The historic Williams Seed Store and surrounding farm have been a well-known establishment on the St. Charles Mesa for over 87 years, providing more than 70 varieties of seeds to local patrons. The property totals 18.6± acres and 26.1 shares of the premier Bessemer Irrigating Ditch Company for water rights.
The property includes a three-bedroom, one-bathroom brick home set along the US Highway 50 frontage. The house sits on 1± acre of land with residential zoning. Along the highway frontage to the west is the charming Williams Seed Store building and equipment shop. These improvements stand on 0.6± acres with commercial zoning. The remaining 17± acres of land are zoned for agriculture and are currently used for growing alfalfa and alfalfa/grass mixed hay.
Location is everything, and this property has a prime position along US Highway 50, which traverses the St. Charles Mesa on the eastern edge of Pueblo, Colorado, a highly sought-after area for farming opportunities and an ideal place to call home. The Mesa is a laid-back agriculturally focused area, with lots of locally grown produce stands and family-owned businesses, with a rural feel, yet only minutes from downtown Pueblo, the largest city in southern Colorado.
A farm with such a prime location is not easy to find on the Mesa. This historic and iconic property offers one of the best locations for a potential commercial business. With multiple types of zoning, plentiful water rights, and usable improvements, this property provides limitless opportunities for the next owner.