Historic Curtis Park Home & Community Tour

2117 Stout Street, Barnhardt residence. 1882. Second Empire is an architectural style most popular between 1865 and 1880 and so named for the architectural elements in vogue during the era of the Second French Empire, featuring an eclectic mix of earlier European styles often combined with mansard roofs and low, square based domes.  - Wikipeida

2117 Stout Street, Barnhardt residence. 1882.
Second Empire is an architectural style most popular between 1865 and 1880 and so named for the architectural elements in vogue during the era of the Second French Empire, featuring an eclectic mix of earlier European styles often combined with mansard roofs and low, square based domes.  - Wikipeida

Explore 14 wonderful residences, including one of Denver's earliest homes. A variety of historic sites will also be featured during the weekend.

September 13th and 14th, 2014

10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Purchase tickets online at www.HistoricDenver.org


Presented by Mile High United Way

Brought to you by Curtis Park Neighbors, Inc., and Historic Denver. To benefit Curtis Park Neighbors, a Denver Registered Neighborhood Organization.

For sponsorship opportunities or to volunteer, contact Gerald Horner by e-mail: geraldhorner@gmail.com