About this listing
Gorgeous home in the heart of Austin. Conveniently located to all Austin area events, Lake Travis and Lake Austin. Inground swimming pool, huge hot tub, entertaining backyard with oasis setting, pergolas, flagstone patio, outdoor BBQ grill, bar, and game room.
Gorgeous central Austin home with a oasis-type backyard with pool and hot tub that was MADE for parties! Located in the heart of Austin, this home is accessible to all activities around town!
There is also a high chair, portable crib, and stroller available. We also provide personal shopping (from stocking the fridge, bar to picking up dry cleaning) We have caterers, bartenders, DJ services all available at an additional charge. Let us know what you need!
Keyless combination door code is emailed to you, upon payment of hotel taxes. These will be invoiced and sent separately via PayPal, as City of Austin does not allow Airbnb to collect the taxes for them as other cities do.
Interaction with guests
We respect the privacy of our guests. When we are in town, we try to meet with our guests and introduce them to our homes, explain how various things work, etc. otherwise, you're on your own unless you need us!
Upon payment of the hotel taxes (15% sent via PayPal) you will be sent the front door code, house rules and info on various features within the property.
Heart of Austin! Located just off of 45th & Mopac
Uber and Lyft suspended service inside Austin because voters rejected Proposition 1, which would have repealed some city rules for drivers employed by ride-hailing companies. Here are 5 alternate apps Austinites can use to get around:
> RideAustin: Developing a community asset
Ridesharing saves lives, empowers drivers & riders and is part of any transportation future. Designed by local engineers. Your community working day and night to provide a great solution. Giving back to local charities.
Choose to automatically round up your fares and donate the proceeds to your local charity.
> GetMe: The company’s representatives have repeatedly said they would continue to operate in Austin no matter the outcome of the election. It works like Uber and Lyft, but with a much smaller fleet of drivers.
> Wingz: On Monday, the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport announced a partnership with the smartphone app Wingz. The app offers rides to and from the airport. In addition to users’ location and destination, Wingz also requests their flight details.
> CapMetro: People can use the city’s app to figure out the best bus or rail line to get to their destination. Users can also purchase a bus pass (for one day, seven days or 31 days) with a credit card or PayPal through the app if they choose. To use the app, enter your location, your destination, how far you’re willing to walk, and what time you need to leave or arrive.
> Hailacab: Yellow Cab has an app with an interface similar to Uber’s and Lyft’s. To have a taxi come to your location, hit the “Book Taxi” button, and you can watch your taxi driver head your way. Adjust the settings at the top of the screen to change the “cash” option to “credit” request, book a taxi at a different day or time, or request a specific type of vehicle.
> Car2go: This option will take a few days between the time you sign up and when you are approved. This company offers registered users the ability to take one of the available car2go Smart Cars scattered throughout the city. There is a one-time sign up fee of $35, and car2go charges users 41 cents per minute.
> zTrip: This is an app that lets you book a black car or taxi, from services like 10/10 Taxi, SuperShuttle of Austin, and ExecuCar of Austin.
Other things to note
Master bedroom: Bedroom with king bed(sleeps 2 adults)
Bedroom #2 with queen bed (sleeps 2 adults) Bedroom #3 with 2 double beds. (sleeps 4 adults)
Game room: Queen size sofa bed. (sleeps 2 adults)
Master: Full bath with shower
Guest bath: Full bath with shower in hallway across from bedroom 2
Bedroom #3: Full bath with Jacuzzi bathtub and shower in queen BR.
This property is registered with the City of Austin and code enforcers will not be asking you to leave during your rental like other properties that do not comply with city laws. A framed certificate of approval by the City of Austin Short Term Rentals is at the front door and should be shown to any officer, should they request it.
Before check in the City of Austin Occupancy Taxes will be collected. They are 15% of the booking.
Consisting of: The City of Austin’s Hotel Occupancy Tax rate is 9 percent, comprised of a 7 percent occupancy tax and an additional 2 percent venue project tax. Texas law requires that each bill or other receipt for a hotel charge subject to the tax imposed for a venue project contain a statement in a conspicuous location stating: “The City of Austin requires that an additional tax of two percent (2%) be imposed on each hotel charge for the purpose of financing a venue project.”
The City’s tax is in addition to the 6 percent rate imposed by the State of Texas, which must be remitted separately to the State.
Have fun! Please be considerate of our neighbors with noise.. Code enforcement as well as local police STRICTLY enforce this when complaints are called in. These could result in fines for both of us (and I do NOT want to pay fines!! :) This also puts my license in jeopardy.
"Quiet hours" are from 10:30pm - 7:30am
My family and I are proud to call Austin home. We have own two beautiful homes we short term rent in central Austin and a beautiful 3 story beach house with massive decks over looking Destin and the beach. (we also rent! It holds up to 18!) that allow us to call Destin, Fl. home, part of the year! These additional properties are also vacation rentals and can be found here just below on this profile page.