National and State Register

Kistler House / Rodriguez House

Denver County

The William Henry Kistler family first occupied this house in 1920.  Kistler (1858-1936) was a successful early Denver businessman and founder of the W.H. Kistler Stationery Company, the largest concern of its kind in the West for many years.  Denver architect Jules J.B.Benedict designed the eclectic Jacobethan Revival style house. 

A long angled view of the house in black and white with shrubs and trees in the foreground and sides overhanging snow. On the right of the house is a tall chimney emerging from the second floor.

Kistler House / Rodriguez House

The house was later occupied by Dr. Rene Alvarez Rodriguez, physician and honorary consul to the Dominican Republic.  The property is associated with The Architecture of Jules Jacques Benois Benedict in Colorado Multiple Property Submission.