Located in the hot Tennyson Arts District! This property is spacious & luxurious
About Stacy Neir
I have lived in Denver since 1984 and I can say wholeheartedly that I love this city. The people here are so friendly and there are so many things to do. With over 300 days of sunshine per year it allows me get out and enjoy all that our beautiful state has to offer including world class skiing/ snowboarding, biking, camping, running and everything else you can do outdoors. I spend a lot of time traveling to other countries and when I travel I always stay in furnished rentals. I enjoy being a local rather than a tourist and that's one great thing about my home is that you are located in the heart of the action where you can live like a local.
Stacy Neir purchased this Townhouse in 2015
Why Stacy Neir chose Berkeley
Whether you are looking to stay in the city or take a short drive up to the mountains Denver has it all. I bought this home because of the location. Tennyson St. is the perfect mix of restaurants, boutiques restaurants, and shops. It is important to find a home that plugs you into the unique nature of city you are visiting. Tennyson Street is perfectly Denver.
What makes this Townhouse unique
One block to Berkeley Park and Lake, steps to numerous restaurants, bars and shops, blocks from numerous organic grocery stores, Close to downtown and the mountains
Check-in: 4:00 pm
Check-out: 11:00 am
Smoking is allowed outside ONLY
Evidence of pets will incur an add'l 250.00 fee
A pack and play available for any babies/toddlers.
Minimum age of primary renter:28
Max guests:7 (sleeps up to 6 adults)
100% refund if cancelled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Great for our family
Property was spacious and clean. Our family ranged in age from 3 years to 60+ and everyone felt at home. Each bedroom having its own bath was really convenient. The open kitchen/living and large table were perfect for playing games and being together.
Location was great to walk to eat and drink.
Our only disappointment was the rooftop deck. The view was of mountains, but obscured, and the furniture was a bit tattered. The weather was cool, so we enjoyed the fireplace more!
Overall a great place. Recommend.
Wonderful stay at Denver upscale townhome
Walking distance to a beautiful lake and a park, nice running trail, walk to restaurants coffee shop. Top notch appliances. Near downtown. What else one needs?
Beautiful property and professionally decorated. Clean and airy. You can't go wrong.
The neighborhood is cool, and it is fun to walk the half mile or so, newly remodeled strip, with all of its shops and restaurants. However it gets loud, and you can expect loud noise past midnight from the crowds, and some loud bangs and voices into the night.
The property is large and roomy, but three beds. Our 6th person slept on the firm couch. The furniture isn't comfortable in a lounge or restful way, but mostly Ikea style straight backed. No recliners. The rooftop furniture is starting to fall apart.
Owner should note that a couple bathroom fixtures are slightly loose. Garage entry pad did not work, but he owner came out and replaced it the second day.
Overall, the property is very nice and highly recommended. Everything is almost new, and everything is high end.
Thank you for your review. We’re so happy to hear that you enjoyed your stay in our home and we hope to see you again on your next visit to Denver!
You are so right about the rooftop furniture. It sure took a beating over the winter. Now that spring has arrived in Colorado and it’s warm enough to enjoy the rooftop, we’re replacing all the outdoor furniture.
Thank you again for staying with us!
Everything was great! Will certainly stay here again
We had a wonderful stay! There was plenty of room for everyone (5 guests). The house has everything you need to stay, eat, relax and enjoy. The rooftop patio is a nice bonus for our perfect weather weekend. The area is quiet but busy, lots to do within walking distance with restaurants, bars and shopping and it's conveniently located just a short distance from highway 70. We ate breakfast right down the street two mornings and enjoyed eating in one morning. Clean, well appointed, comfortable and reasonably priced. We loved it!
Extended Weekend Friends Trip in Denver
EXCELLENT, EXCELLENT place & location. Quick Uber / Lyft ride to Downtown, RiNo, Berkeley, River North, Red Rocks, in addition to several bars, restaurants & shopping walking distance. I would highly recommend and stay again upon returning to Denver. There were six of us and the accommodations could not have been more perfect! Thoroughly enjoyed our time!
Very comfortable modern townhouse. Conveniently located.
The Tennyson Street Dining & Arts District is Denver’s latest “it” place to be. It is an extension of the Highlands neighborhood to the north and is now known as Denver’s next hot dining district. Tennyson Street is vibrant with fine dining options that will accommodate every discriminating taste.
New to the neighborhood is Brazen which has turned in to a destination for the entire city. Whether you sit by the fire pit on the park-side patio or inside the loud and lively dining room, you'll appreciate Brazen's unpretentious, seasonally inspired small plates at prices so reasonable, you can eat and drink, and eat and drink, without the fear of a formidable tab.
One of the neighborhood favorites is Local 46. It offers one of the coolest patio experiences, not to mention their top-notch service, friendly patrons, ever-rotating art on their walls, and an eclectic music lineup. This is a venue that welcomes families as a whole, and has hula hoops on-site for kiddos of all ages.
The trifecta of deliciousness has recently opened its doors on Tennyson Street. Atomic Cowboy, Denver Biscuit Company and Fat Sullys pizza join together for NY style pizza, smothered biscuits and late night embibing.
Other notable restaurants include Axios, Block & Larder, The Royal, Pasty Republic, El Chingon, Kaos Pizzeria and Uno Mas Taqueria y Cantina.
Two brewing companies have made Tennyson Street their home. Call To Arms Brewing Company and De Steeg brewery both offer tap rooms to taste their locally brewed craft beers.
The neighborhood boasts two healthy grocery stores including Sprouts and Natural Grocers.
On the first Friday of every month, galleries and artists display and sell their work offering everything from paintings and photography to Chinese scrolls and stage costumes. Its an eclectic offering of treasures and a walk you won’t want to miss.
Flanking the neighborhood on the north side include two large parks with lakes, tennis courts and views of the Rocky Mountains.
Quick access to I-70 makes it convenient to get around town or for that quick getaway to the mountains. We are 10 minutes from Downtown Denver, Coors Field, Pepsi Center, the Convention Center.