3 bedrooms / 4 beds / 1 Crib / 3 bathrooms
Experience everything Boulder has to offer during your stay at this charming 1915 (renovated in (2017) SF 3 bedroom/3 bath/2 level townhouse. This fully furnished home is ideally located in Downtown Boulder just north of the legendary Pearl Street Mall. You will be moments away from world class dining, fantastic shopping and great family entertainment.
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All 3 bedrooms are appointed with brand new mattresses with new white cotton sheets. There is 1 King TempurPedic bedroom with master bath, 1 Queen bedroom, and the third bedroom has a trundle bed with 2 twin matresses & a crib. All three bedrooms have air conditioning.
The house consists of a living area with a flatscreen TV with Netflilx/Hulu/Amazon Prime/AppleTV, and high speed wireless internet.
The 2017 remodeled kitchen is fully outfitted for cooking meals with All Clad pots & pans, Crate & Barrel dishware and cutlery and other gourmet accoutrement.
The main level where you enter includes the living area, dining room with table seating 8 and FULLY renovated kitchen and powder room. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms and two full bathroom.
We encourage you to have a look at our reviews for more information. We are sure you will love staying here in the heart of Boulder.
10 block walk to Pearl Street Mall. 8 blocks to the foothills, 3 blocks to North Boulder Park. 2 blocks to North Broadway Shopping Center where there's a neighborhood Whole Foods, Wine Merchant, Pharmacy, Bakery, Bagels shop, Coffee Shop, Florist, Dry Cleaner, and more.
SHORT TERM RENTAL LICENSE
Our property meets all of the requirements of Boulder's new short term rental ordinance, including a valid license (#RHL.....) to operate as a short term rental. A 7.5% accommodations tax is now required by the City of Boulder for all short term stays (under 30 days).
Check in: 4 pm
Check out: 10 am
(Owner will accommodate early check in or late check out based on availability)
No additional overnight guests without prior approval.
No pets allowed.
No parties at the house.
No smoking in the house.
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RENTAL RULES AND REGULATIONS
THIS AGREEMENT, between the Homeowners (hereinafter called "Management”'), and the
prospective AirBnB/(SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN)/(SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) tenants submitting rent payment (hereinafter called "Resident”).
Management rents to Residents, and Residents rents from Management, 2945 Broadway Street (hereinafter "Premises") under the following conditions:
USE: The Premises shall be used solely for Residential purposes shall be occupied only by those person(s) named in Rental agreement. The Premises shall be used so as to comply with all state, county and municipal laws and ordinances. Resident shall not use the premises, or permit them to be used for any disorderly or unlawful purpose or in any manner so as to interfere with other Neighbors quiet enjoyment of their houses. This is strictly a NON SMOKING unit. Candles, incense and fireworks are also strictly prohibited.
CHECK-IN TIME IS AFTER 4 PM MST ON THE DAY OF ARRIVAL AND CHECK-OUT IS 10AM MST ON THE DAY OF DEPARTURE.
PETS: No animals of any kind shall be permitted on Premises without written consent of Management
Damage- The Resident is responsible for any damage done to the Premises during your stay.
DAMAGE/RESERVATION DEPOSIT– A damage/reservation deposit of $449 is required. The deposit automatically converts to a security/damage deposit upon arrival. The deposit is NOT applied toward rent; however, it is fully refundable within (14) days of departure, provided the following provisions are met:
No damage is done to unit or its contents, beyond normal wear and tear.
No charges are incurred due to contraband or collection of rents or services rendered during the stay.
All debris, rubbish and discards are placed in dumpster and soiled dishes are placed in sink.
The house is left locked.
All charges accrued during the stay are paid prior to departure.
No linens, towels, furniture, or appliances, are lost or damaged.
No Early check-in or late check-out unless otherwise agreed on.
PAYMENT – An advance payment equal to 100% of the rental rate is required upon booking and reserving the space.
MAXIMUM OCCUPANCY – The maximum number of guests in the Premises is 7 people.
CANCELLATIONS – Cancellations forfeit 50% the full advance payment. Cancellation or early departure does not warrant any refund of rent.
INCLUSIVE FEES – Rates include a one-time linen-towel setup.
NO DAILY MAID SERVICE – While linens and bath towels are included in the unit, daily maid service is not included in the rental rate. A one time cleaning service is required ($149). We do not permit towels, robes, or linens to be taken from the Premises.
RATE CHANGES – Rates subject to change without notice.
FALSIFIED RESERVATIONS – Any reservation obtained under false pretense will be subject to forfeiture of advance payment, deposit and/or rental money, and the party will not be permitted to check-in.
HOLD OVER: Resident shall deliver possession of house in good order and repair to Management upon termination or expiration of this agreement. Whenever Management is entitled to possession of the premises under the terms of this lease, Resident shall at once surrender premises to Management and shall remove all of Residents’ property. Should Resident remain after termination or expiration of this lease, Resident shall be deemed a tenant at will.
RIGHT OF ACCESS: Management shall have the right of access to house, without notice, for inspection and maintenance during reasonable hours. In the case of emergency, Management may enter at any time to protect life and prevent damage to property.
PROPERTY CONDITION; Resident expressly acknowledges that possession of the Premises is taken in its present "as is" condition, with all faults, including, but not limited to lead-based paint and lead-based paint hazards and damage from termites or any other wood destroying organism.
CASUALTY AND LOSS: Should the Premises be destroyed or substantially damaged by fire, through no fault of Resident, or by storm, earthquake or other casualty, this Agreement may be 'terminated by Resident as of the date of such destruction, damage, or loss. lt is expressly acknowledged that Resident shall not be entitled to a return of any rent or other monies paid should Resident so terminate this Agreement.
PARKING – There is ample free street parking on Dellwood Street. Resident shall enter the Premises on Broadway Street rather than through the alley. Management shall not be liable for damage to Residents’ property of any type for any reason or cause whatsoever, except where such is due to Management’s gross negligence. Resident shall be responsible for obtaining appropriate insurance with respect to household goods and personal effects, as well as liability insurance in an amount satisfactory to Resident at Resident’s sole discretion.
Management is not responsible for any accidents, injuries, illness, or death that occurs while on the premises or its facilities. Management is not responsible for the loss of personal belongings or valuables of the Resident. Management is not responsible for any actions of other Residents. By accepting this reservation, it is agreed that all Residents are expressly assuming the risk of any harm arising from their use of the Premises or others whom they invite to use the Premise.
INDEMNIFICATION: Resident releases Management from liability for and agrees to indemnify owner against all losses incurred by owner as a result of:
a) Resident’s failure to fulfill any condition of this agreement;
b) any damage or injury happening in or about house or premises to Resident’s invitees or licensees of any such person's property;
c) Any actions of other Residents;
d) Resident’s failure to comply with any requirements imposes by any governmental authority; and
e) Any judgment, lien or other encumbrance filed against the Premises as a result of Resident’s action.
NO WAIVER: Any failure of Management to seek redress for the violation or to insist upon the strict and prompt performance of, any covenants or conditions of this Lease shall not operate as a waiver of any such violation or of Management’s right to insist on prompt compliance in the future with such covenant or condition, and shall not operate as a waiver of any such violation or of Management's right to insist on prompt compliance in the future with such covenant or condition, and shall not prevent a subsequent action by Management for any such violation.
Acceptance by Management of any late payment of rent or additional rent shall not constitute a waiver of any rights of owner, including without limitation, the right to terminate this Lease as herein provided. The receipt of any rent or additional rent to terminate this Lease as herein provided. The receipt of any rent or additional rent by Management with the knowledge of such breach shall not operate as a waiver by Management unless such waiver is in writing and signed by owner.
MORTGAGEE'S RIGHTS: Residents rights under this Lease shall at all times be automatically junior and subject to any deed to secure debt which is now or shall hereafter be placed on premises; if requested, Resident shall execute promptly any certificate that Management may request to specifically implement the subordination of this paragraph.
a) Resident fails to pay rent or any other sum due, or otherwise fails to abide by and perform any of the obligations, terms, conditions or provisions of this lease, including, but not limited to, failure to reimburse Management for any damages, repairs or costs when due, abandonment of the Premises, or violates any of the rules and Regulations set forth herein, each and any such breach shall constitute a default under this lease.
b) If such default continues for one (1) calendar day after written notice of default from Management, Management may terminate this lease by written notice to Resident.
c) the event of a default by Resident, Management may enter upon and take possession of the Premises as provided by law.
d) Management may enter upon and take possession of the Premises, and lease same at the best price obtainable by reasonable effort, without advertisement and by private negotiation, and for any term and for any rent and upon such terms as Management deems proper. Resident shall be liable to owner for the deficiency, if any between Resident's rent hereunder and the price so obtained by Management by reletting, after deduction of owners expenses incurred in reletting, repairing, refurbishing, cleaning, painting or otherwise making the Premises releasable or tenantable.
f) Any action hereunder by Management shall not prejudice any rights of action against Resident as provided in this lease or by law, and Management shall not be guilty of trespass or forcible entry as a result of such re-entry and repossession of the premises by Management.
EVICTION: Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, if Resident defaults under this Agreement, then Management shall automatically and immediately have the right to assert any and all legal remedies to enforce this agreement, including, but not limited to, filing a Dispossessory Warrant against Resident to have Resident and any other occupant of the Premises, and any personal effect belonging thereto, evicted and removed from the Premises. Resident acknowledges that should Resident be so evicted, Resident shall be responsible for all of Management’s attorney's fees incurred in connection therewith.
Resident agrees to maintain the property in as good a state as he finds it, reasonable wear and tear expected. GOOD HOUSEKEEPING IS EXPECTED OF EVERYONE. The Resident agrees to keep Premises in a clean and sanitary condition.
Storage: No goods or materials of any kind or description which are combustible or would increase fire risk shall be taken or placed in storage areas. Storage in such areas shall be at Resident's risk and owner shall not be responsible for any loss or damage.
RESIDENTS UNDERSTAND THAT THEY ARE IN A FAMILY NEIGHBORHOOD. NO PARTIES OF ANY KIND ON PREMISES WILL BE TOLERATED. PLEASE BE CONSIDERATE TO NEIGHBORS AND KEEP QUIET AT NIGHT.
WRITTEN EXCEPTIONS – Any exceptions to the above-mentioned policies must be approved in writing in advance.
ENTIRE AGREEMENT: This agreement and any attached addendums constitute the entire agreement between the parties and no oral statements shall be binding. By submitting payment, I agree to all terms and conditions of this agreement.
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- Parties and hosting of social events is not permitted. Smoking of anything or open flame or burning of anything is not permitted on the property. Please be mindful of sound levels while on the back deck to avoid neighbor complaints. This property is our primary residence. We'd really appreciate it if you treat it well. Thanks.
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Dan Condon is an education activist and currently serves as the Associate Director of Professional Development at the Eagle Rock School & Professional Development Center, a Corporate Social Responsibility initiative of the American Honda Education Corporation, a nonprofit subsidiary of the American Honda Motor Company.
As the Founding Director of Public Allies in Colorado (holding the same position Michelle Obama held in Chicago), he prepared a new generation of innovative educators. He was selected as one of twenty young visionaries of 1996 by Who Cares Magazine, was named one of forty under 40 by the Boulder County Business Report in 2010, received the inaugural Coalition of Essential Schools ‘Commitment to Equity’ award and received the 2010 Governor’s Commission on Community Service “Still Getting Things Done” award.
He serves as a faculty member with Public Allies, Inc.’s Leadership Practice in collaboration with Northwestern University’s Asset Based Community Development Institute. He is a faculty member for the National Truancy Intervention & Prevention Center through the National Center for School Engagement. He serves as a Leader with Opportunity Nation.
Dan is a contributor to the Huffington Post and his writings have been published in in NASSP’s Leadership Magazine, Snapshots: The Specialist Schools Trust Journal of Innovation in Education, Horace: Innovation in Education & Edutopia. He has authored several chapters including A Schoolwide Model for Student Voice in Curriculum Development and Teacher Preparation & in the NSSE Yearbook titled, Engaging Youth in Schools: Empirically-Based Models to Guide Future Innovations.
He is a Critical Friends Group Coach through the National School Reform Faculty. He also serves as a grant reviewer for the Department of Education and the Corporation for National & Community Service. Recently in the Spring of 2014 he served as a mentor to the first high school Start Up Weekend taking place in Little Rock, AR.
He served as the co-chair of the Philanthropy & Social Committee on the board of Boulder’s 2140. He volunteers for eTown, The Boulder Stage of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge, Boulder B-Cycle & Outdoor Mindset. He resides in Boulder, Colorado. He has dreams of one day winning the New Yorker’s cartoon caption contest.