610 Oak Street, Ouray, Colorado, 81427
Exceptional home with awesome views. Step into this quaint home feels like stepping back in time. The stained glass banisters came from the Beaumont in 1950 or 1960 when Mrs. Phillips was gutting it and shutting it down to paint the building pink. The First National Bank closed and gutted, Luderman purchased the teller cages and built it into this house. All the doors, inside and out, came from the superintendent’s cabins at local mines. The bathroom sink is of marble and it too came from the mine houses that were torn down in the fifties. The A-Frame chateau Switzerland build makes this a very unique and attractive home. The square feet in the property (ground) is 8250 includes the 3745 sq. ft. across Oak Street going down to within three feet of the Uncompahgre River. At the back (west) side the property joins Forest Service land and to the east borders the Uncompahgre River which you can hear from the front yard. The garage has a workshop area with power. This home is looking for a new owner that appreciates the special touches acknowledging the history of the Ouray area.