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Scroll down to walk out to the dock and then look back at the home. Click on photo to see inside.

If you were the first pioneer coming to Grand Lake and you could settle any
place along the water, which location would you select? In the 1880's, the first
homes and hotels were built on this western shore.
By Grand Lake: historic bark-sided home with guest cabin. Level walkways
to both homes, to lake and dock. Postcard views of Mount Baldy from a peaceful cove
near the southwest corner of Grand Lake. Log beams, fine wood finish in living room.
Wood-burning fireplace set in stone. Adjoining sun porch with Adirondack style windows.
Three bedrooms, one bath -- all upstairs, in main home. Detached guest cabin has one bedroom,
bath, living room and its own kitchen. Boat dock with slip and seating area.  $975,000
#1220 Road 6954. Lots 8, 9 and part of Lot 7, Block 2 in the original Grand Lake City across Rainbow Bridge.

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View of the home from its lakeside yard. Scroll down to see the home and the guest cabin from the road frontage to the right.

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Main home's classic stone chimney is to the left. Click on photo to step into the main home's living room.
Scroll down to see the first snows of Fall on the high peaks.

Scroll down to see the season change further and the lake begin to ice over.

Click on a photo to see inside the home with this amazing setting.


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