44913 Bowie Road Paonia CO Real Estate

Water, Water everywhere! The quintessential Colorado dream! A two level log home built in 2006 on the river that adjoins BLM! The 3,014 square foot home has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a great room on one level with the lower level featuring a giant family room, another bedroom, bathroom, hobby/home office area, storage room and mechanical room. 350+ feet of the North Fork of the Gunnison River is on the south side and 1,122 feet along Hubbard Creek on its west side. Irrigation water from 2 sources, feed the sprinkler system for the lawn with water from both Hubbard Creek and Fire Mountain irrigation water for the pastures. You can walk out your door and hunt deer, elk & turkey, or fish in the North Fork. Did I mention the detached garage/shop building that's 30'x48'? Extra large overhead door & reinforced concrete floor that contained the 40' motor home & pass through doors for cars or toys. A 500 gallon water storage tank is located there for well water (with an additional 300 gallons of treated water inside the home). The interior is for Colorado comfort, with a fully equipped kitchen with hickory cabinets and kitchen island/breakfast bar with tear drop lighting. The dining area & living room are part of the open great room with cathedral ceilings, floor to ceiling windows looking toward the river and the mountains to the north. A free standing wood stove adds ambiance but is a supplement to the in-floor hydronic heating system, the primary heat. A split wing concept has the master bedroom on one side of the great room and two bedrooms on the opposite side. The lower floor is the den and hobby area that could host the whole family individually doing their own thing, from watching TV, to making quilts, or at their computer without bothering each other. Like I said, comfort. The walk out deck across the front can move summer evening dining outdoors. In addition to the landscaping, the irrigation water gives you several pastures for your livestock and you get on your horse and ride Hubbard Creek Road on the other side of the Creek into the National Forest. You gotta see this one!