À propos de ce logement
Centrally located in the North downtown Alta Vista neighborhood, our 1940s craftsman home has been fully updated but retains charming historic details. It is simply decorated with funky vintage art and furniture, perfect for a comfortable stay.
3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Master bedroom with king-size bed
On-suite master bathroom with double vanity and tub/shower
2 Guest bedrooms with queen-size beds
Hall bathroom with tub/shower
Open Concept floor plan
50” Flat screen TV with Cable
Gourmet kitchen open to living area with breakfast nook bar
Granite countertops & stainless steel appliances
Quality cookware & knives
Separate dining room with seating for 6
Full-size washer and dryer
Fenced yard good for pets or children - additional $25 per pet cleaning fee
Central heat & A/C
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We offer a keyless, instant check-in. You pick a four-digit entry code, and it is activated at your check-in time. When you arrive, you simply punch your code into the lock on the front door, and you're in. We do not live at this location, so your stay will be completely private. If you have any trouble, we are available by phone, and will send the appropriate personnel out to handle any problems that might arise.
The nightly rate includes hotel occupancy tax:
9% City of San Antonio
1.75% Bexar county
6% State of Texas
The cleaning fee and airbnb fees are added to the nightly total and shown to you when you choose your dates, before booking.
Accessibility: This property may not be best for someone with limited mobility. The home has several steps at both front and back entrances. There are a few steps from the kitchen into the back of the house which holds the 3rd bedroom and the utility room. Both bathrooms have tub/shower combinations which require the user to step into and may be slippery when wet. Also, the sofa is very low to the ground, and may be difficult to stand up from. If you have limited mobility, please consider our other home, which may meet your needs: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/1026427
Please don’t smoke inside. You are welcome to smoke on the front porch or in the back yard.
Early check-in and/or late check-out may be available, if you desire either please request them prior to your stay.
We are pet-friendly, however there will be a $25 per pet cleaning fee.
- Please load and start the dishwasher with any dirty dishes. The cleaning crew can unload it later.
- Please empty fridge and pantry of any perishable groceries.
- Please leave all used towels and bedding on the floor, so the cleaning crew doesn't miss anything that needs to be washed.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral. En cas d'annulation au cours des 5 jours précédant le voyage, la première nuit est non remboursable, mais vous recevrez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % du coût des nuits restantes.
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My wife and I met while attending Trinity University, where we fell in love with the diverse and historic neighborhoods a couple of miles north of downtown San Antonio. We moved away for graduate school, jobs and family, but we have enjoyed visiting our college friends and old haunts in the years following our graduation in 2005.
A couple of years ago we decided to invest in a vacation home so we could spend more time in our favorite place. We love mid century modern design and architecture, so we chose a little brick house built in 1946 with elements of a modern ranch home mixed with the traditional craftsman look so common in our "Almost Park" neighborhood. We spent more than a year carefully restoring the property - keeping the character of the home, but fully modernizing the kitchen and master bathroom.
We furnished our little house with retro modern art, textiles, and furniture that we carefully collected from antique stores and estate sales. The Heywood Wakefield dining set came painted avocado green, and we painstakingly restored all 6 pieces over several months.
Our home is designed to be functional, comfortable, private and pleasing to the eye, but as with all old houses, our list of improvements seems never-ending. In the coming months we will work on landscaping, providing a laundry room and doing paint touch-ups. And because this is our first foray into the hospitality industry, we hope to learn how to meet the expectations of a wide range of people.