This ranch style home at 2318 Firstview Dr is on a quiet street with large trees and has no HOA. Inside has 2 separate living areas, office, and an open kitchen. The large backyard features a covered patio, raised flower beds, and privacy – a little outdoor oasis, perfect to drink your morning coffee or to have friends over to BBQ. Large insulated and heated 2-car garage. Brand new roof. Home has been pre-inspected. Contact Meagan Griesel for your private showing at 970-691-0056 for more information or click the link below for more details.
Enjoy time with family and friends at 4031 Capstone Ct in the spacious living room or treat yourself to a wonderful meal cooked in the open kitchen. The master bathroom offers a place to retreat in the huge soaking tub. Stay warm in front of the fire during the winter or kick back and enjoy the huge yard in the summer. A nice shed keeps all your tools and projects secure and the patio is a fantastic space for entertaining. You can’t beat this location close to great schools, Front Range Village and more! Call Sarah Schilz for your private showing at 970-817-0906 or click the link below for more details.
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