$895,000


MLS 863505, Active
  • Residential
  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Total Baths
  • 3,529 SQFT
On 11 acres of mountain paradise backing to national forest resides this beautiful full log home built in 1997. This is your quintessential mountain retreat offering the utmost of mountain amenities. Enjoy an open concept, vaulted ceilings, 18" logs, huge windows, and a touch of history with doors from the historic Stanley Hotel. Privacy abounds and is enjoyed on your expansive deck with great views. Attention hobbyist, the detached shop is huge and second to none! Truly a special property.

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Property Details

Property Type
Residential
Style
Raised Ranch
County
Larimer
Year Built
1997
Garage Spaces
2
Garage Type
Attached

Schools

Elementary
Estes Park
Middle
Estes Park
High
Estes Park
District
Estes Park District

Seth Hanson

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970-310-7498

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Additional Property Details

Zoning
SFR
Estimated Taxes
$2,956
Tax Year
2017

Outdoor Features
Deck
Hot Tub Included
Heated Garage
Oversized Garage
Utilities
Propane
Satellite Avail

Interior

Finished SQFT
3,529
Basement/Foundation
90%+ Finished Basement
Master Bedroom Bath
3/4 Master Bath

Design Features
Eat-in Kitchen
Fireplace Type
Living Room Fireplace
Inclusions
Gas Range / Oven
Dishwasher
Refrigerator
Clothes Washer
Clothes Dryer
Microwave
Cooling
Ceiling Fan
Heating
Forced Air

Exterior

Construction
Log

Lot & Land

Acres
10.9

Location Description
Wooded Lot
Evergreen Trees

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Explore Estes Park

The Village of Estes Park is bordered by Rocky Mountain National Park. Its mountain peaks range in elevation from 8,500 to over 14,000 feet.  Visitors from around the world come to experience its majestic setting and participate in outdoor activities – walking, hiking, fishing, mountain climbing, ice climbing, snowshoeing. Estes Park is a year-round community with nearly 6,000 residents.  The downtown offers unique shops, galleries, restaurants and places to explore. The Big Thompson and Fall Rivers meet at Riverside Plaza, an open park connecting to the Riverwalk.  Eight miles of improved hike and bike trails that traverse the valley floor past a bird sanctuary, golf courses and circle Lake Estes. The village has established an international reputation for the quality and variety of festivals it hosts.  These include the Stanley Film Festival (held on the grounds of the Stanley Hotel where horror-writer Stephen King penned “The Shining,” Scandinavian Midsummer Festival, Rooftop Rodeo, Longs Peak Scottish Irish Highland Festival, Wool Market, Jazz Fest & Art Walk, Elk Fest, Catch the Glow Holiday Parade & Celebration and Estes Park Duck Race. The climate is dry, both summer and winters, receiving an average of 14 inches of precipitation each year.  On average, the village receives only 34 inches of snow during a winter season.


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