North Rim Retreat is the quintessential mountain setting located in a highly sought after gated community and less than an hour from Fort Collins. The 42 acre property offers spectacular views, unlimited outdoors activities, end of the road seclusion on a well maintained road and a very comfortable 2,850 sf home. This 4 bed, 3 bath quality built, custom home would make a great personal/ corporate retreat or year round home. The main floor features an open floor plan, a spacious living room, panoramic views, cathedral ceilings, and a cozy rock fireplace. The kitchen hosts custom cabinets, ungraded appliances and a centered wooden island, custom made from lumber on the property. The walkout basement has a rec room, a 4th bedroom and an additional bathroom. Outside, overlooking the Mummy mountain range is a 800 sf deck. The deck has a covered eating area, and is accessible from the kitchen, living room, and master bedroom. Once you sit on this deck at sunset, you will never want to leave. Other features this home offers are attached garage, storage room, fire safe, low maintenance hardy board siding, cell phone/internet tower, lightning rod/ surge protector and high efficiency AC and furnace. After walking through the home, it is easy to appreciate the detailed workmanship that went into building it. North Rim Retreat is tucked back 5 miles into the Arapahoe-Roosevelt National Forest and is surrounded by natural beauty and limitless views. The 42 acres is a perfect mix of Ponderosa pines, Douglas firs, and Aspen groves, with sage and grass meadows intermixed. The property is bordered on three sides by national forest which allows you to explore endless miles of off-roading trails as well as thousands of acres of National Forest. This area is home to an abundance of wildlife including moose, elk, bear, mule deer, bobcat, and grouse. For the hunting enthusiast, this property is located in GMU 191 with high draw results on elk and deer. Mule deer hunting in this area is incredible with large numbers of deer using this area in both winter and summer! You can typically see elk migrating through the area in late fall, and are even occasionally seen in the summertime. For those that prefer to track and take photos, the opportunities to view wildlife are endless. Other outdoor activities include rock climbing, fishing, hiking, camping and much more. Call Zack Wiese for more details on this awesome opportunity.