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BUILD Your Dream Home>>3.53 Acres Spacious Lot--Boulder County-Stunning Views
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Location: Baxter Farm
*************An unobstructed breathtaking view of the Rocky Mountains*************
This 3.53-acre lot is the homestead lot for Baxter Farm! Build your custom home to be part of the million-dollar subdivision. Important: This property is within the Town of Erie NOT Boulder County (specifically, this property is located in Boulder County though in the city limits of Erie). Why is this important? The building restrictions are eased in the City of Erie--thesavings is up to 30%! The 3.53 acres are forever, unobstructed views of the Front Range, the Continental Divide! This acreage is a unique, rare land find—priceless! Keenly located one mile east of Hwy 287. This transaction could be a land loan, creative financing, or cash. The buildings to be deconstructed within 6 months of closing and the price to deconstruct is reasonable. Many details to share, Cynthia ' Arey, Living N Colorado, 303-581-0606. As Mark Twain said, "Buy land, they’re not making it anymore.”
NOTE: This parcel is NOT subdividable. Water tap cost is not necessary--current water is already connected to the City of Erie. Buyer is responsible for the sewer tap and is approximately $7,100+ (City of Erie, Wendy Palmer, 303-926-2875).







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Cynthia Arey
303-581-0606
www.ColoradoRealEstateLady.com
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Pricing
Price: $575,000.00
Flexibility: Firm
Property Location
11367 Erie Parkway
Erie, CO 80516
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Features
Acreage: 3.53 Acres
Zoning: Residental
Sewerage: No
Water: Yes
Subdivision: Baxter Farm
School District: Boulder Valley
Agent Name: Cynthia Arey
Broker: Living N Colorado
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  • Price: $575,000

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