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$ 649,999
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Listed: 07/01/22

519 North Grant Avenue, Fort Collins, CO 80521, USA

Residential, Ranch

2Bed:
1Bath:
1,496 Sq FtLiving Area:
1922Year Built:
house Description
Stunning newly renovated property located just blocks from the heart of downtown Ft. Collins, with an amazing backyard oasis perfect for entertaining, Including permanent outdoor lighting, pergola covered patio and outdoor kitchen area overlooking koi pond with waterfall! Single car garage with alley access, stainless steel appliances, metal barn style doors throughout house.

Amenities

  • Take a stroll in your own garden Garden
  • This house has a spectacular relaxation spot - a deck Deck
Home Details
Roof Type
Roof Deck
Architecture Style
Ranch
Property Manager
Resident Realty
Fort Collins Housing & Living
Average sale prices for houses as of Jul, 2022.
House sizeJulvs Last Month
1 bed houses$389,000-22.2%
2 bed houses$562,385+6.1%
3 bed houses$605,327-1.4%
4+ bed houses$751,734-4.8%
Property TypeJulvs Last Month
Townhouses for sale$400,999-7.4%
Apartments for sale$105,000N/A
Condos for sale$432,005-1.2%
Duplexes for sale$600,000-6.7%
Prices depend on real estate size/amenities and are based on the Rentberry platform statistics.
Household Income
Median household income: $60,110
Number of households: 61,532
The average household income in Fort Collins, CO grew from $57,831 to $60,110 in the past year. This data is an estimate based upon 61,532 households in Fort Collins, CO.
The chart below presents how household income is distributed in Fort Collins, CO in comparison to the revenue allocation amid households nationally.
Property Taxes
Average range: $2k-$3k
One of the most important aspects for property owners is the amount of property taxes. This graph shows distribution of property taxes in Fort Collins, CO compared to median property taxes around the country. The prevalent amount of property taxes in Fort Collins, CO equals $2k-$3k, which is less than the national average.