The classic revival style mansion, incorporates so many unique and superbly handcrafted art works that it is literally a museum of fine art. The chandeliers, stained glass windows, beautifully hand carved fireplaces, hand-painted ceilings, English landscape motif tapestries, fine hard woods throughout and some original furniture are as they were the day the Zang family moved into their lovely new residence in 1905. Construction was completed at a cost of $108,000.
Zang Mansion reminds us of the elegant Victorian lifestyle of a by-gone era, and the many successful commercial endeavors of Adolph Zang and his family. Designated as a Historical Landmark by the City and County of Denver and the State of Colorado, The Zang Mansion is listed in the National Registry of Historic Places.
The family of Rod and Ruth Greiner sold the Zang Mansion to Kevin Vollmer April 2017.
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