Realtor Tour New Castle/Silt
Realtor TourTuesday, February 1, 2005New Castle / SiltIf you would like to view any of these new listings call your professional RealtorIn the late 1940s, subdivisions were born out of the grateful response of a nation honoring its war veterans and their need for housing. Subdivisions were planned for their easy commute to business and industry; they were designed to include grocery stores, gas stations, schools and playgrounds in the neighborhoods. They had wide streets, sidewalks and street lights. The average 3 bedroom 1 bath home sold for around $7000. It was a good plan and scores of veterans bought homes with no money down. Today, Castle Valley Ranch is a good example of just how good that original plan was and the improvements that have been added to the basic concept. MLS#87106713 Storm King CircleCastle Valley RanchThis Castle Valley Ranch home has all the amenities you want. It has three bedrooms, two and a half baths, and main floor master suite. There is a covered front porch and a two-car garage. The sprinkler system is already in place. Listed at $289,000. Michelle James, Vickie Lee Green Realtors, LLCMLS#87124468 PalmettoCastle Valley RanchIs there anything better than fresh paint and new carpeting in a home? This is a neat two-bedroom home with parking space for toys and RVs and a fenced back yard for your buddy. Offered at $229,000. Robin Bennett, Vickie Lee Green Realtors, LLCMLS#86966329 Grande ButteNew CastleThe nice thing about living at the end of the street is that people coming down the street are either friends coming to see you or they are lost, in which case you have chance to meet new friends. This charming home at the end of the street has a wonderful porch to greet your friends, a great deck to entertain friends and plenty of room to put them up for the night. This is a super three- or four-bedroom home in a unique location. Priced $289,900. Beth Cook, Home Town Real Estate CompanyMLS#87144821 East First StreetNew CastleHave you always loved the warm homey look of a log home but hated the idea of living on a plot of untamed ground that’s 20 miles from the nearest Starbucks, full of wild, hairy critters and strange night sounds? Then this property is perfect for you. This wonderful log has all the charm of a mountain setting with the convenience and the civilization of the suburbs. This home has three bedrooms, a loft, a two-car garage and a manageable yard. Offered at $269,000. Michelle James, Vickie Lee Green, LLCMLS#830694073 214 RoadSiltIn a country house, the heart of the home is the kitchen. The kitchen is the gathering room, the communications center and the place for nourishment for body and soul. This is a wonderful new country home with the kitchen at its heart. The 8th Street Deli catered a fabulous lunch staged in this great kitchen for the open house, and as I sat on the south-facing covered porch enjoying the early afternoon sun and my lunch, I was impressed with the serenity of this property. There are five bedrooms and three and a half baths. The colors in this home are soft and inviting. There are over 4,000 square feet of living space. There are 4.37 acres, a horse barn, a riding arena and a two-car garage. There are terrific views across the valley and a wonderful feel of peacefulness. Offered at $695,000. Glenn Ault, Aspen Land and Homes Glenwood SpringsThis review was written byJudith DouglassDouglass Real EstateDouglassrealestate.com970-876-2039
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