Completed in 1902 by former Colorado governor James B. Grant, this colonial-style mansion includes over 42 rooms, some up to ... More
Completed in 1902 by former Colorado governor James B. Grant, this colonial-style mansion includes over 42 rooms, some up to 60 feet long. The billiard room, bowling alley, auditorium and ballroom testify to the luxury of this wonderland. After Grant's death, the structure was purchased by Albert Humphreys. He installed an extravagant ten-car garage, car wash and gas pump for his Rolls Royces. Originally used as office space, the mansion is now owned and operated by the Colorado Historical Society, and is available for rental.
I love this location! It combines an older ambiance with a classic style. The unique historic decorations allow you to use the mansion decorations rather than supplying your own. I HIGHLY suggest looking into the Grant-Humphreys!
Designed and built for the Cheeseman family in 1908, and later purchased by the Boettcher family, this mansion was deeded
to the state in 1959. The Georgian Revival residence became the Governor's Mansion in 1960 after considerable controversy. Ornate ...
This little corner restaurant is like the supermodel of Asian dining for it possesses class, looks and charm. Brownish copper
tables and black chairs exude a very distinct and sophisticated look that says, 'these people know what they are ...
Nestled in historical lower downtown Denver, Larimer Square occupies a one block strip of the city's oldest street, dating back
to the 1860s. Lined with Victorian brownstones, the area is now a thriving shopping and entertainment district, flowing with ...
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