Coming soon! $430,000Wow. Don't miss this incredible Skyway home in CDE's highest-rated school district in the state: Cheyenne Mountain 12. This spacious and updated mid-century rancher is
New Cheyenne Mountain Area Colorado Springs Home Coming Soon
Coming soon! $430,000
Wow. Don't miss this incredible Skyway home in CDE's highest-rated school district in the state: Cheyenne Mountain 12. This spacious and updated mid-century rancher is much more open than the typical home from the era. The Brazilian granite counters and cherry cabinets beckon you into the remodeled kitchen with professional grade DCS gas stove and flows seamlessly into the family room with hardwoods, an elevated ceiling, fireplace, and 4 skylights. Original refurbished hardwoods through the 3 main level bedrooms and living room. Both bathrooms on the main level have also been meticulously redone with another skylight in the main bathroom reminiscent of more modern homes. The professionally done full garden-level basement has plenty of light throughout, new carpet, another bedroom with bathroom, and a large area for laundry. A detached 2 car garage, sizable backyard, and impressive landscaping complement the house perfectly. Newer vinyl windows including a large bay window in the living room and garden window in the kitchen. Updated electrical, humidifier, ac, family room wired for surround sound and a brand new sewer line - the list of updates in your new home are first-rate. And all of this just two blocks from the splendor of 545 acre Bear Creek Regional Park. Don’t miss out on this one!
With 12 years in public education as a teacher and 3 years as a Realtor, I bring that background to help educate home buyers and sellers along the Front Range from Denver to Colorado Springs and up th....
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