New townhomes near Walton Pond enter market
March 12, 2016
Steamboat Springs — A new development of 14 townhomes beside the Walton Ponds has hit the market, with units retailing for $389,000 each.
The Townhomes at Walton Pond, owned by developer Curt Weiss, are tucked between two ponds, just behind the offices of Weiss's Central Park Management and adjacent to The Ponds, a large apartment complex owned by Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. that houses mostly ski area employees, all off of Weiss Drive near the southern edge of Steamboat Springs.
The 14 new units each have two bedrooms, 2 1/2-baths and a single-car garage, with two available floorplan styles.
"They're new, light and bright and have open space all around," said Realtor Anne Mayberry, of The Vanatta Group at Steamboat Sotheby's International Realty, who is co-listing the townhomes with broker Mitch Clementson, of Steamboat Real Estate.
The development was designed by Michael J. K. Olsen Architects, and the general contractor for the project was Rob Van Deren, of Colorado Home Solutions.
The units all boast some type of view, though some townhouses have better views of Mount Werner to the east versus others with better views of the Flat Tops or Dakota Ridge to the south and west.
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The first of the 14 residences sold last week, but the remaining 13 are available for purchase; two are staged with furniture.
Stainless steel appliances, including a stackable washer and dryer, are included in each townhouse, and they can come furnished for an additional $10,000, Mayberry said.
Other notable features include radiant, in-floor heat, large closets and built-in or closet-sized pantries.
Ten of the units have second-floor decks off the main living area and additional ground-level outdoor storage space that could be converted into patios.
The complex is dog-friendly and will have $200 monthly HOA fees, which could be raised to $260 to include Internet and cable, if future residents are supportive of the idea, Weiss said.
Mayberry said that, with the Yampa Valley Core Trail and bus route so close to the development, it is feasible for residents to park their cars all winter and get around.
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