$295,000


MLS 867274, Active - Backup
  • Attached Dwelling
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Total Baths
  • 1,188 SQFT
Beautifully maintained & upgraded 2 bed, 2 ba main floor unit with over-sized 1 car detached garage. Gorgeous oak wood floors accent the main living area & kitchen. Living room has cozy fireplace & access to private covered patio with storage closet. New carpet in bedrooms, new furnace and like new A/C. All appliances are included. Newer light fixtures add charm to the home. HOA includes water, basic cable, trash, snow removal, exterior maintenance, pool & workout room. Handicapped Accessible.

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Property Details

Property Type
Attached Dwelling
Style
1 Story/Ranch
Subdivision
Timbers
County
Larimer
Year Built
2004
Garage Spaces
1
Garage Type
Detached

Schools

Elementary
Bacon
Middle
Preston
High
Fossil Ridge
District
Poudre

HOA

Has HOA
Yes
HOA Fee
$270
Billing Frequency
Monthly

HOA Fee Includes
Common Amenities
Trash
Snow Removal
Lawn Care
Management
Common Utilities
Cable TV
Water / Sewer

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Interior

Basement/Foundation
No Basement

Disabled Accessibility
Level Lot
Level Drive
Width of Hallways 42" or more
Low Carpet
Interior Door Openings 32" plus
Main Floor Bath
Main Level Bedroom
Main Level Laundry
Design Features
Eat-in Kitchen
Open Floor Plan
Walk-in Closet
Washer / Dryer Hookups
Wood Floors
Heating
Forced Air
Cooling
Central Air Conditioning
Fireplace Type
Gas Fireplace
Living Room Fireplace
Inclusions
Window Coverings, Electric Range / Oven, Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Clothes Washer, Clothes Dryer, Microwave, Garage Door Opener, Disposal, Smoke Alarm(s)

Exterior

Construction
Wood/Frame

Common Amenities
Clubhouse
Pool
Exercise Room
Outdoor Features
Patio
Oversized Garage

Lot & Land

Location Description
Native Grass
Level Lot
House Faces West

Additional Property Details

Zoning
Res
Estimated Taxes
$1,696
Tax Year
2017

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