The Historic Preservation Alliance of Colorado Springs, Friends of Cheyenne Canon, Cheyenne Mountain Heritage Center, and Pikes Peak Urban Gardens are partnering to rehabilitate the Harlan-Wolfe residence.
Harlan-Wolfe Residence captures a window to the pride and past of Colorado Springs. Built in 1898, the Residence became a city park after being gifted to the city in 1990. The urgency before us is due to the specific requirement of the State Historic Fund grant. We must raise $18,100 by October 1, 2015.
The grant is Phase One of three. The rehabilita-tion of this historic home will require funds in excess of $200,000, and may take three or four years to complete. With the help of friends, neighbors and citizens, the house will be returned to its former glory.