Past the lovely mining town of Rimini, at 7400 feet in elevation, sits the Little Jennie #2 mining claim, with a well-built, 4,000 sf plus home on over 30 acres. Each room in this off-grid home has been carefully crafted to make this property uniquely special. Custom woodwork and antique fixtures accent quality construction. This has been used seasonally. Water pumped from a stream into a 3,000 gallon cistern that gravity feeds the house. This source would need to be modified for year-round living but the pipes to the house are buried 4 feet deep to prevent freezing. Add a well, and you would be in business. The house is wired for power; the electrical panel is in but not connected; two 1,000 volt inverters, generator and batteries are on site. Add solar and you can run lights, refrigerator, microwave, TVs, and a ducted fan system to spread heat. Currently, the owners use a propane refrigerator and freezer, oven/range, and lights, all run from small tanks. 3 Wood Stoves. Sold As-Is.
Listing Agent: Stephen Youde
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