Live the life of a cattle baron.

Make yourself at home in the Mansion’s numerous public areas.


A beautiful grand piano is the focal point in the Sitting Room. Sage green and white floral wallpaper gracefully compliments the inlaid wood floor. One of the two original cast brass fireplaces grace this room, perfect for entertaining guests or an intimate exchange with friends. Upholstered chairs and beautiful wood table create quaint conversation groups within the room.


Burgundy wallpaper with soft stripes is a nice compliment to the inlaid wood floor, while beautiful original stained glass windows provide a warming touch to this room. Volumes of antique law books line the walls in this room adjoining the Sitting Room. You can spread out work on the large library table or even just enjoy an evening meal, curled up on the soft comfortable chairs in front of the fireplace.


Located just inside the front door with plenty of windows and a beautifully stenciled ceiling, the Parlour is just the place for a social gathering. Whether with 2 friends or 10, this large room has all the comforts you’d expect… a gorgeous area rug crowned with a set of antique sofa and chairs are completed by the second of the two original cast brass fireplace, adding both warmth and appeal to the room.


The epitome of elegance: ornate, golden wallpaper with complimentary wainscoting provide a classic background for breakfast, teas or dinners. Stained glass windows create both a festive and warm atmosphere as rich gold and red tones shimmer through with Cheyenne’s frequent sunlight.


Secluded peace is what this area provides our guests. A privately situated hot tub makes evenings a pleasure at the Nagle Warren Mansion. Or spend the afternoon over tea or coffee in the garden. Discover western gardening at its best!


With all the pleasures afforded you at the Nagle Warren, keeping in shape is not forgotten. This small, yet fully equipped exercise room gives you every option. A multi-purpose machine allows you to exercise all muscle groups while aerobic enthusiasts will want to try out the new treadmill, cross trainer or bicycle.


Feel like royalty when you view Cheyenne from the tower on the third floor. Set up as a plush, luxurious reading room, you may find yourself totally distracted from even the most interesting novel by the beauty surrounding you. Sturdy rattan furniture adds a garden-like splendor to the room. Five softly draped windows allow you to control the lighting. A separate door to the balcony allows you a great view of the stars at night!


Almost as lavish as our rooms, the stairwell that takes you from the main floor to the second and third floors is a pleasure in of itself. Rich cherry wood adorned with delicately hand crafted designs and European bronzes encased within give antique lovers a real treat. In addition, plush carpeting and beautiful stained glass make each trip upstairs a true treasure.


Always open, the Butler’s Pantry is perfect for late night raids on the cookie jar or a cup of tea or coffee. A fully stocked refrigerator also gives you the choice of water, juice or pop throughout the day, and well into the evening!


We reroofed the mansion during May 2012. As you can see it was an interesting process.


This building was built in 1874 by Mr. Nagle. It was the first brick home built in Cheyenne.Today it is El Charrito Mexican restaurant. Whipple House was constructed in 1884. Today it is Hanson Associates a psychology practice. This house was constructed by the Union Pacific Railroad as a home and office for their doctor. Today, Harvey Deselms operates a Deselms Gallery with fine art featuring local, regional, and national artists. Daniel Marks Brewing is just around the corner and features a number of fine craft beers.
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