This is a unique house with wonderful mountain views! The interior layout is large, open and rustic. Some unique features include barnwood paneling and large, wood ceiling beams. The windows in the dining room frame Mt. Princeton, one of many 14-thousand foot peaks in the area. The windows also act as passive solar collectors and the eves of the house are constructed so as to allow in the winter sun, but block the summer sun. The passive solar system combined with the new, high-efficiency furnace keep energy costs low. Two bedrooms, one a master, and the large open living area are on the upper level. In the center of the room is a stair to the lower level, which has ample open spaces for projects and gatherings. The lower level includes an office, another bonus room with bathroom, and a conversation pit. The utility area is large with room for a workshop and storage. Most of the acreage is south of the house, so that the view will never be diminished. The southern facing part of the roof is canted, so as to be available for solar panels if desired. The garage is three bays wide, set up for two cars and a workshop along with storage above. HOA provides homeowners with private fishing pond and trail that connects to the Colorado Trail. This is a special property!