The house was built in the 1880s by architect William A. Lang for owners Isaac and Mary Large. The Brown's bought the house in 1884 and made very few changes, although one of which was adding gilt (yes, gilt...) floor to ceiling lincrusta/anaglypta to the entry hall and tile to the porch. In 1902, it was even the governor's mansion for the Governor of Colorado while their house was being remodeled. Photos by me.
The interior. No, I don't think I would want to move in but I enjoyed seeing it at any rate. image
Molly presenting a trophy cup award to Capt. Arthur Henry Rostron for his service in the rescue of the passengers on Titanic that sunk April 15, 1912. image