This $1.9 Million Home is a Major Part of Colorado’s Gold History
Every once in a while, a historic Colorado property comes on the market that we would all love to own. This Victorian Mansion built in 1888 located north of Ouray is one of those homes.
This $1.995 million home listed on Realtor is on the National Historic Registry and was constructed over two years by George Andrew Jackson. Jackson is said to have been the first to discover commercial deposits of gold in Colorado.
This home was used for 23 years from 1914 to 1937 to house indigent and sick miners. Since that time, the house has been dubbed the Poor Farm by locals in the area.
The home located at 14 Citadel Drive in Ridgway has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a three-car garage, 3,743 square feet of living space, and sits on a 3.06-acre plot of land. The home was purchased in 2000 and renovations took place over the course of 10 years.
Renovations included plumbing, electric, exterior walls, foam insulation, a copper roof, sub-flooring, doors, windows, and HVAC. This historic home was then sold again in 2011 to the current owners that completed the renovations in 2013.
A newly completed three-car garage features a full bathroom, in-floor heating, and a parking pad for an RV equipped with a 30 amp plug.
The photos for the listing of the home are exactly what you will get as the home will be sold fully furnished. If you would like to learn more about this historic Colorado home located in Ridgway, you can see the full listing on Realtor.