Magical Setting with Captivating Continental Divide Views! Secluded yet convenient-close to downtown Denver, skiing, recreation and more!

Work with custom builder to build your dream home or multiple homes - Lots of Possibilities!

Lot May be Sub-Dividable.   Zoned as Horse Property!

 Jim Holmes   |  303-475-7249  |

Christine Watson  |  720-833-8542   |

A Look Back at Lookout Mountain’s History

Golden City, now known simply as Golden, was established in 1859 at the foot of Lookout Mountain as prospectors searched for gold in the Colorado hills.

Charles Boettcher, who founded Great Western Sugar Company and the Ideal Cement Company, owned the majority of Lookout Mountain. He built a luxurious mountain lodge in 1917 on top of the mountain, which now is known as the "Boettcher Mansion." The mansion can now be rented out for weddings and other special occasions.

After Boettcher's death in 1948, the family continued to use the lodge. Charline Breeden, a granddaughter of Charles Boettcher, donated 110 acres of land and the lodge to Jefferson County a few years before her passing in 1972.

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