The Earl House Historic Inn located at 2429 Broadway in Boulder, Colorado is a landmark Boulder property in the Gothic Revival style. Currently, operated as transitional housing for youth with behavioral or substance issues, the Earl House was built in 1885. The property was named after one its owners, Boulder Mayor Isaac T. Earl, who lived there with his wife, Mary, back when Broadway was 12th Street. Mr. Earl was a wealth English cattleman who bought the property in 1916 from a University of Colorado professor, Oscar F.A. Greene and his wife Carolyn. The building features two three-story carriage houses (2431 Broadway) in the back each with three bedrooms. The main house features carved oak woodwork, leaded glass windows, gothic arches, and inlaid floors. The property was renovated in 1995 and began operation as a bed and breakfast. It was marketed by the website www.earlhouse.com and its sister website www.bouldervictoria.com. The inn was closed 2003-4. Later in March 2007, the current owner, Aim House LLC, purchased the property for $2.3 million.