Pitkin Place


This one  block received the designation on the National Register on January 31, 1978.

In the early 1890s, the architect-contractor team of George Roe and E.W. Shutt built six of the seven residences within the district. Developed on land owned by the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company as an exclusive subdivision, Pitkin Place is a linear grouping of residential properties exhibiting a high degree of visual continuity.

To this day this one block is home to some of the nicest homes in Pueblo.

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