History

Boettcher Mansion celebrates 100 years

Posted 8/1/17

History and nature were on display July 27 as Jefferson County celebrated 100 years of Beottcher Mansion on Lookout Mountain in Golden.

The mansion originally served as the Boettcher family summer home and seasonal hunting lodge when it was built …

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History

Boettcher Mansion celebrates 100 years

Posted

History and nature were on display July 27 as Jefferson County celebrated 100 years of Beottcher Mansion on Lookout Mountain in Golden.

The mansion originally served as the Boettcher family summer home and seasonal hunting lodge when it was built in 1917. In the late 1960s, George Boettcher’s granddaughter, Charline Breeden, willed the mansion to Jefferson County upon her death. Throughout the years, it was renovated and listed on the National Register of Historical Places. Over time, the mansion has become a popular wedding venue for the entire Denver metro area.

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