Crested Butte South
CB South is located about seven miles south of Crested Butte, and is a bedroom community with single family homes, duplexes, and condominiums, largely owned by locals. The addition of a few commercial establishments including a general store, restaurant, liquor store, pre-school, coffee shop, and summertime nursery have added a few conveniences for the residents of CB South. Other amenities include a community park, hockey rink, and new fire station.
Real estate opportunities in CB South include vacant land homesites, single family homes, duplex residences, condominiums, and commercial land in the Pioneer Plaza. Both new construction and re-sale residential properties are available. Given its location away from town and the ski area, real estate in CB South is less expensive and can provide a great opportunity for locals to own their home or for people living elsewhere to have a property in the area.
The commercial area has many available lots that have not been developed, but currently has a General Store, Tully's Restaurant, Little Red Schoolhouse preschool, storage units, Red Mountain Liquor Store, Camp 4 Coffee and Alpengardener Nursery. These businesses are wonderful to have in the neighborhood because they make it so you don’t need to leave to get the basics taken care of.
503 Haverly Street, Crested Butte South
Well-maintained single family home on quiet street in CB South. Recent 2017 updates to this 3 bedroom, 3 bath home include: brand new windows & blinds throughout, freshly painted, updated 1st floor bath, countertops, sink, disposal, refinished cabinets & lighting in kitchen, new bathtub in master bath. Open first floor living, kitchen & dining with access to a spacious fenced in backyard with unobstructed mountain views. Mature trees and beautiful flower beds surround this home. Enjoy plenty of storage in your detached, over-sized one car garage with unfinished second floor space that will easily convert for additional living space. Electric garage door opener added in 2017.
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