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Highlands Masonic Lodge, United States

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3233 Eliot St
CO 80211

Denver, United States
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N39° 45' 45" W105° 1' 27"   (39.7625, -105.02416666667)
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The Highlands Masonic Lodge, also known as the Pythian Building, is a historic building located in Denver, Colorado. Built in 1905 and constructed in the Classical Revival style, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995.Originally constructed as a meeting place for the Knights of Pythias, it was later the meeting place of Highlands Lodge No. 86, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons.It is a two-story red brick front-gabled building with four gray brick pilasters in its symmetrical front facade. It is 36 by 75 feet (11 m × 23 m) in plan. Its cornice and pediment are supported by decorative brackets.
It is unusual for a Classical Revival building to have been front-gabled, but that configuration can work well in a narrow lot as here.


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Highlands Masonic Lodge

Address: 3233 Eliot St, Denver, CO 80211, USA