$1,000,000


MLS 872884, Active
  • Residential
  • 5 Beds
  • 5 Total Baths
  • 5,416 SQFT
Situated on a quiet cul-de-sac, this special Fossil Lake home offers custom details on a premium .49-acre lot. The soaring Great Room features a stone fireplace & built-ins. A chef's DREAM kitchen! Granite, 6-burner Wolf stove, dbl ovens, & 2 dishwashers. MAIN FLOOR Master Retreat w/fireplace & luxury bathroom. Finished walkout basement made for entertaining. Backyard paradise w/deck, patio, garden beds, firepit & mature landscaping. Nearby parks & schools + neighborhood pool. YOU BELONG HERE!

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Property Details

Property Type
Residential
Style
2 Story
County
Larimer
Subdivision
Fossil Lake Ranch
Year Built
2004
Garage Spaces
3
Garage Type
Attached

Schools

Elementary
Zach
Middle
Preston
High
Fossil Ridge
District
Poudre

HOA

Has HOA
Yes
HOA Fee
$631
Billing Frequency
Annually

Chris McElroy

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970-227-5102

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Additional Property Details

Zoning
RES
Estimated Taxes
$6,003
Tax Year
2018

Outdoor Features
Lawn Sprinkler System
Balcony
Patio
Deck
Oversized Garage
Utilities
Natural Gas
Electric
Cable TV Available
Satellite Avail

Interior

Finished SQFT
5,150
Unfinished SQFT
266
Basement/Foundation
Full Basement,75%+Finished Basement,Walk-out Basement
Master Bedroom Bath
Full Master Bath,Luxury Features Master Bath,5 Piece Master Bath

Disabled Accessibility
Main Floor Bath
Main Level Bedroom
Main Level Laundry
Design Features
Eat-in Kitchen
Separate Dining Room
Cathedral / Vaulted Ceilings
Open Floor Plan
Pantry
Walk-in Closet
Loft
Wet Bar
Washer / Dryer Hookups
Wood Floors
Jack & Jill Bathroom
Kitchen Island
Media Room
Fireplace Type
2+ Fireplaces
Gas Fireplace
Gas Logs Included
Master Bedroom Fireplace
Great Room Fireplace
Inclusions
Window Coverings
Gas Range / Oven
Dishwasher
Refrigerator
Bar Refrigerator
Microwave
Disposal
Cooling
Central Air Conditioning
Ceiling Fan
Heating
Forced Air

Exterior

Construction
Wood/Frame, Stone, Stucco, Painted/Stained
Fences
Partially Fenced,Wood Fence

Common Amenities
Clubhouse
Pool
Play Area
Common Recreation / Park Area

Lot & Land

Acres
0.49

Location Description
Cul-De-Sac
Evergreen Trees
Deciduous Trees
Level Lot
Abuts Farm Land
House Faces West
Lot Improvements
Street Paved
Curbs
Gutters
Sidewalks
Street Light

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