This spacious studio apartment is located in the former Swedish Congregational Church in historic Swedeville, a secluded hilly neighborhood built by Swedish immigrants in the 1800's. For years it housed Rick and Liza’s stained glass studio, which they have now lovingly and creatively transformed into a residence.
The rental is minutes from the interstate and one mile from downtown Brattleboro, but the neighborhood has a rural and somewhat European flavor to it.
Quiet time after 10 pm please.
Most of our guests check in between 5 and 8. We welcome you before or after that, but if you expect to arrive before 5 or after 8, please be sure to give us a heads-up so we can be here to greet you. Thanks!
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Your hosts Liza King and Rick Neumann are retired architectural stained glass artists and long time Brattleboro residents. They closed their studio a few years ago, and spent the next year making the former church into a beautiful, comfortable and functional living space (where we now reside). They have made a point to pay homage to the building's architectural details and its Swedish past. Rick and Liza love taking long walks, gardening, traveling and playing ping pong, among other things.
We love living in Brattleboro, a wonderful small town that is both cosmopolitan and a little funky, with a vibrant arts culture and surrounded by the natural beauty of the Connecticut River Valley and the Green Mountains. We look forward to hosting Airbnb guests.