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Own a piece of Estes Park’s rich history with this stunning Craftsman style home, built and owned by Cornelius H. Bond (Estes Park’s founding father, who built the Park Theater and after whom Bond Park is named). Sit on the porch and take in the views of Longs Peak, the Stanley Hotel and Lake Estes. Located within a 7 minute walk to town and 4 miles to the Fall River entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. This remarkable property boasts not one, but two transferable short-term rental licenses–a vacation home license and a bed and breakfast inn. This home is not only steeped in history but also offers modern updates for your convenience. It is warm, wonderful historic home that exudes charm and old world finishes. Relax by the wood burning fireplace at the end of the in the spacious primary bedroom. Soak in the clawfoot slipper tub after a day of hiking in the park in the newly remodeled primary bathroom. 9′ ceilings are unusual in a home of this vintage but add to the spacious ambience of this wonderful landmark. Additionally, there’s a charming carriage house built at the same time as the main house that is currently rented full time. Most of the furnishings and linens are included, making it ready to operate as a BnB or vacation rental.The 960 sq. ft. carriage house features three bedrooms, one and three-quarter baths, lots of storage and its own laundry area. Many great features in this carriage house, like a new gas fireplace and wood floors and new carpet, attract tenants as soon as it is available. Concession for carpet replacement in media room and primary bedroom. For those interested in financial information, it is available upon request. If you’re ready to take the next step, the carriage house may be viewed with an offer to purchase. Don’t miss out on this exceptional opportunity to make this piece of Estes Park’s history your very own. The seller is a licensed real estate broker.