Here’s one of those real estate opportunities that is truly unique, the kind where the new owners will look back and reminisce on how they acquired the PERFECT place to launch their lifelong entrepreneurial dream. Welcome to Ideldale’s ONLY live-work zoned building that happens to be brimming with a vibrant, if these walls could only talk, nostalgia as the 1960’s site of Dudley and Ethel Hill’s Grocery store and gas station. Previously called the Turnabout just imagine coin operated gas pumps out front and buying a chocolate bar and a bottle of Dudley Hill’s Dandelion Wine on your way out. Today the flexible Planned Development zoning will reward the creative live-work owner with a myriad of options. Dreaming of your own brewery/coffee shop? Hometown mountain restaurant? Motorcycle bar? Antique shop? Your creative vision is mostly limited to your imagination (with a few restrictions) as this well traveled roadside location sits nestled less than ten minutes from the uber popular tourist town of Morrison and equally attractive town of Evergreen. Enjoy three levels of versatility starting with an 800 sf one bed/one bath fully remodeled apartment on the top level which boasts a perfect mountain/river view off the kitchen deck. You could live in this unit and rent the others or vice versa! The main level features the commercial aspect of the property, a commercial size garage with updated, clean finishes like wood accented windows, plenty of mountain views and a large commercial garage door. The property is equipped with a King Kong sized electrical system that can handle most any large machines (440 amp) a 75k value according to this owner. This main level garage area has a bathroom and a small office entrance area with its own dedicated heating and AC setup. One level down is another commercial type space with an exterior door that used to serve as storage for the grocery store above. Ready to launch your work-play dream in the mountains? This one is it!