One side of duplex (both are for sale), 3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 car garages (ADU ready to convert to living space easily) Upgraded finishes, high quality construction, designer touches with barn doors, quartzite counters, beautiful cabinetry & LED lighting throughout, Frigidaire stainless steel appliances, ceiling fans, marble in bathrooms, jetted tub in master, deep soaking tub in secondary bathroom, closet organizers, durable engineered wood & tile flooring, extensive electrical work, pre-wired for alarm, cameras, internet, catv, exterior soffit plugs for holiday lighting, (complete technology installation available). Rennai unlimited hot water heaters, AC equipped, extensive concrete driveways and walkways with stamped details, and over sized garages. Lancscape design services available. Property taxes TBA, the assessor will re-asses the new construction and the tax amount will increase. Located in the heart of the San Luis Valley, A bit supernatural and mysterious, the mystical San Luis Valley is one of the more unusual and beautiful parts of Colorado. With impressive mountain peaks, rolling sand dunes, wide-open spaces, unique events, rich history, and endless outdoor recreational opportunities, a trip to the valley should be on everyone’s Colorado bucket list. Located in the south-central part of Colorado, the valley dips its toes into northern New Mexico and spans more than 500,000 acres of public land. Surrounded by the peaks of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains to the east and the San Juan Mountains to the west, the valley is home to 14,000-foot jagged peaks, towering sand dunes, hot springs, waterfalls, and is the headwaters to the Rio Grande River. Year round you can find a plethora of the most interesting activities in the state. From nifty natural landmarks, to bizarre manmade creations, you’re in a visual treat in the San Luis Valley. Sportsmen, birdwatchers and photographers will be at home in a number of state wildlife areas in the valley.Colorado is home to four national parks, one of which resides in the San Luis Valley. The Great Sand Dunes National Park is home to the tallest sand dunes in North America, the Star. Coupled with its towering dunes, the park is also home to the Medano Creek and beach (seasonally), a diverse landscape of grasslands, wetlands, green forests, and alpine lakes. Hiking, backpacking, camping, and sandboarding are just some of the popular outdoor activities available at the park. Due to its remote location, it’s designated as an International Dark Sky Park and is a favorite for stargazers and photographers alike. The valley is home to 10 14,000-foot mountain peaks: Mt. Lindsey, Crestone Peak and Crestone Needle, Ellington and Challenger Point, San Luis Peaks, Little Bear, Kit Carson, Humboldt, and Blanca. Wheeler Geologic Area is Colorado’s first designated national monument and is one of the most remote destinations in Colorado, making it one of the hardest locations to reach. This natural phenomenon consists of a massive outcropping of layers of volcanic ash, which was a result of the eruption of La Garita Caldera. For those who seek higher ground for their adventures, rock climbing in Penitente Canyon is a must. What was once a haven and refuge for Native Indians in the area, today it serves as a rock-climbing mecca. It is primarily a sport-climbing spot with over 300 bolted routes and opportunities for bouldering. Keep your eye out for rock paintings from those who first made the canyon home. While in the Penitente Canyon area you can also take a drive back to the Natural Arch, and gaze at its heavenly glory from beneath (or atop). Take in the views of a cascading waterfall, the expansive valley floor, and the Sand Dunes National Park with a short hike to Zapata Falls. Located at the base of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, the roughly two-mile round-trip hike brings visitors up close to a 30-foot waterfall.