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This home is located in the Gold Canon subdivision in Canon City and boasts an open living room and kitchen, great for entertaining. The kitchen has a walk-in pantry, a double oven and a breakfast nook. There is a flex space that can be a formal dining room or office with arched walls. The living room has a large window overlooking the back yard. The living room features a stone fireplace with bookshelves on each side. The master suite has a 5-piece en suite with a walk-in closet. The second and third bedrooms share a full bath. The washer and dryer hook up are located just off of the three car garage. The whole main level has a crawlspace under the house for extra storage space. The front yard will be landscaped.
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Gold Cañon Estates
Cañon Cities newest community with new homesites available now. Now is your chance to buy a brand new home that is all ranch for main level living with 3 car garage. Just minutes from Temple Canyon Park and all the Cañon City amenities. 5 Minutes to the Arkansas River that runs through the Royal Gorge. 15 Minutes to Temple Canyon Park. Only 5 minutes to downtown Canon City where all the shops and restaurants are. Temple Canyon Park is a treasure for anyone looking to avoid crowds and explore a gorgeous, natural landscape. The area has three campgrounds that are spread apart, so it’s easy to feel secluded. Next to one of the campgrounds is a trailhead for Redemption Trail. Follow this trail down into the canyon where Grape Creek runs along the floor. In the spring, the canyon is rich with green trees and grasses and the creek is perfect for wading. Follow the trail and you’ll discover the “temple,” after which the canyon is named. This rock alcove was formed by the continual seepage of water into small fissures or cracks in the rock and may have been used by the Ute Indian Tribe as a ceremony siteVisit the website
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