Sport Haus: Where Champions Stay and Play in Olympic City USA

Colorado Springs, CO


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Overview

Sports evoke emotions that last for generations. That’s the goal of your visit to our home. Step inside to be inspired by some incredible sport stories and enjoy making memories with your family that will last a lifetime. ** Update in 2020 - new central Air Conditioning installed to make your visit to the Pikes Peak Region even more pleasurable ** Walk past the lovely porch swing and into the main level which is well appointed and packed full of memory-making opportunities for your stay. The living room features the — wall of games — from Athens in 1896 to Los Angeles in 2028 that will immerse you in the history of the modern Olympic movement. The adjacent game room with foosball table and bar top is full of board games and books, with a wall of original sport patents. The den showcases one of the most iconic women’s cycling stories of all time — fifty miles won by an inch — and has 2 twin fold-out beds and an additional flat screen TV. The main level has a ½ bath with washer/dryer, featuring laundry at the Games. The modern kitchen is fully equipped to make cooking at home a pleasurable experience. You'll find stainless steel appliances, glass cooktop stove, oak cabinets, and a large breakfast bar. The dining room takes us back to first Games, summer and winter and the Baron — Pierre de Coubertin who made them possible. The outside eating area features the flags of countries that come together to compete and bring the best their county as to offer. Heading upstairs through bobsled landing, the hallway is showcased by early era badminton rackets and images of early competitions. The three upstairs bedrooms all include queen size beds, with high-end plush mattresses. The first bedroom shares the story of the 1936 inaugural basketball tournament, held in Berlin, Germany — the storms of change. The second bedroom takes you to —the making of the greatest — the 1960 boxing match in Rome, Italy where a controversial hero was born. The third bedroom takes us to Lake Placid, New York in 1980 where a hockey team made their miracle, inspiring us all. Swim or Ski? You have your choice, both full bathrooms in the upstairs are quite unique — one features a rain shower and pedestal sink while the other has a wonderful original cast iron soaking tub & shower. Pull down the ladder from the upstairs ceiling and you’ll climb up into a one-of-a-kind sport zone. A glass enclosed observation tower, you have a perfect vantage point of Pikes Peak and downtown Colorado Springs from inside or out. This space is the perfect place to relax, reflect and learn more about an amazing American, one of the most iconic athletes of all time. Competing in 17 events at the 1912 Games and winning gold in Pentathlon and Decathlon, this “shining path” of modern athletics also forwarded baseball, basketball and football and helping these sports become that they are today. Located in the heart of downtown yet set aside in a quiet neighborhood, you can walk to all the best shopping, restaurants, events. There is a wonderful park, playground, tennis courts and creek less than 1 minute away. You can even walk the bike path to an awesome coffee shop! The drive to Old Colorado City is 10 minutes or 5 minutes more will take you to Manitou Springs. The Olympic and Paralympic Museum (Opening in May of 2020) and Training Center and are 5 minutes from the Sport Haus, completing your sporting experience in Colorado Springs. Some top highlights nearby include: - Downtown Colorado Springs (5 minutes walk) - all the best shopping, restaurants, and activities - Shooks Run Trail & Park (1 minute walk) - walk to 50/50 Coffee Shop, great running trail, or playground for the kids - Olympic Training Center (2 minute drive / 7 minute walk) - Memorial Hospital (2 minute drive / 7 minute walk) - Garden of the Gods (10 minute drive) - Cog Railway (15 minute drive) - North Pole/Santa’s Workshop (20 minute drive) - Cheyenne Mountain Zoo (15 minute drive) - Hiking at Red Rocks Canyon (10 minute drive) - Cheyenne Mountain State Park (20 minute drive) - Cave of the Winds (15 minute drive) - Seven Falls (15 minute drive) - Broadmoor (15 minute drive) - Broadmoor World Arena (15 minute drive) - US Air Force Academy (15 minute drive) Note that we use a Ring style doorbell and motion activated recording camera aimed at parking area. City of Colorado Springs approved short term rental permit #0216 We maintain our online calendar with 100% accuracy, please reference this for availability. Like this property and find that we don't have availability or desire a different set of amenities? We have four other top-rate and unique homes all within 10 minutes apart, contact us to find out more information


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Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Sleeps: 10
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