Boulder’s 3 Oldest Homes
The Squires-Tourtellot Home
The oldest surviving home in Boulder, the Squires-Tourtellot House was built in 1865. This home is the only example in Boulder of New England rural architecture, and includes other features like double-hung windows, six over six wood lintels, louvered shutters, and a steep gable roof with chimneys.
The Spruce Street Mansion
The Spruce Street Mansion located at 1123 Spruce Street, is Boulder‘s oldest remaining brick home which holds architectural significance. This was the home of the Arnett, Soule and Coates families who were early prominent Boulder residents.
The Arnett-Fullen House
This home was built in 1877 by Williamette Arnett for $4,000 and featured one of Boulder‘s first indoor bathrooms, central heating, and cold running water systems. The Victorian style of the home is still beautiful today with its lush gardens, intricate design elements and irons fences.