Governor’s Residence at the Boettcher Mansion

Denver, Colorado | C.1904

Photo Credit: Accidentally Wes Anderson


Serving as the governor of Colorado’s residence since the 1960s, this luxurious abode was first built for rail magnate Walter Cheesman. Originally from Chicago, Walter traveled to Denver via ox cart, which may have been his motivation to help bring railway service to the Mile High City.

Written By: Accidentally Wes Anderson

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