#5 ParkingSpace@WalkingLibertyHouse

Parking Space - Entire home/apt · Northeast Broadway Street, Portland, OR 97232, United States

The Space

We have parking available behind the Walking Liberty Share House.

It is used to accommodate guests staying at the guest house.
$10/nt for a vehicle to park.

We are also open to parking small RVs or Conversion Vans from three nights to three months. You must be able to fit into a parking space. Ours measure approximately 9.5' x 16' .

Basic monthly RV/CV Rates Single Occupancy:

Parking Space $225
Electricity 40 RV/ 25 CV
Water 25
House Privileges 80 Kitchen,Bathroom, Laundry
Cleaning Fee 40
Additional Guests 5/nt

Access to House Privileges would be on a case by case basis and should be discussed prior to booking your reservation. Please review House Rules prior to placing a reservation request.

Pets negotiable on a case by case basis and should be discussed in advance.

Our location is wonderful. Public transit, central location, shopping, restaurants, close to the Convention Center and
downtown.

Please place an inquiry with your dates and we can discuss pricing and send you a special offer with your rate.

This is a completely non-smoking property.

Room type: Entire home/apt
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 2
Beds: 1
Extra people: $5 / night after the first guest
Minimum Stay: 3 nights
Monthly Price: $370 /month
Security Deposit: $100
Cleaning Fee: $40
Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM
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Cancellation: Strict
  • I had a wonderful experience until I had a problem.I rented a parking spot to live in my RV. Initially, the host told me verbally that if I liked my stay, I could sign a month-to-month lease. A few weeks into my stay, I received an email from the host requesting I move my RV to another spot to accomodate another RV/camper who reserved a parking space in the parking lot. By the time I checked my email, I had 2 hours to secure my belongings and move into the new spot, which was too small to accomodate my RV anyway. Thankfully, potential new tenant cancelled their reservation so I did not have to move. However, after sending a polite email asking the host to please provide more notice in the future if I have to move my vehicle, I received a reply that if I was not able to move my vehicle to allow the host to lease the empty space, my rent would increase. This was a surprise, considering the host visually saw the RV when I initially moved in and I was upfront about the size of the RV before making the reservation. I mentioned after moving into the space that if another similar-sized RV was parked beside mine, I would be unable to open my door. The host verbally acknowledged this suggested a conversion van would fit in the empty space. Towards the end of my month stat, I inquired about siging a lease, to which the host replied that she prefered to use AirBnB. She also adjusted the rate for the parking space, effectively doubling the monthly rate by adding on fees for utilities and use of the guest house. Out of necessity, I reserved the space for another month but was not planning on staying longer due to the rate doubling. I was also required to pay the host $100 to guarantee the door to my RV would not be blocked by another vehicle in the adjacent spot. One week before I was going to leave, I came home to a camper parked in the adjacent spot. I was still able to open the door to my RV, but I was not able to open it more than halfway as there was at most 2 feet of space in between the two vehicles. It was a challenge to get into and out of the RV without hitting the other camper with the door. That said, the host was gracious and promptly responded to any maintenance needs, but I am not planning to stay at the host's properties in the future.

    January 2014
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We are a family. We live in Portland. Own an 8-plex of condos Mom and Dad are chefs, our son and daughter are college students who help us run our businesses while pursuing adventure and higher education. We manage properties for friends. El Nido, the Urban Campsite, Mt. Tabor Studio and the Walking Liberty Guest House.
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