Step back into time and experience the charm of this exclusive landmark building built in 1897. Historically known as the 'Showplace of Loveland' , it is listed in the National Registry of Historic Places. This home is a vacation destination all on it's own and is worth every penny to really feel like you have gotten away from the everyday!
The home us unique, with its hexagon shaped rooms, southern pine wood floors, an 1870 square grand piano, tiled entryway into the foyer with the original owners initials, and numerous antiques. Enjoy the wrap around veranda porch overlooking the beautiful gardens, Carriage House and Chicken Coop. Located near downtown Loveland, it is an easy stroll to restaurants, shopping, museum and library. Downtown Loveland is a great central location to all that Northern Colorado has to offer, and a hop skip and jump from the snowy slopes of the Rockies for great skiing and snow shoeing adventures!
We offer 3 rooms in the main hourse for overnight accomodations and a fourth room in the adjacent Carriage House. All rooms have an antique furnished decor with a story for each room named after a historic family member.
Rose Haven - is named after the family that restored the home back to its glory .They raised their children here and the family still resides in Loveland and frequents the house often. The large closet was a sewing room with built in shelves and the second closet was a hiding place for Christmas gifts in its narrow curve at the end. This beautiful room has a king size bed, love seat, dresser and fainting couch.
Martha’s Room - Martha married William Henry McCreery in 1870. They came to Loveland in 1875 where he organized the United Presbyterian Church and had 3 children, Ida, Mabel and Elbert. This elegant middle room has a queen size bed, antique dresser an desk.
Julia’s Room - Julia was the second wife of William Henry McCreery. He had made several changes in the décor of the house just before they were married in 1903. The entry and 2 story tower was added at this time. This room has a stairway leading to the tower belfry for a unique sitting room. This smaller room has a trundle bed for one or two guests.
Carriage House - The second story of the carriage house has a full size bed, loveseat, no bathroom, a balcony area to sit outside with a view of the gardens.
This is a family style house with an upstairs bathroom in the hall and two on the main floor.
I can't wait to have you visit our little peice of history! It will make memories and inspire plans for your return trip next year!
See you soon!
Julie and Chris Marsh