Pueblo West property owners are required to pay for road improvements

Nathan Law

The growing pains in Pueblo West are becoming agonizing for home builders as everything from road construction requirements to other climbing costs are putting the squeeze on the dream home budget.  Kirby and Kiaha Quint wanted to build a new home for their family of four in Pueblo West but were blindsided by a requirement to pay for road […]

The growing pains in Pueblo West are becoming agonizing for home builders as everything from road construction requirements to other climbing costs are putting the squeeze on the dream home budget. 

Kirby and Kiaha Quint wanted to build a new home for their family of four in Pueblo West but were blindsided by a requirement to pay for road improvements. 

The young couple, who are building their own home, got a permit to do so, but were caught by surprise when they were told the cul-de-sac road Cloudburst Lane would have to be improved before they could occupy the home. That is going to cost about $25,000. 

Pueblo Association of Realtors President Casey Edwards had a similar surprise when he helped a client buy two lots on a Laramie Lane cul-de-sac in Pueblo West. The properties at 1541 Laramie Lane and 1543 N. Platteville sold for $32,000 and $31,500 respectively in March. 

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