Listing Broker: Brokers Guild Real Estate
Buyer Backed Out 10 Days Prior To Close! The Grand Dame of Clarkson. Since 1904, this stately lady has had quite a history. Among the historically famous are John Eddy, of the Rock Island Railroad, Thomas Nolan a silent picture procucer, and Charles Wunder, an artist for the Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News. This gracious lady is within the 7th Ave Historic District and has much of the original architectural detail. Pause in the gracious entry and observe the original woodwork, the original interlaced flooring and the original leaded glass doors. The main floor study is spacious and stately with leaded glass windows and original woodwork. On the south side is the large living dining area updated slightly but still maintaing the original 1904 ambiance. At the back of the home is an entirely updated kitchen, however, updated to reflect the historicity of the home.
Detached Single Family
Cable Available, Double Pane Windows, Eating Space / Kitchen, Foyer/Entry, Internet Access (Wired), Master Bath, Pantry, Smoke Free, Up
Balcony, Covered Deck, Covered Patio, Fence, Garden Area, Gutters, Professional Landscaping, Yard
Dishwasher,Dryer,Microwave Oven,Refrigerator (Kitchen),Refrigerator (Other),Smoke Alarm,Stove/Range/Oven,Washer
Cable TV, Internet Access (Wired), Telephone
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