I have a comfortable and spacious three bedroom house available for short term stays. Local laws allow me to rent any two of these three bedrooms at a time, to a maximum of five guests. I'm very near a beautiful park, a nice grocery store, Max train (for quick trips downtown, or to PDX), and not far from larger business districts. Strong wifi, a well equipped kitchen, safe easy parking, and breakfast foods are included.
The house is a classic 1920's bungalow with elegant hardwoods throughout, plenty of built-in storage, your own designated and reliable wifi network, a wood-burning fireplace, back yard with a multi-variety bamboo hedge for added privacy, a well equipped, foodie-friendly kitchen, dishwasher, updated bathroom, a long driveway for off-street parking, and a covered back patio dining space with access to a large BBQ.
The upstairs is a quiet area, nicely insulated from downstairs sounds. There are two upstairs bedrooms plus two exterior closets. The west guest room is recently furnished with a firm queen-sized bed and nightstands on each side. The east guest room is furnished with a desk and chair, floor lamp, oodles of empty built-in shelving and drawers for storage as well as a futon couch which folds out into a full / double-sized bed and is topped with a new memory foam pad for added comfort. The master bedroom is on the main floor, has built-in closets, a queen-sized bed, and is conveniently situated right next to the bathroom.
Usually people prefer choosing the main floor bedroom plus the west bedroom upstairs, because those two have queen sized beds. I can easily set up a comfortable single cot or two in either one of those bedrooms, in the event that more than two beds are needed.
Included on each morning of your stay is a self-serve breakfast. Before you arrive I'll typically stock the kitchen with fresh organic apples and bananas, plus pears, plums mandarins or kiwis, depending on season, an assortment of cold cereals (also mostly organic or natural brands), milk or non-dairy milk by request, eggs, English muffins, organic freshly roasted and ground coffee, and a variety of teas (green, black, & herbal).
Guests traveling on business or in Portland for a wedding or other formal events will be glad to know that you'll have access to an iron, ironing board, hair dryer, and two full length mirrors.
I have lived in this house for fifteen years, and feel that I know the neighborhood and Portland in general quite well. Please let me know if I can answer any questions for you to help make your visit a grand one. Thanks for your interest in my bungalow.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests will have access to the driveway, the front and back yards, porch and patio, and the entire house, except for a couple of locked closets and the basement. Access to laundry facilities in the basement can be pre-arranged as needed.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I am generally easy to reach by phone or text between 10 AM and 10 PM on any given day.
This is my home and is not a place for hard partying. While prohibition is certainly not in effect here, and light revelry is welcome, anyone who is looking for a place to hole up and get super drunk and / or high is asked to look elsewhere. Damages caused by carelessly inebriated guests will be addressed via the security deposit, and will be reflected clearly in my airbnb review, but let's avoid all of that from the get go. Thanks in advance for your understanding, and for your honesty with intentions when requesting a reservation here.
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At this point in time the house is not set up to accommodate any pets or rambunctious children. Immobile infants are just fine but please let me know the total number of people coming.
I have a strict policy against candles or indoor smoking of any kind. Smoking on the front porch or back patio is fine and i do have an outdoor ashtray.
I aim to keep the house a shoe-free zone. Please bring some comfortable slippers for your stay. This is my preference, especially in the wet season, but is not a deal-breaker for me should you require shoes for back support or something of that nature. Most of the floors are hardwoods so if a person does need to use shoes i ask that the soles be metal-free (no steel-toed boots, spiked heels, etc) and that in any case wet shoes be left at the door. Thanks for working with me on this. I think you'll find an added benefit in that the house stays cleaner for you to enjoy during your stay.
Please be sure to lock up all first floor windows and doors whenever you leave the house.
When leaving for the day during the colder season please try to remember to turn the heat off, or at least scroll the temperature down to around 60 - 62 degrees. Thanks!!
Feel free to leave the front porch light on the whole time you're here. It has an energy-saving function and only powers on when it's dark out.
Unless previously arranged with me people outside of the reservation count are not allowed inside of the house.
My cleaning fee is not exorbitant so please be kind and leave the place in similar condition to the way you found it. Don't worry about emptying trash or taking linens off the beds when you go, I'll take care of that, but it would be great if you could clean up spills or messes as they happen, and please wash all surfaces of any kitchenware used with hot soapy water. Thank you.
Enjoy your time here!
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I am a small business owner, native Oregonian and have been living in Portland for the past 15 years. A few of my favorite things are music, cooking, motorcycling, world travel, and film-making. I've explored high and low in my years of Portland living and am happy to share my insight on all that Portland has to offer. I am a fairly clean, respectful, kind, easy-going and fun-loving person and am hoping you are as well. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you for considering my listing.