Buell Mansion is named after Temple Hoyne Buell, a renowned Denver architect, developer, and philanthropist. Buell purchased the home and 192 acres in 1930 and he lived there for many years with his wife, Marjorie, three daughters and one son. The children had a pet deer who for a short time was allowed run of the house. Buell moved out when the marriage dissolved and the home was empty for many years. In the 1980’s he moved back and began restoring the home.
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