107 Gothic Avenue

Crested Butte, CO

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Built in 1926, the Historic Byouk House is one of 20+ homes built by the Colorado Fuel & Iron Company, then Crested Butte's largest employer. As was typical of this era, the Byouks hailed from Eastern Europe and worked in the Big Mine, Peanut Mine and other CF&I operations over 3 decades. The home consists of 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms in 2,104 square feet on 0.14-acre lot located in the desirable West End of Town. Your arrival is graced by a rich wildflower garden and sunny outdoor patio. Across the entry threshold awaits the owners' favorite room: the enclosed west-facing porch, which welcomes you for a favorite read or catching up with a neighbor. The quaint living room connects to the ample dining room and the open kitchen. Further on the main level is the spacious den that spills out to a wonderful back deck facing the majestic Paradise Divide fronting onto a 2,900 square foot back yard. Two of the three full bathrooms are on this level. Upstairs above the den is the master bedroom whose remodeled bathroom is ensuite. Traversing through the second sleeping area is the third bedroom with plentiful storage under the eaves. The home is adorned with numerous eclectic touches of former owner and local artist, Patricia Dawson, who added the den and master suite in 1985. One last special element of the neighborhood is the close proximity to the commercial core of Elk Avenue and to the Elk Mountain Lodge (for your guest overflow!) just down the block. Please come in for a visit!

Listing courtesy of Walton III, Ralph (Scout)
LIV Sotheby's International Realty - CB

107 Gothic Avenue