Family-friendly, first floor apt. in a classic Boston triple-decker. Open floor plan, original 1920's woodwork, accessible to public transportation, parks/playgrounds, restaurants and just a quick (20-30min) subway ride downtown.
We love our home and hope you do too! Our apartment is on the first floor of a classic Boston triple-decker. Original 1920's woodwork and a renovated, open floor plan make the space both unique and comfortable. Cook in our well appointed kitchen and enjoy your morning coffee on the back porch. Two bedrooms have double beds; the third has a crib and couch. The living room couch is also comfortable for sleeping and we have an air mattress that you are welcome to use. Small children will enjoy our infant daughter's books and toys.
Zugang für Gäste
Guests have access to the whole apartment as well as a back porch and patio with a grill. During the gardening season, enjoy fresh tomatoes and herbs from our raised beds in the side yard.
Interaktion mit Gästen
We only rent when we are away on vacation. We will be easily reachable by text, email and phone before and during your visit.
Weitere wichtige Infos
There is a stray cat who eats on our back porch (the neighbors feed him). He is skittish and won't bother you. Do not let him in the apartment.
Respect our neighbors. Do not park in their driveway spots.
Take good care of our space.
No parties, please.
The neighborhood is safe but as a general precaution since we do live in a city, keep all windows and doors locked when you are outside of the house.
Born and raised in Western Mass, I've been living in Boston for the last 15 years. I love to travel and have AirBnB'd and couchsurfed around the US, Europe and Latin America. Staying in people's homes is hands down the best way to travel -- way more interesting and creative than hotels. My husband, Dan, and I now live in Dorchester, Boston's largest neighborhood, and recently welcomed a baby girl into our family. I love to garden, cook and travel. When we don't have the time or budget to travel abroad, we also enjoy more local adventures like a ferry ride out to the Boston Harbor Islands or hike in the Blue Hills.