The carriage house is nestled behind our 100 year old Craftsman home. It has been completely remodeled (spring 2016) into a fully furnished cottage with everything you'll need for a private getaway in the midst of our thriving city.
The main floor is full of natural light and offers a full kitchen with dining table, bathroom, and living area. Upstairs is a bedroom with queen bed, plenty of storage for your clothes, and a chair by the window to sit and read. You'll have free street parking right outside, and a private flagstone patio area where you can sit and enjoy a beverage at the end of your day.
Accès des voyageurs
You will have the whole carriage house to yourself, and a private patio as well.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We will be available to greet you and answer any questions you might have throughout your stay. We love meeting new people and introducing visitors to our neighborhood and our city!
We live in the main house, located on the same property.
We welcome all races, ethnicities, religions, sexual orientations and gender identities.
City of Portland Accessory Short Term Rental Type A Permit
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We are a smoke-free, vape-free property, inside and outside of the carriage house. We do not allow pets. Please be mindful of our neighbors and your noise level if you are using the patio in the evenings.
Sarah is a Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice. She enjoys cooking and baking for family and friends, traveling to new places, running, hiking, lindy hopping, and having new experiences with her family.
Jonathan is a freelance illustrator and author; he works in the comics industry and writes and illustrates graphic novels. Jonathan loves the ocean and all creatures that live in it, but especially cephalopods. His favorite things include sushi, peaty scotch, Ingmar Bergman films, adventuring in his kayak, and sleeping in hammocks.
Jonathan and Sarah and their girls live in Portland in their 100 year old Craftsman home, and enjoy walking and biking around their neighborhood and exploring Portland's great restaurants.