Take a Peek Inside One of Colorado’s Highest (and Coldest) Houses for Sale
Um, not that kind of high, the other kind of high Colorado is known for: altitude. 'House on a hill' is an understatement for those in Alma, Colorado, which sits at over 10,000 feet up in the Rocky Mountains. It's reportedly the highest 'incorporated municipality' not just in the state, but in the entire country.
And, with elevation, comes inflation — apparently — because homes in this area aren't cheap. The 'municipality' in Park County is home to only a few hundred people, who must really enjoy the cold, because when you're up that high in the Rockies, you're subjected to subarctic climate. Alma is said to be one of the coldest inhabited places in the Lower 48.
Fortunately, this almost-$400,000 1970s manufactured (mobile?) home comes with a fireplace. Cozy up! Listed by eXp Realty, LCC, here's what $354,900 can buy you in the high country:
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