FW: 20+ acres in Hotchkiss with water taps
From: Mike Mariano (Mikeschemataworkshop.com)
Date: Tue, 7 Aug 2018 15:46:50 -0700 (PDT)
The 20-acre site described below is for sale by a couple that likes the idea of 
cohousing, but is NOT at a point in their lives where they are interested in 
the development process. They simply want to sell the site, with house. And 
tractor, though that's negotiable.

I don't know anything more than what Rosemary sent to me below, but on the 
surface, it looks compelling. Contact Rosemary for more information.


michael mariano aia | schemata workshop, inc.
principal & architect
1720 12th avenue
seattle wa 98122
d 206 743 9431   c 206.419.9122

From: Rosemary [mailto:rosemary [at] paonia.com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 7, 2018 3:31 PM
To: Mike Mariano <Mike [at] schemataworkshop.com>
Subject: 20+ acres in Hotchkiss with water taps

Hello Mike,

Thanks for taking an interest in our property and posting on the cohousing 
listserve.  Hopefully it will get in front of someone who will love it.

Pertinent information:

*         20.6 Acres within the city limits

*         All development is subject to approval by the town trustees

*         The city follows the IBC regulations:  Hotchkiss subdivision 
regulations can be found at http://www.townofhotchkiss.com/public-works.

*         Water taps are available and guaranteed as a right of being within 
city limits

*         Minimum lot size is 6,250 sf

*         Excellent water rights consisting of 9 shares of Duke Ditch: 
Irrigation water runs approximately April 15 - October 15

*         Farm was run under the national organic protocols

*         This is a complete turn-key operation and includes a 2-story barn, 
John Deere 2550 65-HP tractor, all tractor implements, solar electric fencing 
as well as perimeter fencing on hay fields, 10-HP Mainline rototiller, and 
various tools

*         The beautiful 3BR/3BA 2,500 sf 1896 Victorian was built for one of 
the founders of the town and features 9.5' ceilings, original woodwork and 
hardware, pocket doors, bay windows and stained glass accents.  
Updated/restored in the mid-1990's.  Includes period furniture.

Asking $950,000

Video with drone flyover at www.410dukehill.com<http://www.410dukehill.com/>

I welcome your questions or your feedback.

Rosemary Bilchak


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