Lakewood Haertling


The Fredrick House, a Lakewood mountain home designed by Boulder architect
Charles Haertling in 1965. He called it a Triframe Modular.

The streetside view of the roofline just gives you a hint of what the house looks like.

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2 Responses to “Lakewood Haertling”

Steve Burke July 16th, 2010 at 1:41 pm

My boss Gary Higgins and his wife Jackie Powell lived in this house for a few years in the mid 90s before he retired from the National Park Service where we worked as architects. After attending several parties in the house I can tell you that the view is as amazing as the house itself. I rememeber the living room having built in couches and other furniture similar to a Frank Lloyd Wright home.

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