$237,500


MLS 864749, Active - Backup
  • Attached Dwelling
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Total Baths
  • 689 SQFT
In the Heart of Old Town! This unit has been redone and features 2 bedrooms and 1 bath, large kitchen, granite counters, custom cabinets and new flooring. Nice balcony provides space to be outside. This is a great opportunity in a fantastic location!

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Property Details

Property Type
Attached Dwelling
Style
1 Story/Ranch
Subdivision
Upstreet Lofts
County
Larimer
Year Built
1971

Schools

Elementary
Putnam
Middle
Lincoln
High
Poudre
District
Poudre

HOA

Has HOA
Yes
HOA Fee
$195
Billing Frequency
Monthly

HOA Fee Includes
Trash
Snow Removal
Lawn Care
Management
Water / Sewer
Hazard Insurance

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Broker Associate / Partner

970-237-0585

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Interior

Basement/Foundation
No Basement

Design Features
Eat-in Kitchen
Heating
Forced Air
Cooling
Room Air Conditioner
Inclusions
Window Coverings, Gas Range / Oven, Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Clothes Washer, Clothes Dryer, Microwave

Exterior

Construction
Brick/Brick Veneer

Common Amenities
No Amenities
Outdoor Features
Balcony

Additional Property Details

Zoning
NCB
Estimated Taxes
$1,305
Tax Year
2017

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