Restored 1940's home is truly one of a kind. Wooden ceilings, tons of beautiful light, tree enclosed patio located on a quiet street in East Austin, just 5 minutes to downtown. Enjoy cooking in Amazing chef's kitchen. Laundry. Perfect for F-1, ACL, X-Games, Fun Fun Fun, Psychfest.
The house is an open modern design. The master bedroom is very comfortable for two people and has a large closet and lots of light. The second bedroom is more suitable for one guest. You are welcome to use our awesome kitchen, the beautiful yard, the bocce court, relax on the deck, cook on the outdoor grill. Make yourselves at home. There is plenty of parking in our lot (4 cars worth) and also on the street. Perfect convenient residence for your company during SXSW or a family getaway to Austin.
Guests will have access the all rooms in the house. You are welcome to use the laundry, the fridge, the dishwasher, and all the spendor the house has to offer
You will have the place to yourself and will be unencumbered throughout your visit.
We live in a funny neighborhood. It is a quickly gentrifying strip of East Austin in the midst of changes. I have great relationships with many neighbors. It is a vibrant & warm neighborhood which has fully embraced my family and me.
The #2 bus has a stop just outside our front door, which is a quick and easy commute to get downtown. A major plus
This house is our home and shall be treated with requisite care and respect. Please behave responsibly and treat as you would your best friend's home. Replace what you've used or taken (unless otherwise specified), keep music at a reasonable volume & make the cat is fed twice a day. No pets allowed. No smoking anything inside the house. No fires please unless explicitly allowed otherwise.
I am a husband. A father. A chef. I spend most of my time the kitchen, working or huddled around with my family. I am pleased to host people at our home, either by dinner party or a guest for the weekend. Our home is a place to share the things we love with others. I am from New York, and have spent most of my adult life trying to figure out how to move to Italy.