$875,000


MLS 843435, Active
  • Residential
  • 5 Beds
  • 7 Total Baths
  • 7,048 SQFT
BRING YOUR TOYS!
Tired of having to store your RV, Boat or other family favorite toys offsite? Now you don't have to in this incredible colonial 2 story nestled on just shy of 1 acre in SE Fort Collins. This stunning home with mountain views offers a 5-car garage with indoor RV parking and boat parking that makes your life easier. This beautifully maintained Colonial home is a playground for all your family and friends located on an acre homesite and featuring a low-maintenance indoor pool complete with slide and offering a fabulous entertaining space and private bathroom.
It's hard to find an opportunity like this in Fort Collins. The large living room and spacious dining room offer built-in cabinetry and beautiful wood floors, the open family room leads into a fully updated kitchen featuring white cabinets, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, spacious dining area and wet bar that's perfect for entertaining. Offering 5 bedrooms, 6 baths there's room for everyone! The fully finished basement offers a fully appointed kitchenette, large rec room, bonus room and 2 additional bedrooms joined by a Jack & Jill bath. The upstairs features a huge master retreat with attached oversized study, 5-piece bath, 2 walk-in closets and direct access to the wrap-around deck that offers stunning views of the Rocky Mountain Front Range and city lights. The grounds of this property are beautifully maintained and offer loads of privacy. Add your favorite touches to this beautiful canvas and make this home your own.

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Property Details

Property Type
Residential
Style
2 Story
County
Larimer
Subdivision
Greenstone
Year Built
1996
Garage Spaces
5
Garage Type
Attached

Schools

Elementary
Cottonwood
Middle
Erwin, Lucile
High
Loveland
District
Thompson R2-J

HOA

Has HOA
Yes
HOA Fee
$695
Billing Frequency
Annually

HOA Fee Includes
Management

Marnie Long

Broker Associate / Partner

970-481-8613

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Additional Property Details

Zoning
RES
Estimated Taxes
$5,993
Tax Year
2017

Outdoor Features
Lawn Sprinkler System
Balcony
Patio
Deck
Private Pool
>8' Garage Door
Oversized Garage
Green/Energy Features
Double Pane Windows
Set Back Thermostat
Utilities
Natural Gas
Electric
Cable TV Available
Satellite Avail

Interior

Finished SQFT
6,827
Unfinished SQFT
221
Basement/Foundation
75%+Finished Basement
Master Bedroom Bath
5 Piece Master Bath

Disabled Accessibility
Level Lot
Main Level Laundry
Design Features
Eat-in Kitchen
Separate Dining Room
Cathedral / Vaulted Ceilings
Open Floor Plan
Pantry
Wood Windows
Stain / Natural Trim
Walk-in Closet
Wet Bar
Fire Alarm
Wood Floors
Jack & Jill Bathroom
Kitchen Island
Fireplace Type
2+ Fireplaces
Gas Fireplace
Multi-sided Fireplace
Inclusions
Window Coverings
Electric Range / Oven
Double Oven
Dishwasher
Refrigerator
Bar Refrigerator
Microwave
Central Vacuum
Garage Door Opener
Disposal
Smoke Alarm(s)
Cooling
Central Air Conditioning
Heating
Forced Air

Exterior

Construction
Wood/Frame, Brick/Brick Veneer
Fences
Dog Run/Kennel

Lot & Land

Acres
0.97

Location Description
Corner Lot
Evergreen Trees
Deciduous Trees
House Faces East
Lot Improvements
Street Paved
Curbs
Gutters

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Explore Fort Collins

Fort Collins enjoys a national reputation as a community where the American dream comes true. Residents are part of a thriving city that still maintains the heart of a small community that cares.  From high-tech business campuses to flower-lined alleyways to thriving locally owned businesses, positivity abounds. Colorado State University adds to the diversity of the community and creates numerous cultural and educational opportunities. It has well-respected mens and womens sports programs. Fort Collins boasts a vibrant arts scene (how many cities have colorful painted pianos upon which anyone can tickle the ivories?) and residents can choose from an array of performing arts offerings, including top-tier small theaters, symphonies, ballet, choral groups, an opera company and traveling national shows at the city-owned Lincoln Center. Visitors are welcome at the city’s many award-winning breweries for tours and tastings; start at one and you’ll have the choice from almost a dozen of which to visit next. Each summer, Fort Collins plays host to large festivals, including Tour de Fat and New West Fest, whose Bohemian Nights features top national musical acts. Small music venues abound and multiple locations offer free outdoor summer concerts. Fort Collins is home to over 40 city parks scattered throughout the town.   A bike path system provides miles of paved trails popular with local bicyclists, runners and walkers.  Whether spring, summer, fall or winter, there are plenty of fun options for the whole family. Farmers’ markets are popular year-round and countless restaurants take pride in serving locally sourced products. The attractive cost of living, mild climate, simple lifestyle, outdoor recreation, entertainment and top-tier health care facilities attract many retirees to the area. Many of them join their children who have chosen to raise their families here. The city’s “Old Town” was even the inspiration for Main Street USA in Disneyland! Every month it seems Fort Collins makes some sort of “Best Of” list. In 2012, Forbes ranked the city the third best place for business and careers. It’s easy to see why Money Magazine ranked Fort Collins ranked No. 2 on its 2008 Best Places to Live list, and No. 1 in 2006.


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