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and plenty of space for an air mattress, and also a closet.

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Property type: House
Accommodates: 3
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 2
Check In: 2:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)
Pet Owner: Cat(s)


Extra people: $15 / night after the first guest
Weekly Price: $325 /week
Monthly Price: $1100 /month
Cancellation: Moderate


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Smoke Detector
Carbon Monoxide Detector
First Aid Kit
Safety Card
Fire Extinguisher

2 nights minimum stay

Recently renovated kitchen

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From Leeds, United Kingdom · June 2015

From Nijmegen, Netherlands · June 2015

From Aix-les-Bains, France · February 2015

From Los Angeles, CA · January 2015

From Dallas, TX · January 2015
Response from Christina:

I'm sorry you didn't enjoy your stay. I had to leave town suddenly or I would have let you know sooner. The friend who was in charge of watching the house and cleaning has never house sat for me before and I won't be asking him to do so again (I was also displeased about the state of the house when I returned home).
The key that I give to guests locks three locks on the front door (one on the metal gate, knob and dead bolt on the main door) and both the knob and deadbolt on side door. So. I don't know what the problem was for you there. I do keep the deadbolt locks for the outside gates private for my own safety in case I ever have guests who make me feel in danger.
That family dollar is just a horrible lazy business. I doubt them keeping the doors locked was a safety thing. I'm so thankful that cvs just opened next door.
Yes. Cab drivers will tell you that the neighborhood is dangerous because they want you to take cabs. Everyone has their own comfort levels and I'm sorry to hear that my neighborhood wasn't a good fit for you. As someone who has always lived in mixed race/income/use Southern cities (Tampa and Atlanta, as well as New Orleans), I havent felt bothered or had any problems in the three years I've lived here (alone, without a car and with a very active social life that involves going out about 6 nights a week) but I guess everyone is different.
As far as the bathroom stuff, that is unusual and I'm sorry to hear it. I like using towels instead of bathroom floor mats because they are easier to clean, but they need to be hung on the side of the tub if they are wet lest they get soggy, youre right. And the mat inside the tub being unclean was an oversight on my house sitters part. I definitely should have communicated with him more explicitly. For future guests, if anything like that is really distasteful to you, feel free to just move/change it, or ask me to do so. Especially with something simple like this (I could have just asked the house sitter to pick up the towel and go to cvs and pick up a new bath mat, or colleen could have just hung both out on the side porch for me to deal with upon arrival), I'm very interested in solution building rather than having you quietly be uncomfortable.
I have six beds and six large sized blankets and six throw blankets. Most of them "live" folded on the linen shelf in the kitchen. It's in plain sight so I dont always think to point it out to guests. I also have a space heater. I'm sorry you were cold, I do have central heat but with the age of the house, there are a few weeks a year when it's chilly. I wish you would have let me know so I could have directed you to a solution. Same as far as advice goes, I was still available for communication even if I wasnt home.
I have a new fire alarm that I've been meaning to install for at least a month. But I'm five feet tall and my ceilings are fourteen feet tall so even on my ladder I'm no where near the ceiling. There are literally 6 other fire alarms in the house though, so that one being disabled isn't actually dangerous in any way.
The clubs are loud. I'm rarely home before 2 or 3 am, and neither are the majority of my guests, so sometimes that slips my mind. But yes folks reading this and thinking about staying with me, the clubs are loud. If you plan to fall asleep before two am, be prepared to do so to the bass line of beyonce's or big freedia's latest single.
Of the six beds, five are on frames. One is just on the box spring. It is still about a foot off the ground. I'm sorry this was bothersome.
Yes the house is a shot gun. It is long and narrow. There is no dining space exactly. The front room leads into the kitchen and the front room has a bed and a futon in it. It's exactly as pictured.
Alllll that being said, I ultimately agree with you that my house is better for big groups. I have plenty of beds and space, and the shotgun set up is easier when you know the folks whose room you are walking through. And traveling in groups is safer (and more fun).

January 2015

From Helsinki, Finland · December 2014

From La Rochelle, France · November 2014

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About the Host, Christina

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Member since March 2013
Response rate: 93% (past 30 days)
Response time: within an hour

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