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The Colorado Governor?s Mansion was built and designed for the Cheeseman Family in 1908. It was purchased by the Boettcher family and was later on deeded to the state. In 1960, the Georgian Revival house was turned into the Governor?s Mansion but without some controversy.

The residence boasts of ornate gardens and fountains, antique collections and some European and Asian artworks. One of the mansion?s features is the Drawing Room, which holds a Waterford crystal chandelier that used to be hung inside the White House in Washington, DC.

Also known as ?Colorado Home,? the house is also famous for hosting US presidents, famous celebrities, and foreign dignitaries as it served its political and residential purpose. Its renovation in 2006 gave way to additions like the Tebo Visitors Center and the Viki and Jack Thompson Gardens.
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