Upstairs studio apartment in fully renovated, 1905 Craftsman style Bungalow only 2 1/2 miles from downtown Denver and 1 1/2 miles to Iconic Colfax Ave. High quality bed, couch, office space and mini-kitchen (microwave, fridge, toaster, coffee pot). Nice bathroom with jetted (jacuzzi) tub.Many coffee shops, restaurants/pubs, and amenities are in easy walking distance. Very close to the Zoo, City Park, and Natural History Museum. Within 5 miles of just about anything else you might want to do in Denver, including concert and sports venues, museums, parks, hip neighborhoods, golf course, upscale shopping, etc. Easy public transportation or inexpensive Uber ride to all the best of the Mile-High city.
The entire apartment is yours... private entrance, no shared indoor space. Outside there's a backyard and a front porch with swing which is shared space. Our chocolate lab, Chloe, may greet you in the backyard, but if that's an issue just let us know and we'll keep her separated.
We live on the main floor downstairs and are available for any help/questions at any time. You may or may not run into us, but happy to chat and get to know you if you're feeling social, or stay out of the way if you prefer your privacy.
The (interior) stairway is fairly steep with narrow stairs, so we don't recommend for someone with really bad knees or really heavy drinkers lol.
Street parking is close by, free and not time limited. Coffee/tea and most bathroom toiletries provided. Laundry available upon request. Smoking (tobacco or marijuana) is outside only. If you need an early or late check in ask us and we'll try to accommodate or at least offer a place to store your luggage.
We're in the historic Whittier neighborhood. It's quaint and quiet but very close to downtown and other major Denver attractions.
Transportation to the House: Easy driving access from major highway, and easy to get here from airport via public transportation (takes 30-45 mins). We'll email detailed info about this once you book, or if you need to know before booking just ask.
At the House: It's easy to get around with or without a car... we're right on the bus line, close to the light rail train, and Uber/Lyft rides to downtown or Colfax Ave are short/inexpensive. We have bikes to borrow and there are things to walk to in the immediate neighborhood as well. More detailed info sheet will be at the house re: how far all the fun places are and how to get there.