Peyton, CO 80831
This stunning home boasts 4BRs, 3 baths, and a 3-car garage. Spectacular Pikes Peak and mountain views. No HOA fees. As you step onto the covered front porch, you can just feel the warmth and charm of this home. Once inside, you'll be greeted by an open floor plan w/spacious living spaces that are perfect for entertaining. The beautiful LVP floors throughout the ML add a touch of elegance and durability. The formal living rm w/soaring vaulted ceilings is a great place to sit and relax after a long day. The family rm features a lighted ceiling fan, gas-log fireplace w/brick surround, and convenient access to the dining area and kitchen. The butcher block island kitchen provides ample cabinets and countertops for storage and food prep. Stainless steel appliances, including a smooth top range oven, built-in microwave, dishwasher, and side by side refrigerator, make cooking and cleaning a breeze. There is a slider out to the backyard patio where you can enjoy the Colorado sunshine. There is a main level powder bathroom and laundry room with garage access. The UL offers 3BRs, 2 Bathrooms, and a versatile upper-level loft w/neutral carpet and recessed lights. The primary suite includes a lighted ceiling fan, walk-in closet, and adjoining 5pc bathroom w/dual sink vanity, tub, and separate shower. 2 more BRs share a full hall bathroom w/vanity and tub/shower. The finished basement features a 4th BR and huge rec/family rm, adding even more room to this already spacious home. The fenced backyard provides a patio for outdoor relaxation and BBQs, and a storage shed for tools and toys. You'll love the location of this home, close to great D49 schools, parks, and shopping. For the golf enthusiast, Antlers Creek Golf Course is just two miles away. With central air and heat, this home will keep you cool in the summer months and warm in the winter. Don't miss out on this beautiful home!
Paint Brush Hills Metropolitan District takes the conservation ofour water very seriously. Even though our need for fresh water sources is always increasingbecause of population building growth, the supply we have stays constant. Currently we have thecapability to meet the current demands for water but that does not mean we should pump ouraquafers until they are empty. Everyone should be encouraged to use less water during peakshours of 5am to 8am. By reducing the amount of water used, we can better protect against futurewater shortages and even drought years. Water conservation requires forethought and effort, but every little bit helps. Do not think thatwhat a single resident can do will not matter. Everyone can make changes in our lifestyles toreduce our water usage. The trick is making water conservation a way of life and not justsomething we think about occasionally.
9563 Witherbee Drive Peyton, CO 80831
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