$ 4.7 Million Replica of Old Town in Western Colorado

For those who want to step back in time to the 1800s without forgoing modern amenities, a large 320-acre property in Colorado might be the solution.

A replica of a Old West town, this secluded country estate in Saguache, Colorado is on the market for $ 4.7 million.

“There is something for everyone here, whether you want privacy and your own space,” explains the listing agent, Adrienne haydu with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties. “If you like history, it’s almost like a collector’s item. Many historical aspects still remain on the property.

It’s easy to see that the original builder had a passion for creating unique properties.

The city was designed to make it look like you’ve come back to the end of the 19th century, says Haydu, with replicas of a bank, hotel, saloon, and restaurant. It also offers a chapel, a dance hall and a general store.

Streetscape in Saguache, CO

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Outside

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Outside

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Chapel

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Dance hall

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Interior

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Hotel

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Hotel

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Room

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The hotel is a fully functional building with 12 rooms, each named after a character from the Old West.

For those who prefer to bring their own place to sleep, the property also has 24 motorhome hookups.

“You don’t feel like you’re in the 21st century when you’re there,” says Haydu, “but at the same time there are modern amenities. “

Home

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Living space

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Living space

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Dining area

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Food

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For those who prefer not to live in the hotel, the private main house on the property is an option: rustic, but with modern comforts,

“It’s breathtaking. This is a luxurious three-bedroom Ponderosa log cabin, ”says Haydu.

Museum

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History buffs will be interested to learn that the property’s two cabins date back to when the Hoaglund Stagecoach Line made stops in the area, when people traveling across the country would stop here to spend the night or refuel.

A museum is full of stagecoaches and other historical artifacts. Apart from personal items, all artifacts and furniture will be passed on with the property.

Earth

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Earth

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Earth

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The town and the private lodge are on a small part of the total area of ​​the plot, which includes two ponds and two streams.

“It’s a very versatile and flexible property,” says Haydu. “If you like to hunt, this is a great opportunity to become one with nature. Wildlife is abundant. You have moose, deer, and antelope roaming free throughout the property.

In addition, a stable of five stalls includes a barn and 13 stalls.

The property has passed through some hands since its construction in 2007, and has been used for weddings, concerts and retreats.

Haydu says it’s essentially a turnkey venue, with the potential to become a retreat and event location, or just a place where a family can enjoy privacy and activities in a setting. unique.

“You stand out and it’s just a panorama of opportunity, privacy and peace,” she says. “When you think of the big picture of how people might come and enjoy this property, it’s very, very flexible.”

Seen

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Aerial view

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Aerial view

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