Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Rocky Mountain Realtors – it’s a great name, and an even better story. The Berkshire Hathaway name itself is a trusted brandworldwide which includes insurance services, financial services, and a huge umbrella company over household names like Heinz, See’s Candies, and Geico.
But in Florence, Berkshire Hathaway means real estate. The franchise owners purchased the foreclosed property at 232 E Main St and have not only helped revive the busy block on the edge of the business district, they’ve brought new life in many ways.
The historic home (built in 1918) was given new life with renovations to be a comfortable and welcoming office for questions and direction for buying or selling real estate. Touches like a kitchen table that can be used as meeting space and a collection of local furniture purchased from surrounding retailers make this feel like a casual conversation at a friends house.
Even local artists help bring new life to this space. This property functions as both an office and a community space, complete with professionally curated art throughout the inside, and an “art barn” in on the property used for art classes and exhibits. Musicians have also touted their skills on the block, at multiple community events and Chamber Mixers hosted onsite with some of the best parties in town.
Overall, this company and location is about welcoming people, and recently they’ve welcomed long-time Fremont County resident Johanna Patterson. Johanna is a licensed real estate agent and uses her community knowledge and relationships to connect with locals and provide exceptional service by giving new life to their dreams.
If you haven’t been to this community gathering spot yet, you’re sure to attend an event there in the future. They would love to share their story, art, and space with you.