Buy some History! The Davis House originally was a stagecoach stop and boarding house. The house later became home to Buddy Johnson. From the 1950s to the 60s on first KCSJ TV and later on KOAA TV he was on shows like the Western Star Theatre, or with his band on The Colorado Hayride or The Barndance which had a live studio audience. But if you were a very lucky boy or girl, you might have been one of the thousands of Colorado kids who actually made the trip up to "Big Hill" in Pueblo and were actually on the well loved and remembered The Buddy Johnson Adventurer's Club show. The house was completely remodeled down to it's studs in 1994. The character of the 1901 farm house was preserved yet up to date structurally and aesthetically. Many of the rooms lend themselves to different uses. There are a couple of options for a home office. Or there could be 4 bedrooms or a designated family room. The home is compact yet plenty of space due to the way it has been designed. The front porch and back patio will draw you outdoors to enjoy the mountain air and the sound of the many birds. The landscaping is mature, lush yet natural and easy maintenance. It is on the Beulah Community Water system. There is ample parking in the back of the home. Buyer to verify all sq footage. Near the Beulah Post Office and General Store! If you are looking for small town living but do not want to be isolated, this house is one to take a look at.