This comfortable, one-and-one-half-story frame bungalow originally built by an Alamosa lumber dealer has Tuscan columns fronting a wide, balustraded porch. Gabled dormers with diamond shingling extending from the hipped roof on three sides have paired, board-trimmed windows and boxed eaves. The interior is refurnished but still has the original pine wood-work, built-in cabinets with leaded glass, and parlor fireplace.
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Cottonwood Inn Bed and Breakfast
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