In the historic and utterly charming village of Cerrillos, an extraordinary property with unlimited possibilities awaits a buyer with vision and imagination. From the moment you enter you feel the history. Built in 1892 during the gold, coal and turquoise rush, rumors have it that Buffalo Bill Cody most likely had a drink in the old saloon inside. Over the years it became a boarding house, a butcher shop and a bootlegging establishment. Much of its authenticity remains, from yellow pine T/G pine floors, the shelves when it was a mercantile store in the '20's, the original hand-painted numbers over the hotel room doors to the poker room where numerous coins and playing cards from the 1890's. Walls are double-adobe and in 2016 a TPO roof was installed. Used in numerous film productions.
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