The Parmalee House, the first cabin in Indian Hills, said to have been the home of General John Parmalee. The Parmalee House was the location for the Indian Hills Post Office from 1926-1951 and was also the starting point for the Indian Hills Water District and Fire Department. Stepping into to this beautiful cabin you will certainly feel the nostalgia of time past. The wood floors, log chinking, stained glass, brick entry and stone fireplace with 1859 and 1920 carved in all add to the beauty of this lovingly preserved historic gem. Two cabins are located on this property, square footage includes both cabins. The main cabin is 1421 sq ft with 2 beds and 1 bath, the guest cabin is 897 sq ft with 1 bed + an office and 1 bath. Along with it’s amazing charm comes the modern amenities of a gas fireplace and wood burning stove, outdoor shower and sauna, and solar outdoor lighting. Electrical was completely updated in the main cabin in 2018, new appliances in both cabins and new water heaters in both cabins. This usable lot is calling to those who can’t wait to move to the foothills and enjoy the great outdoors. The garden with raised beds is the perfect spot to grow your vegetables as long as you can keep the deer and elk from sneaking in. The yard is sprinkled with outdoor spaces galore. Multiple patios and sitting areas designed to entertain your family and guests in the ideal Colorado climate. Small creek out front and a seasonal creek on the side. The property is adorn with perennial plantings, cottonwoods, lilac border and willows. Minutes to Hwy 285 and 10 minutes to C470. Walking distance to post office, cafe, school bus stop, art gallery and local bar & grill. Hiking in all directions – Indian Hills is home to Mt Falcon Park and Pence Park, Red Rocks Amphitheatre just over the valley. Indian Hills historical information is attached in supplements.
Updated on June 17, 2021 at 5:09 pm