You'll be amazed the minute you walk in the door. The Geyer House features a mid century modern vibe...with a fun atomic age twist. Our home is located in the historic Soulard neighborhood, and is just minutes from downtown St. Louis. This single level townhouse features two bedrooms, one and a half baths, and an open concept living, dining, and kitchen area. It's also walking distance to numerous restaurants, bars and other attractions. We hope you'll be our guest.
Spire, our gas company has been working for the past several months throughout the St. Louis area replacing lines. They are currently working on our street so parking could be limited.
Our golden rule is please treat the place like it's your own and kindly leave it the way you found it.
I visited four Airbnb properties before sharing my home and quickly determined what I liked and what I didn't like so much. I have had a number of careers in my life and working in the hospitality industry has been one of my favorites. It kind of gets in your blood so I enjoy the opportunity to work in the business again on a part time basis with Airbnb. My hosting style is simple, "surprise and delight" and then give your guests space. That's how I like to be treated when I travel. Having traveled around the world working in the cruise line industry, I feel like I have a good sense of what other cities have to offer. That's why I'm so passionate about St. Louis because it's such a gem. The opportunities here for affordable entertainment, dining, and home life are numerous. It's great to be a part of a resurgence for so many south city neighborhoods with all of their historic homes. This city was larger than Chicago in the early 1900's and so much of that architecture is still here. When you choose to stay in south city not only do you get a great location that is close to most everything you'd want to do here but you also help with the ongoing investment needed here. A quick tour of some of our neighborhoods here where money for re-development began to flow in the 80's will show you just how successful that can be. I'm also hosting back home in Sainte Genevieive County which to many is wine country. The city of Sainte Genevieve has much to offer with it's place in history in the birth of our nation. Much of the French architecture is intact so as a result it's destined to become a part of our National Park system, with lawmakers approval. Born in 1735 it is the oldest settlement west of the Mississipi River. Hope you'll come and visit me in both cities. I look forward to the opportunity of being your host.