Ohio City Colorado - A Modern Day Ghost Town

submitted by DerelictDoug on 11/09/19 1

Ohio City is a “semi-ghost town”, in the Quartz Creek Valley; just a few miles away from the more populated town of Pitkin Colorado. Many of the original homes remain, but the main street has suffered the loss of most of its buildings. Like many Colorado ghost towns, Ohio City; has had a few declines and rebirths. The most recent of which happened in the 2010s. In fact, I would say this town has the potential to come back. At least the Mother Lode could be brought back at a reduced capacity. The property is still up for sale and is in amazing condition. It had very healthy street traffic when I visited (and I visited off-season). It’s literally move-in ready and is available for just under a million dollars. While this is a steep price, it comes with a boatload of potential. Today you can find souvenir keychains from the Mother Lode being auctioned off on eBay and are sold as collector's items on Amazon. People from the area still speak fondly of the Mother Lode and would welcome its return. Perhaps with a new set of products, new management, and a slightly less complicated LLC structure this business could once again succeed. And in the process lift this town out of ghost town status. ↓See Extended Content & Learn More Below↓ www.derelictdoug.net/derelict-doug-blog/ohio-city-colorado-a-modern-day-ghost-town View the Mother Lode property listing here: bit.ly/Mother-Lode-CO Keep Up-To-Date with Me Here: derelictdoug.net Or Follow Me Here: www.instagram.com/derelictdoug twitter.com/Derlict_doug

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