The Historic James B. Arthur House

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"It will be by all odds, the finest and most conveniently arranged residence in town." -Ansel Watrous

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Historic Arthur House 2013

James B. Arthur House, built in 1882

Built by pioneer, entrepreneur, city founder, Mayor, State Senator Arthur.

  • More than 4,000 square feet, built using the finest materials and techniques, construction includes sandstone foundation, all brick construction, and newer roof.
  • Modern plumbing and electrical.
  • Antique radiators with modern heating plant.
  • Located near historic Old Town and Colorado State University.
  • Property currently boasts 5 apartments with ample parking lot with more than 20 spaces.
  • Other possible uses include B&B, commercial office space.
  • Also could be converted back to a single family mansion or into 2 condominiums.

Located in Fort Collins' Laurel School Historic District: Nationally designated in 1980.

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