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$1,125,000


MLS 925189, Active
  • Attached Dwelling
  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Total Baths
  • 1,979 SQFT
Opportunity knocks in this top, 3rd & 4th floor 3 bedroom, 3 bath Old Town luxury condo. A thoughtful floorplan w/ formal entry inclng a powder room & large living area w/ 12' ceilings to take in the views of the mountains over tree tops. High-end finishes from Sprinhaus & Eheart design studios: grey-washed oak floors, upscale quartz counters, Tischlerei cabinetry, wood built-ins & Jenn-Air 5 burner cooktop, ultra quiet dishwasher, double convection oven & recessed refrigerator. The main-floor owners suite has a stone resin soaking tub, curbless walk-in shower pan, grey/black marble floors, & custom closet cabinetry. The custom under-stair dry bar has a 46 bottle Jenn-air wine cellar & 40 bottle wine rack. Upstairs features 2 guestrooms, a bath, loft w/ views & wetbar w/ beverage fridge. 1 balcony & a rooftop deck w/ fountain. With the highest-end finishes & the best $/sq ft in Old Town, don't miss this chance to live 4 blocks to The Rio, w/ the quiet location you've been looking for.

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Property Details

Property Type
Attached Dwelling
Style
2 Story
Subdivision
Myridium
County
Larimer
Year Built
2018
Garage Spaces
2
Garage Type
Underground

Schools

Elementary
Putnam
Middle
Lincoln
High
Poudre
District
Poudre

HOA

Has HOA
Yes
HOA Fee
$306
Billing Frequency
Monthly

HOA Fee Includes
Common Amenities
Trash
Snow Removal
Lawn Care
Security
Management
Common Utilities
Exterior Maintenance
Water / Sewer
Hazard Insurance

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Broker Associate / Partner

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Interior

Basement/Foundation
No Basement
Disabled Accessibility
Ramp Access
Level Lot
Level Drive
Near Bus
Width of Hallways 42" or more
Low Carpet
Interior Door Openings 32" plus
Exterior Door Openings 36" plus
Main Floor Bath
Main Level Bedroom
Stall Shower
Main Level Laundry
Elevator
Cooling
Central Air Conditioning
Ceiling Fan
Inclusions
Window Coverings
Gas Range / Oven
Double Oven
Dishwasher
Refrigerator
Bar Refrigerator
Microwave
Trash Compactor

Exterior

Construction
Wood / Frame
Composition Siding
Other Construction
Common Amenities
Common Recreation / Park Area
Elevator
Outdoor Features
Balcony
Deck

Lot & Land

Location Description
Deciduous Trees
Level Lot
Abuts Park
Historic District
House Faces South
Within City Limits

Additional Property Details

Tax Year
2019
Property Taxes (yearly)
3,205

Green/Energy Features

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