Here's your chance to own a piece of Colorado history. This home began life between 1920 and 1925 as Hereford school house on the Colorado prairie. It was designed by Chicago architect John Shellette Van Bergen who worked for Frank Lloyd Wright. Hereford school and it's meadow have been used as a scrap metal yard, a farm storage building, and then recently rehabilitated. It feels like a New York City loft. The area is known for first class bird watching with over 300 species in the nearby Pawnee National Grassland. Dream up your own visions - perhaps a retreat or event destination? Banks of windows flood the space with natural light. Antique coal stoves, and claw foot tubs bring you into the home's history. Catch your breath as you look at the remarkable kitchen with incredible cabinets and style. Hardwood floors, French doors and vaulted ceilings throughout. The roof was done two years ago and the water heater is brand new. The home is on three acres of native plant filled meadow.