Charming 1900's Bungalow that's been completely updated from the radiant-heated hardwood floors, up. Fantastic location, only blocks from both Pearl Street and 29th Street Malls.
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Log on to the free high-speed wireless internet, kick back on the front porch and watch the sun set over Boulder's Flatirons mountains, lounge on the comfy living room couches, and help yourself to the kitchen amenities. If you'd like a beer, there's usually a few in the fridge.
For wintertime guests - the bedroom has its own thermostat, so you can dial in your sleeping temperature as you wish separately from the living area's temperature.
Disponible para huéspedes
Only two doors off of historic Mapleton Ave, the house is a quick walk to places like the Yoga Workshop, Spruce Pool, and an abundance of restaurants and shops on Pearl Street. It's also only a few blocks from The Dairy Center for the Arts, Whole Foods, and 29th Street Mall.
The home's central Boulder location is really within a 5 to 15-minute walk from almost anything you'd need. There are bus stops just a couple of blocks away, and the main RTD bus terminal is 8-blocks west and 4-blocks south of the house, as well.
Atención a los huéspedes
If you're staying at my home, that usually means I'm out of town :-).
Otros aspectos destacables
Parking - There's always plenty of free parking on the street in front of my house, and there's no need for a permit and no maximum hours/days a car can be parked, either.
No pets or smoking(of any kind, both inside and out), and please leave your shoes by the door. This house was torn down to its studs and rebuilt just a few years ago - mostly by me - so please enjoy the newness of my home in a low-impact kind of way.
Though I occasionally succumb to adulthood and all its accompanying responsibilities, I generally do a pretty good job at finding the fun side of life. Sometimes it's a pleasant compromise of mixing business with pleasure, as I'm a freelance writer/photographer who occasionally gets to travel around the world to write about all things mountain bike. Other times it's strictly in the name of comedy as I try for the umpteenth time to master surfing, but fail gloriously. And if it's snowing in the mountains, I'm usually up there with a plank or two strapped on.