Nestled in a quiet neighborhood, our charming 1946 Bungalow house will make you feel right at home in Portland.
It's under ten minutes (driving) from downtown Portland, 5 minute walking distance from parks and gyms, a natural food store, coffee shops, and restaurants, and within a half-mile of Portland's light rail, which which will bring you right downtown.
We live in the house, but often travel and rent it out to guests. We also accept guests in the basement studio when we're home.
The upstairs is a two-room, one-bath flat with a fully equipped kitchen, and comfortable living room with a cozy pellet stove, record player, and a farm table in the dining area. The upstairs master bedroom has a comfortable queen bed and plenty of shelf space. The second upstairs room is an office/guest room with a couch that converts to a bed and comfortably sleeps 1-2 people. That room has a television with HBO Go and Netflix, and a standing desk.
The finished basement studio has a bedroom "nook" with a queen bed, a full bathroom, an oversized couch that can be used as a bed, and a laundry room. The basement is also home to a large movie screen and a projector!
The back yard is large and private and great for bbqs and games. Guests are welcome to use the gas barbeque and fire pit. The front of the house has a driveway and easy street parking.
The whole house is a cozy place in the winter and a bright place with great outdoor space in the summer.
It is a real house, not a full-time rental, so when we don't have guests, we actually live here :) You'll find fun personal touches around the house, including our vinyl record and book collections.
If you're interested in renting just the upstairs or just the downstairs, get in touch and let us know.
Общение с гостями
We're almost always available by text (as long as we're not in the wilderness). If possible we'll meet you on arrival and show you around. If we're gone before you get here you'll have access to a lockbox with a code to retrieve the key.
Другие важные подробности
Check in and out should be decided with each guest!
Please treat our house as if it was your house. It's ok to have shoes in the house but if it's muddy we ask you to leave them at the door.
I'm in my 30s, live in Portland OR, enjoy eating, exploring, swimming, dancing, discussing, coffee, art, social innovation, and people. I grew up in rural California and have lived in Sydney, Budapest, Washington DC, Buenos Aires and Seattle before moving to Portland. I love cities, and I like towns, but I especially love the mountains. I work at Portland State University and can offer lots of good, off the beaten path Portland recommendations. If you're staying in my place, you'll notice it's a real home, where I live most of the time, and not a hotel or a temporary rental property. I hope you appreciate that as much as I do.