4/5 bedroom home in Historic Neighborhood
Ted and Jill Reitsma
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About Ted and Jill Reitsma
Ted and Jill moved to Longmont in 2001 and have enjoyed every minute of it! We love to travel to some warm beach areas and if not, we are camping, hiking, fishing and 4-wheeling in the neighboring mountains. Both of us are in the graphic industry, Ted owns a print shop, while Jill has her own business designing websites and logos. Unfortunately sometimes work gets in the way of fun so we have made our own retreat in our backyard with our pet chickens under 100 year old trees.
Ted and Jill Reitsma purchased this House in 2012
Why Ted and Jill Reitsma chose Longmont
One look into our home and you can see why we own it. The original owner had spent numerous hours in the design and remodel of a 1950's bungalow to make it what it is today. Construction was finished in 2003 and they moved to Michigan 7 years later. Once our daughter was born, my mother wanted a seasonal place to stay closer to us in order to watch her grow. We purchased the house and the rest is history.
Pool / Spa
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Bunk Beds; Stroller; Crib; High Chair upon requestBunk Beds; Stroller; Crib; High Chair upon request
No pets - We love animals, just not here.We love animals, just not here.
No parties/events - Ideal for rehersal dinners or family gatheringsIdeal for rehersal dinners or family gatherings
No smoking - Smoke what you want, but please do it out back.Smoke what you want, but please do it out back.
Max guests: 12
Minimum age of primary renter: 30 - Mature, professional, tenants preferred.Mature, professional, tenants preferred.
- Due to the expensive decor of our home, please no indoor baseball or art projects on the walls.
- All bookings include the 3.53% city and 2% lodging tax. VRBO/Homeaway collects and remits 4.985% Colorado state tax.
Great neighborhood and actually sleeps as many as advertised. Upstairs bedrooms a bit challenging as you have to go through the master bedroom to get to bath but that's a small issue. Great place for our pre-wedding meeting. Hosts very accommodating.
Great location near downtown Longmont
Our stay was comfortable and relaxing for 8 adults and an 8 month old baby. The location near downtown Longmont was very convenient. There are parks nearby and the location is easy access to the mountain foothills.
Beautiful historical home
This home is a beautiful historical property with garden and bbq area. This home was perfect for our large adult wedding party. There was plenty of space for everyone. The home was well stocked with everything we needed to get ready, full size ironing board, large washer and dryer. The home is furnished beautifully. When we arrived, there was a welcome basket waiting and the owners were easy to communicate with.
Beautiful home located in a perfect spot in Longmont! Quick walk to downtown and parks.
Stunning home centrally located near Boulder, Louisville and Denver. It was a perfect spot to stay for the Sparkler, IDT or Firecracker softball tournament. The home was spacious and provided plenty room for two families. Quick walk to the downtown restaurants, brew pub and shops.
Large, clean home in quiet neighborhood. Close to downtown and nearby park. Perfectly fit our needs.
Longmont began in an unusual way. In 1870, a group of prominent men in Chicago decided to start a new town in Colorado. To do this, they sold membership in the new town, called "The Chicago-Colorado Colony," and used the money to buy 60,000 acres of land in a carefully chosen site in northern Colorado. They brought people, lumber, and building materials to the barren site, and by 1871, a new town was built. They named it "Longmont," after nearby Long's Peak.
This home is located among numerous historical mansions in the well desired neighborhood of Old Town. Take a leisurely stroll down the tree lined sidewalks and parks, walk downtown to an astonishing array of excellent restaurants, shops and brew pubs, or just sit back and relax out back with your pick of raspberries, grapes, peaches and apples.
only 32 miles west lies the gateway to the rockies - Rocky Mountain National Park. Drive over the continental divide on Trail Ridge Road or try your luck on any of the crisp mountain streams and lakes. If you feel brave, try to climb 14,253' Longs Peak!
The University of Colorado is just a short 15 minute drive down the Diagonal to Boulder where you can take in a game or ride down the bike paths of Boulder Creek.
IBM, Seagate, and many other tech companies call Boulder County home as well.
If you feel the need to gamble, Black Hawk and Central City are only an hour away.