Mountain Schoolhouse – Howard, Colorado
Located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, several miles south of the historic town of Salida, this 1,934-square-foot home was originally used as a schoolhouse when it was built in 1902. The students are long gone, but the building has since been remodeled as a residence that contains two bedrooms, two baths, a sun room, and loft. The school’s custom mill work and original fir floors remain, and the building has been updated to be energy efficient, with a solar electric grid tie system that ensures power even on a cloudy day. Also included in the two-acre parcel is an insulated garage and workshop with a custom dust collection system, bathroom, and wood stove. The property has been landscaped to include a drip irrigation system, a timer for garden beds, and a small orchard. The original school bell is also still in place. Price: $435,000... Read More →
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