Room (w private 1/2 bath) available for single person in our 1930 brick cape. Space is clean, warm and vibrant w/ cook's kitchen; washer/dryer and yard for sipping morning coffee. Hostess is 40 year old social worker with a 2 kids (2 and 7).
Near baxter woods; yoga studio; specialty food market; coffee shop; UNE; hospital and bus line (Stevens Ave; Woodford St.) / an easy bike ride to town
*shower/bath is shared by family
Frills include: charming patio & fenced in yard, wood burning fireplace, A/C, gas cookstove, ROKU (NETFLIX), espresso maker, gas grill, bicycles & lawn games (upon request), athletic field access & tennis court (directly across street) . For the under-10yr olds, we provide some super fun toys (teepee, puppet theater, scooter, easel & more)
Amazing launching point for day trips:
Kettle Cove Beach; Crescent Beach (State Park); Peak's Island; Sebago Lake State Park; Outlet Beach (Sabbath Pond); Sabbath Day Lake Shaker VIllage; Old Orchard Beach/ Boardwalk; Gray Animal Farm; Freeport/Kittery outlet shopping (LL Bean); Boothbay Botanical Garden; Audobon Society (Falmouth), Macworth Island; Thompson's Orchard (Apples in New Gloucester); Wolf Neck Farm (Freeport), Arundel Fleamarkets; SpindleWorks Art Studio (Brunswick); Red's Lobster Roll (Wiscassett)
We are a phone call away with tips to make your stay more comfortable.
Please note: We live in this house. The bureaus, closets & medicine cabinet contain our personal items. The house is spic & span for guests but it feels like a home not a hotel. We have a designated closet for guests and guests may use laundry in basement. Otherwise closets, attic, basement & garage are not for guests to enjoy. Garage can be made available upon special request.
Please no smoking or animals in house. You may smoke in the backyard.
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We are a family who loves to travel. We want you to enjoy visiting Portland. Our house is warm and loaded with character. As we have 2 kids, it is well suited to a family. I work as a clinical social worker. We are happy to provide tips on the area's beaches, concerts, flea markets, eateries, bookstores, farmer's markets and art venues. After 5 years in the area we continue to happen into new adventures and find ourselves in awe of this place in which we live.