The home has just undergone a complete remodel, it is absolutely
beautiful! It is log and frame construction with lots of adobe
type bricks, 2600+ S.F. It has a beautiful redwood deck that
wraps around to a unique adobe patio that is surrounded in
landscape. It has a large single car carport. The kitchen
has hickory cabinets with granite countertops, two sinks,
a gas range, stainless appliances and north facing windows
that look out to an awesome patio with flower and rock gardens.
There are 3 - 4 bedrooms (depending on how you use them),
all are large, the master suite is very large with a walk-in
ladies closet and a large mens closet. The master bath
has a jetted tub, individual shower, heated tile floor, a
unique Victorian vanity, granite countertop and tub decks.
The living room area is quite unique with an open concept
floor plan into the kitchen. One area features a hand cut
rock wall that has a gas fireplace with an authentic Winchester
1873 model inlaid into the rock. Another area of the living
room is a tiled, in-floor heated, vaulted ceiling, sunroom
type room with lots of windows with exceptional views
one of which is the Twin Buttes. The lower level bathroom
is beautiful with a heated tile floor, a beautifully tiled
walk-in shower and a Victorian vanity. This is a unique Colorado
mountain home that would please the most discriminating family.
Imagine, you could walk about 150' to your business or you
can walk out the back door and hike up the canyon to an authentic
ancient American Indian Petroglyph. You can hop on your bicycle
and trek up the most popular bike riding road in the Durango
area or get on your mountain bike and ride on mountain trails
all the way to downtown Durango. In the winter you can snowshoe
or cross country ski right out the door on your own trails.
This is a photo of the sunroom which is actually
part of the living area. It has in-floor heat and the house
has a new heating boiler that is state of art and high efficiency.
These windows face the south and bring in solar heat in winter.
This photo shows the canyon towards the north,
this is BLM/National Forest and goes on forever! You can hike
up the canyon heading north about 3-4 miles to meet up with
the Colorado Wilderness Trail. Also up on the cliffs towering
over the property are petroglyphs (historic Indian paintings)
The home was originally built in 1978 by Larry
Barns Home Builders Co. Larry was one of the most prestigious
Log Home Builders in the area at that time. In 1980, the house
was remodeled and more than doubled in size as the Hartmans
started their family.
In 2015, the home was extensively remodeled. Nearly the entire
home has been updated to make it very comfortable to the most