Since 1964, a unique building has served many purposes in a rather unremarkable part of Colorado, but that all may change in the future. Keep scrolling to learn about this intriguing wonder once known as the A-Frame Lounge.

What Was Colorado's A-Frame Lounge?

The year 1964 saw the completion of a large building at 8801 Interstate 76 Frontage Road in Henderson, Colorado that undoubtedly caught the eye of anyone passing by.

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The building consisted of 5,280 square feet, a number shared with the elevation of Denver, and featured a large, steep, a-frame along with extended buildings on either side.

Over the years, this spot was home to an auto mechanic shop, a gas station, a restaurant, a cafe, and even a gentlemen's club throughout its decades-long existence.

However, the building has been sitting vacant for some time, as evidenced by its deterioration as well as the retro gas prices still displayed on the sign where the gas station once was, and now many believe that it will be torn down altogether.

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As you'll see below, the boarded-up and abandoned property is currently surrounded by a large chain-link fence, but it was just a few years ago that a glimmer of hope for the building presented itself.

Back in 2019, the property that contains the now-defunct A-Frame Lounge was listed for sale. The entire property carried a price tag of a reported $1 million, but it doesn't appear as if it was purchased and subsequently, is likely headed for demolition.

Keep scrolling to take a virtual tour of the unique property that was once known as Colorado's A-Frame Lounge:

If these Walls Could Talk: Colorado’s Iconic A-Frame Lounge

An iconic a-frame building just off of Colorado’s I-76 has seen a lot of action since being built in 1964, but some speculate that its days are numbered.

Gallery Credit: Nate Wilde

Abandoned Hospital + Homes in Colorado Mountain Ghost Town

WARNING: Under no circumstances should you enter this property. By doing so you risk bodily harm and/or prosecution for trespassing on private property.

Take a virtual tour of some of the buildings left behind at a now-abandoned Colorado ghost town located high in the mountains.

Gallery Credit: Nate Wilde

LOOK: Seven Lost Tunnels Along an Abandoned Colorado Railway

WARNING: Under no circumstances should you enter this property. By doing so you risk bodily harm and/or prosecution for trespassing on private property.

Take a virtual tour through seven abandoned tunnels along a forgotten train route from Manitou Springs to Leadville, Colorado.

Gallery Credit: Nate Wilde

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