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Georgetown Studio Cottage Historic 6th Street

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Entire cottage
hosted by Holly
  1. 2 guests
  2. Studio
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1 bath
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Modern 225 sq/ft. studio in a very private detached bungalow on the main historic street of Georgetown, CO. Surrounded by museums and homes of the 1800's.
**Occupancy: 2 adults (18 and older) 1-2 children
Loveland Ski Area 13' west. Great summer/fall/Christmas festival lodging and Loop Train riding.
Cozy and clean. Very comfortable queen futon (w/pillowtop) and 1x full mattress bed in nook area. Bathroom w/shower, kitchenette lightly stocked, ample parking. Sorry no pets.

The space
Kitchenette has a 2 burner cook top and microwave, but no oven. Smaller fridge and freezer. Coffee maker. Basic supplies and essentials for breakfast, hot beverages. No TV, but strong WIFI/Internet to use your computer/devices.
Curtain separates studio from the bathroom, to prevent pipes freezing in winter.
Again, this cozy studio is only 250 sq. feet, 1 large room, with a shower bathroom, well stocked kitchenette, comfortable queen futon, and full sized bed in a wall nook...see photos.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom area
1 queen bed, 1 double bed

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Backyard
Hair dryer
Refrigerator
Microwave
Long term stays allowed

Where you’ll be

Georgetown, Colorado, United States

Very few residential properties on 6th Street, right in the center of all the fun and history. Take a trip back to the late 1800's. Sunny and scenic.

The property is located next to the historic Georgetown Hydroelectric Power Plant/Museum and transfer station. From the cottage, you can see the transfer station lines and large poles. The power plant and its museum are located next door, out of sight of the cottage. The station is powered by wind energy and does not cause any air or water pollution. The wires are on the smaller side with less EM exposure then high tension wires. It is owned and operated by Xcel and connected to the Cabin Creek Hydropower generators. Plant is run intermittently during the year, with peak operation during spring runoff.

The 1865 year old main house was an assayers office, then a family residence until 2011 and then a rental. The cottage was built in the 1960's and then renovated in 2013. Small retail space located between cottage and 6th Street.

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4.94 out of 5 stars from 222 reviews

Hosted by Holly

Joined in November 2015
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I love cozy unique spaces that invite one to relax and recover. I traveled quite a bit when I was younger and I'm grateful to all of those who took me in and gave me a cozy bed with comfy down duvets.
My favorite buildings have always been barns, especially filled with horses bedded down in deep straw stalls.
I value sharing and trusting others.
I think we all pay too much for housing and rent.
Lived in Colorado for over 35 years. I am a physical therapist, mother, and wife.
I love cozy unique spaces that invite one to relax and recover. I traveled quite a bit when I was younger and I'm grateful to all of those who took me in and gave me a cozy bed wit…

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Rated 4.94 out of 5 from 222 reviews.