Located Centrally in Denver Metro areaThe house is located 4 miles from downtown Denver Via the Platt River Trail and 2 miles from Bronco stadium via the same Trail. There is a climbing gym 2 miles away as well. You can easily take 6th Ave West to get to the mountains and I25 is 1 mile away. You are very centrally located. For those of you who love different types of food there are a ton of Hispanic, Thai and Vietnamese restaurants within minutes of the house. I live in the house and one of the bedrooms is available.
Bungalow BPrivate studio/loft 1 bedroom home in the Villa Park neighborhood adjacent to Downtown Denver. Perry Street Light Rail station is 2.5 blocks away. Less than 5 miles from either Union Station in the center of Denver or the Denver Federal Center in Lakewood, CO. Easily connect to I-70 for access to the mountains for skiing/hiking or just sightseeing. Feet away from running/bike trail that leads into Denver or minutes from Sloan’s Lake for running/biking/boating.
Charming, Spacious South Denver RetreatYou'll love our cozy 1940's era bungalow in Southeast Denver. Your space is an entire floor with a private entrance, one bedroom, a relaxing separate living room, and luxurious bathroom. We have easy access to public transportation, bike trails, and cute local restaurants and shops. We can't wait to share our favorite city with you!
“Layers! Welcome to colorado, where we can have 40+ degree shifts throughout the day and we can go from sun, to rain, to sun, to lightening, to snow....all in the same day! bring layers that you can easily put on and take off throughout the day.”
“Bring sunglasses and a water bottle The sun is bright and the altitude will get you (especially in the mountains), so drink lots of water.”
“Bring lots of layers! The weather in denver can change quickly and gets cool in the evening.”
“If you are here for skiing, check goi70.com for traffic info If skiing on a weekend, in general, leave before 7am to avoid the worst traffic on i-70, and leave the resort before 2 or after 5 (get dinner). weekdays are much better. make sure to have or rent a car with 4 wheel drive or at least good snow tires!”
“Local transit The local lightrail station is at 10th and osage. very convenient for getting around the region. there is also a b-cycle station right outside the building. i use it all the time, but pay attention to rates. can get expensive”
“Altitudes effect on alcohol There are lower oxygen levels at higher altitudes, which can impair the ability to metabolize alcohol, leading to quicker absorption and enhanced intoxication (in layman's terms, you may get drunk faster and have worse hangovers). drink lots of water!”
“Drink lots of water! You are in the high desert and at high elevation. drink lots of water (more than you normally would closer to sea level). if you start getting headaches, nausea, or dizziness, it could be due to the altitude.....take a break, sit down, and drink lots of water.”
“Drink extra water to avoid altitude sickness Being a mile above sea level means that you need to drink extra water to stay hydrated and feeling well!”
“You can bring your own food to breweries All breweries in golden allow you to bring in your own food, if you so choose. many offer food trucks and/or their own bites too.”