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Classic brick home over 100-years-old rumored to have been designed by a student of Frank Lloyd Wright; in fact, a genuine Wright home is just minutes away as are beach, CTA Red Line and express bus downtown. Located in the Rogers Park neighborhood on Chicago's north side, between Loyola University Chicago and Northwestern University in Evanston and with easy access to both. Walking distance to neighborhood coffee shops, Irish pub, and restaurants, including the iconic Heartland Cafe. Take in music or live theater or spend a pleasant evening on the deck or private balcony.
Room is airy, quiet and comfortable. A second bedroom may also be available, depending on circumstances.
Home is on a quiet, tree-lined street.
Free wifi and netflix. Free off-street parking for one car.
Wood burning fireplace in living room and separate TV room. You have access to backyard deck and house, including kitchen. I fix a pot of hardy coffee in the morning and you can join me for a light breakfast or fix your own with fresh fruit and foods provided.
I have a 5-year-old cat named Nico, shelves full of books and lots of information about the city to share.
Women and couples welcome. Individual men are welcome if there is another woman guest in the home at the same time. Maximum stay: One week.
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No smoking or drugs. No food in rooms. Beer and wine in moderation allowed.
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 24 hours of your trip and the first night is non-refundable.
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As a life-long Chicago resident, I know the city well and can tell you best places to visit, where to eat, what to do and how to get there.
As a professional writer and consultant -- and the mother of two young-adult daughters-- I am especially aware of and understand the challenges and rewards of women traveling alone. My favorite cities include: New York, Paris, Toronto, Florence and Venice. I think any mode of transit is good if it gets you to your destination reasonably on time.
As a host, my job is to make you comfortable. I can chat or be quiet, offer as many or as few suggestions as you like and listen to your travel stories or share a few of my own.