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2345 Twylby Rd

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IncrediView of surrounding 50,000 acres of natural conservatory & open space, yet 4 min. to I-25, then 20+ minutes to C-Springs or C-470. Pristine Mesa and Plateau Views, Surrounded by two Natural Conservatories while Nestled and Secluded within 160 acre Hamlet. This property is truly about location, location, location and the IncrediViews, as it's in the Buffer Zone. Have neighbors like, John Malone, aka Greenland Ranch, aka Liberty Media, aka Expedia. Other neighbors are very friendly yet formal and will lend a hand. Like SoHo is to Manhattan - Greenland is to Larkspur, a neighborhood and named as it is the greenest area in the summer between Cheyenne to Raton Pass. The views are the best available today or will buy you dinner. The two (2) Buttes that nestle the property characterize themselves by distinctively rising 700 feet above the surrounding rolling plains. Bald Mtn to the south, True Mtn to the east. Schools available in Lewis-Palmer District 38 or Douglas RE-1.

This is an example of what local banks will lend on this land - 25% down, 15 yr amortization with 3 yr term at 5.99% and 2 yr term at 5.5%. Peoples Bank, contact Drew Austin, show contact info cell.
This 7 Acre home site is one on the last home sites along the Front Range between Denver and Colorado Springs, and is the LAST decent "home site" and the only home site that is surrounded by 2 Natural Conservatories and located within the "Buffer Zone". There is no other home site available that is in the "Buffer Zone or surrounded by 2 of the 3 natural conservatories that help make-up the "Buffer Zone".

This 7 Acre home site is a very usable lot because of its shape and because of the slight upward slope to the East. It's a nice rectangular, almost square. It is not a long and narrow rectangle or have strange 45-degree corner angles - that are unusable land.

This parcel can have two homes - a "main house" and "guest home". Two homes on the same the lot is gaining popularity. Families with elderly parents the kids don't want them ending up in a nursing home. Close families want to live closer together. Grandparents want to be closer to the grandchildren. And more married kids are living closer to their parents.
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