Step back in time to the late 19th century with this stunning and historic home in Cheyenne. Built in 1883, and completed in 1884, the Sturgis home boasts all the elegance and grandeur of the Gilded Age, while offering modern amenities for comfortable living. This stately Victorian home was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1982. The entrance hall has a unique design with Black Walnut, dark scalloped shingles, a sweeping staircase, and intricate details that harken back to a bygone era creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. The main floor also features a conservatory that floods the space with natural light, making it feel bright and airy. The independent living space on the main floor is practical and convenient, and provides a separate living space for a family member or guest. This home features 2 sets of stairs, the first in the entrance hall for the homeowner and their guests, the second set intended for servants featuring a more utilitarian and narrow design. The attic and basement provide additional living and storage options, with the attic offering over 1, 000 sq ft of partly finished space and the basement providing over 1, 500 sq ft of storage and living space, including one and a half bathrooms. The home has been updated to include 3 remodeled bathrooms. It features enhanced plumbing and electrical circuitry, with an uninterruptible power supply to a portion of the home, as well as some multiple storm doors and windows. This impressive home offers 30 rooms, including eight bedrooms, seven bathrooms, totaling more than 7, 000 sqft of living space, and a four-car tandem garage. Situated on a quarter-acre corner lot, with a Bluetooth sprinkler system and small potting shed, this property is one block west of Holliday Park. Conveniently located near schools, shopping, dining, downtown Cheyenne, and fitness facilities. The most striking feature of this home is its rich history. Built by the prominent Sturgis family, the Sturgis home has been updated over the years, preserving the original beauty and charm for generations to come. Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of Wyoming history!