This property has great potential for the imaginative buyer who wants a custom home. Seller is looking for a buyer that will incorporate and preserve some measure of the historic stonemasonry. One could finish and remodel the existing dwelling or use it as an accessory dwelling for a mother-in-law or rental income. The stone walls could be incorporated into the exterior walls of a new house or used as walls for a courtyard or both. The sun-filled southern exposure has views of hills and mountains covered in pinion and ponderosa pine, fir and aspen trees. The building envelope is large and the grounds park-like. Beautiful work of stonemasons are remnants of a historic stone stamp-mill left unfinished, circa 1860. The stamp-mill was purchased by Hugh Hughes, who used the rock exterior walls to create a 3-unit residence. Rural in feel but an easy commute to shopping and Denver Metro. Just five minutes to city services. Under-contract Jun-18th. Seller may accept a backup offer.
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