Boulder Studio Rental Photos and Description
Renovated downtown studio with mountain views and patio
Visit beautiful Boulder, Colorado and stay in the best spot in town, Boulder’s iconic “Morrison House” property. This luxurious carriage house studio is located 1 block from Pearl Street Mall, has mountain views, and is fully furnished with a gourmet kitchen and new appliances.
Enjoy your vacation in a fully renovated piece of Boulder’s history in the Mapleton neighborhood! This carriage house studio belongs to the Morrison House built in 1891, which is part of Boulder’s Historic Walking Tour and was the crown jewel of Boulder’s “Historic Homes for the Holidays” event.
This light-filled loft comes with an off-street parking space, your own private back yard with BBQ grill and access to all Boulder has to offer. Walk to Pearl Street shops and events, the farmers market, or enjoy CU graduation week in the heart of Boulder. We are also conveniently located across the street from Boulder’s new “eTown Hall” performance space, aired weekly on National Public Radio (NPR).
To make your stay more comfortable we provide you with fresh linens & towels, additional housekeeping upon request and tons of info about Boulder’s sightseeing spots, hidden gems, and outdoor activities.
In walking distance to public transportation to Denver and Eldora Ski Resort make this a perfect no-car vacation spot. You can rent a bike down the street and explore Boulder and all it has to offer.
- Events Allowed
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Chris Scordo
After many trips to this wonderful town, our family was lucky enough to move to Boulder in 2011, and we fell in love with the Morrison House the second we saw it. In 2012 we purchased the property with its newly built carriage house studio, and this is where we raise our small family, enjoying everything Boulder has to offer! Chris owns a training and publishing business in Boulder, and Victoria is a licensed architect.
Chris Scordo purchased this studio in 2012
Why Chris Scordo chose Boulder
This red brick and shingled house was built around 1891 by Murdoch 'Doc' Morrison, a blacksmith, wagon maker and Boulder alderman. In 2009, the property was completely renovated and expanded, and we had a chance to rent it in 2011. That is when we fell in love with the house and took the opportunity to make it (and Boulder) our home!