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Boulder’s World Famous Mushroom House

January 2nd, 2023

The Mushroom house appeared  in Woody Allen’s 1973 film, “Sleeper.” The National Enquirer also featured it as a “weird house.” The Brenton House, also known as The Mushroom House, was designed by architect Charles Haertling in the Wonderland Hills subdivision in North Boulder. It’s called The Mushroom House for its unusual shape although perhaps it should be nicknamed The Barnacle House; it was inspired by barnacles that Haertling chipped from ships hulls when he was in the Navy. The house was built above a lake and has amazing views of both the water and the mountains, plus downtown... Read More

The Famous Hollywood Movie House in Boulder

October 7th, 2022

The Brenton House, also known as The Mushroom House, was designed by architect Charles Haertling and is located in North Boulder’s Wonderland Hills subdivision. It’s called The Mushroom House because of its unusual shape, but it should be called The Barnacle House because it was inspired by barnacles that Haertling chipped from ship hulls while in the Navy. The house was built above a lake and has breathtaking views of the water, mountains, and downtown Boulder. Woody Allen’s 1973 film “Sleeper” featured the Mushroom House. The National Enquirer called it a “weird... Read More