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15 Chase Ln
Colorado Springs, CO

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This home is 2830 sqft, which is 254 sqft larger than the average of the houses our sources can identify on Chase LN. This home was built in 2001 with 11 total rooms. This residential property was last sold on 11/03/2003 for $1,530,000. When this property was assessed in 2017, the assessment value declined from $69,890 to $67,700. This home is 1 story tall. This property is located in the BROADMOOR HEIGHTS FIL 1 RESUB subdivision. The entire market value of this property is $940,231. The land is valued at $289,000. Use to learn of any stigmatized details and history about 15 CHASE LN.

What's nearby?

1 mile or less from Will Rogers Shrine of the Sun Chapel Crypt
1 mile or less from Chapel of Our Saviour Columbarium
1 mile or less from Jackson Cemetery
1 mile or less from Inspiration Point Graves
2 miles from Broadmoor Community Church Columbarium
2 miles from Star Ranch Burial Site
3 miles from Paupers Cemetery
4 miles from Sons of Israel Cemetery
4 miles from Evergreen Cemetery
4 miles from Shrine of Remembrance Mausoleum
4 miles from Saint Marys Cathedral Columbarium
4 miles from Fairview Cemetery
4 miles from First Christian Church Columbarium
4 miles from First United Methodist Church Columbarium
5 miles from Colorado City Cemetery #2 (Defunct)
5 miles from Grace and St Stephens Episcopal Church Columbarium
5 miles from Colorado City Cemetery

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In Most states, a death in a home, no matter how it occurred, is not considered a "Material Fact" and it's not required to be disclosed. A murder could have occurred days ago and the seller does not have to let you know.

A death in a home, especially a violent death, can decrease the home's value by 25% and increase its time to sell by up to 50% longer than comparable homes.

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