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I’m excited to announce that 34 Huckeby Way, Crested Butte is now under contract, while representing the Buyer. This Crested Butte South townhome lives like a single family home, as the only shared wall is the garage. New construction, built on a parcel with mountain and valley views offers beautiful interior design, rustic accents on the exterior and smart, energy efficient, aspects. The 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home offers 1,700 square feet of living space, plus an oversized, heated garage to…
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This serene master bedroom has beautiful oversized windows that are a great source of natural light, and create the feeling of being surrounded by nature without any distractions. Angela Pope’s favorite moments are waking up to the the sun shining on her pillow. Because of the inaccessibility of the house the the green oak frame that supports the roof had to be flown in via helicopter, how cool is that?