The Grants' Beaux-Arts mansion is an exuberant mixture of elements, combining a brick facade with terra cotta balustrades, projecting balconies and 20 foot columns. The 30-room mansion was completed in 1902 at a cost of $35,000, in the Neoclassical style of architecture by Boal and Harnois, for James Benton Grant following his one term as the third Governor of Colorado. The house has been home to two families.
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Limited parking is available at the mansion. There are approximately 55 spaces of free off-street parking available. After 5:30pm weekdays and on weekends an overflow parking lot is available at Pearl & 8th Avenue. Fully Accessible