Here are the homes that set the boundaries for sales in Fort Collins CO during 2012:
Most Expensive Home
The most expensive home sold in Fort Collins in 2012 was an 850 sq.ft. 2-bedroom log cabin on 330 acres, located in the Livermore area. With water rights, irrigation pivots, a pond and North Fork river access, it sold for $1,850,000 after 311 days on the market.
Least Expensive Home
The 2012 least expensive home was a 719 sq.ft. 2 bedroom ranch-style home in the Wellington area, sold in "as-is" condition for $48,000. It was on the market for 70 days.
Weighing in at a massive 14,604 sq.ft., with 14,249 sq.ft. finished, this 35 acre equestrian lot home with 5 bedrooms, 9 baths, a home theatre, a wine cellar, 1000 ft. of lake frontage, a 1500 sq.ft. garage and great views sold for an incredible $525,000. It was originally listed in 2007 for $3,200,000, but suffered serious fire damage in 2009, and finally sold in "as-is" condition in 2012.
At a whopping 384 sq.ft., this 1986 1 bedroom, 1 bath ranch overlooking Horsetooth Reservoir on a .6 acre lot was the smallest home sold in 2012, selling for $77,000 after 207 days on the market.
If you're thinking about a new home, and your ideal fit would fall somewhere in between these extremes, take a look at Fort Collins CO Homes for Sale. If you find something interesting, please give us a call - we would be pleased to show you any of these homes, big or small, expensive or affordable, at your convenience.