$290,000


MLS 867061, Active - Backup
  • Residential
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Total Baths
  • 1,588 SQFT
Great Mountain Views! Largest floorplan in neighborhood. Very well kept w/newer roof & exterior is currently being painted. Backs to open space on quiet cul-de-sac. Rented for $2,045/mth through Dec, 2018. Tenant will stay or vacate.

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Property Details

Property Type
Residential
Style
Bi-Level
County
Larimer
Subdivision
Mountain Range Shadows
Year Built
1978
Garage Spaces
1
Garage Type
Attached

Schools

Elementary
Bacon
Middle
Preston
High
Fossil Ridge
District
Poudre

HOA

Has HOA
Yes
HOA Fee
$43
Billing Frequency
Monthly

HOA Fee Includes
Common Amenities
Trash
Snow Removal

Additional Property Details

Zoning
Res
Estimated Taxes
$1,836
Tax Year
2017

Outdoor Features
Deck
Utilities
Electric

Interior

Finished SQFT
1,588
Basement/Foundation
No Basement

Inclusions
Electric Range / Oven
Smoke Alarm(s)
Cooling
Ceiling Fan
Heating
Baseboard Heat

Exterior

Construction
Wood/Frame
Fences
Partially Fenced,Enclosed Fenced Area

Lot & Land

Acres
0.15

Location Description
Cul-De-Sac
House Faces South
Lot Improvements
Street Paved
Curbs
Gutters
Street Light

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