This stunning, new construction home is one of Old Town's finest properties, exquisitely designed by Highland Group Architecture, Refine Design Interiors, & built by Mike Meza with Norman Construction. 259 Upper Norfolk is the ultimate ski home showcasing mountain luxe interiors, expansive views of Old Town, rich alpine views, and true deeded ski in/ ski out access. Located at the top of the 3rd street stairs, conveniently walk to Main St. for restaurants, shopping, or enjoy a gallery stroll. Upper Norfolk is unique with privacy, ski access, and trail head access for mountain biking and hiking during the rest of the year. Indoor/Outdoor living was at the forefront of the design of this home with approximately 800 square feet of heated deck and patio space. The extra wide lot which is rare in Old Town allows for an amazing open concept kitchen/great room. Perfectly appointed spaces, along with exceptional attention to detail make this home a true must see in Old Town.
Gas: Connected, Power: Connected, Sewer: Connected, Sewer: Public, Water: Connected
Alarm System, Microwave, Range, Range Hood, Refrigerator, Washer, Water Softener: Own, Freezer, Humidifier, Dryer
Alarm: Fire, Bath: Master, Closet: Walk-In, Dishwasher: Built-In, Great Room, Range: Gas, Range/Oven: Built-In, Central Vacuum, Oven: Gas, Theater Room, Alarm: Security
Balcony, Deck: Covered, Porch: Open, Walkout, Patio: Open
Road: Paved, Sprinkler: Auto-Full, View: Mountain
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