This beautiful handcrafted log cabin is 2,016 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The cabin is completely off-grid with a 4kw solar panel and storage battery setup for electricity and a 7.5kw backup propane generator. Water to this mountain log cabin is supplied by a domestic well and there is a 500 gallon propane tank to fuel the appliances. The cabin is nicely furnished and most of the furnishings are included in the price. The kitchen and dining area, along with one bedroom, bathroom and great room with a wood burning stove occupy the main level. The upper loft of this mountain log cabin contains the master suite. The lower walkout-level has another bedroom, bathroom, family room and a garage to store all of the toys. A large window wall in the great room allows for passive solar collection and natural light. The windows also overlook the pond and capture the amazing views, stretching all the way to the San Juan mountain range near Telluride, CO. A covered porch and large deck create additional outdoor living space to take in the beauty of the surrounding area.
The property is located in the covenant controlled, Aspen Hills subdivision, which has locked gate privacy and exclusive subdivision access to the Grand Mesa National Forest. This 35-acre parcel sits in a beautiful park setting at 8,500’ in elevation. The property features a very nicely handcrafted mountain log cabin and also contains a seasonal stream and spring fed pond with water rights. The pond attracts plenty of wildlife including waterfowl, wild turkey, elk and mule deer. Located in GMU 411, this mountain log cabin provides a prime base camp location for big game hunting and year round Colorado mountain recreation.
Cedaredge, CO is a small town of about 2,000 area residents situated on the western slope of Colorado. About 1 hour south of Grand Junction and approximately 45 minutes north of Montrose, CO—both with regional airports. This mountain log cabin property lies about 20 minutes north of Cedaredge. Over 500 square miles of National Forest is accessible through the subdivision, for endless mountain recreation; including hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, fishing, hunting, and Nordic skiing to name just a few. There are also plenty of trails and space on the Grand Mesa for snowmobiling, ATV and UTV riding and much more. The town of Cedaredge offers several restaurants, a hardware store and lumberyard and a grocery store in addition to a very nice public 18-hole golf course.