 1920s in three plats by Carl Smith. Being far from Denver, Wandcrest began as a summer community and until recently, there were only few year-round residents. Many of the small and intact houses have not changed over time though some owners have enclosed porches and made additions. (Paraphrased from Cathleen Norman’s text). According to C. Norman, “four or five cabins along the southwest edge of Wandcrest Park were burned in the High Meadow fire of summer 2000.”