Welcome to the Farm Apartment on Tenney
Originally constructed in the 1890s, this Victorian multi-purpose home features very cool and unique elements of Victorian architecture and design, and a recently updated, modern and bright kitchen and bathroom.
Treasured, Historic Location
Walk-to Restaurants, Coffee, Beautiful Parks and Lakes, and More
3 Bedrooms + Loft
Fully Equipped, Modern Kitchen
Washer and Dryer
30 Days +
A super cool and unique property that was recently updated to modernize the more utilitarian elements of the home, while still keeping the charming aesthetic and coolness of the original Victorian-era architecture and interiors. Includes modern finishes such as a Scandinavian-farmhouse-style apartment open concept kitchen with new, stainless appliances, white quartz countertops, and a totally renovated bathroom with a dreamy walk-in glass shower. The original Victorian architectural elements can be seen in the 1890s exposed brick, authentic molding, peek-a-boo circular windows, wooden plank ceilings, and the pine spiral staircase- a true architectural and design masterpiece.
The location of this cool, cozy, Victorian-era farmhouse style apartment could not be any better. Situated in the middle of Denver’s most hip neighborhood and surrounded by fantastic restaurants, coffee shops, bars, shopping of all kinds, beautiful open parks and lakes, yoga studios, and more - the Tenney farm apartment is in the middle of all the greatness, while also being a private, quiet oasis of solitude. Dedicated off-street parking for 2 vehicles is available in the back for guests.
With its unique combination of character, luxury, and coziness, this apartment is the perfect place to call home for your next long-term stay in Denver (30-night stay minimum). Great for anyone looking to work-from-Denver and experience the city in their free time or for anyone visiting family/friends in the area but wanting their own space. The unit is attached to a local business, so you'll always have lighting fast reliable WI-FI (5G tower down the street), and a dining table that doubles as a work desk for those interested in remote work.
The Farmhouse-style apartment on Tenney comes equipped with certain everyday essentials for your stay, such as an assortment of spices, olive oil, coffee, detergent, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, and hand soap, all of which are provided by our partner, Public Goods. Public Goods is committed to producing non-GMO, eco-friendly, and sustainable products so you can be sure that your footprint during your stay with us will be minimal. We encourage our guests to be mindful of their impact and to honor healthy, sustainable practices.
2nd Floor / Main level:
Bedroom 1 - Full Bed
Bedroom 2 - Full Bed
Bedroom 3 - King Bed
Loft - Full Bed
STR: n/a - 30+ only
This beautiful apartment is perfectly positioned in north Denver, providing easy access to Downtown Denver, Boulder, and the surrounding areas. You will have easy access to some of the best restaurants, bars, and shops within walking distance. If you and your guests want to branch out into Downtown Denver, you will also be a quick drive away from the hustle and bustle of the city. This location is prime to optimize your experience of Denver.
“Since its humble beginnings in 1863, Berkeley's Tennyson Street has continued to grow and to evolve - somehow mastering the perfect balance of casual cool through its shopping, services, attractions, and amenities for Denver visitors and residents alike.
Originally annexed as the Town of North Denver, the Berkeley neighborhood has set the stage for some of Denver's most well-known names. Historic giants like Elitch's (Zoological) Gardens, whose original theatre is still located at 38th and Tennyson, helped to create the vibrant cultural landscape unique to the neighborhood and its history. Mary Elitch, the owner of Elitch's Gardens and namesake theatre, had a particular interest in developing the arts and cultural scene in the northwest Denver neighborhood. The popularity of her theatre (the first to screen movies in Denver), zoological and botanical gardens resulted in the rise of the Tennyson streetcar named the "Berkeley Motor", a bustling track of transportation that serviced and helped grow the population of homeowners and visitors in the neighborhood.
Fast forward to modern-day, many things in the Berkeley neighborhood and Tennyson Street have changed. The cable car tracks have long been ripped up and once quiet neighborhoods have begun to swell. What has remained is the neighborhood's dedication to and celebration of arts and culture. Tennyson Street actively participates in the nationwide First Fridays art walk every month, in addition to year-round festivals and activities. To sum it all up: Tennyson Street is a historically rich neighborhood that, despite many changes, continues to hold on to its unique character and bohemian charm.”
To read more about Tennyson Street and Berkeley, search the web for “Explore Tennyson Denver” to locate the Explore and Shop Tennyson websites.
Guests will have access to the entire APARTMENT UNIT - Kitchen; living area; 3 bedrooms + loft; 1 full bathroom; washer and dryer; 2 parking spaces. **Please note - There are 2 shared doors with the office on the first floor (1 in the hallway and 1 in the kitchen) but these doors have been locked from both sides to ensure your privacy will not be interrupted in the apartment.**
If any issues should arise during your stay, a representative from our management company will be available 24/7 to assist you.