The Henry Lee House was built in 1894 in a sleepy neighborhood just north of Downtown Denver. Today, the Highlands neighborhood is booming and the house is steps away from the top restaurants and nightlife in town. It's a rare piece of history tucked into a vibrant community that we want everyone to enjoy.
The Henry Lee House isn't another outdated Victorian turned BnB, it's much more than that. We spent 6 months gutting and remodeling the entire house. We kept all the beautiful historic pieces while completely renovating and furnishing the space with the modern traveler in mind.
We do not rent individual rooms. When you and your family or friends stay at the Henry Lee House, the entire 1st and 2nd floor of the house and yard are for your use only. The rental portion of the house has 3000 square ft of indoor living space that includes 4 private bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a fully stocked kitchen, large living areas, small private lounge with pullout sleeper, and a dining room. There are enough beds, pullouts couches and rollaways to comfortably sleep up to 12 guests without feeling crowded. For a detailed layout, please click here.
The large outdoor space has been landscaped to accommodate large parties and events. There is enough room for a 40X60 ft tent that can be open or closed, heated or not. The open layout means the house and yard can be your canvas to create the event you want. The house is available for a limited number of weddings and other events, please call or email us regarding prices and availability.
It truly is the best location in Denver. Not only is it in the heart of LoHi, but Downtown and Union Station are just a mile and a half away. Both are easily accessible by car, bus or a pleasant walk through the neighborhood.
We set out to create a high end, unique, and unforgettable experience for our guests. Please enjoy our beautiful home and city.
To learn more about Henry Lee, check out his Obituary in The Denver Post from 1914 here.
To learn more about the history of the neighborhood, check out the Denver Library link here.