Weekly tour of homes
0264 County Road 338 in Parachute is a 5-bedroom, 3-bath log home in the Morrisania Ranch Subdivision on 10 acres. There are 6 acres of hay and 10 shares of Morrisania Ditch water. There’s also a 28-by-50-foot shop, lean-to and hay shed. Listed by Cheryl Chandler, ReMax Mountain West. Priced at $425,000.
77 Hogan Circle in Battlement Mesa is a courtyard villa home. The outside is virtually maintenance-free with a warm stucco finish, tile roof and welcoming patios off the living area and master bedroom. The inside features decorative wood floors and lots of gorgeous tile. Listed by Mary Lee Mohrlang, Colorado Heritage Real Estate. Offered at $229,900.
38 Mesa Vista Place, Battlement Mesa, is a Craftsman-style custom home with Brazilian slab granite, slate, tile, maple cabinets and woodwork. The large master suite features a separate sitting area with spectacular views, a 100-gallon soaking tub and 2-person walk-in shower. Also features an oversize 3-car garage. Listed by Dianne Haynes, Wire Fence Properties. Priced at $449,900.
25 River View Place,
Battlement Mesa. This open, Southwest-style floor plan has lots of Saltillo tile. Enjoy the views from the deck. This inviting home has been impeccably maintained and can be yours for just $277,500. Listed by Del Dawson, ReMax Grand Valley.
59 Hogan Circle, Battlement Mesa, is an old Southwest-style Villa. With almost 1600 square feet, 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, this ranch-style home has custom tile work around the gas fireplace and a wonderful faux finish in the master suite. Listed by Del Dawson, ReMax Grand Valley for $249,900.
43 Spruce Court, Battlement Mesa, is a ranch-style redo with views of the Battlements. The inside has a warm Venetian finish and 8-foot fully mirrored closet doors in the three bedrooms. The 2 bathrooms, kitchen and entry have new tile floors and countertops. There’s RV parking and a large backyard with garden area and fruit trees. Listed by Debbie Giorno, C-21 Rifle Brokers, for $184,999 .
The old Carbondale City Market site would make it possible to centralize a warehouse, a canning and flash freezing facility, and space for a thrift store.
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