5 bedroom Farmhouse near downtown Palisade in a rural setting with views
Upstairs Two Full Size
Main Level Queen
Upstairs Queen 2
Upstairs Queen 1
Upstairs Master King
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 30 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Pets allowed - Maximum 2 dogs, limited run of houseMaximum 2 dogs, limited run of house
No parties/events - Check with owner on a case by case basis.Check with owner on a case by case basis.
No smoking - No cigarettes in house. We do allow Cannabis.No cigarettes in house. We do allow Cannabis.
Max guests: 12
Minimum age of primary renter:
About Lisa Houston
My husband and I are small business owners in Grand Junction, Colorado. We own Desert Bloom Hydroponics, which is an indoor growing retail store, and have been in business for ourselves for sixteen years. Originally from the Denver area, we absolutely love living on the Western Slope (of the Continental Divide), and have raised our three kids here. We love to spend time on the river in the summer, go frequently to the Palisade Brewing Company in town to hang out with all of our friends in this tight knit community, and are spoiled by all of the fresh grown, local farm produce grown here, and the best tasting water in the world!
Lisa Houston purchased this House in 2003
Why Lisa Houston chose Palisade
We had visited this area often while growing up in Denver, and two sets of parents live in the area. We relocated to the area in 2002 to pursue our dreams of being business owners and to live in a big, old, house. The Victorian houses in Palisade proper were out of our price range, so we bought a 1907 farmhouse that we absolutely loved in an area we didn’t especially prefer, but could afford. Our real estate inspector told us that he had previously inspected the house for some folks who were interested in moving the house. What?! Well he planted a seed that day that eventually bloomed into us acquiring the wonderful piece of ground that the house currently sits on, getting permission to build another house on the property (the original, little, house to the north was the original schoolhouse for the Seventh Day Adventist community that lived in this area at the turn of the twentieth century), dismantling the big farmhouse, and eventually moving, and completely rebuilding the farmhouse in its current location. We moved the house on October 14, 2007 when it was one hundred years old, and completed construction on it May 4, 2011. It is our dream house in our dream location.
What makes this House unique
This quiet location, with its proximity to town, and never ending views is ideal. It looks as if the cliffs are right outside the window. The house sits on a wildlife corridor, and we frequently see bald eagles, great blue herons, raccoons, deer, and the occasional bear. At night, the Milky Way is clearly visible in the star studded sky above you, and it’s like broad daylight when the moon is full. Nighttime stroll into town, anyone? We enjoy spending time looking at the views from the wrap around porch, and our famous sunny weather makes it useable ten months of the year. The house has a warm, lived in, feel to it, and it’s just so comfortable. Palisade is a special town, with the friendliest people we’ve ever lived among, and we frequently go into town for the farmers market, live music, excellent food and drink.