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Commercial Property, Two Story - Twin Lakes, CO

6411 CO HIGHWAY 82, Twin Lakes, CO 81251  |  MLS #233811  | Virtual Tour #1436361

Twin Lakes Roadhouse Lodge

Twin Lakes Roadhouse Lodge

A rare opportunity to live and work in one of Colorado's spectacular glacial valleys. The charming Twin Lakes Roadhouse Lodge includes four elegant guestrooms with designer baths; separate Carriage House with fireplace, front porch, and Lake view. Innkeepers' 2 BR, 1 bath apartment could be rented for additional income. Currently operating late May to end of September; operations can be extended to accommodate visitors throughout the year. Only AAA approved lodging in area. New construction in 1997. Historic reception area of Lodge dates from 1922. Dish TV. High speed internet. The covered porch overlooking the Lake has tables and chairs for breakfast and relaxing. Exempt commercial well; county approved septic system. Continental breakfast served daily; gourmet Italian dinners available. Adjoining lots 11 & 12, Block 11 can be purchased for $50k. The Village of Twin Lakes dates from the mid-1800's and is 9200 feet above sea level. Conveniently located 26 miles to Buena Vista, 31 miles to Ski Cooper, and 37 miles to Aspen via Independence Pass. Situated at the base of Colorado's tallest peak, Mt. Elbert, visitors and outdoor enthusiasts enjoy hiking, fly fishing, rafting, biking, lake sports, and fresh mountain air. Hike the Continental divide and Colorado Trails. The pace is measured and the scenery spectacular year round. Colorado State Highway 82 is on the Top of the Rockies Scenic By-Way. The Twin Lakes Roadhouse Lodge website:

  • $725,000
  • 3,013 sq. ft.
  • In village with Lake views
For more information, contact:
Dan Cooper

Dan Cooper

Century 21 Summit Realty, Inc
A spectacular glacial valley
The Roadhouse is the only AAA approved lodging in Twin Lakes...a recreational area at the base of Mt. Elbert, Colorado's highest peak.

Comfortable lodging
The Lodge has a reception room dating to 1922, a Ute tipi for the children, a Carriage House with a deck and a 1997 addition housing 4 guest rooms and an Innkeepers' apartment with 2 bedrooms and a bath. The apartment could be turned into guest space.

Nestled in a glacial valley
Specular views as you check in.

Welcome to the Roadhouse
A 5 guest room lodge on CO Hwy 82. 37 miles to Aspen over Independence Pass and about 30 miles to Ski Cooper.

Summer at Twin Lakes
Enjoy owning a well maintained commercial property at 9,200 feet.

2 adjoining lots
They are available for $50K.

At the base of Mt. Elbert
Live and work in the high country of Colorado, where "outdoors" is king. The Roadhouse is a well-maintained Lodge on the main thoroughfare of Twin Lakes.

New metal roof
New red roof in September 2015.

Built in 1922, this is original part of the Roadhouse Lodge.

Covered porch
A good place to relax or serve breakfast, with a great view of the Lakes and surrounding peaks.

A relaxing venue

The morning sun.

Guest rooms 1 and 2
Built in 1997, the addition houses 4 elegant guest rooms (all ensuite). These two rooms have a patio. Upstairs is the Innkeepers' apartment with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath, which could be converted into guest space.

Parking for guest rooms
There is parking in front of all guest rooms.

Carriage House
This separate guest space has a Queen bed and a futon. Special features are a fireplace and a private deck overlooking the Lake.

Breakfast can be served here. This is the original log building, dating from 1922.

Room 1
All rooms are ensuite and well-appointed. Room 1 has a patio with a great view and opens to the main parking lot.

Room 2
Queen Perfect Sleepers and fine bedding.

Room 3
2 Queens beds and a large futon for sleeping 6 guests.

The Hikers Room
All guest rooms have internet and Dish TV.

Carrriage House
Warm by the fire in the sitting area which has a futon for additional sleeping.

Fall splendor
Twin lakes is a popular destination.

Changing of the aspen
September and October are heavy traffic months for leaf peepers and hikers.

Mt. Elbert
The Village of Twin Lakes sits at the west end of Twin Lakes, at the entrance to Independence Pass, the highest pass (12,093 ft) in the Rocky Mountains of central Colorado.


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