20434 Stoney Creek Road, Hotchkiss, Colorado, 81419
Nestled in the aspen forest above Hotchkiss, CO this 2,400 square foot mountain home sits on 35 beautiful acres. The home features a main floor master bedroom, upstairs bedroom and loft, 2 1/2 bathrooms and a bonus room over the attached 2 car garage. A season running creek runs next to the home and access to the Grand Mesa National Forest is less than a 1 mile ATV ride up the county road. This mountain property is in a locked gate subdivision and the county road is plowed through the winter…making this property year round accessible with minimal plowing. Well water, propane and underground electricity provide the utilities.
This Western Colorado vacation home sits at 8,400’ in elevation in a stunning aspen forest near the Grand Mesa National Forest. The home is nicely tucked away in the aspens and has a mountain cottage feel to it. The home has a stucco exterior with stone accents and standing seam metal roof. A wooden deck off the front of the house is the perfect place to sit and listen to the surrounding forest and seasonal creek nearby. The inside is nicely finished with wood windows, solid wood doors and wood accents. Every window in this mountain home retreat offers views of the forest. The main floor has a master bedroom and powder bathroom. Upstairs is an open loft, full bathroom, bedroom and hidden bonus room above the garage with a wood stove for heat.
The Grand Mesa National Forest lies less than 1 mile from this Colorado cabin getaway. The easily accessed National Forest is a mountain playground just awaiting your adventures. With over 300 lakes, many stocked with fish, miles of forest service roads, numerous trails, and over 500 square miles—the Grand Mesa is an amazing mountain playground. Known as the world’s largest flattop mountain, the Grand Mesa very accessible and easy to explore. Hiking, mountain biking, motorcycle riding, ATV and UTV riding and horseback riding are all popular ways to explore the Mesa. Excellent hunting can be found on the Grand Mesa for elk, mule deer, black bear, moose, and other game species. Located in GMU 52, over-the-counter elk tags are available. During the winter months, the Grand Mesa is a popular snowmobiling destination.
This Colorado Mountain Home is about 13 miles north of Hwy 92 and about 16 miles from the small town of Hotchkiss. Hotchkiss has several restaurants, a hardware store and a grocery store. The City of Delta sits about 20 miles west of Hotchkiss and offers some additional shopping and eating choices along with the Delta County Memorial Hospital. This mountain getaway is less than 2 hours from the Grand Junction Regional Airport and a reasonable drive from the Colorado front range—making it an ideal place to escape from the rat race for extended weekends or vacations.