Cute 3 bedroom house built in the 1930's. It has a historic appeal. Great space for hikers and backpackers who need a bed and a shower for the night. Walking distance to Oldtown and the bar scene. I live in the house with my pup so we will meet. Keep in mind that I live here so the house will look lived in. There is street parking. Fenced in yard. City Creek trail system is great for hiking and biking. Full size bed.
Extra guests: queen size air mattress. It is $5 extra over 2 guests.
Three bedroom house, one guest room is furnished with a full size day bed. All appliances and furniture are brand new. Guests can use the livingroom, kitchen, and bathroom. There is a TV with Amazon Fire in the room and one in the living room with Amazon Fire.
My dog is friendly but his toys are usually scattered around. Otherwise the house is clean and tidy.
There is a couple that lives in the two bedroom basement apartment. They are usually quiet but you can sometimes hear their tv.
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I'm easy to get a hold of. I live in the house so we will most likely interact. I love meeting new people and enjoy traveling a great deal myself. If my schedule permits I would love to show you around.
If you like your own space that can be arranged too. The room is private and your own space while you are here.
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There are tenants in the basement apartment. They are usually quiet but occasionally you can hear them through the vent system.
You are welcome to use anything in the kitchen but please clean up after yourself.
Please keep the bathroom door shut at all times. Bay likes to go in there and unroll with toilet paper.
Do not leave any food in your room. Please store it all in the kitchen. There is plenty of cabinet and fridge space for you.
I am a frequent traveler and love exploring new places. I am a marine biologist and have been currently moving from ship to ship teaching students about their environment. I am currently working at Zoo Idaho. I have lived in many places in the US and abroad teaching marine biology.
My current interests are skiing, hiking, climbing, scuba, biking, reading, and generally having fun any way I can. I'm pretty easy going and have lived in a variety of different environments from aboard ships, to huts, to actual houses. I am interested in learning about new cultures and like to try new things.
I hope to meet many wonderful people in my travels with airbnb! Cheers!