Beautiful Homes in Denver, Colorado
These are beautiful historic homes and mansions located in Denver, Colorado. All of the homes are large and were built with style and flair by millionaires and wealthy citizens of Denver. Today some of these homes are open to the public and number of them can be rented out for weddings, parties and special events.
All of these beautiful homes in Denver are great tourist attractions and worth a visit even if only to view the buildings from the outside. Though none of these homes currently operate as hotels there are plenty of great hotels in Denver not far from these beautiful homes and mansions.
Crawford Hill Mansion
Located at 969 Sherman Street in Denver, Colorado is the beautiful French Renaissance style Crawford Hill Mansion. Built in 1906 for millionaires Crawford and Louise Hill the Crawford Hill Mansion was their home for many years and then hosted many weddings in Denver under the care of the Denver Town Club. Today Crawford Hill Mansion is the home of a Denver law firm but it would make a great hotel and wedding site.
Frank L. Smith House
Located at 1801 York Street in Denver is the Frank L. Smith House. This beautiful historic house was built in 1902 for mining magnate Frank L. Smith.
Located at 3400 Belarco Drive in Denver is the Phipps Mansion which is also known as the Phipps Conference Center. Built in the early 1930's by steel magnate Lawrence Phipps the 33,000 square foot Phipps Mansion home today is used for weddings, corporate and public events and for functions hosted by the University of Denver.
The Grant-Humphreys Mansion is located at 770 Pennsylvania Street in Denver. Built in 1902 by James Benton Grant who was a governor of Colorado the Grant-Humphreys Mansion today is owned by the Colorado Historical Society and is open to the public for tours and also available for weddings, parties, corporate and catered events.
Located at 1701 East Cedar Street in Denver is Weckbaugh Mansion. Built in the 1930's by millionaire businessman John K. Mullen as a home for his daughter Ellie Mullen Weckbaugh the Weckbaugh Mansion unfortunately has remained in private hands and is not open to the public but would make a great tourist attraction or hotel in Denver.
Located at 1290 Williams Street is the Colonial Revival and Neoclassical Georgian style 8,700 square foot Tears-McFarlane House. Built in 1897 as a home for Daniel W. Tears and his wife the Tears-McFarlane House today is owned by the city of Denver and run as a community center and is also available to be rented out for weddings and special occasions.
Adolph Zang Mansion
Located at 709 Clarkson Street is the Adolph Zang Mansion. Built in 1905 at a cost of $108,000 for brewery and mining millionaire magnate Adolph J. Zang the Zang Mansion was built in classic revival style. Adolph Zang also built a castle-like home in Denver which can be seen at Beautiful Castles in Denver, Colorado.
Colorado Governor's Mansion
Located 400 East Eigth Ave in Denver is the Colorado Governor's Mansion. Built in 1908 as the home of the Cheesman family the beautiful mansion was sold to the Boettcher family in 1924 and then donated to the State of Colorado to be the Governor's Mansion in 1959. Today the mansion home is open to the public for tours and is a popular tourist attraction in Denver
William G. Fisher House
Located at 1600 Logan Street in Denver, Colorado is the Neoclassical Revival style William G. Fisher House. Built in 1896 as the home of William and Mary Fisher this beautiful Denver home houses the offices of an architect but is worth a visit just to see the outside. This home would make a great tourist attraction in Denver.
For more see Beautiful Castles in Denver, Colorado