First Montrose Commons 2-Story Has a Checkered Bed and Breakfast Past

Two-tone design elements run the show at 4104 Greeley — from the front entry (top) to the dining room tableware (above). The 2,471-sq.-ft. house 2 blocks north of  Richmond was built in 1920 and sold to its current owner about 60 years later.

It’s been a bed and breakfast dubbed the Robin’s Nest for nearly 30 years:


At the end of the dining room table, a bay window looks out east across Greeley:

French doors link the dining room to the living room:

It neighbors a narrow study, currently home to a small gallery’s worth of colorful animal portraiture:

Back around the living room bend is the kitchen . . .

Where the décor is more black-and-white:

Only one of the house’s 4 bedrooms lives on the first floor . . .

Its bathroom shaded by this evergreen specimen:

Rest here after you’ve climbed the stairs to the second floor:

The biggest of the 3 remaining bedrooms boasts an adjacent bathroom, kitchenette, and sitting area:

Although not as large, the other 2 private spaces still have room for multiple sleepers:

Outside, a patio runs along the house near a detached, 2-car garage:

The Robin’s Nest

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