The SpaceMy spacious, sunny home, built in 1914, has kept its historic charm, featuring the home’s original oak floors and molding. This is my home. I live here and hope you feel as at home comfortable as I do during your stay. I have a great covered backyard patio with a small herb garden and strawberry patch. It's decorated with soft mini-LED holiday lights, has a propane grill, fire pit and seating for six. It’s a great place to spend quality time, barbecue and relax after a long day. My home’s centralized location, is really what makes this the ideal place for your stay. It's a quarter mile from I-25 so whether you're here visiting family, here for kids’ sporting events, business, local food or brew festivals, the Colorado State Fair, or the great outdoors my home is a perfect sunny, quiet place to relax.
Master bedroom with attached private bathroom featuring an extra-firm queen bed with plush pillow top and fluffy comforter.
Guest room - full size bed with a small computer desk. Guest room is in the back of the house and good for quiet time/naps away from the main living spaces.
Kitchen – Side-by-side fridge is perfect if you’re stocking up on groceries and staying awhile. Pantry is filled with small appliances such as a Keurig single-cup coffee maker, traditional 12-cup coffee maker, blender, food processor and rotisserie for cooking, but you should really check out Pueblo’s fabulous inexpensive restaurants and breweries.
Covered front porch with bistro table and chairs looks out to shade-filled front yard.
Covered back patio looks out to fenced backyard with gas grill, outdoor table and seating for six, fire pit.
Total home is 1,431 square feet.
Pueblo features an average of 300 days of sunshine annually, so from April to October there are food, wine & beer festivals as well as great music events almost every weekend. If you’re more interested in escaping urban life, there is great fishing in town along the Arkansas and St. Charles Rivers, great hiking trails are just a short 20-mintue drive and Monarch Ski area usually has great powder and ticket prices. But, Pueblo’s best kept secret is Lake Pueblo. It’s one of the state’s largest bodies of water. You can rent a pontoon boat or jet-skis for the day to escape the summer heat, or rent a mountain bike and check out the hundreds of miles of world-class trails. I work in politics and public relations. So, if you’re looking for something to do during your stay, would like to make some professional acquaintances or want information about relocating to Pueblo, please don’t hesitate to ask as many questions as you like. I can also provide hiking, biking and fishing maps. Or if you’d like to explore on your own, download the free Visit Pueblo app. Guest AccessPrior to arrival, you'll be given a lock box code containing a key to the front and back door. You will have access to the entire house with the exception of a storage room and the basement. You also have full access to the outdoor spaces, home appliances and amenities. The extra long driveway is great for parking multiple vehicles and space for parking RV's off of the alley. Interaction with GuestsI will be available by phone during your stay to answer any questions about my home, your stay or make recommendations about things to do and places to see. With a minimum of two-days advance notice, I am happy to spend a few hours showing you around Pueblo. With a minimum of a week's advance notice I can help you set up business or relocation meetings. I work in politics and public relations, love my hometown and love helping people fall in love with Pueblo. Other Things to NoteCheck-in: Flexible
I do charge a $150 security deposit and a $50 cleaning fee. I have my home professionally cleaned before each booking.