Built like a fortress in the 1930’s. This historic home on 2.6 acres Weld County would tell some stories if walls could talk. Speaking of walls, perhaps their unexpected 13-inch thickness might trigger some wonder; if not, the uniquely mysterious window inside the front coat closet should. A long-abandoned vault in the basement surely once held intriguing objects; what other secrets might yet be undiscovered? Blending the old and the new, this historic home you’ll find all the hard work already done.
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- Lovingly renovated, updated, and restored, this 3 bedroom, one-and-a-half bath country home retains many original historic features. Inside, you’ll discover mahogany doors with original knobs, oak floors, and hand-hammered, adjustable wrought iron railings. You’ll find a beautifully remodeled kitchen dressed in solid hickory cabinetry featuring soft-close drawers and doors, pullout shelving, and under-cabinet lighting. A travertine backsplash compliments the granite countertops. Whether you find yourself cooking a gourmet meal or pouring a mug of hot chocolate in the wintertime, you’ll enjoy the heated flooring, new Whirlpool convection microwave, Samsung double oven, and stainless steel refrigerator. Unlike many historic homes, you’ll find all of the hard work already done for you here, including: a whole house fan, fully updated electric, plumbing, 60-gallon hot water heater, plus a water softening system. On the upper level, sunny bedrooms reveal the architectural charm of this unique brick, Tudor-style home. The fully remodeled bathroom includes a spacious walk-in shower and heated tile floor. Plaster wall finishes make this home feel cool in the summer and cozy in the fall and winter months.
- After admiring the extensive interior renovations, step outside and catch a glimpse of the Rocky Mountains on the horizon. Shifting your eyes from the expansive view, you’ll see that the home is topped with a new roof, gutters, and reflects light from energy-efficient fiberglass windows installed in July of 2019. Stamped-concrete porches support your comings and goings at both the back and front doors of the home. A pipe fence surrounds the entire property, and the grassy yard is cross-fenced. With an upgraded 400 amp service to the property, you’ll appreciate the commercial-rated electric gate providing an extra dose of security and convenience as you enjoy the outdoor spaces included in this special find. New water lines runto the yard including two frost-free hydrants located in the front and north sides of the yard. The house faucet offers both hot and cold water, and septic isn’t a concern with a new system and leach field installed in the fall of 2014. Near the horse barn, sits a newly built 45 x 48 foot, insulated shop featuring its own 200 amp service, two 10 x 10 foot doors, and an additional 12 x 10 foot door with six inch concrete floor on that bay. A third outbuilding, resided and reroofed in the spring of 2019 added a new, manual garage door to complete its transformation.
Horse Facility Features
- Moving along to the barn, you’ll discover an insulated, five stall horse barn with 12 x 20 runs and hay storage area. Humans won’t have all the upgrades to themselves—this updated horse barn boasts all new metal, new windows, 100 Amp service. There is an additional pipe-fenced pen that is 25x45 with an insulated shelter. New water line runs conveniently from the house to the barn. But perhaps your favorite feature of all will be watching your horses run and play in the fully-fenced front paddocks, just outside your dining room windows. When their sense of freedom lends itself to a want of shade and security, a 12 x 24 foot shelter is already in place for them to enjoy.
- Add your boot marks to the history of this unique and intriguing property as you enjoy the beauty, security, and convenience of this well-loved ranch of your dreams.
- 14 miles
- 14 miles
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7493 US-85, Fort Lupton, Weld County, Colorado