Small town Minnesota living 30min from the Twin Cities (and Mall of America and airport), stay for a rest in a grand old Eastlake inspired Victorian home or take a walk out the door to play in town made great with community, antiques, and music. This is a vacation rental or temporary furnished lodging, cleaning and upkeep during stay is responsibility of guests.
This listing and pricing is the Momma Bear room (grey paint, with Arts & Crafts style decor) with a too soft queen sized bed. This is the largest of the three rooms. Coordinate and moderate room temperature with other guests.
Price includes parking, utilities, linens, and toiletries. Please leave the house tidy with linens and towels washed and folded on the beds. If you need additional cleaning during your stay, it can be arranged for an additional fee. Cleaning fee pays for cleaning after your departure.
House does not accommodate pets, illicit drugs, e-cigarettes, or smoking on the premises.
Side Note: My house is on the Anoka Ghost Tour; we can talk about it if you have any concerns.
Communal spaces include shared upstairs bathroom, parlor with gas fireplace, downstairs tv with movies and Netflix, Wifi, full access to kitchen, dining room, side porch, and yard. On-site laundry available. Linens, towels, hangers, iron and ironing board, and some toiletries provided, please replace what you use up or contact host for replacement. There is no cable tv in the house.
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I spend most of my time on the East Coast and am infrequently at the house. There is a house manual in the kitchen describing amenities, operations, troubleshooting - she's an old house and has some quirks. Call or text if you need anything.
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Two driveway spaces available (coordinate with other guests for rotating driveway access) and full public parking lot behind the house available 24/7 for extra vehicles.
NO OVERNIGHT ON STREET PARKING IN ANOKA. Park in the driveway, there are two spots in back, coordinate with other guests.
Old house - lead paints have been painted over and/or removed but may still be in home. We get dry air in winter, it's MN, it's cold, we recommend not getting heat upstairs too hot or will dry you out at night and get a scratchy throat, drink plenty of water. House is musty in parlor, foyer, kitchen, this weil be addressed fall 2017, I open windows when weather is nice. Hardwood floors are cold year round, we recommended wearing slippers or thick socks. There is a long-standing single spider ration in the upstairs bathroom, I don't know how they do it but there's usually only one. Smoke detectors checked every two months like clockwork - if one of them beeps, there are spare batteries in the kitchen pencil drawer, there's a first aid kit, it's a fully functional and operational home, I'm just not there full time.
Be comfortable, be respectful, enjoy your self.
Key code for lockbox at front door will be provided in the day or days before rental. Rooms are labeled by name.
The following rules were put into place for clarifying responsibilities and expectations, booking a room is a contract for services (lodging) .
Guest(s) responsibilities during rental contract:
-any damages incurred to the house and it's contents will paid for replacement cost or labor out of your deposit
-guests are to maintain a clean house
-if multiple guests and you don't agree on cleaning duties, cleaning may be provided every two weeks for $100 split among all guests paid for at time of cleaning
-respect other guests; keep your belongings in your room and agreed upon areas in the bathroom, unless discussed and agreed upon with other guests sharing the house
-notify host if anything does not work, is broken, gets broken, or is needed (soaps, paper products, etc)
-do not drink liquor in the home that we have for our personal consumption
-no unauthorized guests at the house (unauthorized guest fee $70 per guest per night for the entire stay from security deposit unless disclosed in writing to host before rental)
-only stay in the room you are legally renting through Airbnb or additional cleaning fee of $150 will be assessed and taken from your deposit
-each guest gets one key unless discussed with host in writing through Airbnb site; damaged or lost keys will result a $100 fee from the deposit to cover change of locks for the house
-No pets, no smoking, no e-cigarettes, and no illicit drug use or illegal activities on the premises (this includes the yard), failure to comply will result in loss of entire security deposit and you will be asked to leave immediately
-any complaint from any neighbor that you are being too loud or disorderly, you will be kicked out of my home with 0 refund provided
-the Internet WiFi connection will only be for web browsing, work, and/or Netflix and not used for any illegal activity. Do not download copyrighted material.
-launder sheets and towels before departure, leave them folded/on the bed in the room in which they belong ($200 will be taken from deposit to cover extra cleaning associated with laundering linens and towels)
-checkout is 11am, leave the key in the lockbox and scramble the code
NOT RESPECTING THESE RULES AND OTHER GUESTS WILL RESULT IN LOSS OF ALL OR SOME OF YOUR DEPOSIT.
CLEANING FEE covers maintenance of cleaning supplies and tools; maintenance of outdoor spaces (yard, snow, salt); the cleaning of common area linens, towels, bath mats, floors, surfaces, dusting, vacuuming; cleaning the oven, refrigerator, porch, common areas, occasional couch cleaning, etc after your stay. Understand it is 1900sf, it cost about $300 for a thorough cleaning of the whole house, your deposit is meant to cover a portion of it, don't complain about having to clean up after yourself or wash linens to keep costs low for next guest; it's just good guest practice to be clean in someone else's home. These are the conditions of this rental contract.
No shoes are to be worn in house to maintain cleanliness for users and care of floors. Slippers or warm socks are recommended, hardwood floors are chilly.
Be kind, she's old.
Lead Free Informational Materials for Pre-1978 Properties on EPA web site: Color Booklet - Protect Your Family from Lead in Your Home (Sept 2013) (PDF)(10 pp, 2MB) read as a condition of rental, booking this rental is agreement that you have read and understand this pamphlet.
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Born Upstate NY, moved about, TX, OH, NC, OH, I like small town living with the excitement of a big city nearby; walking around and knowing people, waiving, having conversation, meeting new people - all for grand adventures! I've found my small town living in Anoka, Baltimore, Wilmington - my little river/water cities, and spend time in bigger locations for new people, flavors, and adventure. I've traveled the States and Europe with Airbnb and enjoy the community, shared economy, and human commonalities.
My hobbies include travel, movies, kayaking, energy spirituality, marketing, business, cooking, photography, and writing.
When I travel I go for some novelty but also hit up one or two touristy sites. I travel for food, culture, and friends and prefer staying with friends or locals to get to know a place, to find small quality venues with local and historical character, or the perfect food item at the time...chocolate martini, beef wellington, oysters, crawfish etouffee, a great guiness pour, etc. I enjoy staying with others but at times value the flexibility of private space. I enjoy having a full kitchen or simple basics such as coffee and tea, clean linens and toiletries. I try not to spend too much time indoors and try to see as much as I can and relax when I get home; or sometimes I simply find a quiet spot by a river, take a walk, and take pictures.
I'm a warm Italian, sociable gemini with an inclination to feed anyone who comes into my home. I adore playing ambassador and helping others find just what they're looking to experience, as that's what I'd want for myself (at times). I look to provide a clean, comfortable, accommodating, and soothing sanctuary to come back to during your travels. I hope to provide an environment of freedom and flexibility with zero obligation; and hoping you will be respectful of the spaces as they are home to me.