Quiet, peaceful room with pvt bath on your own floor. Located in the center of fun and funky JP with a great view over the rooftops--a block to Jamaica Pond, 2 bl to JP Ctr and lots of shops & restaurants, yards to the 39 bus, easy walk to the T. Onsite parking available.
The room is the master suite in a 3 BR townhouse in hoppin' JP, a very desirable part of Boston. The townhouse is built on a hill on ledge, and the 3d floor bedroom looks over the rooftops of JP through the branches of the trees. The moon sometimes shines through the skylight. It's a comfy queen bed -- very quiet for sleeping, with some city sounds far below, and the birds sharing the air.
The townhouse is 3 floors so the bedroom is up two flights. The kitchen and living room are on the first floor and there's room in the refrigerator if you need to keep something cold. I'll have light breakfast of coffee, tea, cereal, fruit and yogurt for you. There's a nice patio and table and chairs in the back for morning coffee. I have many books and maps about JP and Boston. Laundry facilities are available at a mutually convenient time.
Interazione con gli ospiti
I share the house with my 32 year old son, who recently moved back home and works a long day. I'm an attorney and nonprofit manager currently in between jobs. We've lived in JP for 35 years and we have lots of information to share about making the most of your visit to Boston. We have both traveled a lot and love to meet new people and help make their trips special. I also have a House Manual with good information about the area.
Altre cose da evidenziare
While you don't need a car if you stay with us and we don't recommend driving in the city, we do have off-street parking for a guest's car next to the building.
We expect guests to treat this as they would their own home. We don't allow pets. We don't allow smoking.
I'm a young 60 something, an attorney and nonprofit executive. I've lived in JP for almost 35 years. I love JP and wouldn't live anywhere else in Boston. I love Boston too. I'm a history major, so I really appreciate the unique role Boston played in our nation's formation. I'm also an outdoors person, so I can tell you about some special places in town and in New England. My son, Dakota, is 30 and currently living with me. He grew up here and has lived in Chicago and Los Angeles before coming home. He can tell you lots of things to do in Boston that are probably different from what I know. Lucky for you!