Misfit Mansion

Denver, CO


This place is about creating community, living intentionally, and having a good time in the process.

Why here?

Denver is dope and we’re right smack dab in the middle of it.


Entry Way

This is where you enter. Actually, most people come in the back door.

Chill / Party Room

Sometimes we chill here. Working on getting a pool table

2nd Floor

4 rooms, 1 shared bathroom, and 1 chill spot on this floor.

2nd Floor Bath

Common bath.

3rd Floor Kitchen, Living, Dining

Where the cooking, living, and dining occurs. 2+ fridges, pantry, etc.

3rd Floor Bath

Common bath.

Laundry, Board / Ski Storage

Plenty of water bottles and fire extinguishers.


On-premise gym. Kinda. You can workout here, but there’s also a gym 2 blocks away with a basketball court, pool, and rock wall for $2/day. Additional cellar exit and toilet.

Basement Storage

On-premise small storage – this is a lot more full nowadays. Also, the ghost lives here.

Parking Lot / Backyard

Parking spot in back included. Street parking in front generally available.

Rooms for Rent



Available Now

This is the smallest, but cutest room in the house. It has an ornate fireplace with a built-in mirror as well as 2 large built-in shelves. Window faces East.

  • 13.1 ft x 10.8 ft = 142 sq ft
  • 1st floor
  • Cute fireplace thing
  • Built in mirror and shelves
  • Partially furnished
  • AC unit

Pikes Peak



The Master suite. Has a goofy double-swinging door. Kinda feels like you’re in the Wild West. Connected to the office via a secret bookshelf (pictured in Office). Window faces West.

  • 15.3 ft x 12.8 ft = 196 sq ft
  • 1st floor
  • Connected to Office
  • Extra closet space
  • AC unit




This is the sister room to Torreys. Complete with ancient stained glass window and wood flooring. This room has 2 closets, a fireplace, and dimming lights. Windows face East and North East.

  • 11.8 ft x 13.6 ft = 161 sq ft
  • 2nd floor
  • Cute fireplace thing
  • 2 closets
  • Stained glass window
  • AC unit
  • Dimmable lights




This is the sister room to Grays. Only has 1 closet – the 2nd closet door doesn’t open. Complete with ancient stained glass window and wood flooring. Windows face East and South East.

  • 12.6 ft x 14.3 ft = 181 sq ft
  • 2nd floor
  • Stained glass window
  • AC unit




This is the biggest singular room in the house, but… it has carpet and a golden retro accent wall. Windows face West.

  • 16.5 ft x 12.6 ft = 209 sq ft
  • 2nd floor
  • Gold accent wall
  • Studio lighting
  • AC unit



Available 11/1

Not much to say about this room. The heater is located in the closet, so this room is for those who enjoy white noise. Windows face West.

  • 12.1 ft x 11.8 ft = 143 sq ft
  • 2nd floor
  • AC unit

Red Rocks


Studio / Office

Bigass space. Could be 2 rooms, but it’s not. Has a black accent wall that one of the previous tenants had graciously painted. Comes with a free-standing closet.

  • 11.1 ft x 24.6 ft = 272.5 sq ft
  • Basement
  • Free-standing closet



Guest Room

Not a whole lot of space, but attached toilet and entrance/exit door in close proximity. Plenty of room for a Queen mattress, desk, and dresser. Water heater is in this room. Comes with a free-standing closet.

  • 11.8 ft x 10.5 ft = 119.4 sq ft
  • Basement
  • Free-standing closet


What’s the floor plan?

  • 6 bedrooms
  • 1 guest bedroom
  • 1 studio / office
  • 2.25 baths
  • 1 kitchen
  • 1 lofted living room
  • 1 balcony
  • 1 chill / party room
  • 2 basement storage rooms
  • 1 parking lot

How much does it cost?

Pricing per room is listed above. Additional costs include monthly security deposit insurance (around $12 / mo) and renter’s insurance ($10-25 / mo).

Is there a security deposit?

No. Security deposit insurance is collected monthly (around $12 / mo) by a third party insurance broker (sayrhino.com) in lieu of a security deposit. An insurance policy is then held in your name for the amount equal to 1 month’s rent. Any damages to the property, unpaid rent, and/or late fees will be claimed via this insurance policy and you will be responsible for this amount to the third party insurance broker.

Is there a pet deposit?

No. Any damages to the property will be claimed against the security deposit insurance policy held in your name.

Is there a pet limit?

Realistically speaking, 2-3 dogs and 2 cats is probably as manageable as it could get. Anything other than that probably needs to live in a box (e.g. – aquarium).

Is there a lease agreement?

There is a master lease. You will sign a sublease agreement before move-in that details all your rights and responsibilities.

How do I pay rent?

You can pay rent to the master lease holder via PayPal.

What’s included?

  • Air conditioning
  • Locking private room
  • Keyless entry
  • Video doorbell surveillance
  • Access to locking storage
  • Washer and dryer on premise
  • 1 parking spot in the private back parking lot
  • Water and dispenser (when available)
  • Utilities – (subject to change if abused)
  • High-speed internet – 1000 down / 20 up – (subject to change if abused)

What’s not included?

  • A job
  • Cable TV
  • Rental insurance
  • Transportation
  • Food and sustenance
  • Entertainment
  • Toilet paper
  • Janitorial services (emphasis here)
  • A sense of humor

Can I bring furniture?

For your room only, unless previously approved by management. There is room for maybe 1 or 2 furniture items in the basement storage, but must be approved by management.

Are there prerequisites?

  • Background check (rental, credit, and criminal)
  • Proof of income or funds available for rent
  • Proof of rental insurance
  • Security deposit insurance
  • Video or in-person tour
  • Signed sublease agreement

Any other stipulations?

We do a one month trial period to ensure that new tenants align with the community standards and everybody gets along well.

Any other amenities?


  • Professional networking, collaboration, and opportunities
  • Proximity to local gems – less than 2 miles to downtown
  • Ski/snowboard, hiking, camping, music, on-the-town outings
  • Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, Disney+ accounts
  • Games – Nintendo, Xbox, Sega, board games, puzzles, etc
  • Laughs and good times
  • Occasional house parties

What’s with the room names?

They’re named after mountains. 14ers in Colorado, to be more specific. 14ers in Colorado that I (the master lease holder) have summited, to be even more specific. The characteristics of the rooms somewhat resemble the characteristics of the 14ers they’re named after. The basement rooms are named after smaller rock formations as they’re underground. Ah-ha, get it? Whatever.

What are the roommates like?

Early 20’s to early 30’s, typically. Roughly even split between genders. Holding all types of jobs within varying industries. All talented, creative, active, friendly, and funny.

What is the environment like?

We try to treat the house as a family, with healthy communication and conflict resolution. We have a group chat that regularly is filled with memes. Most things in communal spaces are shared and private spaces are to be respected. We hang out and cook together and do things outside of the house together as well. We have thrown parties, gone to Red Rocks concerts, gone camping, hosted Thanksgiving at the house, chilled at the park, and all kinds of things together. 4 of us took a surfing trip to San Diego. We probably should have a TV show or at least a TikTok handle. See our gallery here.

What is the house like?

It’s over a century old, so it has hella character and its fair share of flaws. In the 3+ years I’ve lived here, I’ve personally completed countless improvements and witnessed updates and renovations. It can still use improvements here and there, but it’s miles ahead of where it was when I moved in.

What is the neighborhood like?

It’s par for the course for City Park West/Cap Hill. Every now and then, we get interesting characters around the neighborhood, however we have never encountered a situation that has caused distress or concern for our safety.

Is this a party house?

Yes and no. We’re all adults. We have adult jobs, lives, social circles, and hobbies. But we do like to get down from time-to-time. We average about 1 rager a year and have people over to “hang” roughly 3-5 times a month. I’m trying to make dinner parties a thing.

Is that a disco ball in the living/dining/kitchen room?


Is this a frat house?

No, bro. We lean more towards a commune than a cult.

Do you have to be creative or artsy to live here?

No, but it definitely helps.

How often do you update the pictures?

Not very often, honestly. Most rooms are pictured empty to give you a better idea of the space. The gallery spans many years worth of pictures.

Is this a scam?

Seriously…? I made a whole website. This won’t last forever. Almost too good to be true. -_-

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