Clean. Safe. Comfortable.
This private bed and bath are quite possibly the greatest value in Albuquerque! Within 25 minutes of most everything to do in town. The house and neighborhood are immaculate and tranquil.
Your accommodations are conveniently located on the ground level of our two-story home, right near the entry door for easy ingress/egress. The room features a fridge and freezer, a desk/workstation, a smart TV, and queen-sized Doctor's Choice mattress.
For extended stays, the kitchen has plenty of space for whipping together recipes using numerous modern gadgets and appliances. The newly renovated back patio features more than 700 square feet of space for relaxing, dining, reading, jumping on the trampoline and playing ping pong!
The entry door has an electronic lock with a unique 4-digit PIN, allowing you 24-hour access, so there are never any keys to worry about! You will have access to all areas of the house downstairs including the kitchen, dining room, and back yard.
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Your accommodations are the only living quarters on the ground story, so they are somewhat secluded from the rest of the house.
There are 3 bedrooms upstairs occupied by Jack (host) and Enoch (co-host). We are brothers and are family-friendly and sometimes have children in the house, especially during the summer months.
Street parking only
Chances are that we will not be available much to interact in person. However, when we are, interactions are at your discretion. We are unimposing and discreet but still enjoy engaging in pragmatic discussions on everything from the weather to politics and religion.
I enjoy providing an affordable quality service to travelers and developing meaningful relationships with my guests, no matter how temporary. I am a versatile and socially discerning host, have a calm demeanor, and enjoy interacting with my guests at their leisure.
I have been working as a forest scientist with the federal government since 2007. I love what I do, but hate who I do it for. At best, the past 10 years have been a convenient distraction from what brings me true joy; improving the lives of young people, especially orphans and children who have been abused and neglected. I would like to be able to save enough money in order to retire from federal service by the year 2027, at which point I hope to work full-time to alleviate the suffering of children.
I was abandoned by my mother at the age of 5 years and spent the rest of my younger years in foster care. These were incredibly difficult times. Suffice it to say that I suffered abuses of every variety and caliber during what should have been the springtime of my life. Consequently, in the absence of family and reliable mentors, I experienced a few brief periods of homelessness in my late teens and early twenties. Fortunately, I have mostly learned from these experiences and I place my trust in God to make beauty from the ashes.