Copper Gulch Mountain Retreat

Fremont County Colorado
Sold
2.61+/- Acres

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Property Information

ID: 21392
Status: Sold
Acres: 2.61 +/-
Address: i Path
City, State: Cotopaxi, Colorado
County: Fremont
ZIP Code: 81223
Presented By: Norman Schwartz
Taxes: $499
Dwelling Sq Ft: 1,620
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3

Description


Situated in a picturesque location between the town of Westcliffe, the Arkansas River, and Canon City, is this quaint and charming mountain home tucked

away between the Sangre De Cristo and Wet Mountains.  This home offers many features including a property surrounded with healthy Pine trees, great views

off the two upper decks, a large rustic fenced-in outdoor entertainment space which includes a six person hot tub, wonderful landscaping, and a greenhouse ready to

accommodate vegetables and gardens.  Other features here include engineered flooring and tiles throughout with stainless kitchen appliances, a wood burning

fireplace, pellet stove along with three bedrooms and three baths.  Downstairs leads to a finished walkout lower level with access to another quiet outdoor sitting

area along with entry to a two-car garage.  Animals will appreciate the partially fenced back yard with plenty of trees to enjoy a relaxing afternoon in the shade.

Also included here is excellent internet service, propane, a second greenhouse, electric and a very good (recently tested) well with a high flow water production rate. 

Be sure to come and visit this quiet contemporary and rustic retreat at the end of a private cul-de-sac in a relaxing timber and mountain setting of Colorado!

This home recently had a water well test and passed a home inspection in August 2021.

Additional Information

wildlife

  • bear
  • big game
  • elk
  • mule deer
  • turkey

recreation

  • bird watching
  • hiking trails
  • other

rights

  • water

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