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Cheapest Single-Family Homes for Sale

Below are the search results, sorted by lowest price first, of the cheapest homes currently on the Denver metro market. To make the search more convenient, we have broken up the search for the cheapest single-family homes by the following counties with links to each county’s search below. 

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Single-Family Home

A single-family home is a free-standing residential building. Even though a dwelling unit shares one or more walls with another dwelling unit, it is a single-family residence if it has direct access to a street or thoroughfare and does not share heating facilities, hot water equipment, nor any other essential facility or service with any other dwelling unit. 

Newest Cheapest Single-Family Homes for Sale

2 Beds 2 Baths 7244497 MLS
Great location in lower Coal Creek Canyon. Paved highway and county road for EZ access to Boulder, Golden, Interlocken, DIA. Same family for over 30 years. Zoned F - Forestry. Small water feature (Coal Creek). Privacy and seclusion on 1.165 acre. Registered DOMESTIC well ~ permit #329303 for ordinary household purposes inside one single family dwelling, fire protection, the watering of domestic animals and poultry, and the irrigation of not more than 1,000 square feet of home gardens and lawns. Original cabin dates to 1949 and is a squared log construction with tongue and grove walls and beamed ceiling. Subsequent additions conform well to the overall style of the home. The garage has been partially converted to a heated recreation/music room. The garage door remains in place and should be easy to convert this space back into garage. Per Boulder County; septic system needs to be upgraded and requires major repair(replacement). Septic permit application has been submitted to Boulder County; (see data in supplements). It is expected that the buyer will replace septic system within one year of closing. Currently, the shallow well functions. It is expected that the new buyer will abandon this well and drill another. Cell coverage with VOIP. CenturyLink is the ISP. Subject is being offered "As is, where is, with all faults". Deferred maintenance noted. It is expected that the buyer will want to replace the spiral staircase to the master suite with something of traditional functionality. Buyer and buyer broker to verify all measurements/info and to their satisfaction. NOTE - buyer to sign Boulder County septic disclosure at closing. Cash or Rehab loan.

418 Copperdale Lane, Golden

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