Originally constructed in 1891 and owned by the McKown family, publisher of the San Miguel Examiner newspaper, this stately residence was artfully restored and enlarged in 1991 by its current owner. Its Late Victorian era front gabled plan with canted bay on its facade, is architecturally significant for Telluride’s residential development in the late 1800’s. Its location on two lots with mature trees and lush landscaping afford ample solitude on Telluride’s most coveted street in the heart of the Historic District. Less than one and a half blocks from commercial core shopping and dining and 3.5 blocks to the gondola, 220 N. Oak offers the convenience of downtown living with quality of life in a residential setting. Its east-west orientation offers the residence excellent solar exposure and exceptional view corridors of the ski resort to the south and Telluride peaks to the east from a one bedroom with loft guest house over a two car garage. The main residence floorplan embraces 6 bedrooms (Master with two decks facing east and south) , 4 baths, 4 south and west facing decks, den/office and free flowing kitchen, living and dining spaces. A billiards room and rec room with wet bar) Partially occupy nearly 1400 SF occupy a fully finished basement with endless possibilities for media and game room.