This 4000+ square foot mountain home begins with a dramatic Great Room offering 180 degree views of pine covered hills, mountains and serene meadows. The spacious family residence offers four bedrooms, a lower level family room, office nook, spacious kitchen with eating island, large dining room, and four and a half baths.
The main level features spectacular views from Wolf Creek Pass to Mission Ridge. Soaring beamed ceilings with skylights bring in the bright Rocky Mountain sunlight onto hardwood oak flooring. In addition to the Great Room, this entry level provides the large kitchen, spacious dining for 14, master suite with Jacuzzi bath, guest bedroom with full bath and direct access to the garage, laundry and mud room. Special needs access from garage is available via a custom ramp. Three view decks reward occupants with vistas of the surrounding nature, sunrise to sunset.
The lower level features a generous family room with a separate house entrance leading to a flagstone patio and picturesque yard. Two large bedrooms with queen and twin beds are adjacent to the family room. Two full baths service the lower level and additional bed space is provided in the family room’s queen-size futon. All rooms are over-sized to accommodate large or small numbers and multi-family use.
The Colorado Plateau is your back yard at Sweetwater.
Wildlife at Sweetwater includes deer, elk, red tail hawk, porcupines, raccons, golden eagles to mention a few. During the summer months you may see the occasional bear looking for chokecherries or blueberries in season.
Three major ski areas within from 1-3 hours from Sweetwater: Telluride, Wolf Creek, Purgatory (Durango Mountain Resort).
The Durango-Silverton Railway departs daily during the summer and fall. Mesa Verde (a scenic 1 1/2 hours from Sweetwater), or Chimney Rock or Aztec Ruins offer a spectacular perspective into the history of the Colorado Plateau. Durango is a destination town for kayaking, mountain biking, fly fishing, white water rafting, hiking or just relaxing and walking along the Animas River in our town nestled in the San Juan Mountains