About this listing
Relax and enjoy the luxury amenities of Bratenahl Place, an exclusive gated community with stunning views and access to Lake Erie.
One bedroom available with two twin beds, full kitchen, living room, dining room, and bathroom.
My apartment boasts stunning views of Lake Erie in an exclusive gated community: Bratenahl Place.
It is only 4 miles from University Circle, which includes: Case Western Reserve University, University Hospital, VA Hospital, Cleveland Clinic, and The Cleveland Museum of Art.
It is also only 6 miles from downtown Cleveland, all Cleveland sports arenas, The Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame, The Hard Rock Casino, and Playhouse Square.
In addition to the apartment, you will also have full access to the luxury amenities of Bratenahl Place, which include: 24-hour security and concierge, 4-star restaurant, beauty salon and spa, fitness center, outdoor pool, tennis courts, outdoor fire pits, laundry, and underground parking.
Only 20 minutes to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport by car and 30 minutes by public transit!
Within the apartment, you will have complete access to the full kitchen, dining room, living room, outdoor patio, bedroom and bathroom. You will not have access to the master bedroom and bathroom.
I will not be present during your stay.
I've lived in Bratenahl for 10 years after living in Shaker Heights for 40 years. I love living in Bratenahl because it is quiet, safe, secluded, and conveniently located to the greater Cleveland area.
The Lake Shore bus is conveniently located less than a block away from the front gate.
No pets and no smoking in the apartment.
I'm a retired professional educator, artist, and sculptor who loves people! I enjoy spending December to April in Davenport, Florida as a "Snow Birder". I lived in a beautiful two-bedroom condo with gorgeous views of Lake Erie. I'm very clean and organized and am seeking guests who will treat and respect my home like its their own. I am looking/interested seeking weekly or month occupants only, during the months of (Jan, Feb, and Mar. 2015)