Baca Grande Water And Sanitation District Crestone, Colorado

Stucco exterior, flagstone front walkway, and again flagstone patio. Attractive stucoo wall in front of the house. Remarkable property with good rental historical past as a B&B. Two models and office house, with 33′ develop dome, orchard with apricot, apples, plums, pear and cherry trees. Lovely backyard walk pathways, and upstairs deck to enjoy the expansive mountain and valley views.

Add’l 934sf concrete basis slab w/electrical, plumbing & radiant-floor tubing put in, w/two professional design plans out there. Great alternative to buy 1.5 acres in probably the greatest locations on S. Custom Cathedral Style Mountain Home in Chalet 2 has a unique flexible floor plan for multi use. Approximately 2700 sq. ft of dwelling space, positioned on 2.16 Acres by Cottonwood Creek.

Private at the very western fringe of the Baca. Some furnishings could be negotiated. Efficient, up to date 3BR/2BA 2059sf house designed by architect Hisa Ota, in-built 2004 & sits on 3.ninety five ac. Master suite, lounge & kitchen upstairs. High high quality finishes in kitchen & bogs. Main level has 2 BR’s, a meditation/office room, utility/laundry & guest tub w/soak tub.

This lovely chalet type residence with hovering windows and high ceilings has three bedrooms, two baths, a loft sitting space and connected sunroom. Upstairs bedroom and sitting space with a shower bath. Downstairs are two bedrooms and a full bath. A uniquely designed structure with two properties in one surrounding an attractive fenced backyard courtyard.

Bathrooms feature granite vanities & custom-tiled shower-tubs. Tile flooring w/in-floor warmth, powered by LP Navien combo boiler. Stucco exterior, metal-clad shed roof, Energy Star double-glazed home windows & spray-foam insulation.

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