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Red Bluff Ranch

1350 S County Rd 29 : Loveland, CO 80513

Larimer County, Colorado

20 Acres
$1,985,000 USD
$99,250 / ac
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Land Description

Located near what is referred to as The Gateway to Estes Park and the Big Thompson Canyon is this beautiful 3668 square foot home with custom finishes. The home offers the Colorado feel that everyone talks about, but few manage to experience. With easy access to Loveland Colorado, you are only minutes away from the creature comforts, however, you can also take the short drive to Estes Park or Rocky Mountain National Park.Land Venturing out on to the 20 acres is an experience. Wildlife abounds and many animals have been takin right from this property located in the desirable unit 20 hunting area. A gorgeous short hike to east offers a 240-Foot ascent, giving way to stunning views of the mountains and a wonderful canyon allowing the mind to drift and relax.


2 6 Construction

Australian Cypress hardwood floors

Chinese Cedar ceilings/main house.

Brazilian rose wood 12 28 covered deck with beetle kill pine ceiling

9 38 covered front porch with beetle kill pine ceiling

Tharp Knotty Alder cabinets

Large Cedar lined hall closet.

Beetle kill pine main floor bathroom.

Main floor bedrooms knotty pine ceilings.

Fireplace Extraordinary wood burning fireplace with fan and outside air.

30 16 outbuilding/shop with tack room and gardening area.

8 8 Master Spa hot tub.

Kubota zero turn mower 24hp 60 inch cut 26 hours 2yrs old.

John Deere La130 mower 21hp 48inch cut.






Region & Climate Weather Highlights

Summer High the July high is around 87 degrees

Winter Low the January low is 16

Rain averages 16 inches of rain a year

Snow averages 46 inches of snow a year

History Loveland traces its beginnings back to the family of Mariano Medina, a Hispano trapper from Taos, New Mexico, who established a homestead along the Big Thompson River in 1858. The homestead soon grew into a small settlement thanks to its location along the Cherokee and Overland trails, which both saw increased traffic during the Colorado Gold Rush. Other families followed the Medinas, forming a community of homesteads in the Big Thompson valley. Traffic along the stagecoach trails declined as railroads expanded in the 1870S, and in 1877 William Loveland established the town of Loveland as he built his Colorado Central Railroad CCR north from Golden to link up with the transcontinental route in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Development of Loveland's Main Street -East Fourth Street-began with John L. Herzinger and Samuel B. Harter's two-story brick mercantile building, finished in 1878. Within the next year or two came the CCR depot and the Loveland Hotel. By 1886 East Fourth Street had a number of businesses, including banks, grocers, churches, tailors, drugstores, and furniture stores, as well as the Bartholf Opera House, which opened in 1884. Lumberyards and liveries, such as the Orvis and Corbin lumberyard and the Foote and Stoddard Livery, lie on the east end of downtown, while the Loveland Farmers Milling & Elevator Company moved to the west side.

Home Details

4 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms

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