About this listing
Being minutes from downtown, the waterfront and UVM makes this an ideal spot for any traveler. The pillow top single in the private room assures a good nights sleep. The recently renovated shared bathroom has a shower and tub. Lots of sitting room in the living room or front porch.
Interaction with Guests
I am more than happy to give you any recommendations on what to see, where to eat and the best local hangouts for an authentic experience in Burlington.
The old north end is named such because it was the northern point of Burlington until the 1950's when the "new" north end (suburb) was built. In the late 1800's North Street was the most happening part of town. Today, as a more affordable part of Burlington the neighborhoods are filled with young people and refugees from around the world (Burlington is a refugee resettlement location). The old north end is now filled with asian, african and Halal markets. The schools in this neighborhood speak over 35 languages.
CCTA ((website hidden)) bus depot is within a 10 minute walk. A bus stop to get you there is two houses away. Burlington is also a very walkable city as well as being fairly bike friendly. There is a waterfront bike path as well as a shorter path through wooded areas. The latter connects the old north end of Burlington to the new north end, with Ethan Allen Homestead and paths to the Intervale farmland. This bike path is 4/10ths of a mile away.
Other Things to Note
There are two indoor/outdoor cats that live here. Anyone with mild allergies should be fine (no carpet).