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What makes this place great are the people, the outdoors, and the neighbourhood. My place is good for couples, solo guests, and families (with kids). Bedrooms are in progress. There is a bed and side table. Limited towels, sheets, pillows are provided.
It is located in a cul-de-sac with friendly neighbours. There is a bus available that takes you to St. Albert or Lewis Farms. It is near Anthony Henday and Yellowhead Trail. Rush hour traffic is not a concern.
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There are currently no photos of the walkout basement. There is a bedroom; living area with sofa and chaise; and full bathroom available.
Located in NW of Edmonton city limits in a new family-oriented community. Quiet, serene, and tucked away near Lois Hole Provincial Park Big Lake.
The house has an open space feel which makes it great for relaxation. It is situated in a great location to enjoying the outdoors without feeling too remote.
It has convenient access to St. Albert, Spruce Grove, and West Edmonton Mall and is easy to connect to other parts of Edmonton via Yellowhead Trail and Anthony Henday.
Accès des voyageurs
Guest access to the entire house other than the master bedroom and bathroom
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I am available to help you during your stay. Airbnb message, call or text me. Please advise reason for your stay for me to know the extent of interaction you are comfortable with.
The house is newly built and will have servicemen coming through to do touch-ups. Yard has no landscaping at this time as soil still needs to settle for grading.
Potential for other guests present during your stay. You may be sharing bathrooms.
Kitchen and living area are shared spaces.
Please be mindful of internet usage and utilities.
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Hi my name is Jennifer. I am from Edmonton, Alberta. I graduated from the University of Alberta and am now working as a oral health practitioner. I love to travel and meet new people. I think Airbnb is a great start to doing just that!
I have booked vacation rentals online and have used Airbnb for my stays previously. Through the use of Airbnb, I have met some great people and have enjoyed the experiences.
I recently moved into my brand new home and opened up my place to Fort McMurray evacuees during the fire. At the same time, I had inquiries from others and have decided to open up my home to other guests. Home furnishings are IN PROGRESS and is being updated daily.
Please tell me what you need to make your stay comfortable!
One thing I learnt about being a Canadian Airbnb guest and host: We recycle. Canadian bottle depots will take empty bottles and cans for some money in return. If there aren't any designated blue bins or bags, we are prone to leaving our bottles and cans somewhere (i.e. on your counter or next to your garbage bin) thinking that you may find it of value. :)