National and State Register

Alfred Butters House

Denver County

Distinguished Denver architect Frank Edbrooke designed this combination Queen Anne and Colonial Revival style house for former territorial legislator and State Senator Alfred Butters. 

A photo of the house from across the street with a leafless tree on the right.

Alfred Butters House

From 1908 to 1916 the house was occupied by Charles M. Willcox, vice-president and general manager of the Daniels and Fisher Dry Goods Co.  The house is one of a number of grand residences constructed between 1885 and 1893 in the area known as Quality Hill for its concentration of wealthy industrialists, bankers, lawyers, and other prominent citizens.