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These stately homes drew inspiration from early American classical and Greek revival styles. Defined by symmetrical front-gable facades, ancient Greece inspired columns often grace the full-height porticos.


770 Pennsylvania Street
The Grant Humphries MansionDenver’s neoclassical showpiece was built in 1902 by architects “Teddy” Boal and Frederick L Harnois and is now a museum operated by the Colorado Historical Society. The monumental semicircular portico is supported by four fluted Corinthian columns and overlooks a large expanse of lawn backed by Colorado’s Rocky Mountains.
709 Clarkson Street
The Adolph Zang MansionOne of Denver’s first fine Neoclassical designs; built in 1903 and designed by Frederick C Eberly. The interior boasts original hand-painted ceilings, stained glass windows and hand carved detailing in ten varieties of wood.

1440 Ash Street

Inside what may be William E Fisher’s first Denver design (1883) is a well preserved neoclassical interior with a golden oak trim.


Source: Denver the City Beautiful by Thomas J Noel & Barbara Norgren

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