In the quiet mountain town of Gypsum Colorado; this Abandoned Farmhouse from the 1930s remains in this agricultural community. Little is known about this mysteriously captivating two-story farmhouse at the crossroads of progress & history. While returning from a visit to Glenwood Springs we stopped for gas in Gypsum. It's is a relatively new city, which celebrated its centennial in 1982. Unlike most of the towns in the region, it is not a mining town. In fact, its primary industry is agriculture, specifically potatoes. While gassing up I found saw an abandoned property that shares the lot with the station I was using. Needless to say, I took a closer look (at a respectful distance). I found this unique little two-story abandoned home captivating. You don’t normally see an abandoned home off a major intersection, next to a brand new service station. It turns out this property was occupied as soon as 2017... UPDATES: "I've been living in Gypsum since birth, that house is pretty much the Gypsum Landmark other than the airport. Also, the Shed was owned separately from the house itself and used to be a storage shed. The house itself was owned back in the early 80's. The man has since moved due to town development. He has not been traced down, nor the owner of the shed. The plot of land though will be renovated into commercial housing nearing 2022" ~Jared Morales "I’ve lived in gypsum for over 14 years and both have been abandoned for as long as I’ve been here maybe even longer" ~ Pedro Sanchez Read More, See photos & Extended Content: www.derelictdoug.net/derelict-doug-blog/abandoned-home-found-in-the-middle-of-gypsum-colorado Or Follow Me Here: derelictdoug.net www.instagram.com/derelictdoug twitter.com/Derlict_doug www.facebook.com/DerelictDoug"