Colorado Mountain Serenity - 22275 Cook Lane Morrison, CO 80465 For years, people have been flocking to Colorado, for the beautiful scenery, the outdoor lifestyle, the 300+ days of sunshine and in recent years we are seeing thousands of people move to Colorado every month. One of the biggest draws is the mountains, I talk to people all the time that say they come here to ski, to fish, to hike and climb 14'ers. They love the true four seasons that we enjoy here. But what is interesting is that as close as the mountains are to Denver, they literally are the western boundary of the city, very few people end up living in the mountains.
However those that do, find that mountain living is the real reason Colorado is so special. I had the privelege of living in the mountains outside of Denver for a handful of years, and it truly was like going on vacation every single day after a day at work.
If you desire this lifestyle then you can have it all at this beautiful custom mountain home on a level (very rare) acre plus lot. Nestled in and aspen grove this wonderful cedar sided home has been meticulously cared for by the original owners for the past 26 years. The time has come for them to move on and pass along this great mountain property. Some of the finer details of this home include a detached oversized 2 car mechanic/handymans workshop, with full 110 and 220 electric service, fully insulated and heated. The workshop has its own entry, drive and additional RV parking and the road that leads to the workshop is also the fire escape for the mountain if the need ever arises.
The exterior has been maintained every other year to protect and preserve the quality of the wood throughout Colorado's seasons. The 50 year roof is just 4 years old, and the furnace is new last year. The kitchen has been expanded from the original plans to enjoy large gatherings and the deck off the entry allows for enjoying that incredible Colorado weather year round.
The home is just 9 miles from C-470 just off Highway 285 and faces southwest near the top of Doubleheader Mountain. The roads are all paved and the county makes sure to clear them in the winter for the school buses, which stop just a few feet from the driveway, which is a 75 yard long concrete pad leading to the attched 2 car garage and plenty of extra parking. RTD has two bus stops and parking within 5 minutes of the mountain, so if you prefer not to drive the relatively short commute to Denver, you have that option.
If you or someone you know has been looking for their slice of Colorado paradise, this could be the perfect opportunity, please take a look at the full tour and share with someone you might know that is looking to live the ideal Colorado lifestyle.