Own a Home at the Base of Grays Peak, a Retreat in the Middle of Arapaho National Forest

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Welcome to “6 Trees,” a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a slice of heaven at the base of one of Colorado’s famed “14ers.” Listed by LIV Sotheby’s International Realty broker Michelle Campbell, 1781 Stevens Gulch Road is set in picturesque Silver Plume, Colorado, for $1,990,000.

“’6 Trees’ is an amazing retreat located in the middle of Arapaho National Forest on the base of Grays Peak. Architected by prominent Denver architect Stuart Ohlson, this property offers a unique opportunity to own a mining claim and a large home that is completely off-the-grid. As the home was architected to meld with the outdoors, you will enjoy amazing views from any spot in the house. There is even a jacuzzi – no better place to enjoy the stars,” said Campbell.

Sitting on five stunning acres, the home is complete with four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The home also boasts vaulted ceilings, rustic interior, access to Quayle Creek, a riverside patio, a jacuzzi, ultimate privacy, and amazing views from every angle. The name “6 Trees” comes from the six pillars that support the house, which is built on a hillside to withstand drastic weather changes. The house is completely off-the-grid with electricity supplied by propane generators and constant running water from a well.

“6 Trees” is a rare opportunity to own five acres of land, including the Josephine mining claim, in the middle of a National Forest with freedom from interference. Located on the Quayle Creek off of Stevens Gulch Road, this retreat is on the way to the renowned trailhead for Grays Peak. Ideally located only 10 minutes from Loveland Ski Area and Georgetown but surrounded by forest and dramatic views – “6 Trees” is true mountain living without sacrificing any desired amenities.

“As an added bonus, ‘6 Trees’ is currently registered with the hut association and has a manager who has agreed to stay on for at least the next three years if desired,” added Campbell.

As one of only four privately owned parcels in the area, “6 Trees” is a unique opportunity that won’t last long. To learn more about “6 Trees,” 1781 Stevens Gulch Road in Silver Plume, contact Michelle Campbell directly at 303.514.6164.

The highest level of integrity, professionalism, and expertise in real estate awaits you. Call 303.893.3200 or visit livsothebysrealty.com to discuss all of your real estate needs. For more information contact Kelli Williams, director of public relations, at 303.486.3738.

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