Office: (970) 925-5500
Cell: (970) 379-2965

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(Woody Creek - Located about 9 miles down valley from Aspen)
60 Aspen Village

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Upper Level - 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | 896 sf | 3,175 sf lot

Only about 9 miles from Aspen! Open concept floor plan between kitchen, dining and living rooms. Bamboo flooring, vaulted ceiling and freshly painted walls on the upper level. This is a 20x48, 2001 mobile home (HUD) on a permanent concrete foundation with a finished basement with separate entrance which includes a living room, kitchen area, bathroom and large laundry/storage room. Home includes 2 full sized washers and dryers, gas stove, dishwasher, 2 double door refrigerators and all window coverings.

There are no HOA Dues. Aspen Village has a Metro District incorporated into the property taxes which covers water, sewer, trash removal, common area maintenance, insurance, management, contingency fund, road maintenance and snow plowing. Aspen Village has community water and sewer.

Natural Gas: Black Hills Energy fka Source Gas (800-563-0012)
High - $140
Low - $35
Average - $78

Electric: Holy Cross Energy (970-945-5491)
High - $79
Low - $54
Average - $61

Taxes: 2017-$3,261.48

MLS#: 155290

No dogs allowed. Cats allowed. Renting of the home only allowed for a short period of time if the home is actively listed for sale. Roommates allowed. Property is Deed Restricted by Aspen Pitkin County Housing Authority (ACPHA) to Resident Occupied (RO). Buyer must have worked in the Roaring Fork Valley for a minimum of 1 year and work a minimum of 1,500 hrs. /year. However, if property has been for sale for a while, the 1 year work requirement is waived as long as buyer has some work history in the valley or pending employment. There is no price restriction on the sale of the property-it is free market.
Living Room
Living Room
Living Room
Dining Room
Dining Room
Master Bedroom
Master Bathroom
Guest Bedroom
Hall Bathroom
Lower Level
Covered Front Porch
Aspen Village Sign
No dogs allowed. Cats allowed. Roommates allowed. Renting of the home only allowed if home is actively listed for sale. There is a vehicle storage area. There are no HOA dues. 1. A Metro District was set up as of January 1, 2005. A Metro District allows lower interest loans to be made available for infrastructure improvements. In April 2006, Aspen Village Metro District (AVM) operates completed independently from Aspen Village Homeowner’s Association (HOA). Think of the Metro District as operating all the public/common areas in Aspen Village ( like road, the recreations center including the pool, water and sewer mains, the storage lot, etc.) an the HOA oversees all the private property within Aspen Village (homes, yards, private driveways, etc.) the Metro District is a special Colorado government, regulated by Colorado Revised Statues and the State of Colorado Division of Local Governments, and uses the Rules and Regulations to govern. The Metro District, like all special districts in Colorado, is a representational form of government and has an elected Board of Directors who is entrusted by the voters to operate the District. The HOA is a private association, also with an elected Board of Directors, that is regulated by Colorado Revised Statues and CIOA. The HOA governs itself with Covenants, which can only be changed by the homeowners. The District Rules and Regulations can be changed only by a majority vote of Board members, and only at publicly held District Board of Directors meetings. The property tax bill increases when the mill levy increases due to the District mill levy. Your property taxes are tax deductible with the IRS , while HOA Assessments are not. The Aspen Village Metro District was formed in 2003 by a majority vote of the residents in Aspen Village. The reasons for its formation were many, but one of the primary reasons is to develop a capital reserve for the future replacement of the water and sewer system. Colorado Special Districts are eligible for grants, matching grants and low interest loans from the state and the feds in a way that the HOA is not. It was felt that forming a District would benefit all the residents in the long term. 2. All potential buyers must be approved by Aspen Pitkin County Housing Authority (APCHA), 920-5050, as a working resident in the Valley as part of purchase requirements. Buyer must work a minimum of 1,500 hours/year in the Roaring Fork Valley. There are exceptions for retired persons. Aspen Village is Deed Restricted to Resident Occupied (RO) by APCHA and must be occupied by an owner and cannot be purchased for rental purposes. There is no restriction on sale price.