Our home is bright and welcoming. It is a neoclassical row house built around 1905, with hardwood floors, coved ceilings and terrific light, especially in the morning. We have an established garden and hot tub. The home is also wheelchair accessible.
Our sunny, bright 1200 sq. ft. home is welcoming and comfortable. We have collected art for many years and much of our collection is displayed in our home, helping to create a whimsical, colorful and charming environment. The recently remodeled kitchen has stainless steel appliances and a small, eat-in table. The back door opens onto a small deck with the garden below. There are queen beds and wide screen TVs with cable access in both bedrooms. Both beds are adjustable by remote controls. There is also a flat screen TV with cable access in the living room along with a blue tooth speaker for music lovers. A gas grill lives on the back deck. A washer and dryer are located at the rear of the home. The spring garden is resplendent at the moment with orchids, roses, wisteria and bleeding hearts.
You will have access to the entire home, including the garden, hot tub and grill. You will not have access to the garage.
Interazione con gli ospiti
We will be traveling out of the country during your stay, but a friend will be readily and easily available throughout to answer questions or solve any problems that arise. She can reach us, if necessary, should something come up that needs our attention.
Altre cose da evidenziare
Three adults and a small dog live in this smoke-free family home. For those who need it, the home is wheelchair accessible with an access ramp at the rear entry, wide bathroom doors, under-vanity clearance and grab bars. One bathroom has a tub and the other, a shower. If you have questions about these features, please contact us for more information.
We expect our guests to treat our space and the things in it, especially the art work, with respect and appreciation. We encourage you to relax and enjoy our home, but respectfully request that you leave it in the condition in which you found it.