About this listing
Large room, finished in knotty pine, entire upstairs of house. It has 2 single beds, writing desk, and ample closet space. Plenty of floor space for yoga. The shared bathroom is down a steep flight of stairs. A clock/radio is provided.
Private upper loft in 1920's bungalow. Two twin beds, nice firm mattresses, can accommodate two adults. Steep stairs lead to room which does NOT have air conditioning. Fans cool the space in summer, and a space heater is available in the cooler months. Shared bathroom is downstairs.
Guests will have access to their private room, the shared bathroom (shared with host as well as possibly one other guest), living room, dining room, kitchen, deck, and back yard. If guests choose to cook while in the home, they will have access to all available cookware. The refrigerator is shared by all.
Interaction with guests
Host is available to help with suggestions of places to eat and visit in the area.
Other things to note
Parking is available on the street in front of the house.
Smoking is allowed outside. Please be respectful of other guests in my home. No drugs or alcohol. Permission must be obtained from host prior to having any visitors. Care must be given not to allow my cat outside. He must remain inside at all times. This is a quiet home, loud noise or music is not allowed.
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I am very outgoing and love meeting new people and starting up conversations with strangers. I also love my alone time and enjoy being in my home. I love garage sales and always say that I can smell one a mile away : ) I'm feeling my age these days and can't do as much physically as I'd like to, but it just helps me to stop and notice things I would have missed if I was moving faster.
I really enjoy children, though I have none of my own. Periodically, I care for some lovely girls who are children of some friends of mine. It gives me a chance to be silly, play games and try my hand at making paper airplanes.
I grew up in Michigan but will always consider Minneapolis my home town. While in Michigan, I lived on a farm with my family and attended Western Michigan University. I have a degree in social work and psychology, which explains some of my interest in other people.
I have lived in my home for 20 years and feel firmly planted here. I enjoy working in the yard and doing projects around the house. I like to crochet and a few other crafts.