This sandstone residence was designed by famous architect William Lang starting in 1890. One of the best features of this home listed by the U. S. National Register of Historic Places is the sign in the window. It reads in part, “Problem solver. Technical consultations ½ hour 25₵. All projects cash in advance.” You can see his Townhouse on Washington Street. During his short career, he favored a combination of Victorian and Richardsonian Romanesque styles while designing over 200 mansions in Denver including the Molly Brown House.