Thursday doors…flag these doors

Posted: March 18, 2021 in Uncategorized

We’re back in Flagstaff today for some red doors and an historic building that might be yours. As an added bonus, you get three doorfies. πŸ™‚

If you have a spare $4,300,000 to spare, you can buy this historic building with over 17,000 square feet in downtown Flagstaff, Arizona:

The building is on the National Historic Registry and was originally used as a post office in 1937. The building can also be seen in the movie, Forrest Gump, when runs across the country and runs right down San Francisco Street. Right now it is currently being used as an office building. The historic brick building is located in the heart of Flagstaff at 114 N. San Francisco Street, across from the Monte Vista Hotel.

If you’d like to see a view of the inside, click here. Here are a number of views of the building, inside and out. Buy it and you’ll also score 12 private parking spots.

We didn’t go into this coffee shop which I think, from the reflection, that it’s across from the railroad station, Dan. It’s also got a bit more decoration than many other doors.

for Thursday Doors 3.18.21

  1. Sheree says:

    Love the last one

  2. Debbie Smyth says:

    I’ll best it in mind if I win the lottery!

  3. Dan Antion says:

    Only $4.3 Million? And 12 parking spots? It’s almost too much to ask for. And a view of the railroad station. I used to work for the Post Office, maybe they’ll knock a little off the top.

    It looks wonderful, Janet, and there’s nothing quite like a red door. Flagstaff sounds like a neat place. I look forward to inside shots, food and drink shots as thing begin to open up (and are safe). I hope you’re having a great week.

    • I look forward to going back when things are opened up a bit more. There’s a lot to see and Lisa told me there are some nice churches, too, so I’ll have to check those out as well as the railway station.

  4. The first one held my attention – I think because of the reflections … and the last pic made me smile.

  5. Teresa says:

    I think I would like to have coffee! Lovely orange door too!

  6. de Wets Wild says:

    That’s a very innovative way of signing your work, Janet – positioning yourself in every shot!

  7. peggy says:

    Thanks for that view of downtown Flagstaff. The last time I was there was 1999.

  8. Jet Eliot says:

    I enjoyed your door photos today, Janet, and this federal building is beautiful. I appreciated the indoor views. Pleasant rooms, and the skylight brightens it up nicely.

  9. ooh, the last door is my favorite! πŸ™‚

  10. Junie-Jesh says:

    Love the almost-symmetry of the reflections of the first door. The colors of the copper around the door are really framing the second door, giving it more ambience. Jesh

  11. Ally Bean says:

    Firecreek Coffee Company has one doozy of a door. Wonderfully different

  12. jazzytower says:

    That first one is out of my price range, I’ll just keep looking.😍 Love the details on that last one.


  13. JT Twissel says:

    Flagstaff is a bit off the beaten path for a vacation home but thanks for the heads up! (not that I could even afford the price!)

  14. Amy says:

    Beautiful orange door. We visited Flagstaff a few years ago, I really like the city. πŸ™‚

  15. Cool red doors, Janet! The Federal Bldg looks neat with the stone and what looks like piping in brass. The last door is pretty.

  16. A trio of fun and classy doorfies.

  17. Love the building, Janet. And the photos. But living there? I think I’d get lost. LOL. I always like your photographs. You have quite an eye for beauty.

    • And the prices is rather high as well. πŸ™‚ I’m happy to hear that you like my photos. Thanks for dropping by and for taking the time to comment. How are things with you?

  18. I love that last door, it portrays an old railway carriage so well. Very cleverly done.

  19. 12 parking spots! I can sell tickets to view the wonderful doors

  20. Resa says:

    Nice selection of doors, Janet.
    I especially like the coffee shop door.
    I’m going to check out the link of that historic building!

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