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3D Home Video: Luxury Listing 26315 Sweetbriar Trl, Evergreen

Posted On: May 20th, 2019 4:52PM


26315 Sweetbriar Trl, Evergreen, CO 80439

List price: $790,000

4 Beds, 4 Baths

3,931 Sq Ft


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Sweet Briar Coming Soon To Evergreen Market!

Posted On: May 8th, 2019 3:22PM



Luxury Executive Home coming soon with stunning upgrades throughout.  

Open and Bright, Soaring vaulted ceilings, and flowing floor plan.


This home is meticulously maintained and boosts pride of ownership.


Very Private, landscaped with drip system and unbelievable panoramic views overlooking Privately Owned Vacant Land.


Gourmet Kitchen accesses a large wrap around deck. Sit back and enjoy the abundant space for entertaining or to relax and take in the quiet and breath taking views.


This Immaculately cared for home is move in ready. Flawless hardwood floors, custom colored interior paint, newer carpet and new exterior paint. So much to mention!


Amazing private retreat upstairs, is the large master suite, with walk in closet that is nearly another room and with newly remodeled 5 piece bath.


Heated floors, pedestal tub, and two headed walk in shower. And don't forget, Two gas fireplaces, rec room with gas stove, walk-out basement to another privately lit deck and lower hot tub deck.


A must see!


MLS #7509047

Listing Price: $790,000


36315 Sweetbriar Trl

Evergreen, CO  80439


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Happy Presidents Day!

Posted On: February 18th, 2019 11:37PM


The third Monday in February in the U.S. is observed as a legal holiday in honor of President’s Day because it is close to the birthdays of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Happy Birthday George and Abe!
AND Happy Presidents’ Day!

George and Abe were memorialized on Mount Rushmore along with 2 other presidents, Theodore Roosevelt and Thomas Jefferson. Thomas Jefferson appears on one of the most unique bills in U.S. History, the $2 bill!

5 Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About $2 Bills!

  1. After years of public indifference to the $2 bill, production was discontinued in 1966, only to be restarted as part of the American Bicentennial celebration in 1976.

  2. As a general rule of thumb, if a $2 bill has a red Treasury seal and red serial numbers, it’s at least a somewhat-valuable collectible.

  3. In 2005, a Baltimore man was arrested and held in custody until Secret Service agents could verify that the 57 $2-bills he used to pay Best Buy for installing a radio-CD player were genuine.

  4. The US Bureau of Engraving and Printing continues to print $2 bills, including 230 million of them in 2006. Even so, $2 bills make up just 1% of all US bills in circulation.

  5. The next time you pay for something using a $2 bill, the odds are the cashier will have to put it under the cash drawer. That’s because most businesses prefer to use the register’s five bill-slots for ones, fives, tens, twenties and checks or coupons.

  6. In 1989, Geneva Steel in Provo, Utah paid their employee bonuses with $2 bills to highlight the importance of the steel mill to the local economy. That fact became obvious after the rare bills began appearing at merchants throughout the surrounding communities.

Like the rare $2 bill, a realtor that goes above and beyond to provide top notch service can be hard to find. We’d like to go above and beyond for you by sharing our over 28 years of service and experience to create a rare and exceptional experience for you. Our business is built 100% on referrals, so if you or anyone you know is looking to buy or sell, thanks for referring them our way!

Wishing you a Happy President’s Day!


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