Red Lady Realty - Crested Butte, CO

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Crested Butte South Home - Just Listed

March 18, 2015
Maggie Dethloff is happy to announce that she has just listed 37 Kubler Court in Crested Butte South for $629,000.  The CB South neighborhood is located just 6 miles from downtown Crested Butte and 8 miles from the ski area Crested Butte Mountain Resort.  CB South has a great park, tennis courts, hockey rink, ice skating pond, community garden and a small commercial area with a general store, coffee shop, liquor store, restaurant, preschool and more. 
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This beautiful custom home located on .56 acres is at the end of a quiet cul de sac in the River Rim Subdivision. The main home enjoys 2,240 square feet of living space with 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. Open living, kitchen and dining floor plan with 2013 GE Cafe appliances, hickory cabinets and tile flooring throughout. The generous family room with wet bar offers additional living space. The master suite with private luxury bath and spacious closets is sure to please. A spacious 3 car detached garage provides room for mountain toys, work bench and plenty of storage. Above the garage enjoy 546 sq. ft of living /bonus bedroom with a wet bar and full bath. The attractive landscaping, mature perennial gardens, in-ground sprinkler system, cement driveway and concrete walk provide the perfect finish to this custom home.

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Unique Crested Butte Opportunity - Under Contract

March 18, 2015
The property at 410 Maroon Avenue in Crested Butte Colorado is under contract.  Diane Aronovic is working with the seller and the buyer to complete the sale of this unique property with tons of possibilities.    

The investment opportunity with good cash flow not to miss! This is a rare opportunity to own a classic log cabin that allows you to retreat to the past without sacrificing the amenities of the present. This is a Quick read more or view full article charming home on a great lot with 2 additional rental cabins; there are no deed restrictions. The landscaping and flower beds create an oasis in town. The property has endless possibilities for rental income and for your friends and family. The main house has had some recent updating, including a new upstairs bathroom and is move-in ready. FAR indicates there is more room to build.

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Mount Crested Butte Home Sold - 22 Belleview

March 18, 2015
Doug Kroft recently sold the home at 22 Belleview in Mt. Crested Butte.  While we had seen many home sales for under $500,000 in the last 2-3 years, these fixer-upper bargains are getting harder to find.  Listed for $529,000 and sold for $499,000, this home with an unusual shape and amazing views will surely be enjoyed by the new owners.

This is a great house on over half of an acre. Three bedrooms, two and Quick read more or view full article a half baths, and an open kitchen living room floor plan makes it easy to entertain.  Large TV/Media room. Stunning views in all directions from the wraparound deck!
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Big Air on Elk Party at Red Lady Realty

March 18, 2015
Red Lady Realty in Crested Butte Colorado hosted a client appreciation party before one of Crested Butte's favorite events on March 7, 2015.  Pictured above are the agents outside our office before the big event.

Each March snowcats move huge piles of snow around on Elk Avenue to prepare for Big Air on Elk.  This event allows spectators to watch as contestants are pulled behind a snowmobile to the edge of a giant jump where they perform amazing tricks Quick read more or view full article and hopefully land safely on the other side.  Because it happens at night and right in the middle of our main street, this is something you don't see everyday.

In what we hope will be an annual event, the agents of Red Lady Realty welcomed clients and friends for hot cocoa, drinks and appetizers before the main event started.  Usually the 2nd Saturday in March, please look for an invitation for next year's get together. Read Less

Crested Butte Cabin Sold

March 18, 2015
Molly Eldridge and Joe Garcia have successfully sold the home at 212 Sopris in downtown Crested Butte Colorado.  This home was listed by Molly for just under 8 months (less than the average time on the market) and sold for $1,025,000.  Joe represented the buyers who will continue to make the home available for vacation rentals through VRBO.

212 Sopris is a cute home with beautiful, mature landscaping is located in one of Quick read more or view full article the most sought after locations in Crested Butte.  Just one block from Elk Avenue restaurants and the bus stop to the ski area, you will enjoy easy access to all Crested Butte has to offer.  With 4 bedrooms and 3 ½ baths, this log home also has two living areas and a private backyard complete with a large hot tub.  Nice wood floors, cozy bedrooms, an airlock entry and a wood burning stove are just some of the features you will discover in this home.  The historic garage also offers many opportunities for someone who wants a fun project.

If you have a similar home you want to sell or if you want to find one to buy, please contact any of the agents of Red Lady Realty for more information. Read Less

Sigrid Cottrell - This week's Crested Butte News Profile

March 12, 2015
Check out the article in this week's Crested Butte News about our own Sigrid Cottrell.  She is doing amazing things for our world and is a great Realtor too!

 

The Story of Red Lady (the mountain)

March 12, 2015
Red Lady (the mountain) gets its name from a bowl on Mt. Emmons which faces the town from the West.

Holding snow into the early summer, Red Lady is a local’s favorite for late skiing.  How it got its name reaches back in local lore.

The common story around town is that the many red lights from the red light district used to cast a hue on Mt. Emmons at night - hence the name.  But, given the Quick read more or view full article available wattage of the turn of the century light bulbs, we thought a little more research was called for.
 
75 –year-old “Whitey” Sporcich says he doesn’t know.  “We always just called it that.  Maybe because it used to have a burn down the upper left section that was kind of red colored.” A short conversation with town patriarch Tony Mihelich may have solved the mystery.  “Sometimes when the sun set just right in the summer, it looked just like a picture of a red lady up there.”  At 93 years of age, when Tony gave us this story, it didn’t make much sense to question him.
 
His version works just fine for us.

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