MOUNTAIN TOP HOME WITH VIEWS!!
IDEAL LOCATION FOR PREPPERS!!
PRICE DRASTICALLY REDUCED ~ WON'T LAST LONG AT THIS PRICE!!
This location is rich in history of Old West and prospecting
MIXED ZONING (BED AND BREAKFAST POSSIBLIITES), BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ARE VARIED!
THERE ARE 3 RV SLABS WITH POWER /SEWER/WATER
HOME WITH GUEST HOUSE!
5.32 acres MOSTLY FENCED LOCATED ON TOP OF MOUNTAIN
BACKS TO "THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT"
SELLER MAY CONSIDER FINANCING TO RIGHT BUYER!
Main home includes large master bedroom (27 x 13) with bath; walk-in closet with ample shelves; another full bath; coat closet; large living area with huge picture window to enjoy the spectacular views to the valley floor below and open beam ceiling; dining area complete with cozy window seat; completely remodeled kitchen in 2008 to include all appliances, which were also new in 2008; large laundry room with deep sink, lots of storage, and a door to the porch with access to the circular drive for easy grocery unloading, etc.; large 12 x 16 office/bedroom with double French doors that open to the side section of the covered porch; and a 14 x 16 bedroom with double French doors that open to the same section of porch. The main house also has a gorgeous 100-foot long x 12-foot deep covered porch across the front and it continues on both sides of the house at 28-feet long on each side.
House is 80% tile, carpet in walk-in, industrial-type carpet in office/bedroom, back hallway, and back bedroom that was new in June 2009, as well as freshly painted. There are two 3-ton air conditioning/heat pump units on the roof (the larger sizes for possible future enclosure of any part of the porch with duct work already installed to the porch area), which were installed in 2005. The roof has been totally re-shingled in May 2009 on both houses and the garage! This was done with 30-year architectural shingles.
Guesthouse (or bunkhouse, as we call it) includes two furnished bedrooms with one of the bedrooms having a door to the outside; there is a large rec room area that includes a pool table and a sliding door to the nice covered porch that is 26 x 14 feet deep; one bath; small bar-type kitchen and eating area. Both homes built in 1986 with recent major remodels and upgrades.
Outside, between the two houses, you will find the original rest area for the highway built in 1925. It has four stone pillars and a stone fireplace and chimney. The original stage road to the infamous ghost town of Stanton also runs through the property and it is still visible to this day. There are five restored old buildings and an “outhouse” that is actually a modern half bath (a flush toilet and sink). There is a 900-foot long x approx. 5-foot high rock wall lining the southwest side of the property!
You must see this unique piece of property to believe it. If you have any questions, please call Tom at (928) 671-0115.