Basement-level studio with bathroom, kitchenette and private entrance. Walk to Metro, Safeway grocery store, CVS pharmacy (open 24 hrs), coffee shop & farmers' market. Shared laundry, basement-level sitting room, and deck. Twelve to 15-minute walk to Takoma Metro Station (red line). Twelve-minute ride to Union Station. Free and abundant street parking. Quick bus or metro to Silver Spring for AIRP students. ALL ARE WELCOME.
Basement-level studio in my 85-year-old DC bungalow house with your own private entrance, bathroom and kitchenette. Free and abundant street parking. Queen bed, nightstand, large closet with full-length mirror doors, murphy table/desk, and storage cabinet. Private bathroom with shower.
Two people are welcome for short-term stays (up to 10 days). Longer-term stays (10 days or more) are only for single occupants.
Tall folks, please be aware that the ceiling is on the low side.
Kitchenette includes: sink, mini fridge with freezer, microwave, coffee maker, blender, electric burners, plates, bowls, pots and pans, glasses, silverware, kitchen tools, etc.
**Towels and sheets are provided!**
Parking on our street is free and abundant!
Interior studio door connects with basement-level family room. You're also welcome to use the very cute front porch, and backyard with large deck and charcoal grill. Long term guests are welcome to use laundry.
Interaction with guests
I am happy to chat with you about the neighborhood, DC, transportation options, what to do, how to get there, etc. I see myself as a host rather than a hotelier.
I have an adorable and highly energetic dog. He loves to play in my fenced yard and he also loves people, so you will likely interact with him during your stay when you're entering or exiting the rental unit through our yard. As such, if you are going to stay here you should be comfortable around high-energy dogs.
Other things to note
I have an adorable and highly energetic young dog. He loves to play in my fenced yard and he also loves people, so you will likely interact with him during your stay when you're entering or exiting the rental unit through our yard. As such, if you are going to stay here you should be comfortable around high-energy dogs.
I want you to have fantastic stay! Please let me know right away if anything is amiss or if you have a suggestion to make the stay better.
Kindly adhere to the following house rules:
-Check in starts at 4:00 pm and check out is no later than 11:00 am. In the busy seasons (spring and fall) we generally cannot accommodate early check-ins or late check outs.
-Kindly ensure that you fully latch the fence gate when entering and exiting the yard so that the dog doesn't escape.
-No smoking allowed anywhere on the premises
-No lit candles or incense
-No guests unless previously arranged with host
-If you use any dishes during your stay, please wash them before you check out
-Kindly leave the unit how you found it by cleaning up after yourself (e.g. kindly throw away any food items from the fridge and any food spills, etc)
-For guests who stay longer than two weeks, please do a thorough cleaning upon departure, including: vacuuming, fridge clean up, dishes, and trash removal
Proud DC homesteader who carries my roots in Midwestern hospitality with me as a host and as a guest. I want my guests to have a fantastic stay, and a comfortable place to come home to at the end of each day.
I have travelled to 40 states and 16 countries and am hoping to add more countries to my list over the next few years. In all of my travels, the luxurious and the not-so-luxurious, I find it's all about the thoughtful, small touches that add up to make a stay really enjoyable.