This amazingly beautiful property consists of three mining claims just above Animas Forks, totaling 31 acres. There is a
comfortable off the grid cabin, built in 1999, complete with propane appliances, queen murphy bed, sleeping and storage
lofts, solar powered hot water system, shower, and composting toilet. The Frisco Mill and Bagley Tunnel are on the parcel.
The Frisco Mill is important for its distinctive architecture with it’s massive post and beam construction. Eligible for restoration
|Address:||820 County Road 9|
|Financial:||Both the Mill and the Bagley Tunnel are listed on the Colorado State Register of Historic Properties making it eligible for Colorado Historical Fund grants as well as tax credits for restoration.|
|Construction:||Constructed in 1912, the Frisco Mill is important for its distinctive architecture. The 150-ton ore concentration mill with its massive post and beam construction is an unusual example of a prefabricated industrial building. Its pieces were pre-cut, pre-fit, and coded with numbers and letters before being shipped to the site for assembly.|
|Lot size:||2,365,310 sq ft|