Mountain lifestyle and comfort is hard to beat at this mountain home for sale located just 7 miles north of Highway 82 in the Roaring Fork Valley. This 14-acre property has impressive real estate assets as well as hunting and recreational value either on the property or extremely close by.
The main home is a 3,798 square foot log home originally built in 1997 and fully finished in 2007. It has 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms which includes a 720 square-foot mother-in-law apartment in the basement, as well as a 2-car expansive garage with additional storage and work benches.
The main level has a master bedroom & bathroom, guest room & bathroom, office, laundry room, kitchen, dining area, and living room with a wood burning stove. The upstairs features the second master bedroom, with an expansive closet & bathroom. It also has a large recreation room across the skyway, with additional storage. The basement features a 720 square-foot mother-in-law apartment, with a separate access and the ability to lock off from the rest of home. Out the door to the basement garage can park 2 vehicles, as well as additional storage. The utility room holds 1,200 gallons of cistern water from the water well, and the hot water heater provides heat to 6 total zones in the home. The main level has a wood burning stove as well.
The 28'x48' barn has a total of four horse stalls, and is great for storage of trailers or other items.
There is a custom chicken coop recently finished just walking distance from the home, completed with concrete stem walls & custom timber construction.
Hunting on the property is astounding. Located in GMU 444, the owners have managed the mule deer herds in the area for the past 20 years to create sizeable mule deer bucks, easily harvesting bucks every year over 200" on the 14-acre property. Yes, the hunting on this parcel is that good. The owner will apply for private land only second and third season tags and successfully draw the tags every year. With over 20 mule deer killed on the property, the mule deer herd has been managed carefully, and large animals are abundant.
The recreation that is easily accessible from this property is tremendous. With Red Table Mountain road just 4.5 miles away, Basalt mountain about 3.5 miles away, and Hubbards cave lookout just 6 miles away, there are countless single track, hiking, hunting, fishing (cattle creek brookies), and four wheeling just minutes from this property. In most winters, the owners have snowmobiled from this home directly to the recreation areas.
Jake Hubbell, ALC
Gary Hubbell, ALC