The Stoiber-Reed-Humphreys Mansion (a.k.a. Stoiberhof) is located at 1022 Humboldt Street in Denver CO. The mansion was built in 1907 with building materials of tan brick and tile roofing. The builders were Desjarden & Hanjansy] and the architects of the house were Marean & Norton, who also designed the mansion used today for the Governor's place of Residence. The architectural style back then was the 20th century Second Renaissance Revival.
Designated by the National Register of Historic Places as a landmark on December 29th, 1978. It is described as follows by the National Register. "A very large three story house at the S. E. corner of the Humboldt Island district; glass and metal canopy over the front door; balustrades eaves; dormers; walled yard and basement swimming pool."
This very large renaissance Mannerist Revival house with more that forty rooms is Humboldt Island's most impressive and imposing residence. It is one of only five existing homes in Denver of this grand size and quality. The house is notable for its majestic scale, exterior and interior.
The architectural heritage of the nation, as well as structures important to its history, is worthy of preservation. Such structures provide continuity of our past; they are essential to understanding and appreciation of and identity with that heritage. We fell this house is an important piece of our Denver history. It is an unusually elegant structure built in a time when Denver was still a frontier town.
The old mansion is structured on the western end of a park called Cheesman Park and this area of Denver, Colorado is known to be haunted with several writings found on the Internet.