The Starkey Mansion is an old Georgian beauty that has never been allowed to decay. Rather, owners have continued to upgrade, polish, and refine its natural beauty. The four-story Georgian mansion has a formal Queen Anne style that is juxtaposed with modern art and furniture.
In December 1922, the Dines family took over ownership of the mansion, and it was kept in their nurturing hands for more than 50 years, and Allen Dines served in the Colorado legislature. From the mansion’s front steps, one can see the sun’s reflection off the golden dome of Colorado’s State Capitol building.
In July 1994, Mrs. Starkey purchased the Capitol Mill mansion as the international site for The Starkey International Institute for Household Management. Over the last three decades, the mansion has served as headquarters for training and placing her graduates with the world’s high net worth. Mrs. Starkey is known as the “First Lady of Service,” As a guest, you will experience her expert eye for detail and service that will make you feel right at home.