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This Amazing Log Home With Deck Looks Out Over The 10 Acres

    View the interior of this Pagosa Springs home with 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. It is located on 10,17 acres in Archuleta County. The log house was put on the market recently, but it won’t be for long. The home is at the end of a cul-de -sac, which means there is no traffic and you have more privacy. This property is ready to welcome your family. The second house is a perfect mother-in law apartment or can accommodate 2 rentals to create an income producing property. The private deck looks over the 10 acres.

    Enjoy your morning cup of coffee while you watch the wildlife. A 22K Generac propane generator is wired directly into the main house, ensuring power at all times. Included in the price are all appliances from both homes. An additional 15 acres of land can be purchased at an additional cost. This property is ideal for your horses and a barn. When people think about fun things to do in Pagosa Springs Colorado, they immediately think about soaking in the legendary hot springs. If you spent a weekend soaking in a hot tub, you’d be happy. Pagosa Springs has plenty of other activities to offer. Pagosa Springs is home to a fantastic downtown area and year-round outdoor sports in the San Juan Mountains. I’ll show a variety of activities to make your visit to Pagosa Springs memorable.

    Downtown Pagosa Springs. Shop and grab something in the historic downtown Pagosa Springs. There are several boutiques in the historic downtown Pagosa Springs where you can browse clothing, souvenirs and more. If you want to do more upscale shopping, you can find antique stores and art gallery. You can also stop by breweries and restaurants for a beer.

    Treasure Falls. Take the family on a short hike to these impressive falls. If you can’t get to Treasure Falls during your stay in Pagosa Springs you can stop there on the way back to Denver. You can see the falls right from the parking lot, but it’s a ¼-mile hike to get to the base (which is a great spot for a family picture!). Piedra Falls, and Silver Falls, are both short hikes suitable for families.

    Pagosa Outside. Whitewater rafting is available on the San Juan River. Whitewater rafting will be an outdoor adventure that everyone will remember long after your trip has ended! Pagosa Outside provides a range of trips including a shorter option for those who don’t know what they are getting into. You won’t have to spend much time traveling from the shop to get there.

    Wolf Creek Pass. Drive this sometimes treacherous, winding road to the Continental Divide. Wolf Creek Pass leads to Treasure Falls. If you continue your climb, you will reach the Continental Divide. The top offers stunning views of the San Juan Mountain Range. This scenic drive is perfect for those who don’t want to do anything more strenuous.

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