There is a new listing shown at Realtor.com that features a home on the edge of Grand Junction's historic residential district.

This 1938 build was completely remodeled in 2020 and has an amazing inground pool in the backyard. This four-bedroom and four-bathroom home is presented by Barb Hecht and brokered by Bray Real Estate.

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Own A Part of Grand Junction History on Gunnison Avenue

This historic landmark home is located on the corner of Gunnison and 12th Street directly across from Lincoln Park. It's a perfect location in town that is close to the fun activities in the park including the 4th of July Fireworks that can be seen from the pool in the backyard here. Plus, you are within walking distance of the ballpark or downtown shopping.

Where is Grand Junction's Historic Residential District?

Grand Junction's Historic Residential District is located off of 7th Street between White and Hill Avenues. The home featured on Gunnison Avenue is to the East of the official historic district but is still a historic home from the 1930s that is ready for 2022.

Check out 1203 Gunnison Avenue in Grand Junction, Colorado

Scroll through the photo gallery below for a look at the remodeled home, new hardwood floors, and the incredible pool and firepit in the backyard. 1203 Gunnison Avenue is for sale now for the asking price of $969,000. 

This Grand Junction Home on Gunnison Ave Comes With a Huge Pool

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