Enjoy this quiet, comfortable, and beautiful apartment convenient to the T, restaurants, and Jamaica Plain. This 3rd floor living space is great for grandparents and siblings with small kids visiting their families in JP and Roslindale. Parking may be made available upon request, depending on our schedules.
Separated third floor of a two-unit building (renters on first and second floors). King-sized memory foam bed in tranquil bedroom. Queen futon in common space. Second bedroom across hallway with full-sized memory foam bed. Small kitchenette area and two-seat table in hallway. See the floor plan in photos for the layout.
Note: there is no full kitchen in this space. There is a small fridge, microwave, toaster oven, toaster, teapot and coffee maker.
Interaktion mit Gästen
We usually have little to no interaction with guests, unless there's an issue.
Weitere wichtige Infos
Again, no full kitchen. No television.
- You agree to lock the main front door to the building every time you enter and exit the building.
- You agree to remove your shoes at the door of the suite.
- You agree to wash any dishes you use during your stay (there's soap, a sponge, and a rack in the hallway closet next to the bathroom door).
- In the winter, you agree keep both thermostats to 'heat' mode and set no higher than 70 (preferably 68). Leave the heat at 60 when you depart. In the summer, you agree to keep both thermostats set to 'cool' mode and set no lower than 75, and reset the AC to 82 when you depart.
- You agree to not come and go late at night (after 11pm on weekday nights, or after 1am on weekends)
- You agree to the quiet hours which are 10pm - 7am). (This mostly is affected by loud music, stomping on stairwell, children, and heavy walking around unit).
- You agree to no partying in the suite (this includes but is not limited to doing shots, excessive drinking, loud music, smoking or drug use of any kind).
In the bedroom there is a circuit breaker that controls some rooms on the second floor. There is a very rare chance that the property manager would need to enter your apartment to reset a tripped circuit. You'd be given notice if this happens.
My husband and I moved to Boston from San Francisco in 2011. We bought a 2-unit fixer upper and have been pouring our hearts and wallets into it (and are thrilled it's finally ready to share with you)! Andy is a professor at Northeastern, and I own a leadership coaching and consulting company. We've been married for five years and have a 2-year old daughter. We are active, love good food and deep friendships.