This grand historic home, build in 1886 by renowned Denver architect William Lang is located in Denver's Highland /Berkeley neighborhood. Walk to about 20+ restaurants, pubs & taphouses, two parks, both with small lakes and across the street from Willis Case golf course.
Ten minutes drive (really 10 min- closer than Cherry Creek to LODO) to the Convention Center, Performing Arts Complex, Coors Field or Mile High Stadium! Blocks from I 70 for quick access to the Colorado Mountains - making skiing, hiking, biking an easy day trip.
This spectacular home, once owned by the Governor of the New Mexico Territory, is 4,300 square feet of historic elegance combined with modern luxury:
• Remodeled Gourmet Kitchen
• Remodeled Master Suite including:
* Sitting Room in Turret with Beautiful Fireplace & LCD TV
* Stunning Views From Entire Room & Private Master Balcony
* Continuous Hot Water - no one will have a cold shower, even with a large group!
• Formal Victorian Dining Room, seats 11
• Parlor is Large Office with WiFi, Fireplace & Beautiful desks.
• Entertainment Room
• Two Private Balconies with Amazing Mountain views
• Wrap Around Porch
• Beautiful Property with Mature Trees & Gardens on 1/2 acre lot.
If your travels bring you to Denver, you will not be disappointed with your stay at The Wimbush Mansion.
PLEASE NOTE OUR EVENT POLICY UNDER RATE SECTION IF YOU ARE SEEKING TO HAVE ANY GATHERING. We are happy to quote the additional cost for an event, provided it is in conjunction with our summer season 4 day min. stay.
Please email through this site or call Michelle at 303-947-6800. The calendar on this site is kept up to date within 24 hours of receipt of deposit. If you email an inquiry, please include a phone number with your inquiry. As this is a historic home, Renter must be 30 years or older.
We are happy to send you our rental agreement which outlines, what is really common sense guidelines for vacation rental properties. Please feel free to call me directly with your situation if you are looking for more that standard accommodations. WE WILL NOT ACCEPT STAYS AFTER JULY 2014, as we will be moving into The Wimbush July 30th.
My husband and I love older homes, and live in another 1900 era home just a few blocks from The Wimbush. We enjoy sharing this property with other people who can also appreciate the rare historic homes of the turn of the century. Many homes from this era were torn down in Colorado!
We will only be making it available until end of next summer. Sept. 2014 we will be moving into The Wimbush, with our 3 children.
Who could resist a beautiful old gem like this one? This historic property has been treated well by many owners over the decades, but still needed some final renovations to really let it shine, which are now completed. Somehow, we felt it better to share those improvements with others who have an appreciation for vintage homes.
It's got a turret :)