Guesthouse w/yard. Arboretum area.

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1 Bedroom
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1 b/b guesthouse in lush, aesthetic, and quiet neighborhood of Little Forest Hills, a loving community featured in the documentary "Subdivided". You'll have your own yard, kitchen, free laundry, cable, internet, kool and safe walks. Pets are ok.

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Guesthouse w/yard. Arboretum area.
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The Space
Accommodates: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Bed type: Real Bed
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Room type: Entire home/apt


Weekly discount: 7%
Cancellation: Flexible


The Space

This free-standing guesthouse is nestled behind a main house with a privacy fence and its own landscaped yard. The interior is a well-designed 550 square feet with real hardwood floors, a full kitchen and bath, and full-sized bed in its own bedroom.

Guest Access

Guests have access to free RV and car parking on a graveled drive parallel to the street in front.

Interaction with Guests

I interact with guests as much as they want. I'm a busy speech therapist with penchant for enjoying life. I want guests to relax and enjoy their stay. If your stay in Dallas is busy and you just need to come to a quiet place and crash, I'd completely understand.

The Neighborhood

Just a short five minute walk from the entrance of the Dallas Arboretum and the East end of White Rock Lake, this is an ideal location to rest and relax. We have a variety of wildlife that gives the area a unique feel, such as raccoons, owls, geese, and even bobcats. Just around the corner is a store where you can rent a bike and loop the 9 miles of White Rock in an hour and a half. You can also rent a sailboat and take advantage of the lake itself. We have a trickle of cafes and restaurants, like a wine tavern with outdoor seating and an outdoor fireplace. For dinner, there's barbecue, cajun, or a local Italian place I like. And you can't miss the award-winning Hypnotic Donuts, maker of delicious coffee and the bacon and peanut butter donut.

I can't say enough good things about my neighborhood Little Forest Hills. Its motto is "Keep Little Forest Hills Funky", referencing its 10-year campaign to keep out builders who tear down lovely 1920 cottages in favor of starter castles that tax out our residents. I'd say it is "fashionably funky" and is a tourist attraction in and of itself. In fact, it houses more artists per capita than any other neighborhood in the Metroplex. You'll understand this better as you browse the yards with bright colors and shiny sculptures ranging from Picasso-like bronze figures to brightly painted ceramic skulls. The homes are so unique, the architecture department at Southern Methodist University sends its students here to study them for projects.

The community is diverse, however, and don't be intimidated by the hippy element. It isn't an accurate picture of who we are overall. We are young families and grounded professionals, divorced singles getting a fresh start, pastors who walk to work, or friendly down-to-earth Texans like my neighbor Dadine across the street. She was only four years old in the 1940's when her parents purchased the home and has lots of great stories to tell. We have a vibrant neighborhood association where we learn about wildlife, local festivals, plan for a Fourth of July parade, and raise money to beautify our community.

All in all, Little Forest Hills is a friendly place. People walk their dogs at dusk and wave to each other or chat with one another. I guess this is why the documentary "Subdivided" shows footage of our association delivering welcome-to-the-neighborhood cookies. The filmmaker implies that we are one example of the last true communities in America. It's because we know each other and truly care about each other. We also have a sense of pride and connection to this area we live in. I hope while you're here you'll be able to enjoy all this and will leave with a truly unique experience in Dallas.

Getting Around

There are bus stops everywhere in my neighborhood but I have the kind of job where I can drive you to a major rail station or airport and pick you up later on.

Other Things to Note

-free laundry
-free coffee
-free wiFi
-free UVerse cable with TiVo
-breakfast included

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House Rules

--Keep outdoor noise low after 11 pm on weeknights
--Alert me the moment you have a concern
--Smoke outdoors only
--Keep garbage inside at night to avoid attracting raccoons.
--keep cats and dogs inside at night for their own safety.
--If your pet sleeps on the bed, let me know so I can choose linens appropriately.

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Guesthouse w/yard. Arboretum area.
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About the Host, Meagan

Dallas, Texas, United States
Member since January 2014


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