Stone House

Lakewood’s historical Stone House echoes with memories from the earliest days of the Colorado Gold Rush. The Stone House was constructed sometime between 1859 and 1864 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The property, built from stones from Bear Creek and rough-dressed sandstone quarried from the nearby hogback, features 18 inch thick walls. Renovated in 1976, the Stone House and is available for weddings, receptions, and other group events.

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The Stone House was perfect for our wedding

The Stone House was perfect for our wedding. There was ample space to dress and prep. The grounds are beautiful and easily utilized for a smaller wedding. Renting the space was easy and remarkably affordable. In addition, we received our deposit back in a timely manner. I am so happy we picked such a lovely place to say our vows. A beautiful place to begin a next chapter.
-- Reviewed on 1/7/2017 The McGills

Beautiful location for outdoor/indoor wedding

The stone house is a beautifully restored home from the 1860's. Its set on the grounds of Bear Creek Greenbelt. The outside of the home has the largest cottonwood tree I've ever seen . We fell in love with grounds and were married right under that tree, which also faces the lake about 30 feet away. We hunted for so long to find the right place that was in our budget. The rental is dirt cheap compared to other places, comes with tables and chairs and we used the upstairs rooms as dressing rooms. It's rented through the community resources department for Lakewood. The rental is very straightforward with no surprises.
-- Reviewed on 7/19/2014 Natalie D

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