Right in the heart of town! Built in 1900 from rough-cut, uncoursed, local sandstone, Advent Church with its remarkable belfry, loft constructed with beams salvaged from a nearby bridge, gothic revival appearance, original hand-painted entryway mural and steeply pitched shake shingle roof was constructed by hearty pioneers in the Western frontier town of Elizabeth. This historically significant property, originally a Seventh Day Adventist church, was sold to the First Presbyterian congregation in 1902. They occupied the building until 1924 when the church was moved to the opposite corner of the block and the stone sanctuary became the Town Library (through 1959), and finally an artist's private residence + studio space. There are 3 structures on the property plus an attached garage and detached storage shed! Fix them up and live in one— use the others buildings as a mother-in-law apartment, a guest house, art studio, home office or airbnb! Walk or pedal to Sawmill Bar + Grill, Cowgirlz Coffee Company, Cantrina Mexican Grill Burrito, Elizabeth Brewing Company, Buzzard’s Big Mouth Pizza +++ Safeway, Walmart, Starbucks, antique stores, gyms, a public library, local schools and even a spa! Enjoy trails, parks, and a farmers market in the summertime. Only 20 minutes to Parker and Castle Rock. NOTE: Property is in need of substantial repair. Seller does NOT have any reports detailing the condition and has no knowledge as to the extent of the corrections required. Owner makes no warranties, expressly sold as-is—seller will not make or pay for any repairs. All personal items currently on the site transfer with the sale. Property to convey with Personal Representative Warranty Deed.