Share light-filled historic house, garden, fireplace. Quiet and convenient - top value! New heating and AC unit. Within 2 blocks to bus stop, bike path, grocery, pharmacy, eateries. Downtown 1.5 mi, University 2.7 mi, free parking. Monthly / long-term tenants preferred.
We love welcoming newcomers to town!
One or two individuals could enjoy sharing our 1750 sf furnished 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath house with tall ceilings, architectural moldings, and stained glass. Light-filled rooms help houseplants and residents flourish. French doors open to patio and garden, living room has a fireplace. Retreat up the spiral staircase to your bedroom and sitting room with stained glass windows and beadboard ceiling. The eastern sun comes in through your private balcony and entrance.
Enjoy the generous living, dining room, kitchen, downstairs bathrooms and garden shed Experience a parade of flowers and a productive grapevine. We have plenty of kitchenware, furnishings, tools, and storage space to share.
Interaction with guests
You would be sharing the lower floor with us, a middle-aged landlord couple. You would be independent but we welcome you to enjoy companionship for coffee or an occasional meal.
We enjoy hosting those who are new to Eugene and those who are relocating to the area. Talking about the Oregon travel highlights, local hidden treasures and culinary delights gets us excited about where we live.
Other things to note
We have a space for your own garden and lots of tools to share. We have storage space in our workshop attic for items not used frequently.
We welcome individuals of all backgrounds and cultures who treat others respectfully. We would appreciate if you could keep the house neat. No smoking, no drugs, no pets.
We appreciate quiet, clean guests who have consideration for others. You can read our books and enjoy using our belongings. Just return them or replace things that are broken.
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I'm an architecture professor interested in how designers think and how students learn. I've focused on how digital methods can open up creative possibilities, facilitate collaborations and improve decision-making. I like sharing what I love about design, University of Oregon, Portland and Eugene. I greatly enjoy travel and getting to know thoughtful people who share my interests (arts, bicycling, cooking, fiction). American-born, I've lived in Hong Kong, Rome, Melbourne, Shanghai and love to travel.