The Wellington House is a historic property and is known to be one of the first houses to be built in the Ute Pass area. Nestled in a park like setting with lawn and gardens, the Victorian farmhouse is surrounded by 58 forested acres with wild flowered meadows, seasonal stream and waterfall, large rock formations and hiking trails. Although updated throughout the years, the 133-year-old homestead still maintains its original features and charm, with stained glass windows (salvaged from a Cripple Creek church), handmade/painted tile, antique pressed tin ceiling (from an 1880s Cowboy Bar complete with bullet holes). The hand scraped, lodge pole, beams, floors and paneling were harvested by the original homesteaders, the Wellington’s, from the surrounding old growth Pine Forest. This multi-use property offers opportunity as an income property, has multiple building site options and has approx. 4 acres of Hwy 24 frontage with varied special usage, to include commercial potential. Zoned (RT) w/land use of (Ag) grazing. Whether you are looking to create your own private hideaway, rental opportunities or a unique location for a true Colorado getaway, this property has an abundance of potential. Make your dreams come true with this piece of Colorado History!
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