Charming home in the heart of Lower Greenville. Private bedroom has tons of natural light as well as a private bath off the hallway. Close to Downtown, Uptown, White Rock Lake, Katy Trail, Granada Theater and countless popular eateries & drinkeries.
3 bedroom / 2 bathroom 1922 bungalow with spacious indoor/outdoor living areas and loads of charm. Your bedroom has one queen bed with ample dresser and closet storage for all your clothes. Also equipped with a full body mirror, vanity and stool. The room gets tons of natural light (plus curtains if you plan to sleep in). Located near White Rock Lake and Katy Trail, walking distance to numerous fun restaurant/bar joints and boutiques and just a short 10 minute drive to Deep Ellum, Downtown and Uptown.
When we are home and not traveling, the living area, dining area, kitchen and laundry facilities will be shared with your host(s). Hallway bathroom is generally private unless the other bedroom is booked at the same time by another guest (rarely happens)
My boyfriend and I work a rotational schedule on a drill ship in the Gulf of Mexico so we may not be home to meet you. When we're home our schedule is always up in the air so there isn't really a specific time frame that we're in/out of the house. However, we're both respectful hosts and want to make sure our guests aren't disturbed and remain as comfortable as possible! We will be there to chat with if you have questions about the area but will also respect your privacy. We have one cat who is a bit skittish but an overall sweetie. She is de-clawed and spayed. We are easygoing, love our neighborhood and are excited to share it with you!
Hi! I'm a Rig Administrator on an offshore drill ship in the Gulf of Mexico so I work a 3-week rotational schedule where I live half of my days chained to a boat, and the other half free to roam the world! When I'm home I enjoy cooking, biking/running around White Rock Lake and Katy Trail, yoga, relaxing with friends and family, and exploring Dallas. I live to travel and try to go to at least one new country every year, but I'm blessed to call Texas home!