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Property Details: Nagle Warren Mansion B&B
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Property Information
Nagle Warren Mansion B&B
222 East 17th Street
Cheyenne, WY
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Price: $3,149,000
Bedrooms: 10+
Bathrooms: 7+
Square Feet: 11,435
Lot Description/Acreage:
13050 Sq Ft
Year Built:
1886-1888
Architect/Builder:
D W Gibbs Toledo Ohio Erasmus Nagleowner
Architectural Style:
Victorian
(c.1860-1900)
 
Contact Information
Name: Jim Osterfoss
Phone: 307-637-3333 or 303-895-9060
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Property History
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE NAGLE WARREN MANSION
The Nagle Warren Mansion was built by Erasmus Nagle in 1888. It is one of the few remaining fine homes built during the 1880, when Cheyenne was the richest city, per capita, in the world and a major hub on the Transcontinental Railroad.

Mr. Nagle came to Cheyenne in 1868 to engage in the grocery business. He had previously been a merchant in the mining towns of the Colorado Rockies. His business in Cheyenne grew to become one of the most extensive in the Territories of Wyoming & Colorado. His business interests became quite diverse and he was also a key player in expansion into the Black Hills when gold was discovered there.

As a citizen of Cheyenne, Mr. Nagle held a number of civic offices, including head of the Wyoming Capitol Building Committee. It was then that he built the mansion, utilizing the services of the architect who was engaged for the state capitol building. The stone used on the exterior of the mansion had been rejected by the contractor for the capitol building. The completed residence cost $50,000. This figure included all details, equipment and furnishings.

Unfortunately, Mr. Nagle was alive to enjoy his mansion for only about two years. He died of peritonitis leaving a wife, Emma Jane “Jennie” (Houseman) and a son, George. Mrs. Nagle rented the property to General George Randall from 1907 – 1910.
In April 1910, the property at 222 East 17th Street, was sold to the Cheyenne Realty Company, and in 1915 Senator F.E. Warren and his second wife, the former Clara La Baron Morgan, purchased the home. They lived in the home for eighteen years. After Senator Warren’s death in 1929, Clara sold the mansion to the YWCA in 1931, fully furnished, for use as chaperoned housing for single women. It was during the “Y” period that the building contractor’s words proved true and the soft stone exterior began to crumble. In order to preserve the building it was covered in stucco. Don and Barbara Sullivan purchased the house in 1985 and raised a family in the home. The house was then sold to Jim Osterfoss in 1997, at which time it was refurbished and turned into a bed and breakfast.

The mansion has many elegant features suitable for its location on Cattle Baron’s Row. Those of special note include the Moorish style tiles on the vestibule floor, the original Moroccan chandelier in the entry hall, the carved leather ceilings, original stained glass and crystal windows, cherry paneling in the foyer, parquet floors throughout the first floor, two cast brass fireplaces with mirrors to the ceilings, a marble fireplace and impressive oak woodwork in the dining room, library and sitting room. Details worthy of particular note are the bronze medallions set in the front doors and newel posts, elaborate detail on the door knobs and hinges, oak galleries over the dining room windows and door, and two large paintings in the parlor that Mr. Nagle commissioned for the home when it was new.

The carriage house was originally the stable. It was built to accommodate four carriages, four horse stalls, tack room, hayloft and a groom’s room which served four people. There was also an area on the main level in which horses were hitched, unhitched and washed. When automobiles came on the scene the north door, on House Street, was widened and a mechanic’s pit was added. In 1934 the YWCA installed a dance floor. Later storage was added to the back of the building along with a small kitchen, bath and dressing room behind a stage. During that period it was known as the Y Playhouse and was used by many community groups for dances, classes, meetings, church services and other events. Behind the carriage house is the original stone smoke house.

The mansion now has thirteen guest rooms, each with its own bathroom. Seven rooms are in the main house and six are located in the Carriage House, which is now connected to the main house. The third floor tower room and snuggery are available for guest use, as is the workout room on the garden level. Public areas of the home include the Parlor, Sitting Room, Dining Room and Library as well as three conference rooms. There is also a full workout facility on the garden level. The grounds include a hot tub gazebo, patio, fountain, and gardens.
 
Property Description
Boasting an ideal location, excellent accommodations, pampering service, and fine food. The Mansion has been tastefully renovated to include all of today's conveniences including A/C, 24 hour phones, TV, DSL wireless, and private baths. Business travelers appreciate our attention to details from paper clips, DSL wireless, to a business center. The Exercise Facility, Hot Tub, Garden, Tower, and the living areas enhance each guest's stay. For sale as a B&B, Air B&B, private home, Office. It operated as a highly acclaimed luxury B&B for 23 years until October 2019. Escape to the mansion for a romantic weekend getaway. Stop in Cheyenne as part of a western vacation. Full breakfasts are prepared by our chef with the freshest ingredients each morning. Guests compliment our wine list and daily by the glass specials along with beer & spirits. The elegant appointments and comfortable atmosphere of this 132 year old home provides today's travelers a respite from the world. Please allow us to spoil you.
Last Updated: November 8, 2020
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