Gargoyle House
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This very decorative castle was built in 1894 by the architect/contractor team of George Roe and E. W. Shutt.
This castle was built to be the home of Theodore W. Robinson, general superintendent of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company's iron and steel department.
This castle contains a very ornate hand carved mantel, and a unique winding wooden staircase.
Chuck and Dorothy Valentish and their children were enjoying this comfortable castle at the time this painting was created.
The canvas size is 30 x 40 inches.

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