Live / Work Opportunity for the Outdoor Enthusiast!
Live extraordinarily in this gorgeous 1920’s railroad depot updated, permitted and recorded on the National Historic Registry! With a few appliances make the depot your home! Bursting with Victorian charm it boasts soaring 12 foot ceilings, rustic woodwork and hardware, oak plank floorboards and a possibility of expansion into the tall attic space. For the last 20 years the property has been renovated and updated to serve as the Hungry Moose Caboose restaurant with a newer commercial kitchen, ice cream parlor, beer and wine garden that includes ample parking and an awesome location. This is a natural spot to stop and take in the breathtaking views after coming over Kenosha Pass which translates to an unbelievable commercial opportunity for the entrepreneur! Live in the Depot while you build your brand, open new businesses or residences (talk to the County about affordable housing incentives) or lease out the existing spaces to other tenants. This mountain community is growing fast, and as a business owner you’d literally have the market cornered. With Georgia Pass, the Colorado Trail, Jefferson Lake, and Tarryall Reservoir right out your back door, this 1.53 acres of commercially zoned property abutting Highway 285 is one of Colorado’s most travelled highways from the metro areas of Denver and Colorado Springs into the mountains. Bring your dream here, to the Jefferson Depot, at the base of the Continental Divide! (Don't forget to have your agent print out the attached docs detailing improvements included with sale such as a new commercial septic system and much more). Information provided herein is from sources deemed reliable but not guaranteed and is provided without the intention that any buyer rely upon it. Listing Broker takes no responsibility for its accuracy and all information must be independently verified by buyers.