For $4 million this Fort Lupton house with an airport can be yours
Yeah, front yards are cool, but have you ever considered having your own airport instead?
Details: The 226-acre Platte Valley Airpark in Fort Lupton, about 45 minutes northeast of Denver, and its two-bedroom house are up for sale for $4.1 million.
- It's located at 7507 County Road 39, Fort Lupton, CO 80621.
Zoom in: The privately owned and operated mini-airport can store 78 aircraft and dates back to the 1960s, according to a release from LIV Sotheby's International Realty. It's currently owned by 13 shareholders who are aviators themselves.
- The airport has FAA approval to be used as a recreational facility and includes a three-story observation tower, a 6,000-square-foot main hangar, and its own radio frequency so pilots can call in to land.
- It has two runways, including a 4,100-foot asphalt airstrip.
Of note: Hangars can be leased out for aircraft storage, and the airport comes with mineral rights, essentially giving the owner the ability to obtain minerals on the property.
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