I'm Tamera Goldsmith, a portrait and wedding photographer based in Colorado Springs and serving the Front Range: the Springs, Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins, Pueblo and the world. I specialize in wedding photojournalism and creative lifestyle portraiture, including maternity, babies, children, families and high school senior portraits. Thanks for visiting!

Saturday, August 25, 2007

Home for sale...

Okay, I know this is primarily a photo blog, but there's no reason I can't blog about other stuff too. My friend Judy has put her ranch on the market. By ranch, I don't mean 3-bed/1-bath 1950's rancher, I mean she actually has a RANCH that's for sale. So for those of you out there that have always dreamed of living on a ranch in Colorado, here's your chance! It's not really a working ranch, it's a nice house on 40 acres (some of which are beautifully wooded). There are a couple of barns, loafing stalls, a corral, a chicken house, a couple of giant greenhouses, a large garage, lots of beautiful open space, a spring-fed pond and a million dollar view. It also goes without saying that it's very peaceful and quiet in Judy's neck of the woods. Of course it's zoned for horses or any other kind of critter you might want to keep, though Judy doesn't keep any animals on the ranch these days. As far as the house itself goes, as you can see it's built in a log cabin style. It is not a McMansion. There's a large open plan kitchen/dining/living room, three bedrooms downstairs and a master suite upstairs as well as an office. There is also a huge unfinished basement.

It's a great lifestyle out there in Black Forest, so if you're interested drop me a line and I'll hook ya up.

A houseguest that stayed too long

Inside the chicken house

A door that leads into the main barn

Inside the main barn

A view of the pond. Isn't it gorgeous?

Some of Judy's neighbors -- this is just up the road a bit.

A view of the barns

The master suite upstairs

A view of the living room area

The dining room

The kitchen

One of the downstairs bedrooms

Judy, in a nutshell!

1 comment:

Curtis Copeland said...

Nice work! Saw your entry on the DWF BB. Thanks for sharing and have a great day!