Fire station turned residence is on the market, and it's one hot listing. 

Are you looking for a house in Colorado’s on-fire market? Not just any house, mind you, but a seriously awesome one with a huge garage? Look no farther than Aurora’s former Fire Station No. 15.

This station was always on the smaller side, as well as literally housed in a house in Murphy Creek that was built in 2006. A new station no. 15 was officially opened earlier this year, so the old one is ready for new tenants. Maybe it will be you?

Today, the 3,096-square-foot home has four bedrooms and three baths. It was built in 2006 and sits on a .29-acre lot. Half of the home is a massive garage that used to house the station’s firetruck. It is listed as being able to hold up to FIVE cars! Now, that’s a garage!

The station turned home is listed on Zillow at a cool $419,000.

“This is a truly unique opportunity to own a home with an ATTACHED garage big enough to fit your RV, Boat, limo, or even your fire truck!”

The new fire station was built just down the way, on South Flatrock Trail, and was designed to receive a call, and have its firefighters out the door in one minute or less. It also has a state-of-the-art decontamination room for fire suits.

But, don’t wait because this house is on fire in the current market! Zillow says there is already an offer on it. You can check out the listing on Zillow.

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