Sigman, Morris/Terra Villa Office, Clubhouse

Address6207 W. 26th Ave., Edgewater 80214
QuadArvada, 1965 (1980)
SectionS25, T3S, R69W
Elevationc. 5450
SourceColorado Cultural Resource Survey - Historic Architectural Survey Form #5JF.1362, Robert Olson, 1998.
Initialdate1999-04-07 00:00:00-06
HistoryThis c. 1915, Late Victorian, two-story, cross-gabled, light-color brick dwelling was converted in 1970 to an office and clubhouse for a 400 unit apartment complex. Its features include a round tower, covered front and side porches, entry door, large front window and external stairs leading to the front entry. It was built for Lewis C. Goldsborough, a Denver real estate agent, who lived there from 1915 to 1941. In 1941, Morris Sigman bought the house. The Sigman family owned K & B Packing, Sigman Meat Company, and Gump Glass.