The Thompson-Henry Mansion is situated on Humboldt Island, perched on Cheeseman Park, and is one of the most historically significant homes in Denver. Built in 1905, and designed by the Baerresen Brothers, the 11,000+ SF Georgian-Revival Style home includes two Dozen Stained Glass Windows (including a 5×6 foot hand painted portrait of Romeo and Juliet), Seven Fireplaces, a newly remodeled Grand Ballroom, Cherrywood wainscoting, and it was one of the first homes in Denver built with steel-beam construction. Due to the architectural magnificence of the property, numerous movies and TV shows have been shot on the property. Hallmark cards once used the stained glass designs on a Christmas card. The Mansion features formal living spaces that are simply not found in homes today; stunning dining rooms, conservatory, parlor, grand ballroom, wine cellar, and more. Significant dignitaries and politicians have also hosted meetings in the home. This is one of the most architecturally significant and iconic homes in Denver to be ever be offered and truly a must see!