Colorado second home buyers take note! With a $115,000 effective price improvement and a coveted Cordillera location in Edwards, this mountain home deserves a look.

According to listing agent Andie Ohde with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty, the mountain contemporary estate offers a main house on 2.195-acres. But now, it also includes an adjacent 1.420-acre-lot with log cabin. This accounts for a total of 3.615-acres and the asking price is only $1.375 million for both!



181 Bull Bugle Bend, Fraser, Colorado, is currently listed by Melinda Lee of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty for $4,500,000.

When a Texan builds a second home in Colorado, you know it’s going to be good. Such is the case with 181 Bull Bugle Bend in Fraser.

“We get great sunrise views and sunset alpenglow,” say the owners Jeff and Lori Pray of Texas, who built the property as a mountain retreat for their family. Jeff flies his private plane into the Kremmling airport when he visits. It’s also just a short two hour drive from Denver International Airport (DIA) and minutes from world class resorts.

Here you can experience the quintessential Rocky Mountain lifestyle from an exquisitely designed custom home perched on 3.6-acres in the exclusive Reserve at Elkhorn Ridge. Ideally situated adjacent to Devil’s Thumb Ranch trail system, the home affords easy trail access featuring impressive mountain and meadow views. Listing agent Melinda Lee of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty tells us the property, which is listed for $4.5 million, is the highest priced single family residence in Grand County that is not a ranch – and for good reason.

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