Historic House Listings

Pretty stonework on this Colorado cabin! Circa 1950. One acre. $300,000

April 1, 2024

I love all of the stonework on this Colorado cabin! The cabin was built in 1950. It is located on one acre in Conifer, Colorado. The cabin features hardwood floors, stone fireplace, vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, wood walls and an updated kitchen. There is a loft area in the cabin. The cabin is in the National Forest and adjacent to Little Cub Creek. One bedroom, one bathroom and 390 square feet. $300,000

Contact Kathleen Stump with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Elevated Living: [email protected]

From the Zillow listing:


Not only does this cabin border the Arapahoe National Forest, but it is also IN the National Forest and adjacent to Little Cub Creek. A USDA Forest Service cabin is part of the Recreation Residence Program or RRP. A cabin and its improvements are the personal property of the owner who pays an annual fee for the use of the National Forest land the cabin sits on. The program is open to all people willing and able to purchase a cabin from a current owner and meet the qualifications necessary to obtain a permit from the Forest Service. This is a special opportunity because only 3%, historically, of the cabins turn over ownership each year. In the entire USA, there are only about 14,000 cabins. Your opportunity to own this amazing cabin in Colorado is NOW.


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