Turn of century bungalow in historic, hip East Nashville. City park out back. Walk to shops/eateries/music venues. Downtown honky-tonks 19 blocks away. Main bedroom sleeps 3, the other 2. Comfortable, quiet. Check in after 3, check out before 10.
1920 historic bungalow backs up to city park with 9 mile greenway along river, 19 blocks from downtown (bus stop 3 doors away), walking distance to hip East Nashville neighborhood eateries/clubs/shops and 1 block to golf course and tennis court. New Nashville Ordinance allows only 1 ABB room rented at a given time but we do have friends and relatives visit throughout the year. Ask if it matters whether you are in the tan room downstairs (Rm 2 in photos) or the green room upstairs (Rm 1). Both have a real single bed and a fold-down futon double bed. All mattresses were new as of April 2014. Bathroom may be shared. 1 cat and 1 dog inside house but they are not allowed in guest rooms. Youngest daughter (23) with small dog living in home until Spring, 2016. Nashville Ordinance does not allow preparation or serving of food to overnight guests but let us know if you are a coffee/tea drinker.
Zugang für Gäste
Access to Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen (including stove and cooking/eating ware), bathrooms, washer/dryer (if more than 1 day stay), refrigerator - small apartment size for guest on back porch, freezer space in main regrig if (website hidden) in tan room downstairs can be moved upstairs if requested. Front porch swing and hammock for guest use.
Interaktion mit Gästen
As much or as little as you want- just let us know your preference.
Weitere wichtige Infos
We believe in radical hospitality which is why we began hosting airbnb guests in 2008- the first Airbnb in Nashville!- and have continued to enjoy guests from across the US and world. Hosts are a public defender (Collier) and a mediator/non-profit consultant/writer/business owner (Michele). Artists, activists and adventurers particularly welcome.
Respect yourself, respect others, respect the environment- these are the Montessori pledges that we hold dear and ask our guests to follow. Otherwise, have fun, come and go as you please, and remember that the space is shared in common.
My husband and I are parents of 5 grown children, living in various places in the US attending school/working. We've lived in East Nashville for 16 years. My husband, Collier, is a public defender and I am self-employed, having worked with various non-profit organizations and most recently as a Mediator. Prior to this I worked mostly with community-based economic development organizations, racial and social justice organizations, and women's groups. We especially like activists, artists, adventurers and visionaries, but anyone wanting to travel to Nashville and get a real feel for our small town city and its friendly inhabitants would be happy staying with us. We live a simple life and believe in radical hospitality because we are all visitors.