Branson Homes and Condos for Sale in Cozy Cove

Map of Branson homes and condos for sale in Cozy Cove:

Neighborhood Profile:

Neighborhood Streets: Cozy LaneCozy Cove Road

Cozy Court

Subdivision Name(s): Cozy Cove
School: Branson School District(See District Report Card)
Average Price Range: Condos: $110,000-$200,000Townhomes: $150,000-$300,000
City: Branson, Missouri 65616

Cozy Cove is a very desirable gated community with condos and townhomes ranging from two to five bedrooms. Located on Bee Creek Road just near the intersection of Branson Hills Parkway and Hwy 65, there are a great deal of community amenities and shopping in close proximity to this neighborhood. While many Branson condo communities have a “resort” type feel, Cozy Cove is decidedly residential. No nightly rentals are allowed in this area.

Amenities in Cozy Cove include garages and carports for many condo units, a nice community pool, and a lakefront park including a community dock that sits on a branch of Lake Taneycomo. Another nice feature of Cozy Cove is its lower than average Condo Association Fees.

Cozy Cove is also home to a unique mix of townhouses… Some of these homes are duplexes, others are free standing, but all properties in Cozy Cove share one thing in common – the owners do not maintain the exterior of their own units. Even free standing homes in the neighborhood are maintained by the Condo Association.

Branson Homes and condos for sale in Cozy Cove:

See all Homes and Condos for Sale in Cozy Cove, Branson, MO.
(all data current as of 12/21/2014)

  1. 2 beds, 2 full baths
    Home size: 1,375 sq ft
    Year built: 1993
    Days on market: 47
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  2. 4 beds, 3 full baths
    Home size: 3,848 sq ft
    Year built: 2005
    Parking spots: 2
    Days on market: 48
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  3. 2 beds, 2 full baths
    Home size: 1,177 sq ft
    Year built: 1994
    Days on market: 60
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  4. 2 beds, 2 full baths
    Home size: 1,380 sq ft
    Year built: 1995
    Days on market: 88
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  5. 3 beds, 2 full, 1 part baths
    Home size: 2,611 sq ft
    Year built: 2005
    Parking spots: 2
    Days on market: 151
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  6. 3 beds, 2 full baths
    Home size: 2,072 sq ft
    Year built: 1992
    Parking spots: 1
    Days on market: 152
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Comments

  1. Debbie Fattaahi says:

    What is the policy on doggies?

  2. I glanced over the covenants and restrictions for Cozy Cove… It looks like 1 dog is ok. If you have more than one, it is subject to approval of the HOA. Hope this helps!

  3. Can you put a fence on your property for a house dog to run outside.

  4. Hi Connie!

    I haven’t seen any fenced areas for dogs at Cozy Cove, so I doubt it. If you really saw something you liked there, you might consider asking the seller to make a request to the Condo Owner’s Association for approval.

  5. Anne Hill says:

    Cole, I was just looking over your sight. I was on the board for 6 years and still live in Cozy Cove. To answer your clients questions no fences are allowed as anything outside is considered common area. All are considered condo’s even the free standing units. We changed the dog policy a few years back to a small dog only is allowed without board approval. Hope this helps!

  6. Hello Anne-

    Thanks for the great information. Very helpful! As I often say, Cozy Cove has remained a place with happy owners because the folks on the board have done a great job of taking good care of the neighborhood and managing finances well.

  7. If you OWN the house/condo, I’d think you could do with it as you Please. Why are there restrictions as if you were renting an apartment?? That’s absolutely ludicrous. I would buy anything that I couldn’t do with as I please.

  8. Blake,

    I understand your feelings on this. The fact is, condo ownership isn’t for everyone. The rules and regulations are put into place so that the integrity of the neighborhood and certain aesthetics are maintained. When you buy a condo, you don’t just own that unit. You also own a share of all of the rest of the grounds and common elements. Rules have to be set up for all of the owners to follow since they all share ownership of it. Even owning a house in a subdivision is often subject to covenants/restrictions/rules. If you truly want something with no rules or restrictions at all, that’s possible, too – just not in a condo community.

  9. My wife and I are considering Branson in retirement. I am retired and my wife plans on working another year. We are coming in Oct to look at homes. We currently live in a villa community and appreciate how they protect the appearance and value of the property. If like ours, we can do what we like on the inside but the board controls the outside. I only mention this because of a previous comment. I have two questions: 1) on a couple of websites it was mentioned that spiders, especially brown recluse are common, as are snakes. Is that accurate? 2) we have a small dog but would like a second. How difficult is it for board approval? Thanks for any input.

  10. My question regarding spiders and snakes is a general question about the Branson area.

  11. Hi Ken,

    Brown recluse spiders are native to this region of the country. I found this handy map that shows the part of the country they are concentrated in. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brown_recluse_spider#mediaviewer/File:Loxosceles_reclusa_range.png In order to keep ahead of them, our family has our house professionally treated for insects every year. As far as snakes are concerned, I know there are snakes in the area. I’ve only ever encountered a harmless black snake at my home, but I know there are others in the region.

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