You might be surprised to look around at real estate in Grand Junction, Colorado, and find several homes scattered around the area that are more than 100 years old. I like keeping an eye out when these houses go on sale.

Today we're taking a closer look at a home at 829 South Avenue built in 1900. Upgrades to hardwood floors were completed a couple of years ago, and there's new carpeting, and a fresh coat of paint too.

99.9 KEKB - Grand Junction's Favorite Country logo
Get our free mobile app

Lowest Price Listing for March 2024

For just $215,000, this house is worth a look. This home is presented by R. Omar Richardson and brokered by United Country Real Colorado Properties. It's a two-bedroom, two-bathroom home on 0.14 acres.

Where is 829 South Ave?

The property is less than half a mile from downtown near the intersection of South Avenue and South 9th. The city of Grand Junction is working on renovations along 9th Street that include a new skate park at Emerson Park. 829 South Avenue is about one block south of Emerson.

A Small Cabin Out Back

This home includes a large backyard with a small two-hundred-square-foot pinewood shed that is an ideal space for a workshop or storage. Imagine adding your chapter to a home history in Grand Junction since the start of the 20th Century. Keep going to look at pictures and find a link to the complete listing for the least expensive listing in town this month.

Grand Junction’s Cheapest Home for Sale in March is 124-Years-Old

At South Avenue and 9th Street in Grand Junction is a cute little home built in 1900. Today, it's the least expensive listing on in March 2024. Take a virtual tour of a home located just a half-mile from downtown.

Gallery Credit: Wesley Adams

MORE: These 7 Historic Structures are Colorado’s Oldest Buildings

Take a trip back to the earliest days of Colorado by scrolling through this photo gallery of historic buildings. These are Colorado's seven oldest buildings, each of them dating back 166 years or longer.

Gallery Credit: Wesley Adams

KEEP GOING: 11 Cool Facts About Colorado’s Oldest Scenic and Historic Byway

Colorado's Peak to Peak Historic and Scenic Byway was the first road built to show off our state's forestlands and mountain peaks of the Front Range. Keep reading to learn eleven cool facts you may not have known about the first scenic byway to open in Colorado in 1918.

Gallery Credit: Wesley Adams

More From 99.9 KEKB - Grand Junction's Favorite Country