Delightful tiny house with loft in Maxwell Park


Tiny house hosted by Brandy “Andi”

2 guests, 1 bedroom, 2 beds, 1 bath
Entire home
You’ll have the tiny house to yourself.
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Our tiny house is a private oasis in the quaint Maxwell Park area in Oakland. Peaceful sleeps await you in the sleeping loft nestled in the trees.
This is a true tiny house experience not just a small house. You'll climb a 7 ft ladder to the loft. The loft height is under 5 ft. Our home is about 25 ft from your space. While you are here, we will give you full access to the yard, should you want to bbq or have a bonfire. If you want the company of dogs, they'll be delighted. All are welcome!

The space
This is a private house situated in our lovely backyard. Enter the gate alongside our main house. Walk 25 yards to your tiny house. Note: the loft space requires a 7 foot ladder climb.
Downstairs you will find:
Sitting area- West Elm love seat/pull out twin bed and one chair. There is a desk available upon request.
Kitchenette- mini fridge/freezer and microwave.
Bathroom- sink, toilet, roomy shower
Loft- 4'7 at it's highest point. Queen size bed with plenty of room for your backpack or suitcase.
Air conditioner and heater unit with remote.
Guests have full access to the sun deck right outside the tiny house.
Gas barbecue available for use without asking.

What this place offers

Free parking on premises
Air conditioning
Private backyard – Fully fenced
Hair dryer
Fire pit
Dedicated workspace: desk
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm


Getting inside

Well-lit path to entrance
Wide entrance for guests


Step-free entrance to the room
Wide entrance

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Where you’ll be

Oakland, California, United States

We are located less than a mile from Mills College and next to the Laurel District. It’s an “old school” neighborhood that is a mixture of urban and quaint. There are a couple of independent coffee shops and a few breweries in the Laurel to grab a tasty treat and a cold brew. Less than a 10 minute drive gets you to the Dimond District, where you can find a large grocery store, Farmer Joe’s, and several restaurants. Also within 10 minutes is access to several beautiful hikes such as Leona Canyon. An absolute “must do” is the walk around Lake Merritt. Bring a pizza from The Star on Grand, have a beautiful picnic and see for yourself why Oaklanders are fiercely proud of their city.

According to RedOak Realty, "Maxwell Park is a quiet, friendly neighborhood of small winding streets nestled in the leafy Oakland foothills above High Street and west of Mills College. Cited by the San Francisco Chronicle as a place where home values recently doubled nearly overnight at the height of the real estate boom, Maxwell Park's real estate continues to be a popular place to live the bucolic bungalow lifestyle.

Maxwell Park, originated by namesake and developer John P. Maxwell, began to grow in the early 1920s. The '30s and '40s saw a majority of development, with a leaning toward modest 2-3 bedroom residences in various styles including Spanish, English Tudor and traditional homes. Many of the Craftsman bungalows boast the similar charming details of homes found in Oakland, Berkeley and Albany.

The neighborhood uniquely benefits from its proximity to the adjacent 135 wooded acres of Mills College. This historic women's college established in 1852 is not just picturesque, it offers many cultural opportunities to the public including concerts and art exhibitions. In keeping with its initial mission of training teachers, the Mills campus also contains a children's school, preschool, and summer camp. Although a private institution, admission is open to the public.

Maxwell Park is roughly bordered by Interstate 580 on the east, Brookdale Avenue to the west, Monticello to the north and 55th Avenue to the south. Residents here can do their shopping in nearby Laurel District, San Leandro, Montclair or the Grand Lake area."

Hosted by Brandy “Andi”

Joined in June 2015
  • 4 Reviews
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I'm a second grade teacher and in the summer I love to travel with my partner, kids and our dogs Cooper and Jax.


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During your stay

We are available by text, email or phone. Most likely we will be on site in our house but you will have full privacy in the backyard.
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  • Response time: within an hour
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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 3:00 pm
Checkout: 11:00 am
Self check-in with keypad
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

Health & safety

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Smoke alarm

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