$443,000


MLS 849788, Active - Backup
  • Residential
  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Total Baths
  • 2,908 SQFT
Impeccably maintained home near parks, golf course & trails. Must see home is a creampuff w/tasteful updates completed by original owners; kit, baths, hard surfaces & carpets have been improved. Large master w/plantation shutters, 5pc bath w/luxe jetted soaking tub & updated Swanstone shower. Plenty of spaces to entertain or relax. Enjoy the fireplace in family room w/solid acacia floors, add'l living space in fin basement or bask on expansive 2 tiered custom deck. Yard is a gardener's dream.

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Property Details

Property Type
Residential
Style
Four-Level
County
Larimer
Subdivision
Brittany Knolls
Year Built
1989
Garage Spaces
2
Garage Type
Attached

Schools

Elementary
Werner
Middle
Preston
High
Fossil Ridge
District
Poudre

HOA

Has HOA
Yes
HOA Fee
$298
Billing Frequency
Annually

HOA Fee Includes
Trash

Shelly Hill

Broker Associate / Partner

970-310-3457

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Additional Property Details

Zoning
Res
Estimated Taxes
$2,578
Tax Year
2017

Outdoor Features
Lawn Sprinkler System
Deck
Oversized Garage
Utilities
Natural Gas
Electric
Cable TV Available

Interior

Finished SQFT
2,747
Unfinished SQFT
161
Basement/Foundation
Full Basement,75%+Finished Basement
Master Bedroom Bath
5 Piece Master Bath

Design Features
Eat-in Kitchen
Separate Dining Room
Cathedral / Vaulted Ceilings
Open Floor Plan
Wood Windows
Stain / Natural Trim
Walk-in Closet
Washer / Dryer Hookups
Skylights
Wood Floors
Fireplace Type
Gas Fireplace
Family / Recreation Room Fireplace
Inclusions
Window Coverings
Electric Range / Oven
Self-Cleaning Oven
Dishwasher
Refrigerator
Clothes Washer
Clothes Dryer
Microwave
Laundry Tub
Cooling
Central Air Conditioning
Ceiling Fan
Heating
Forced Air

Exterior

Construction
Wood/Frame
Fences
Enclosed Fenced Area

Lot & Land

Acres
0.24

Location Description
House Faces West
Lot Improvements
Street Paved
Curbs
Gutters
Sidewalks

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