Crested Butte, Colorado, is located in Gunnison County at an elevation of about 8,885 feet. The town was founded during the summer of 1880. By 1881, construction was completed at St. Patrick's Church on Maroon Avenue.

This 142-year-old property was completly restored from 2000 to 2002 and is now on the market as one of the most unique properties you can own anywhere in Colorado.

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Where is St. Patrick's Church?

Built by Scottish and Irish immigrants, Saint Patrick's Church is located at 108 Maroon Avenue, just down the street from Crested Butte's Totem Pole Park. The property is steps from the Woods Walk Trailhead and is around the corner from the many shops and restaurants on Elk Avenue in Crested Butte.

One Of Crested Butte's Most Recognized Properties

St. Patrick's Church is one of Crested Butte's most well-recognized properties with concrete buttresses, gabled roof pitches, arched stained glass windows, and the pointed bell tower all stand out on the west side of town.

108 Maroon Avenue is also only a block away from one of the last double-decker outhouses remaining in Colorado. There are just all kinds of cool things waiting to be discovered, left over from the gold rush days around Crested Butte.

Renovations Began in 2000

The entire church has been renovated and is attached to a home at the rear of the property. Altogether, the church and the home offer six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 5,188 square feet of living space. Keep going to take a look inside.

Live Inside Colorado’s Historic St. Patrick’s Church in Crested Butte

Imagine how cool it would be to live here. Be the newest resident in Crested Butte, Colorado, as the new owner of the historic St. Patrick's Church. Finished in 1881, this property was renovated and restored from 2000 to 2002. It's now on the market as a six-bedroom home. Keep going to take a look inside.

Gallery Credit: Wesley Adams

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