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MLS 897911, Active - Backup
  • Residential
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Total Baths
  • 817 SQFT
Great Old Town bungalow close to all that Old Town Fort Collins has to offer! Near the Max transit center, Lee Martinez Park, the Farm, Fort Collins Museum of Discovery and the Poudre River trail. Close to restaurants, the music scene and shopping. Alley access alongside the property provides option for off-street parking! New paint inside and out, new carpet and a brand new roof. Accessory building (not exceeding 600sf) w/ vehicle access from alley could be built, pending building permit review. The property is not large enough for a carriage house.

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Property Details

Property Type
1 Story/Ranch
West Side
Year Built



Paul Schnaitter

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Outdoor Features
Storage Buildings
Natural Gas
Cable TV Available
Satellite Avail
High Speed Avail


Finished SQFT
Crawl Space

Window Coverings
Electric Range / Oven


Wood/Frame, Metal Siding
Enclosed Fenced Area

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Location Description
House Faces South
Within City Limits

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