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Vintage Shasta | Backyard Gallery | Cherokee Arts

Camper/RV hosted by Kevin
2 guests1 bedroom1 bed1 bath
Entire home
You’ll have the camper/rv to yourself.
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Vintage Shasta. Back yard gallery. Cherokee Arts District. Instruments. Books. Fire pit. Playtime.

Quarantine art camper for musicians, artists, weirdos, adventurers and hippy-punk troubadours. Chill space. Cannabis friendly. Let’s jam on some guitars. See cool shit on insta @playgroundunderground

The space
This property is vintage. The house is vintage. The trailer is vintage and we have vintage salon chairs. It’s a cultivated space designed for creative play.

Oh did I say the house and interior experience are really old too? We use a live feed gas stove from the 50’s, a fridge from the 50’s and the sink from the mmmm, 60’s. We’ve got hard wood floors and roughed out brick. Bathroom is new (lol). The place is a “raw space” so if you like polished, new materials, this isn’t the habitat for you. Both artists that designed this space used only found materials. See cool shit on insta @playgroundunderground

There’s awesome mid-modern furniture inside, books, art supplies to enjoy and instruments. You can interact and engage with anything you’d like, just take care of it so others can play too. This house is an art experience...a shared art experience. Please respect it as such or seek shelter elsewhere.

Lastly, we offer WiFi hotspots. If you need heavy streaming, you’ll need to use your data on your devices. We currently do not have a way to provide stable high speed WiFi to the trailer.

Guest access
House, yard, bathroom, kitchen, art studio and living room

Other things to note
Fun. Conversation. Interaction. Quietude. Reflection. Chill.

Which ever way you wanna go.

Please remember the house is old. Things are worn. We like them that way. Everything functions well. Take care of things though. No shoes inside anything. Play on what ever you want.
Vintage Shasta. Back yard gallery. Cherokee Arts District. Instruments. Books. Fire pit. Playtime.

Quarantine art camper for musicians, artists, weirdos, adventurers and hippy-punk troubadours. Chill space. Cannabis friendly. Let’s jam on some guitars. See cool shit on insta @playgroundunderground

The space
This property is vintage. The house is vintage. The trailer is vintage and w…
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Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 double bed

Amenities

Free parking on premises
Kitchen
Wifi
Indoor fireplace
Dedicated workspace
Iron
Hangers
Dryer
Washer
Heating

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4.79 out of 5 stars from 19 reviews

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St. Louis, Missouri, United States

Cherokee Arts District.

Hosted by Kevin

Joined in March 2014
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Describe me? This always feels like a job interview or dating... so I’ll avoid projecting as best I can and share that I’m weird, I try to be honest, I’m human and fallible. Sometimes funny. Sometimes serious. Occasionally complicated and frequently simple. I embrace living an authentic life but I’m not really sure what that means. I don't put much stock in "getting ahead, fitting in, money, corporate careers" or shit like that even though I have a business. I understand the game but don't always wanna play the way we're told to play. My personal life, work, relationships and travel all revolve around art, nature, people, connection, community and experiences. I like the weird. The funny. The unusual. The different. The creative. The eccentric. The unknown. I'll eat anything and love to explore. I appreciate seeing people “live” and “create.” I tend to talk a lot or be really quiet... and I also tend to not be offended if you ask me to stop talking or to start. I also tend to like a lot of alone time and personal space. Sitting on my own, staring at the clouds is fine with me. And I also make friends easily. For example, I can make friends with running water if you leave us alone for long enough. Overall, I love people. I love nature. I love books. I love art. I love music. I love being active and being outdoors as much as I love meandering around an art gallery for hours. Geeze, that is a lot of love...can you feel it in the air tonight? I also embrace the quintessential saying, "All things in moderation. Even moderation sometimes." So I live life to the fullest and appreciate all the nuances existence has to offer. There's so much to do, see, taste and feel before existing this crazy-mad-world. ;)
Describe me? This always feels like a job interview or dating... so I’ll avoid projecting as best I can and share that I’m weird, I try to be honest, I’m human and fallible. Someti…
During your stay
I work on the property so you may see me and my associates.

I share my studio with Airbnb guests that request it. It doesn’t cost you anything we just need to coordinate timing since I’m active in the studio. You can use it on your own in privacy or work at the same time. It depends.

If you’re a musician the same applies. You can have private space to play or we can jam. I do play almost every night.
I work on the property so you may see me and my associates.

I share my studio with Airbnb guests that request it. It doesn’t cost you anything we just need to coordinate…
  • Language: English
  • Response rate: 100%
  • Response time: within an hour
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Things to know

House rules
Self check-in with lockbox
Not suitable for infants (under 2 years)
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed
Health & safety
Committed to Airbnb's enhanced cleaning process. Learn more
Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Cancellation policy