3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom Home, great fenced yard with Gorgeous Mountain Views!!
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About Jim Gulley
Georgetown holds a special place in our hearts for many reasons -- Amazing people, incredible memories, beautiful summers and winters and just lots of fun! And we were married in this wonderful little town in 2000!
Jim Gulley purchased this Cottage in 2013
Why Jim Gulley chose Historic District
This house in the historic district of Georgetown is the essence of this old historic mining town. While the town was established in 1859, our house was built circa 1868 and has historic charm inside and out. It has been difficult to capture how wonderful our house in the pictures posted. The house is quite open and spacious and really comfortable. I encourage you to read the reviews. Call me for more details!
What makes this Cottage unique
Our home has gone through some significant updating to add to its comfort. However, we were careful to hold onto the character and Georgetown 'feel'! There is not another home in Georgetown that combines the town history and modern day comforts like ours. From internet, cable and appliances to turn of the century floors, wall coverings and ambiance! Great fenced backyard with views to kill! and both charcoal and gas grills with a fire pit for the cool nights! All tucked in the most historical section of Georgetown. Awesome! Come and make memories!
100% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date.
A great summer!
Loved our stay at The Parsonage. Absolutely nothing to complain about. We will be back next year.
Wonderful stay in Georgetown
Our family of seven (plus our dog) had a wonderful month-long stay in this sweet and cozy house! It feels much bigger on the inside than it looks from the outside, and was spotlessly clean on our arrival. The high speed internet worked great. We felt right at home, and we absolutely loved Georgetown. Jim was kind enough to provide us with suggestions of things to do and explore. Our kids loved walking to the library to pick up books, playing on the great town playground, and we all enjoyed the hiking available right from town, as well as all the scenic beauty within such a short drive - Guanella Pass, Mount Evans! The Georgetown Loop railroad was fun, seeing the bighorn sheep in town was a real treat, too. The rec center in Idaho Springs has a great pool with large water slides, a lazy river, a sauna, and a zero-entry pool for little ones. We weren't ready to leave when it was time to head back home!
We had a great time in Georgetown in this old house. Cozy but spacious and everything worked well.
Historic Georgetown home
Our family of 5 adults and 1 child stayed in this home for a spring break ski trip. The home is within walking distance of several nice Georgetown restaurants and a couple of fun parks. We prepared all breakfasts and lunches, plus one dinner, in the kitchen with no problems. We had no problems parking across the street, really just a few steps from the front door. The house was comfortable and charming and well-located for a Loveland ski trip.
Thanks Kate. You were a great guest. I'm always open to constructive criticism so fire away if you have any suggestions! Thanks for coming to Georgetown!
A nice relaxing weekend in a great historic home.
Everything was perfect!
Wonderful time capsule adventure!
The property was wonderful. Beautiful and well maintained! The backyard was lovely and had all the amenities needed for a very comfortable stay. The basement was pretty creepy, but thankfully we had strong men staying with us and had no need to go down there :) The property management team was very informative about the property and super responsive to questions.
We loved our stay in Georgetown!
Caitlin, you were a great guest. Thanks for staying at the Parsonage and come back and see us!
Tons of things to do in the Georgetown area. Experience the Georgetown Loop Railroad and Mine. Winter Jeep races on Town Lake. Fish Clear Creek or any of the many mountain streams or lakes. Hike the mountains in all directions! Ski Loveland or A-Basin 15 minutes from the house, or go through the Eisenhower tunnel on the West side of the divide to experience Breckenridge, Keystone, Vail, Copper Mountain, and much more! Or head back into Denver for all it has to offer!