It's not every day that you run into someone who has claimed to have seen a Sasquatch, or as it's more commonly known, Bigfoot. That is, unless you work at a fun tourist attraction in Bailey, Colorado known as the Sasquatch Outpost.

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In case you're not familiar, the area surrounding Bailey, Colorado is absolutely gorgeous. With its heavily wooded forest land, crystal clear water, and crisp mountain air, any fan of Colorado's so-called "God's Country" would likely love to call this area home.

On that note, today we're going to check out a unique real estate listing right in the middle of the aforementioned Bigfoot Country that dates back all the way to 1965.

Retro Colorado Home in Bigfoot Country Currently For Sale

The groovy home is located high in the mountains outside of Bailey at 7992 County Road 43 and is absolutely amazing.

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Despite being built right around the same time that The Beatles were taking the world by storm, the 1,088-square-foot home has been updated over the years while keeping its original, unorthodox shape.

The property consists of two bedrooms, one bathroom, a guest quarters, and plenty of large windows to take in the beautiful surrounding scenery.

Consisting of a 0.64-acre plot of highly secluded and private land, the entire property is currently listed for $390,000.

Keep scrolling to check out this amazing gem hidden high up in the Colorado mountains:

LOOK: Retro Colorado Home in the Middle of Bigfoot Country

Take a trip back to the 1960s and check out a retro home for sale right in the middle of what many consider to be Colorado’s Bigfoot Country.

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