Captivating East River Views, Crested Butte, CO

SOLD | 0.61± Acres

Crested Butte, Colorado

Captivating East River Views, Crested Butte, CO

Status: Sold

Address: 207 Kubler Street

City/ST/ZIP: Crested Butte, Colorado, 81224

County: Gunnison County

Property Description

207 Kubler Street is the perfect location to build your dream home in the mountains. You will be hard-pressed to find views of the mountains AND the water, but this flat, easy to build on Lot has just that. It sits on .61 acres and overlooks the East River where you can see and hear the movement of the rushing water below.  Your backdrop will be the amazing mountain peaks of Red, Round, and Whetstone and Mt. Crested Butte in the front yard. Imagine lounging on your back deck and being captivated by such beauty and majestic sounds of the river. It is truly breathtaking!


LOCATION AND RECREATION

  • CB South is centrally located, with an easy 9-minute drive just south of downtown Crested Butte, 15 minutes to the ski resort in Mt. Crested Butte, and only 20 minutes north of Gunnison. The free bus shuttle stops at the community town park if you don't feel like driving. The amenities in CB South are plentiful year-round. During the non-snowy months, there's tennis, a large ball field for soccer and baseball, a huge playground, a basketball court, and a community garden. You can spend an hour hiking to "the caves", located just outside the neighborhood, or hit the nearby bike trails. You'll also have access to the conservation easement along the East River that borders the community that the homeowners association purchased, allowing you to fish and enjoy the wildlife. Winter activities will not disappoint in that there is a hockey rink and skating pond with a warming hut or go hit the Nordic trails, groomed for classic and skate skiing or snowshoeing.
  • The commercial district in CB South is growing by leaps and bounds! Some of the staples of the community have been Camp 4 Coffee, the CBS General Store, Little Red School House, Alpengardner and Red Mountain Liquors, to name a few, but over the recent years a fitness center, Tully's restaurant, interior design showroom, physical therapy office, a couple eateries, and the newly built dentist office have been added....and it keeps growing. It is the perfect addition to this ever-growing community!
  • The outdoor recreation is second to none in the Gunnison Valley. There is something for everyone every season of the year!
  • Summer is full-on hiking, mountain or road biking, along the miles and miles of trails and roadways. You can explore a new trail each and everyday! If getting on the water is your thing, whether it is to fish or kayak, the rivers are calling your name. You'll be able to fish for that record-size rainbow, brown, kokanee salmon, or lake trout on the Taylor, East, or Gunnison Rivers, to name a few of the local rivers. Blue Mesa is less than an hour away, home to Colorado's largest body of water, where you can take the boat out for the day and also ice fish in the winter.
  • Fall means hunting here in the Gunnison Valley. The Game Management Units around the area include #53, 54, 55, 67, and 551. Approximately 80% of Gunnison County is public land, so you will have a ton of terrain to find that trophy elk, mule deer, black bear, mountain lion moose, bighorn sheep, or antelope!
  • After a day of outdoor recreation, head to charming downtown Crested Butte where you can enjoy a great meal or drink in one of the delicious restaurants and bars and wander down Elk Avenue shopping in the quaint shops along the way. You'll love the feel of Crested Butte's historic mining town vibe and friendly folks.
  • Nearby Gunnison offers 2 grocery stores, Walmart, lots of restaurants, and is home to Gunnison Valley Hospital, Western State University, and jet service Crested Butte/Gunnison Regional Airport. Denver International Airport is 5 hours away.
  • If you are interested in living in the mountains of Crested Butte and want to build the riverfront home you are dreaming of, this parcel at 207 Kubler Street is perfect.

NOTE: The charming Victorian-style home next door, offering 6 Bedrooms and 6 Baths, is currently for sale if you don't want to build, but love the thought of more river to look down upon.  Currently price $1,600,000. See our website or call me for details. Barb Myers (970) 209-9941.


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Barb Myers

Email: barb@sjsportingproperties.com

Phone: (970) 209-9941

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