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225 GCR 4612

$ 289,000
Location: South of Grand Lake
Acreage: 0.74
Year Built: 1947
Taxes: $ 495.64 R309802
County: Grand

SOLD at $ 255,000

Listed by: Mountain Lake Properties

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$289,000 for Rustic Group of Cabins, ideal for those who love the outdoors. Vacation rentals or long term housing, zoned Tourist. 

7/10 of an acre with 3 cabins. Enjoy the lake view from open deck up the hill from the cabins. Own a slice of Grand Lake history!

3 livable Cabins are included:  3 Bedroom, 1 Bedroom and Studio, storage building and Well House.

(The 3 Bedroom cabin is a fixer-upper needing some plumbing work and a valve replaced.)

Shared Well House on the property is insulated for year round use.  Public sewer. No homeowners association. County plows the road.

Easy access along Highway 34, three miles south of Grand Lake. 
R309802 Perry L. Miller Tracts: Lot B.  #225 GCR 4612


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Just a few blocks walk from the popular fishing canal and from Pine Beach Recreation Area - wooded acreage with picnic tables and wildlife - right where the Colorado River spills into Shadow Mountain Lake. A mile down paved Road 66 is Greenridge Boat Launch on Shadow Mountain Lake from which you can boat into Grand Lake and tie up at the public docks.
 
Many of the cabins along here date back to around 1932 through the 1940's. There was a pie shop around these cabins of which old-timers had fond memories. Years ago, because of the curve of Road 461 just off 34, this area was known as Crescent Camp. The cabins to the south shared a common bath house across the road;
that is now a privately owned cabin. Zoning is Tourist, which may permit you to run a business from your home legally and to put out a sign. If this is important to you, you might check with the Planning Department at Community Development in the Grand County Courthouse; the switchboard is 970-725-3347. The Lehman Irrigation stream, a scenic small stream to splash in, runs along the property most of the summer and into the fall.

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