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Welcome Home: Coming soon: lake views or a mountain side

Butch Elich & Paula ParkerSpecial to the Daily
Special to the DailyCurl up with a book and enjoy the fireplace at 204 C Lake Forest in Frisco.
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Imagine yourself, after a busy but productive week winding your way up I-70 on a Friday evening to your new condo at 204 C Lake Forest. It’s after dark when you pull into your garage, gather a few things and head to the master suite for a good night rest! Morning comes and you glance out the oversize-glass patio door in awe because you never cease to be amazed by the view across Lake Dillon’s Giberson Bay to Baldy and Guyot Peaks… Sunset? No less breathtaking! This two-bedroom two-bath at Lake Forest offers wonderful access to the lake and recreation path. Conveniently launch your kayak or canoe, go for a bike ride or bring a chair and a fishing pole and plant yourself on the bank for an enjoyable weekend! A great property in an awesome location, central to everything. Or wake up in your single-family detached patio home just steps from the trail and national forest. Hike up to Rainbow Lake or to Breckenridge if you need a little more exercise. A detached home but wait, it has a clubhouse with a pool, several hot tubs, racquet ball, tennis, trash service, horseshoe pits and sand volleyball! This three-bed-plus-den, three-bath home is in perfect condition, with newly redone knotty pine cabinets throughout and all the oiled bronze hardware to set them off. You have to see it to appreciate all it has to offer. The finished garage has a built-in coat rack and hat and glove bin and two ski tune/wax benches for the avid skier. Off the beaten path, back on Hunter Circle, this mountain house is ready o be your next mountain home. Call today for all the details and happy Memorial Day weekend.Welcome Home is written by Butch Elich & Paula Parker. You can find them online at elich.com.


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