The Culp House
This home was built in 1895 by Andrew Fairbairn and F.I. Davis. The two men owned a lumberyard and built several homes
in town. Fairbairn was also a successful farmer and a leading citizen in Berthoud who became sheriff. This home is a
bungalow style that was popular from 1890 to 1920. Open floor plans that were easy to convert with an enclosed porch are
hallmarks of this style. There have been several homeowners of this property over the years including a doctor and a WWI
veteran. Nannie Culp and her daughter Dorothy owned the property from the early 1940s until 1991, the longest residents
of the home.