Listing ID: 9966581
MLS Status: Active
Original List Price: $830,000
Property Type: Residential
Property Subtype: Townhouse
Building Area Total: 2,156
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.5
Levels: Three Or More
County: Routt
Year Built: 1981
Subdivision Name: Highlands Townhomes
Parking: Community Parking Garage

Located on a private cul-de-sac overlooking the 2nd tee box of the prestigious Rollingstone Ranch Golf Course, this inviting 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath Highlands Townhome has tremendous views of the valley, Flattops, and surrounding mountains. Only minutes from Steamboat’s Ski Area, this well-built home features an open floor plan with beautiful wood floors, a cozy stone gas fireplace, and a high ceiling for plenty of natural light. The new, large back deck includes a hot tub perfect for relaxing after a long day of skiing and room for summer barbeques and watching sunsets. There is plenty of storage for all your gear, and the large underground shared garage keeps your cars warm in the winter and cool in the summer. A great neighborhood close to the mountain and downtown, this association only includes 3 units and takes care of all the landscaping, snow removal, and more. Enjoy summer days on the golf course or winter afternoons cross-country skiing from your back door.

About the Author

Melissa Valrey is The Boyd Team’s full-time Marketing Director. With over 9 years of real estate marketing experience, Melissa creates a vivid image of your property to help create a storyline for prospective buyers. First impressions are everything when it comes to selling your property, and she makes sure that your listing has the highest quality advertising copy and images to put it above the rest. She also manages all of the marketing and exposure your property will receive. Your listing will have 24-hour exposure through Sotheby’s affiliate websites, glossy brochures, informational packets, and direct mailings. She works closely with the marketing department at Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty to create print advertisements published in Homefinder, Steamboat Magazine, The Steamboat Pilot, and other print publications.