803 Collyer Street
Longmont, CO 80501
Beautiful Circa 1940 All Brick Craftsman Style Home
Wrap-Around Covered Porch
Original Refinished Hardwood Floors
Refinished Original Period Correct Wood Trim
Large Open Concept Living Area and Dining Room
Original Fireplace with Custom Built-Ins, Gas Insert and Ceramic Surround
Recessed lighting w LED bulbs
Concrete Custom Countertops in Kitchen
Large Spacious Bedrooms
Newly Insulated Exterior Walls
Main Floor Washer & Dryer
Lots of light from Windows in Living Room and Dining Room
Detached Two Car Garage with Power
Walk Out Basement
Urban Forest of Shade and Light
Native Low Water Gardens
Raised Beds and Organic Soils
Circa 1940@s Craftsman Style Home with Arts & Crafts details!
What@s not to love about this quaint and quiet neighborhood, filled with great neighbors, block parties, Easter egg hunts and everything one could want within walking distance of your front porch! This home shines with pride and style as the current owners have loved this home and over the years have made some functional improvements that you will simple love and appreciate.
The home itself will take you back to the 40@s yet your everyday experience will be enhanced by the complete reworking of all the major systems. Improvements include yet are not limited to: New Electrical, New Plumbing, Remodeled Kitchen, Living Areas, Bathrooms and addition 4th bedroom/Bonus room.
The rooms are all over-sized and the main floor is an open concept with bar seating and dining area. Main floor laundry and mud room is designed for busy families. The covered porch is a main gathering place on lazy summer nights and the exterior landscape is a gardeners dream comes true. The patios include a nice mix of sun and shade, hardscape and soft scape and a urban forest as a back drop.
The lower level is awaiting your creative finishes. Add additional bedrooms, family room and create plentiful storage and crafting opportunities.
Wednesday Night Bike Nights
Annual Easter egg Hunt
Annual Block Partys
Annual Neighborhood Garage Sale
Friday Summer time Concert Series
Library, downtown restaurants, pubs, coffee houses
Close to 4 local Parks.
Lucille@s Caf, Pumphouse, Mike O@Shay@s, Roselle@s Pizza, Wibby@s Brewery
Nearby Buses, Churches and Schools
Buyer to verify schools, measurements, utilities, zoning and disclosures.
The Historic Eastside Neighborhood is the oldest neighborhood in Longmont, and was originally settled as the "Chicago-Colorado Colony" in 1871. Many streets in the Historic Eastside Neighborhood are named after original founding fathers of Longmont, including Kimbark, Emery, Collyer, Atwood, and Baker. With its large lots and wide streets, the Historic Eastside neighborhood was originally the preferred residential area in Longmont.
A large number of the homes in this neighborhood date from the late 1800's or early 1900's, and many have been carefully restored. One of the main characteristics of the Historic Eastside neighborhood is its small town feel, which is emphasized by its proximity to historic Main Street shops and services.
The entire neighborhood is within easy walking distance of the Longmont library and civic center building, as well as the historic downtown area. The neighborhood includes the Columbine Elementary School, which was erected in 1906, and several historic churches. Another popular feature of the neighborhood is Collyer Park, a one-block-square park with many large trees, some dating back to the original founding of Longmont. The park also includes picnic shelters, open lawn areas, play equipment for children, a sand volleyball court, and two paved tennis/pickle courts. Foxes, raccoons, squirrels, and many species of birds make themselves at home in the neighborhood. Many Eastside homeowners enjoy gardening. Visitors to Longmont often find themselves strolling leisurely through the neighborhood, savoring the charm and character of the historic homes and beautiful gardens.