About this listing
***Sorry, my place is booked until spring, 2016***
Quiet two-story condo looks out to trees. Wood floors, all amenities, close to bike trail and salmon stream.
***Hi, thanks for having a look. My space is rented through spring 2016.***
This two-story, townhouse-style condo looks to a green space and trees. Vaulted ceilings, wood floors and two skylights give an airy feel. Lots of plants, books and art. The bedroom has a queen-size bed with a memory-foam mattress and a window that looks out to trees. Taku Lake and the Campbell Creek trail system are a half-mile away - great biking (and salmon-watching) in summer, skiing and running and walking in winter. There's also a new brewery around the corner! Bus #60 stops a block away, but if you're renting a car I have a covered parking spot for you.
The kitchen is fully stocked with utensils and staples. There's high speed wireless internet (but no TV!), a washer and dryer, and 1.5 baths. I don't have any pets. There is no smoking.
My place is a bit small so for now I am only accepting single-person reservations, but I can make exceptions based on my schedule. Send me a message and we'll talk!
Kitchen and all kitchen stuff (fridge, stove, utensils, dishes, etc), laundry room, covered parking spot.
Interaction with guests
I love getting to know everyone but I work 40 hours a week plus travel writing plus being in the mountains, so I probably won't see you much!
No smoking, children, pets, or wild drinking please! I don't have a TV but do have high-speed wireless Internet. I only ask that you treat my home as you would your own.
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
Hi there. I'm a travel writer who tends to be away a lot for work. When I'm gone a long time I often rent my place out to traveling doctors or nurses (have so far found everyone via (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN)) but I'm interested in hosting some week-long guests for shorter trips.
Because I'm a traveler, I understand what guests need and feel like I can meet those needs: a comfortable bed, fast wifi, and a quiet space.
PS: I co-wrote the Lonely Planet guide to Alaska, so I'm a good resource to the area!