Priv. Garden Studio w Sleeping Loft

Cabin - Entire home/apt · NE Bryant St, Portland, OR 97211, United States

The Space

This space was built as a Model T Garage in 1926 behind a 1915 bungalow but it has had a face lift and has taken on a new life as a cozy, little freestanding studio made mostly from reclaimed materials. A "tiny house" if you will.
The sleeping loft comfortably sleeps two and there is a futon below the loft where one can enjoy a book while the other naps above. Occasionally you will hear the trains in the distance which adds a touch of nostalgia and you get to wake to the relaxing clucking and cooing of the neighborhood hens as this area has a nice spattering of urban farms.

You may get an occasional visit at the door visits from Sita (short for Mamacita), a sweet black and white cat. She loves to come to say "hi" but is not allowed inside to maintain this as a "pet dander free" space.

The table pictured here has been replaced with a "garden shed" counter that houses a small, removable basin sink. There is also a rustic, rough hewn armoire to hang clothes and tuck away your backpacks. The little kitchenette corner is stocked with utensils, a two burner cooktop, a mini fridge, a microwave, coffee grinder and a coffee press.

Internet access can be spotty at times for sure. Oftentimes folks come inside to the kitchen or go hang out at one of the neighborhood cafes to write and people watch.

The studio's setup is more akin to a cabin, and as many cabins go, there is no no bathroom. you will be given a key to the main house so please feel comfortable enough to come in and use the facilities. Internet is easy access in the house.

By the way, it is insulated, stocked with plenty of blankets and does have heat so it is a wonderful, warm hideaway in the fall and winter months as well.

The yard is plentiful with fruit bearing trees in the summertime, as well as tomatoes, onions, garlic and strawberries in the gardens...

It's within a 5 minute walk from the heart of Woodlawn which has some fantastic spots to shop, drink, dance, and dine:

-Firehouse Restaurant, somewhat romantic with good service
-Woodlawn Coffee House, for plenty of people watching
-Breakside Brewery, to grab a bite and catch up on the game
-ReViva, a funky resale shop for gifts, jewelry, furniture, music
-Good Neighbor Pizza, laid back and late night too
-P's & Q's Market serves meals and a few grocery items
-The Village Ballroom, for Zumba and Ecstatic Dance
-Koken Market, for almost any beer you want, snacks
-Café Eleven, art, coffee, lunch & some gluten free pastries
-Oregon Public House, the nation's 1st nonprofit pub
-Alchemy Cafe, good smoothies, burgers and breakfasts

The Alberta Arts District is also just minutes away so you can hop on a bike and be right in the middle of the jam-packed Last Thursday Art Walk or make a day of it with shopping, dinner and some delicious ice cream from the infamous Salt & Straw. Then come "home" to your quieter retreat where you can just relax and lay in the hammock.....ahhhh. And as the area is well surrounded by beautiful, mature trees, you may decide to enjoy dinner in the love seat swing under the pergola and watch the evening sky. It is a wonderful theatre for watching small bats do their sky routine in the distance.

Flying in? This spot is only 10 minutes from the airport. And if you let me know when you book, I can come retrieve you by minivan from the airport or train station for $20; this might be especially relevant if you have bikes, lots of bags or equipment. Let me know!

And while in Portland, you may want some wheels! Well, this location is very close to Zipcars and you can sign up with them or Car2go on their sites in advance of your stay. But if you want to explore the city on two wheels, Everybody Bike Rentals or Ebikes ( electric bike rentals) are the spots to hit first (10 min. by bus). They provide helmets and locks too!
***If you don't see the dates available on the calendar that you had hoped for or if you are traveling with more than two people, please check out my other listing which is also a private studio at the same location. It is larger and complete with a bathroom. You should find it on the right side of this listing page titled "My Other Listings".

Parking is close and the livin' is pretty easy. So please get that profile completed, then contact me and come kick up your heels and stay a while!

Oh! P.S. Please read the description and house rules before you book this space just so that everyone is on the same page. Much appreciated. Cheers!

Room type: Entire home/apt
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Extra people: $10 / night after the first guest
Weekly Price: $369 /week
Security Deposit: $100
Cleaning Fee: $19
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)
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Cancellation: Moderate
Pet Owner: Dog(s) and Cat(s)

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  • I really enjoyed my stay here! Andree was very hospitable, and she gave great advice about places to visit during my stay in Portland.

    April 2014
  • Very cool place! We would definitely stay again!

    March 2014
  • Andree was a wonderful host, she helped us get settled and also gave great tips on where to find the nightlife we wanted. We didn't spend much time in the loft but when we did we loved it.

    March 2014
  • What a wonderful find in Portland. Not only is it clean and comfortable but it is in a great neighborhood and Andrée is a wonderful host. I was in a crunch and needed a place to stay and she helped me out. I would stay again.

    March 2014
  • I really enjoyed staying at Andrée's place. The house is tiny, clean and very cute. The neighbourhood is good: it's quet enough and it has plenty of restaurants and cafes around. Andrée is a very polite, respectful and attentive host. I can confidently recommend this place to my friends.

    March 2014
  • Andrée was a lovely host and we really enjoyed our stay in the garden studio! The studio itself was warm, cozy, clean, and beautifully decorated. The sleeping loft was perfect and the outlets/light switch up there made it super convenient. Coming in and out of the house to use the facilities was no problem at all--we enjoyed the chance to chat with Andrée and pet the dog. Andrée gave us great suggestions of places to try out in the neighborhood, both of which we loved! Special perk--the house is walking distance from a co-op grocery which is great for us traveling vegans. We highly recommend staying here.

    March 2014
  • Andree, you were an awesome host. Thank you for your hospitality, we really enjoyed our stay. The garden studio was perfect for our weekend away, couldn't have been better. We'd recommend it to anyone.

    February 2014
  • My sister and I decided to take a trip to Portland to get out of LA. Andree's garden studio was charming, comfortable and close to everything we wanted to do, i.e. exactly what we were looking for! Of course, you have to drive most places, but the Mississippi area is only 5 minutes away and downtown is 10 minutes. There was plenty of room for the two of us, the bed was comfortable and Andree was very accommodating. Not only was she lovely to talk to, but had many good recommendations for us out-of-towners. Andree was a great host and I'd recommend her studio to anyone.

    January 2014
  • The reservation was canceled 2 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.

    November 2012
  • Andrée's garden studio is unique, fun, and cozy. She was very welcoming, and kindly explained to us the amenities and nuances of the accommodation. She also left us with some coffee and bananas, as well as fresh tomatoes that had been growing behind the suite, which were a fantastic treat! It was our first time to visit Portland and having stayed at Andrée's certainly added to our positive experience. The only thing that presented itself as a challenge was the location, as we were without a vehicle and the buses weren't as frequent as we'd hoped. Thanks, Andrée!

    October 2012
    Andrée
    Response from Andrée:

    Yes, it's true. The buses only come every half hour but fortunately I am very close to 2 Zipcar locations (which you can sign up in with on their site in advance of your stay) and there is Everybody Bike Rentals in the area as well. They will set you up with a helmet, lock, everything you need if you want to see Portland by bike. And those buses that only come every half hour do have bike racks too!

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I am an energetic, crazy busy shop owner who loves music and to dance, eat yummy meals with friends and play with my dogs. My sense of humor is slightly warped but I do enjoy making people laugh. I am really excited to share my home and some of my favorite restaurants/clubs and neighborhood hotspots with the new friends that I am looking forward to meeting via Airbnb!
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