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Little House

The Space
Room type: Entire home/apt
Bed type: Futon
Accommodates: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Pet Owner: Dog(s) and Cat(s)


Extra people: No Charge
Weekly Price: $500 /week
Cancellation: Flexible


The Space

Little House began its life in the 1930's as a single car garage. Over time, it became a tool shed, an office and finally graduated into its current self when college-aged kids, followed by grad students needed a lovely little place to live.

Cozy, it's nestled in a native woodland, most of which we planted ourselves, with filtered views out through Coastal Redwood, Western Red Cedar, Sword Fern Snowberry, Rhododendron, etc. Extra well insulated, with plastered walls and ceilings, it's finished out with natural, reclaimed Doug Fir and some wainscoting from the 1920's Eugene Dairy Cooperative. A vaulted ceiling over the living/dining space gives way to a sleeping loft and low-ceilinged kitchen and bathroom. It's a ship's ladder climb to the loft. The 7' kitchen as copper countertops, recycled fir and redwood ceiling and shelving, an under counter fridge, a gas range w/oven and handcrafted fir cabinets. The European style tiled shower/toilet room has an on-demand hot water heater for endless hot showers.

Everyone who's seen it, and everyone who's lived in it has loved it. But it's not for everyone. The sleeping loft is low, the ladder up to it, steep, and a futon awaits at the top. But a window looks out to the North, and a skylight faces up for star gazing.

Our lives revolve around making wonderful indoor and outdoor spaces for people to enjoys. Residential designer/builders, we do our best to create places that are harmoniously integrated with their native ecosystem. That's been our intention with Little House.

The Ridgeline Trail system is not far, a couple of parks, a ballfield, running tracks/trails and the bus are close by. It's a comfortable three mile walk to the U of O or to downtown.

P.S. Little House shares an acre with our house and is visually screened from us. However, we do have two and a half Border Collies (the other half is Retriever), who are very friendly, sometimes bark a bit in the night and whom we take on a 7-8 a.m. walk in the morning, making a bit o f noise.

Other Things to Note

We charge a one time $ 10 fee for each four legged visitor, payable directly to us upon arrival.
We ask that canine four leggeds not go up into the loft.
And that, if they are left alone in Little House, all four leggeds be crated.

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House Rules

No Candles or any open flame
No smoking
Shoes off preferred

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

1 night minimum stay

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About the Host, Robyn

Eugene, Oregon, United States
Member since May 2013
Response rate: 100% (past 30 days)
Response time: within a few hours


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