Ask Spencer Jordan
This is quintessential Crested Butte. The historic Kikel residence was one of a half dozen bars that at one time lined Second Street offering the miners many opportunities for a cold beer after coming down from the mine. While the old bar still remains, the house has served as a residence for over 60 years. There was an up grade done in about 2003 that included a new foundation, wiring, plumbing as well as some structural improvements. There are 4 gas heating stoves as well as electrical backup. The home has 2 bedrooms on the main floor and 2 additional upstairs and a total of 3 bathrooms. At the rear of the property, a small yard separates the house from the historic, 600 sq ft log barn. The barn, with Town approval, could be renovated for use as a garage or possibly an accessory dwelling. The property is within the R3C Zone, which,with a conditional use permit, could be used for a variety of business purposes. As the home is currently owner occupied, all showings will need broker accompaniment and 24 notice.
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Listed By: Eric Roemer of Coldwell Banker Mountain Properties