Beautiful + stylish town home in lovely North Boulder complex. Free WiFi. Close to great restaurants, coffee + tea shops. Flatiron views, brand new mattresses that are incredibly comfortable with feather toppers. Local coffees, treats etc
Beautiful town home in lovely North Boulder complex. Free WiFi. Sunday New York Times delivery. Close to great restaurants, coffee + tea shops. Flatiron views, brand new mattresses that are AMAZING.
Beautiful + stylish, Rustic Modern, executive town home in lovely North Boulder complex. 1600 sqft, 3 level, 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom + loft. Full Kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Walnut floors. All new furniture and mattresses. Movie Lounge. End Unit. Quiet neighborhood in NE Boulder.
Free WiFi. Sunday New York Times delivery. Owner-Occupied Complex with green space and close to everything.
3 blocks to Pekoe Sip House and Vic's Coffee. 3 Blocks to 24 Hour Fitness, Rally Sport, Movement Rock Gym, Boulder Rock Club. 1 block to CorePower Yoga. 2 blocks to Radiance Power Yoga (Baptiste Style). 1/2 mile to Wholefoods, 29th Street Mall (featuring The YogaPod, H&M, Madewell, LuluLemon, Anthropologie, MAC, Sephora, Apple, Sur La Table, Pure Barre, Mod Market, Native Foods, Century Theaters and much more).
PLEASE PRINT UP THE GUIDE BOOK FOR MORE BOULDER \"MUST DO'S
The Bound runs continuously on 30th Street and hooks up with The Hop at 29th Street Mall. Boulder has a bike rental system called BCycle (website hidden) Specifically decorated and styled for a world-class, executive stay. Priced incredibly well.
Rest, Relax, Play, Dine, Live.
Keyless entry. Please text me when you arrive and I'll give you the code.
I am easily reachable via text
By the hour car share: (website hidden)
Servicios y zonas comunes
electronic lock. text or call for code
Atención a los huéspedes
text is quickest, call next.
Otros aspectos destacables
If anything seems 'off' with the unit, please let me know right away. I have professional cleaners come through each time someone checks out. Sometimes, however, mistakes are made and they've missed an appointment. If that happens, let me know as soon as possible so we can right the wrong :)
READ THESE RULES
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE UNRELATED OCCUPANCY: 03
IN ACCORDANCE WITH ORDINANCE NO. 8072
AND THE BOULDER REVISED CODE
LEASE AGREEMENTS MAY FURTHER RESTRICT OCCUPANCY OF THIS RESIDENCE
This is my home so treat is as such. Its not the Ritz Carleton. Remember that.
No Parties (you will be promptly told to leave + no money back)
No Cats, No Dogs.
Please check in upon arrival.
Park within the painted lines or the HOA will Boot you and its $100 to have it removed...cash.
**Wash / Dry towels + sheets before you check out (leave them in dryer for cleaning crew. Product provided).
**Put all used dishes in dishwasher and run cycle (product provided under sink).
Turn all lights off and lock up before leaving, each time.
Do not flush baby wipes down the toilet and when you're finished reading this, respond by using the phrase: Boulder is going to be awesome.
Use provided grocery bags as the City of Boulder charges you $.10/paper bag
**Please recycle as much as possible (recycle bin is in center parking area). Before you leave take your trash and recycling to the center console that is fenced in, in parking lot.
**Do not leave windows open all the time. It's dry here and gets dusty. Please close them upon departure.
I have been living in Boulder since 1991. I attended CU, snowboarded as much as possible and could not tear myself away from this gorgeous place. I run a top-producing real estate business, still snowboard, practice yoga, crossfit, see music as much as possible and MOSTLY play with my son and his dad.
When we are not working, we love to travel. We spend time in Sayulita, Turks and Caicos, Spirit Lake Iowa where we have a cabin that has been in my family for 5 generations, Minnesota and Colorado. Our own backyard (colorado) is not to be ignored. We are so fortunate to live in such a beautiful place.
I love being a host. I've met so many interesting people and seen how the sharing community is a wonderful thing. When people realize that we are opening our home, to them, its awesome to witness the connections that we all make. I think our guests enjoy the "local's version" of staying somewhere, as well.
Airbnb is asking me if I have a life motto. Hm, I say The Golden Rule.