The Music House is a Victorian home -- one of the oldest in Greenville -- which has been meticulously preserved and decorated in period style. Located in "Uptown Greenville" walking distance to ECU and 5 minute drive to Vidant Health Center.
Unfortunately we do not allow pets.
Smoking is allowed only on the porch and never inside the house.
Children with well-behaved parents are welcomed!
Wireless internet is available!
Train and emergency vehicles can be heard at times inside the house.
Music is often heard in the house from 8 a.m. till 11 p.m.
PLEASE READ THE BREAKFAST MENU UNDER "OTHER THINGS TO NOTE" AND LET ME KNOW WHAT IF ANYTHING YOU WILL WANT.
THE LOCATION IS NORTH CAROLINA NOT SOUTH CAROLINA!!!!!!!!!
THERE IS NOT A TV AT THE MUSIC HOUSE!
THERE ARE NO COMPUTERS OR PRINTERS PROVIDED FOR GUESTS!
THERE ARE NO LAUNDRY FACILITIES PROVIDED FOR GUESTS!
คืนเงินเต็มจำนวน หากยกเลิกก่อนเวลาเช็คอินมากกว่า 24 ชั่วโมง ในกรณีที่ยกเลิกภายใน 24 ชั่วโมง จะขอเงินค่าที่พักคืนแรกคืนไม่ได้
เจ้าของที่พักรายนี้มี 89 ความคิดเห็นสำหรับที่พักอื่นดูรีวิวอื่น
John O’Brien came to Greenville and East Carolina University (ECU) in 1985. He is a Professor of piano at ECU and he also serves as organist and choirmaster at First Presbyterian Church in Kinston. Both of his parents are pianists and his three brothers are all string players. He grew up studying piano, violin, flute and harp and playing string quartets with his brothers. He was most privileged to study piano with his father from the age of five until graduating from high school. Dr. O’Brien is fortunate to have played for many famous (and not so famous, yet all wonderful) musicians in churches and concert halls all over the region and country. It is however his work in the community and in particular with the EasternYouth Orchestra (since 1986) that he values most of all. Interestingly the most famous musician he can claim association with today is a former EYO student--Pulitzer Prize winning composer Caroline Shaw.
"The Music House" hosts a concert series and numerous other community events. When John is not practicing, or performing or teaching music he is usually working on his house, his yard or most often hosting a group or individual.