Boulder House Rental Photos and Description
Charming enough for two, spacious enough for twelve
Our 4-story mountain retreat is charming enough for two and spacious enough for twelve
Imagine waking up on top of the world with the red orb of the sun rising over the expanse of plains that spread out before you. The mountains shine golden in the west, and the huge windows on every side bathe you in light. You slip on to the porch and into the hot tub to ease into the day. The golden experience continues in the sun-drenched kitchen. Out on the lawn there are wild deer grazing. They raise their heads to look at you as you walk by but do not run away. Nature has a certain harmony here.
Strategically located in a natural setting close to town it is your call if you travel ten minutes into all that Boulder has to offer, deeper into the wilderness to explore the Rocky Mountains, or just stay home and read, watch a movie or play pool with family and friends.
Master bedroom suite:
-recently renovated master bath includes bathtub, separate shower and bidet.
-Adjacent child's room with a twin bed.
-Two cribs avalible on request.
-queen canopy featherbed
-breathtaking mountaintop views
-antique canopy bed
The Fourth-story bedroom ('Golden Dragon Room')
-queen bed with natural latex matress and wool topper
-huge windows on all sides with gorgeous mountain views
-large walk-out deck to the outdoor hot tub overlooking Boulder Valley, the surrounding foothills, and the high country mountain peaks
Sun-filled kitchen with breathtaking views from large windows, marble coutertops, indoor breakfast area, and outdoor deck. Adjacent dining room offers additional seating.
Cozy living room with fireplace and views of the backrange. Wi-fi and movies avaliable.
Sunroom has an additional hot tub and warms the house with passive solar heat. The house is set on ten acres and bordered by open space and BLM land.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Events Allowed
We came to Boulder after searching far and wide for the right place for us. After our third and fourth children were born we moved just up the road but we maintain a close relationship to the property through our sheep and alpacas who still live there.
Jennifer purchased this house in 2003
Why Jennifer chose Boulder
We love this house for its location. At once we feel peaceful and in nature, but if we forget something at the store we are close enough to run back to it. All the benefits that go with being in a university town have kept us here.
What makes this house unique
The house won us because it is really solid. All the wood and light really set it apart from all the others we looked at and the south-facing exposure with all the views made us feel on top of the world.