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39841 Highway 160
Mancos, CO 81328
Residential$327,500Active MLS# 767408
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6 private acres fronting BLM, just a few minutes from Mancos and No Covenants. This nice 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home is tucked in a private, sheltered cove, protected from north and east blowing wind but with huge southern exposure. All appliances including heat and hwh are electric. That's great news when this place has an impressive solar system (the inverter was just replaced May 2019). There is electric service but the entire electric bill is currently supplemented by the solar panels. In addition to the home, there is a special 1 room structure with a unique wood stove and those incredible views framed by large windows. This quaint retreat is perfect for an art studio or a special get-away. The bricks used for construction are made by the current Owner from shale off this land mixed with sand. It is a very unique and special addition to the whole property. The mature landscaping has been produced from years of tlc and hard work. There are several beds with drip systems, and Seller will throw in an older manifold, pressure reducer, filter and timer if you'd like. Also included is a greenhouse with 100 gal and 40 gal water storage containers. 1000 gal septic was just pumped and a new riser was put in. There are numerous organic grow beds with drip irrigation and established production records. Two pear trees (along the split rail fence), apricot tree (near tall spruce) and perennial asparagus beds (east side of house). The wind and sound buffer of evergreens include Spruce and Arizona Cypress. The Silver Maple provides ample shading as does the ornamental Crab Apple.