Relax and enjoy the history of Hyde Park. Located near the Elizbet Ney Museum and Shipe community pool, blocks from groceries, coffee and dining. This cozy studio is minutes to UT and downtown.
Some things to note about the apartment: There is not a full kitchen. There is neither a stovetop nor microwave. There is a convection oven, half-sized refrigerator, a portable burner and a kettle to boil water. The stairs leading to the bed room are rather steep, a cross between stairs and a ladder.
Hi. Welcome to my home. I am a traveler and put my apartment on airbnb when I am out of town. This is a pretty simple and snug abode. While the amenities are dated, they are clean and fully functional. I strive to make this space comfortable and since the photos were taken, have added a rug in the living room next to the sofa.
It is a small space, about 360 sq. feet. The bedroom is lofted above the kitchen and bathroom, leaving a vaulted ceiling in the living room, which helps the place feel a tad more spacious. The bed is a double, with an option for sofa-sleeping and a Japanese futon mat stored under the bed for extra guests.
The kitchen is lacking some typical kitchen amenities. There isn't your traditional four burner-stove/oven. Instead, I can offer a convection oven, rice cooker, crockpot, kettle and a counter-top burner for cooking.
If there is anything you are curious about before booking, just ask.
While you are here, the entire apartment is yours. I will hand you the key or organize for a friend to meet you.
You are free to contact me by phone and email throughout your stay.
I began traveling during a year abroad in South Africa. Since then I have lived in Japan, South Korea and Hungary. Back in the U.S., I attend graduate school at the University of Texas and have been enjoying my reintroduction to American culture. I also enjoy reading, hiking, bicycling, and good food and drink.
"Not all who wander are lost" JRR Tolkien