200 & 224 Roller StreetGunnison
250' of Waterfront
ENJOY OVER 250′ OF WATERFRONT LAND ON HISTORIC GOLD CREEK! These two parcels totaling 1.25 acres are minutes away from downtown historic Ohio City and nestled at the edge of an established ranch in the lush Quartz Creek Valley. The .667 acre parcel located at 200 Roller Street consists of two historic buildings built in 1885. The parcel is zoned COMMERCIAL, has a working well installed and is a buildable lot. The adjoining .59 acre parcel at 224 Roller Street has a historic home that was built in 1905 and updated in 1972. This home was the primary residence of the train conductor for the Denver, South Park and Pacific Railroad which was operated in the late 19thcentury. This historic 3 foot narrow gauge railroad went through Ohio City and through the edge of this property.
There is an oversized detached 1,189 sq. ft. two-car garage with bonus storage space to house the typical active family’s many toys, sports gear and two vehicles. There is plenty of overflow parking space for an RV or other vehicles as well. An irrigation ditch supplied by Gold Creek runs through the middle of the two parcels. The location and topography are perfect for creating a beautiful bridge feature with landscaped paths to each parcel. The Ohio City general store, the Mother Lode, is a block away and Gunnison with all of its amenities is a 25 minute drive away. Many notable landmarks such as Indian Head Rock are nearby. Make this historic property located in the heart of Colorado’s recreation paradise your very own. Live the active Colorado lifestyle while the price is right!