Tilton Opera Block
15 Main Street
Built by Henry Tilton in 1881. Tilton was an entrepreneur who made his wealth during the Gold Rush in San Francisco
He returned to Littleton and invested in several enterprises including real estate. He built the grand hotel, The Mount Pleasant, nearby in Carroll, and the Tilton Opera Block. The building is the town's largest brick structure and its details influenced the design of many of Main Street's buildings. The original design of the building was intended for performance arts until the town built the Opera House. In 1945 Littleton Coin and Stamp Company was launched on the second floor of the building, a mail order firm that became nationally prominent. Today the Tilton Opera Block consists of modern apartments on the 3rd floor, Office space on the second floor and Commercial storefronts on the Main Street level.
Commercial Rental Information
Storefronts range from 500 - 2,200 S.F. All are Main Street level and have basement level storage. Each has a private bathroom. Rents: $395 - $950
Apartment Rental Information
7 Two Bedroom Apartments ....From $725
11 One Bedroom Apartments ....From $625
All Rents include Heat, Water, Sewer and Rubbish Removal.
Located in Heart of Downtown Littleton. Brick Exterior, New Oversized Windows, Custom Wood Trim, Wainscot, Exposed Brick, Laundry Facilities, Ample Parking, Fully Sprinklered, Non-Smoking.
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