Historic Downtown Colorado SpringsSurvey Report
Downloadable Walking Tour Brochure
Colorado Historical Society
National Register of Historic Places
City of Colorado Springs Homepage
City Planning Homepage
©2004 City of Colorado Springs
Select a numbered resource for more information
- Resource Number: 103
- Historic Building Name: Armentrout Residence
- Current Building Name:
- Address: 214 E. St. Vrain St.
- Architectural Style: Late 19th and Early 20th Century American Movements/Craftsman
- Year Built: 1910
Click for more information
Click for more photos
This residence is significant for its representation of the Craftsman style popular in the United Stated during the early 20th century. Notable featured reflected in this house are the gabled roof with widely overhanging eaves and triangular knee braces under the eaves, the shingled walls and stone foundation, the full-width porch with shaped spandrels, paired posts atop shingled piers and cross-braced balustrade, as well as the multi-/single/light double-hung sash windows.
Built in 1910, the initial occupants were Abraham A. and Agnes Armentrout, whose descendents owned the property for many years. Locally significant.