Historic Cabbagetown with a modern twist. Kick back on the porch swing, soak in the hot-tub, tinkle the ivories on the baby grand, or walk around the corner for dinner and drinks on the famous Carroll Street. 2BD/2B (+3rd loft bed area) sleeps 6!
The “Cabbagehouse” is much like Cabbagetown - lovely and traditional, with a positive, creative energy. As a bonus, the house was completely rebuilt in 2004, and is clean, tidy and feels brand new.
The great room features a grand piano - among other musical instruments - an open kitchen and dining area, a fully stocked bar, and a spiral staircase leading to a cozy loft (third) bedroom. Downstairs, you’ll find a master bedroom and ensuite (with a large walk-in closet), and the second bedroom and bathroom. The house has a laundry room and closet - which you’re welcome to use. Outside, we have a front porch with chains and a porch swing. Out back, we have a patio with a table and chairs, a hot tub (virtually brand new, with color changing lights and an inbuilt sound system) that you are welcome to use. The house also has a driveway that can fit two-three cars.
Accès des voyageurs
Everything in the house, garden and deck - except for a locked closed in the second bedroom. This is my primary residence, so please treat it as you would your own home.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I don’t stay on the property when guests are in town. You’ll have total privacy and I’m a phone call away to provide local recommendations or help when you need it. I always try and greet guests at the house, when I’m in town and they’re interested. I’m on AirBnB because I love hosting and meeting new people, so sharing local knowledge is never an imposition!
The house has an HD television in the loft area. The TV has a Chromecast - simple to use and with detailed instructions printed, just in case. You can easily watch Netflix, Hulu, HBO Go, or any other shows/movies you access from your laptop or a chromecast-enabled app on your phone. Also, we rely on ice trays, rather than an ice machine (it isn't working at the moment, sorry!). We have ice trays and they’ll be ready to go, when you arrive.
I also recently installed a 6-stage, reverse osmosis, alkaline-up water filtration system in the kitchen! There is a separate tap for incredibly pure and great tasting water. It's a game changer!!
Please message me by pressing "contact host" if you’re interested in a one night rental. They are more difficult to accommodate, but occasionally I can make it work. If I can, one night rates are typically between $200 and $400 + Cleaning Fee + Airbnb Fees depending on the season, night of the week and number of guests!
Finally, (and it KILLS me to have to even write this), but there is a $250 emergency cleaning fee if the hot tub is left in a mess and needs professional cleaning/reset. I am meticulous about making sure that the hot tub is crystal clear when you arrive, and provide clear instructions (and am always available by phone for any questions or to help out!!). Getting someone out to clean and the water/chemicals to reset everything is really expensive if there are things like drinks being spilled or other activity that damages the water to the extent that the water needs to be replaced & the tub cleaned. Thanks in advance for taking care of it so other guests can continue to use it!
The house and neighborhood are not suitable for parties of any sort. This is my primary residence, and the neighborhood is a close, porch culture where everyone knows everyone.
Please don't leave any drinks on the piano, and absolutely no smoking inside the house.
Unfortunately, no pets at this time either.
Host must be notified before additional guests not on the registration stay overnight at the house (additional charges may apply)
Also, please park in the driveway at all times to make space for neighbors - there is limited street parking and we are lucky to have one of the only houses on the street that has off street parking.
Please leave the house as you find it!
Brit living in Atlanta and passionate about the city I've called home for the last 9 years. I'm one of the co-founders of an entrepreneurship / experiential learning high school and serve on a couple of non profit boards. I travel as much as possible (the weirder the experience, the better) and live to meet new people and make new friends!