Staying in this delightful Berkeley row home is about as convenient as it gets. With close proximity to both I-70 and I-25, it’s easy to go to and from the airport, the mountains, Red Rocks, Downtown, and Coors Field. You’re only blocks away from Regis University, close to the Tennyson shopping district, a short walk to local food and craft beer, and mere minutes to Willis Case Golf Course, Rocky Mountain Lake Park, and numerous other parks, restaurants & attractions.
The unique, open layout of this historic studio loft is something you might see in a magazine – literally. It’s efficient enough to sleep five people, and exceptional enough to have been featured in Better Homes & Gardens Magazine. Like true royalty, the queen bed sits atop a three-step tile dais in front of an arched picture window. Black & white tile in the kitchen & bath, wood floors, and crystal chandeliers further emphasize the elegance of this space. An exposed-brick accent wall and modern furniture provide additional charm. And the loft allows for a particularly cozy secondary sleeping area with a double bed and cushioned reading nook, which can be accessed by climbing a sliding library ladder. Plus, out back there’s a small, private, brick courtyard and detached garage with one off-street parking space.