National and State Register

Weckbaugh House

Denver County

Designed by Jules J.B. Benedict, the 1930-33 Weckbaugh house is one of few local examples of the Norman Chateau style. The large mansion, with ten bedrooms and baths, is situated on 1.7 acres of landscaped grounds.

A black and white view of the house beyond a fence, with stone walls and light trim, with gabled windows emerging from the sloped roof. There is a conical roof prominently in the center of the photograph.

Weckbaugh House

Although constructed during the Great Depression, the design and quality of the architectural detailing is exceptional.  Ella Weckbaugh was the daughter of John K. Mullen, one of Denver’s most prominent businessmen and philanthropists during the late 19th century.  The property is associated with The Architecture of Jules Jacques Benois Benedict in Colorado Multiple Property Submission.