This historic landmark built by the proprietor of the first hardware store in Longmont, has character, charm and Victorian ambience. From intricately inlaid hardwood flooring to 'house jewelry, ' amazing artistic detail abounds. The Thompson House could continue the 23 year tradition as a Bed-and-Breakfast and Tea Room, be a grand home or even be re-purposed as offices. Very near restaurants, businesses and parks. 2 washer/dryers, 5 fireplaces, Off-street parking for 8 cars. Includes commercial kitchen, and most furnishings.
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