About this listing
Stay in Historic Isleton in the Asian American Historic District and next to the Sacramento River. Apartment is one bedroom with pull out couch bed, fully furnished and private entry. Next to marinas, other historic districts such as Locke and Walnut Grove and close to Sacramento & SF.
It is a private apartment in the historic district of Isleton, CA. It is right next to the Sacramento River, close to a dock. Kitchen is fully furnished with dishes, pots and pans and utensils.
There is a market across the street, laundromat 1/2 block away, 3 restaurants and a museum. There is a shuttle bus that comes through and it goes to Rio Vista, Lodi and Stockton, Ca.
Interaction with Guests
I am available on the premises. Guests are welcome to ask questions about the area or other amenities. My primary resident is on the second floor of the building.
It is a quiet lazy town with lots of history. It is on the National Park Service Historic Registry. The area was settled by the Chinese and Japanese with many historical documents describing that era. Also close to other historic districts like Locke and Walnut. Grove. Home of the Cajun and Blues Festival during Father's Day weekend.
There is a shuttle that goes from Rio Vista, Stockton and Lodi once a day. Prior to a trip, I can work out a itinerary, car rental and hotel reservations for apartment guests, if planning on using the apartment as a base. I can also direct guests to many tourist sites in Northern and Central California.
I do not allow any parties or smoking in the apartment. I also expect guests to respect the space they are staying in. Additional guests will not be allowed unless they are part of the reservation through Airbnb.
I am Asian American born in an internment camp during WWII. I am retired but very involved with the community. Past president and current board member of the Chamber of Commerce, own a deli that has gotten 5 star rating on yelp, rescue dogs and cats. My 4 dogs are rescue and 1 cat. I am now working on a memorial community garden to honor the Asians who occupied the Asian American Historic District.