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Mountain Pines is a spacious 2 level hillside home on 1+ acre with trees, rock outcroppings, and amazing views. Wildlife such as deer, elk, bobcat, coyote, and an occasional bear frequent the property. We are conveniently located to area attractions and just minutes from downtown Estes Park for shopping and dining and Rocky Mountain National Park with it's world class hiking and scenery. Our home features 2 bedrooms with an additional sleeping area in the lower level family room (all with queen beds) and can sleep 6 comfortably. 3 bathrooms mean no waiting in line. The open living, kitchen, and dining area with a wood burning fireplace make it fun and easy to be together. Relax and enjoy great views of Twin Sisters Peak, Prospect Mountain and the valley below on our spacious wraparound deck with outdoor seating and a gas grill. We invite you to enjoy the peaceful, quiet beauty of Mountain Pines. Please Note: Please click on 'Reviews' where you'll see how much people have loved staying here, and you'll also see the many amenities and activities you can enjoy during your wonderful stay.
Located on main level with new queen bed (2013)....moreless
Bedroom 2: 1 queen
This bedroom is downstairs with connecting full bath....moreless
Bedroom 3 : 1 queen
New queen memory foam bed (2013) in downstairs family area....moreless
The master bedroom is on the main level with a new queen bed (2013), pine nightstands and chest. Two windows with views of Prospect Mountain and large ponderosa pines. The bathroom is conveniently located just outside the bedroom and features a soaking tub and tile shower. The second bedroom is downstairs with a queen pillow top bed and a connecting full bath. It also has a large window with views of ponderosa pines. There is a third queen bed with a new memory foam mattress (2013) in the downstairs family area with a separate bathroom located down a short hallway. There is a large picture window and access to the lower level patio....moreless
Bathroom 1: toilet, tub, shower
Comfortable soaking tub and separate tile shower....moreless
Bathroom 2: toilet, combination tub/shower
This bathroom connects to the second bedroom downstairs....moreless
Bathroom 3: toilet, shower
Down a short hallway from the downstairs family/bed area....moreless
The upstairs bath has a soaking tub and tile shower. A window looks out on large pine trees for a relaxing soak. The second bath connects with the downstairs bedroom and has a tub/shower.
The third bathroom has a shower and is convenient for the downstairs living area and third queen bed....moreless
There are many books here for you to enjoy including fiction, non-fiction, nature/field guides, and hiking guides....moreless
You can enjoy Risk, Scrabble, Uno, Monopoly, and playing cards....moreless
Satellite / Cable
Yamaha receiver with Bose speakers and Sony 5-CD player. Some CD's available. A patch cord is provided to connect your i-pod or smartphone....moreless
Enjoy the views from the spacious wrap-around deck, or sitting on the front porch if you prefer more shade. There is also a patio outside the lower level family area to enjoy the natural landscape....moreless
Lawn / Garden:
Over 1 acre of natural landscape with ponderosa pines, douglas firs, and a large rock outcropping....moreless
New gas grill (2013). Enjoy grilling and dining on our spacious deck....moreless
Spring 2016 May 14 - Jun 10, 2016 7 night min stay
Changeover Day: Saturday
Summer 2016 Jun 11 - Aug 12, 2016 7 night min stay
Changeover Day: Saturday
Fall 2016 Aug 13 - Sep 24, 2016 7 night min stay
Changeover Day: Saturday
Additional information about rental rates
Refundable Damage Deposit$200
Rates are subject to change until reservation is confirmed.
Policy available by contacting owner when booking.
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We are located in Estes Park, gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park. Must do activities include hiking some of the more than 300 miles of trails in the National Park. Some favorites are any of the trails out of the Bear Lake and Moraine Park areas. The free Park Shuttle Bus System operates in this area from late May through early October and is convenient and easy to use. Check with the Park Service for detailed route and schedule information. Taking a free Ranger Guided Hike is a fun and informative way to get to know the National Park. Pick up a Park newspaper at any visitor center or entrance station for more information. The entrance fee for the Park is $20 per vehicle and is valid for 7 days. A bargain! Other outdoor activities include horseback riding, flyfishing, rock climbing, and photography. Many outfitters are available to assist with these and other activities.
Climbing Longs Peak (14,259') is a goal of many who visit this area. This is a serious hike that involves some rock scrambling and should not be taken lightly. Careful planning and proper conditioning are a must.
No visit is complete without a journey up Trail Ridge Road, usually open by Memorial Day weekend. This paved road tops out at over 12,000' and has several overlooks with spectacular views. Stop at the Trail Ridge Store and Alpine Visitor Center (11,796') then return, or continue on to Grand Lake and back for a full day of exploration.
The town of Estes Park hosts several festivals and events throughout the summer and also has lots of shops and restaurants. Insider tip: Park at the fairgrounds and ride the free shuttle to the Visitor Center. From there it is a short walk to Elkhorn Ave. and the Riverwalk. You can also catch the shuttle bus into the National Park from the Visitor Center. For more info go to www.visitestespark.com or stop in at the Estes Park Visitor Center.
Other activities might include a walk or bicycle ride around Lake Estes, a boat rental at the Marina, or a round of golf. Bicycles can be rented at Estes Park Mountain Shop just below the Lake Estes dam. They also rent flyfishing gear, guide trips, and have an indoor climbing gym (great fun for kids and adults).
A hike up Prospect Mountain (8900') from our front door affords panoramic views of the Continental Divide and the Estes Valley. This moderate hike with no crowds is well worth the effort and easily accessed through our neighborhood.
Of course you can always just relax and enjoy the views from our deck. Ahhhh.
Year Purchased: 1999
About the owner: We moved to Estes Park in 1993 to live and play in the mountains of Colorado. We love hiking, camping, and backpacking. We designed and built this home in 1999 and feel grateful to live in this beautiful place.
Why the Owner Chose Estes Park: We chose this location because of the beautiful, framed view of Twin Sisters Peak and the convenient access to everything. We love the big pine trees and all of the wildlife we see here. We also like sitting on the deck for a relaxing meal in the warmer months. There is over an acre of land which allows for space and privacy, and room for the wildlife to pass through. We are still close to town for shopping and eating out. Also, Rocky Mountain National Park is just minutes from here without having to drive through town. Very convenient, especially in the summer months.
The Unique Benefits at this House: Peaceful, quiet setting with great views on 1+ acre of land. Frequent wildlife such as deer, elk, and bobcat. Convenient access to Rocky Mountain National Park and the town of Estes Park. Hike up Prospect Mountain (8900') from our home for panoramic views of the continental divide and surrounding area.