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0.54± Acres
New Listing
Ouray County, Colorado

Countyline Roadhouse

ID: 52648
Status: New Listing
Price: $1,195,000
Acres: 0.54±
Type: Commercial, Business Opportunity
Address: 35 Hotchkiss Ave
City, State: Colona, Colorado
County: Ouray
ZIP Code: 81403
Presented By: Joseph Burns
Dwelling Sq Ft: 2,579


This commercial building, at the corner of Hotchkiss Avenue [CR1] and Highway 550, was built in the 1980’s by Jim Guyton for his Texas style restaurant “Jim’s BBQ”, and then renovated between 2010-2014. Built and furnished in the style of an early 20th century National Park Lodge, the space has ATMOSPHERE! The bar equipment, fixtures, and furnishings are included (some exclusions), as well as additional lots to the north of the building that provides ample parking and room for future building expansion. The restaurant is well suited for music and entertainment with the loft providing a bird's-eye-view of the restaurant and bar below and the 12' wide wrap-around porch doubling the seating capacity during busy summer months. The Countyline Road House is conveniently located along the Highway 550 corridor on a corner lot with impeccable exposure and direct highway frontage. This roadway is the main route to Ridgway, Ouray and Telluride, conveying travelers to music & film festivals, skiing, and summer/ winter recreation.

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