Beautiful and cozy bedroom of a three-bedroom home. 4 blocks walk to beautiful Grant Park, Zoo Atlanta, restaurants, and 3 miles to Midtown. Lovely nbhd! Private full bathroom inside the room and a queen-sized comfy futon!
Parking is in the driveway or on the street. There's a bus stop 2 blocks away.
There is a relay Bike Share at the corner of Cherokee Ave and Bass Street .6 miles away. The King Memorial MARTA Station is a mile away (20 minute walk). The future Beltline is a quarter mile away. You'll be super convenient to nearby neighborhoods including Inman Park, Little Five Points, Virginia Highlands, Candler Park, Cabbagetown, East Atlanta Village, Sweet Auburn and Downtown. Midtown is less that 3 miles away. Access to the two major highways (I-75/85 and I-20) are half a mile away.
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My description... I'm from Atlanta,Georgia and have lived all over the world including Hawai'i, New York, Micronesia, France and most recently, Thailand. After running art galleries and a small international school, I am now with a large nonprofit. We do trauma treatment and residential treatment services for homeless and troubled youth and families.
I am a peaceful, life-loving person, very close with my family. I love music and playing old records, discussing art and life and love, dancing to roots reggae and cooking dinner in the evenings. I focus on a lifestyle of health, simplicity and peace.
My travel style is low-key casual, usually camping if I'm not airbnb'ing it. I love hiking through dense jungle or walking down mountain roads, swimming under waterfalls, visiting local farmers markets to see what's fresh and local, grilling out along with some good conversation and generally learning about the society and communities around me, or the nature surrounding me. I have a super-sweet dog, Healer, who loves to do everything I do, perhaps more! After a life of traveling in exotic locales, I am currently re-falling in love with my backyard turf, the North Georgia Mountains, and the Southeast in general, and hoping to travel more across the U.S., and into Central and South America. I hope to run into you!