Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Realty Southwest Associates, Llc.
Tranquility awaits in your new home just outside of Mancos. This single level 2 bedroom home (one is currently office) sits on 7.35 acres taking in the fabulous views and Sunsets behind the east facing walls of Mesa Verde, Weber Canyon and beyond! Built with custom details and energy efficiency, this 1,260 sqft home lives open and spacious for its size. Flooring is 200 year old reclaimed oak, birch, and some hemlock from a Tobacco Farm in N.C. and counters are Butcher Block. Shelving in the pantry and the office desk are old barn siding from N.C. and the Doug Fir Doors with Alder Trim throughout the house enrich all custom details. Elevated ceilings give this house a roomy feel and the Anderson Windows and Custom blinds throughout the house create passive solar as desired. The placement of the wood burning stove was carefully thought out to maximize efficiency of warm air flow through the bedroom and adjoining office. The passive solar elements of this home shows with its efficiency of heat distribution and cool summer breezes. Tile in the bathroom and carpet in the bedroom and office. GE appliances throughout, 3 Stiebel Eltron Convection heaters in the office, bathroom, and bedroom make sure you're always cozy along with a Propane Wall Mount in the Living Room if you do not want to heat using the wood stove. The 250 gal propane tank is owned. Make this Home your retreat today! Avg water $32, Electric $65
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