A forbidden building becomes a welcoming community venue

When Todd Noreen moved to Highlands Ranch in 1991, his home backed up to open land and the historic property known as the Highlands Ranch Mansion. Red and green ivy vines engulfed the front of the castle-like building. Critters inhabited the inside. Water leaks stained the interior walls.  Following a $6 million renovation to the 126-year-old mansion completed in 2012, Noreen’s view from the back of his home changed drastically.    Read the article……………


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