Brewster County, Texas



Iconic 2-story commercial and residential space located at the corner of North 5th Street and Avenue E in the heart of Alpine’s historic downtown business district.

118 N 5th Street consists of two ground level commercial/office spaces approximately 3,000± square foot 1,388± square foot and an elegant second floor 4,388± square foot four bedroom, four and a half bath residence. Built in 1920, the building retains period architectural elements which include 14± foot ceilings and pressed metal ceilings.

118 North 5th Street – Ground Level 

The 1,388± square foot commercial space has access off Avenue E or from the rear of the building and is built-out with modern amenities and currently serves as a professional office. L-shaped reception desk and waiting area, two spacious offices or office with conference room, galley kitchen with electric range, refrigerator, storage cabinets and counters, washer/dryer, and full bath with tub shower enclosure and storage. Opaque decorative fixed windows provide soft filtered light throughout the space.  Carpeting and tile flooring; central heat and air conditioning.

The 3,000± square foot commercial space has access off N 5th Street or the rear of the building. Currently built out with six distinct and comfortably sized offices and open plan work spaces, reception and waiting area, storage closets, wiring closet and two half bathrooms this space is currently unoccupied. Thirty-five feet of windows face onto N. 5th Street.

A 360 square foot attached garage is located at the rear of the building.

118-B North 5th Street: The Loft Second Floor Residential Space

Accessible via an elegant stairway entry off N 5th Street the luxurious four bedroom, four and a half bath, 4,388± square foot home has a spacious open plan living-dining-kitchen area and free-standing gas burning fireplace. Fourteen foot± pressed metal ceilings and exposed brick finishes accent the living area and modern kitchen with both butcher block and tumbled granite counters/breakfast bar, stainless steel farmhouse sink, commercial gas range and coffee bar. Hand-crafted double doors lead out to a second-floor balcony with architectural wrought-iron handrails that runs the length of the building and provides panoramic views and a birds-eye perspective of the downtown activities.

Adjacent to the kitchen is a butler pantry, refrigerator, and laundry space. The primary suite with adjoining nursery (or office) features bath ensuite with separate vanities, soaking tub and separate shower. A third bedroom is located off the main hallway and has a private full bath with shower enclosure. A third full bath as well as a half bath are located off the main hallway leading to a den located at the back of the home. The den has plenty of room for a shuffleboard table, card table and sectional sofa to watch the big screen tv. Built in cabinets, counter space, beverage fridge and hand sink make a perfect game room. A door leads out to the rear balcony which faces east towards Sul Ross State University. A fourth bedroom with large walk-in closet and private bath with tub shower enclosure is located off the den. Modern fixtures, lighting, and flooring complement the unique 1920’s design elements found throughout the home.