Built in 1892 on Seventh Avenue near Second Street is the Historic Western Hotel & Saloon, the largest wooden structure in Ouray and a contributing property to the Ouray Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places. The street level welcomes the guest with its 50 foot wide veranda extending over the sidewalk, the original check in desk, a commercial kitchen, restaurant and saloon with original stained glass and the ''Face on the Bar Room Floor'' painting by Herndon Davis in the early 1900's. 14 guest rooms on the second floor offer a rare and authentic taste of a bygone era. 22 out of service rooms occupy the top (3rd) floor. The rich legacy of the Western makes it a perfect asset for the historic preservationist, the hotelier/restauranteur or a creative redeveloper.
Est Unfinished Sq Ft2250
Utility Info Phone LinesRegular Phone
Utility Info Primary HeatGas Base
Appliances IncludedCommercial Kitchen
AreaOuray - 74 (Major Area 70)
DirectionsFrom Main Street in downtown Ouray, turn downhill on 7th Avenue. Look for the stately white Victorian structure a block down on your right.
Land Sq Ft5600
Source Sq FtAssessor
Possessionas mutually agreed
Listed by Jason K. Raible of LIV Sotheby's International Realty