Wonderful craftsman windows. Open one and lean out to enjoy garden and breeze. Magnolia and Plum trees are preparing to put on a show. If summer temps to go over 78 please close All windows and curtains by noon, or when u leave in AM. You control indoor comfort.
Please inquire, for up to 30 day stays. The house may be SOLD this summer...and 30-45 day notice may be given if a Property Sale is arranged. NO more PETS for now, please.
What you see in the room:
A wall of Craftsman windows (similar to some of the other pix).
Cool blue walls white ceiling and trim, small wood table and antique wood chair, bedside cabinet with radio/alarm clock, mirror-light; and a full-size mattress is on the carpeted floor - with fresh sheets, and a stack of Quilts and pillows. This Full -size bed can replaced with a SINGLE on a wood frame if you want more space, and are not too tall for the Single Bed.
Not fancy, and not for tele-Commuters, but very comfortable for sleeping, if you can get up from a low bed without discomfort.
A painted chimney is in the room wants restoration (covered by a curtain now, because it needs re-surfacing, the ceiling also needs some fresh paint). a window opens for fresh air, and could benefit from a custom screen...working on getting that. This room helps ventilate the house on hot summer nights..so kindly allow the door and a window to be opened if needed...and close it up by noon-5 on super hot summer days. to help keep the house cooler than outside air.
Affordable Sleeping - upstairs, usually quiet, because this transitional housing/garden home mainly for those who plan to be gone all day...exploring the Metro area....or for those who need a place to store their stuff while you are off on an adventure to Seattle, the Coast, or Camping/Skiing a few days. If you are a non-smoker who won't bring a cat or bugs, and does not need indoor temps in the 70's til Spring/Summer...this is your spot.
No desk, dresser or table in this small room at present - and weekly rates Spring- Summer, are $125, with a firm Cancellation Policy.
Air is cool here in winter, to reduce oil wars and sinus issues. However, electric blankets are available for use as a Bed warmer. When it is at a comfy level, please turn power off, as body heat and quilts then keep bed warm. Doing this helps you avoid exposure to EMFs ~ and it conserves electricity. TY! Again - it is a COOL room Fall-May...I will assume you read this and thought about that if you request it anytime but summer. Thanks.
Awesome east-facing wood-framed Craftsman Windows. Space is cozy - and filled with light - but a small space, with no desk. If you lived in a dorm, this is better, because it is QUIET, beautiful and PRIVATE; with access to common areas, free Laundry, Bonus room downstairs where you can spread out your laundry. Huge yard, big porch, FREE off-street Parking, Comfy living room with fireplace, separate dining room, and large Kitchen. free tea, and OK to use hosts spices and condiments. Local Maps, Bus info, Music CDs, Language Study and Travel Library are available...Spanish, Italian, and more.
A Guest may rent the upper Blue Room as an office, storage, or Art Studio, and everything can be removed if that helps. The blue room room now has a full size mattress (without frame) with clean sheets, quilts, and pillows, on a clean new blue carpet, with a new oriental-style rug. On request, the carpet and rug can go ~ there is a wood-painted Floor beneath. Closet in this room is used for household storage - linens, vacuum, ect..
On nice days. please have the window open in this room - it keeps the air in the house refreshed. On cooler days, if the central heating system in on, please leave door open so the powerful hall heat vent can help this smaller room more comfortable for sleeping. Thank you.
Fully equipped main bath, and shared Kitchen, are on the Main level. with microwave, spices, condiments; towels, shampoo, TP, toothpaste, Iron, and more provided. OMG even hair appliances! Dippity-doo, Rollers, Blow-Dryer, and hairspray are here - YMBK! who would use that, on vacation, anyway? Why use it unless a COSTUME event? If so - invite Jules!! An Iron is downstairs in the laundry area, as is a 2nd fridge and shelves, for those who need more space. The BONUS ROOM in the basement has a painted concrete floor, making it very cool year-round - some may like to use it for projects. Inquire with your dates, and Book first, probably. See other spaces for pics of the house, house rules, area directions, Bus, shopping, ect.
The wonderful yard and large front porch, free parking, city bus at corner. FAST Comcast WIFI is here with no password hassle. Cable TV is currently on the main level and that whole level (except 1 bedroom) is a shared common area. Shampoo, towels, sheets and bedding are provided. Yes, you have Kitchen access if you are reasonably SAFE and clean.
Interaction with Guests
Host is available by text or phone, and I try to be available at the house at least 1-2 afternoons a week. I live at the house as my primary residence, but usually stay with my Sweetheart in North Portland several days a week, instead of coming in late. Send any questions or special needs. NO CATS!
Walkable with newly re-paved roads, alpine and flowering trees, great schools, a Farmers market on 122nd, 24-hr Grocery and major City TRANSIT CENTER is near on 102nd, at Gateway Shopping Center. Easy access to PDX and 2 FREEWAY on and off ramps. Variety of Restaraunts, a good Thrift Shop, Bank of America, phone and kitch stores, Coffee and SOUL FOOD Food Kiosk are a few blocks north of the house, on Sandy Blvd. A great Mid-east deli is on 122nd - Anoush.
# 22 bus comes tot he house 7 days a week. 87 weekdays along 102nd betweet 2 transit centers. Crosstown 71 just down hill at Prescott, runs 7 days, more frequently and later than the 22. It intersects with MAX if you take it either direction. To return home after 9pm, get it at the 60Th Max stop. It comes right outside the door of Biddys, on NE Glisan, which has great live music, for free. check schedules online - by phone to confirm arrival times! All carry BIKES.
NO Smoking or indoor pets. Walk and close doors softly, please. Please read other space rules - respect the peace and privacy of ALL, DO COMPOST, recycle and be eco-friendly. Conserve electricity and help protect quality of life in Oregon If you are unwilling to learn these things- please DO NOT move to the Pacific NW.
I loved staying at Julie's place. Julie is a great host, and will help you get plugged into all the great things in Portland. She is very considerate about providing you with a clean room, house resources, and the information you need to make your stay in Portland (whether brief or extended) as engaging as could be. She is happy to advise on matters of transit, activities/events in the area and downtown, and considerations of the general Portland ethos, which is something to take to heart as this is not your average major metropolis.
I first stayed in the main floor room, which is spacious, temperate, and has a great desk for computering. Eventually I moved upstairs to this room, "the Blue Room," which Julie herself has described as "humble." It's humble, but extremely cozy, and I think, the quietest room in the house. With the 22 bus line right there by the side of the house (SUUUUPER convenient), there can be a bit of noise. But I know that this room and the master, at least, are pretty well removed from the road noise (I'm a very light sleeper, so this is near and dear to me). While "humble," I haven't slept as well as I have in this room for quite a long time.
The house itself was probably built in the late 1920s or 1930s, and has an extremely homely feel -- I never felt like I was renting some sterile apartment/room that wasn't part of a greater whole. The kitchen is fully equipped (ample appliances and pots/pans/dishes), and the main floor bathroom (the only one I visited) has a great shower head, plenty of water pressure, and is packed with extra towels, etc.
While located in NE Portland, which I'm told is kinda far off the beaten path, it really doesn't feel that way. The neighborhood is very residential and feels quite safe -- I have been out for a walk between the hours of 9pm - 2am and never felt a hint of concern. Moreover, with the 22 bus right there, the Gateway transit center is about 8 minutes away (along with Fred Meyer and the like), from where you can hop on a variety of MAX trains to get you all over the place.
Whether it's this place or whatever home Julie might lease out in the future for AirBnBers, I highly recommend her offerings. She's a very charismatic and interesting person, and you'd do yourself a favor to bend an ear and consider her input on how best to plug into the vortex that is Portland.
I ended up staying in the only room on the first floor...not the small room with the garden room. My room was nice in that I was next to the bathroom and insulated from the upstairs bedroom noise. Wifi is really good in the downstairs room...never had an issue.
The location is right on the bus line to Gateway Transit Center; which is a great hub for the Portland trains. If you have a car, then the location should do. Without a car, you will want a bike.
Julie will help when needed but not barge into your business. She does not stay in the house but makes house checks periodically as new guests arrive. She's the type of host I like.
The listing was all and more than I expected. This is hard to beat for the price; it's a room in a beautiful old house, with stores/restaurants not too far away, in a nice and quiet neighborhood. Julie was very hospitable and provided all the amenities I could need. Overall this was a great experience.
I didn't see Julie much, but I found Julie (as well as the others in the house) to be very welcoming and accommodating. There was space cleared in the refrigerator and cabinet for my food items and the electric blankets and the huge stack of blankets on the bed ensured that I would stay warm throughout the night. My short stay at Julie's place was exactly what I needed.
Julie is really nice. I was happy to meet someone involved social activities.
I got the blue room, small, kind of humid with small visitors... As for 5 more dollars (the price of the daily tram ticket) , you can find a room in a dorm downtown, I would say that is not a great deal.
Julie's place was fine and served my needs while I was in Portland for a training. I didn't actually see her while I was there, except very briefly just before I left Sunday morning. In fact I was the only one there most of the time. She graciously upgraded me to the mini-suite which was nice. The bed wasn't great, but the room was clean and quiet.
Julie was a lovely host. She was very involved in making sure we enjoyed our stay, discussing great places to visit, upcoming events, etc. The bus stop is right by her house, making it very convenient to commute about the city. We greatly appreciated how welcoming and loving she was toward our dog who stayed with us as well. I would definitely recommend staying with Julie while visiting Portland!
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There are 3 levels and 5 possible private rooms, which can be booked until end of JULY 2015. 1st person to finalize gets the space...but please be a respectful NON-smoker, and READ CANCELLATION POLICIES. OK to arrange to meet and preview a space. Sorry, NO pets at this time. Arrivals are normally after 3pm, so there is time to clean after a Departure. WEEKLY minimum ~ since it is a quiet Residential area, and not a Commercial BnB. I want to keep the place PEACEFUL for all Guests...and neighbors.
A family want to buy the property, with a Move in date of AUGUST 1, 2015. This is notice to all Guests that I plan to Sell the house and yard. A Lease-Purchase Agreement which looks solid is in process, Once a written Lease and or Offer to Purchase the house is accepted - a minimum of 30 days notice will be provided to all Guests and Housemates. NO SMOKERS, Pets, Perfumes, noxious chemicals, or Incense, please.
The Master is dark and peaceful - it is a spacious sleeping room. TWO walk-in closets!
Possible Buyer and Lender Inspections may occur reasonable daylight hours. they will need access to each room for a BRIEF walk thru/inspection. Most Guests are gone afternoons, so that's usually the timing for house cleaning also. Sorry for any inconvenience. Thanks for being flexible and patient. We can all support each other like decent humans. FYI the Washer is not working, and my Buyers want to bring their own Washer and Dryer...in late July or on August 1.
The utilities room has a double kitchen sink with sprayer, which also can be used for Hand washing of garments - there's a working clothes Dryer, hangin rack and clothes-line, Iron; Toaster, slow-cooker, grinder and French Press for coffee beans, and a huge selection of tea, French press, coffee maker, etc. are in the main kitchen upstairs. Ok to use all Kitchen cookware. The Guest Fridge is on the EAST wall, by a large window and table.
A low-flow shower-head that was un-popular in the main floor shower was replaced long ago...so come get wet! The NEW shower-head is lively ~ and has a simple switch for escape. I mean...for water and energy conservation. Just flip the switch to slow the flow to a trickle for soaping up, then switch it back to an energizing strong flow to rinse, without losing your water temperature. Neato. Please skim long hair from the drain, and try to keep floors and furnishings DRY. Use a hand towel for the floor as needed, and put a CLEAN new towel in its place, from the upper cabinet. Most all items in the UPPER cabinet are for GUEST use, and a new FIRST AID KIT is there, too. TY for helping keep common areas CLEAN and safe.
The Stove will be repaired, or replaced by my Buyers this summer, as some connection is getting loose on burners. Please NEVER let burners get red hot - that causes damage.
PLEASE help sort recycle-able materials into different bags by type of item, and keep ALL food scraps OUT of the garbage and sink. ALL food scraps, shells, grounds go in to the compost bucket by the sink. When it is full or if odors develop, please empty it into the bin behind the large shrub on the EAST border of the yard. The kitchen compost bin can be rinsed in an open rain-barrel before bringing it back inside.
Except for Glass, ALL PLASTIC, TIN, and PAPER go into paper bags, and are collected in the garage to deliver to a nearby Depot at least quarterly. Garbage pick-up 1x a month, usually on a Tuesday morning, at the street-side near the carport. ( A grey 36 gal container goes out the nite before...monthly, or I can call for service as needed) Thanks for being responsible for the planet ~ and for helping to reduce the waste stream. IT IS WORKING in Portland - if we ALL take a zen sec to Pitch In!
DO ask, in advance, if additional storage is needed - I have no way of knowing if you need more than the usual roller bag and duffel, otherwise. Please let me know your desired arrival time as soon as possible, and try to allow time for a tour and chat the first day, so we can answer questions, or make any changes needed for your comfort. Mid-late afternoon is often best for that. Thank you!
REMINDER: Every Guest needs to clean after themselves, and share responsibility for your Waste Stream.
A SHARPIE pen is on top of the Guest Fridge, and in the Guest Kitchen cabinet - left of teh stove. Kindly put your NAME or Initials on food labels, so I know what to compost after you Depart. Don't eat anyone else's food. Please scrape ALL food scraps into the compost bucket, and put rinsed dishes in the Dishwasher, for sanitizing. So simple and fast to do! THANX!
No Maid is lurking, nor mom around to watch your habits, lol. The Host does, or arranges for, routine cleaning...but if you use any area or surface - kindly leave it clean for others. Household towels and sheets can go in the laundry drop, from the main floor bath cabinet to the laundry area below.
Portland is an urban rain-forest and it is very alive and healthy eco-system. The last few spring and summers were warmer and more humid than any in memory. SO: Boric acid is available and present, for use at window areas and corners. If you see ANY ants or other crawly critters indoors - kindly take the initiative to deal with it - as I can't enter your personal, area and don't know what you see unless you communicate. The Boric acid dusting is easy to do, and No poison need be sprayed in the house. The safe-for-humans form of diatomaceous earth may be present occasionally. Thank You for being a reasonable adult to take responsibility for the shared environment.
The Guest Fridge is on the EAST Wall, by the large wood table and window. Space can easily be made for your Kitchen items in the upper left kitchen cabinet near the stove. Please mark your name on items you store in the fridge or cabinets, so i know what to clear out after you depart. MUCH appreciated!
It's very peaceful here, and summer has arrived, though in our urban rain forest we still can have cool mornings and evenings, so bring warm clothing, or dress in layers. The front, side and back yards are shady, with sunny areas, and VERY pleasant surroundings - like having your own PARK in the city. Come enjoy it!
Be competitive in your offer if you want a room in Portland now - AND READ CANCELATION POLICIES. IF YOU ARE PICKY..COME IN ADVANCE TO LOOK IF YOU CAN. Many inquiries may be in the works, and Reservations can be final any hour. RESERVE FROM YOUR OWN ACCOUNT, please - First to confirm gets a space. I do my best do check in with current and returning Guests and prior inquiries, before accepting new Reservation requests, if the system allows it. PLEASE help keep the kitchen and other common areas tidy, as I am not present every day to pick up after you, since I am recovering from car accident injuries, which prevents strenuous work, and lifting more than 5 pounds is a problem. In the main kitchen, the EAST wall fridge is for Guests. Yes it is OK to bring a Dorm fridge if you want. ((website hidden) is a great source)
Kindly provide the first and last names of each person who would be staying before arrival - and describe vehicle or bikes that you may bring, so I know who to contact if needed. There is plenty of free parking, and it is a quiet street. Bikes can be locked in the garage, under the carport, and sometimes are stored in the Bonus Room of the basement, or in your Guest Room.
Rooms may appear booked - but changes do happen. Please Inquire.
Let's try to get all your questions answered before confirming a Booking!
Lot of Tour Books and Visitor info are here...in the Dining area, including Travel and bus info. 3 Buses come within 3 blocks of the house - linking to the Light Rail/Bus Malls and 24 hr Grocery Shopping! Plan $5 per day for Transit - that will take you anywhere ALL DAY on any system in the metro area. Also, just $19 takes you all the way to the Oregon Coast, to Cannon Beach, Seaside, and historic Astoria ~ where the mighty Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean! Thank You.
Jules is a progressive public policy advocate - and also an AirBnB traveler.
Brewer and Beer Judge;
semi-retired after over 25 years in Human Services,
and over 10 years Consulting,
and helping change the law to promote sustainable industries.
Please be patient - I am recovering from a twice broken foot - followed by a CAR ACCIDENT. Off crutches now and sprains are healed, but I am re-gaining strength slowly due to spinal and brain injuries, and am selling the house as I cannot lift ladders, long Pruners to do tasks to maintain the property. I was told to do very little housework or yard-work - due to brain, spine and neck injuries. A friend DARREL - who looks like SANTA (or Dale or Paul) may come to work in the yard. They have permission to shower and do laundry, and Darrell can use any room which may be open, for his years of help. He's a lot of fun, if you like spirited conversation with humor...and is also a Craft ALE Festival and State Parks/hiking/Camping expert.
EVERYONE: please pitch in to help keep the place neat. Kindly do NOT leave wet things on wood furniture, as that ruins the finish (and this system has not reimbursed for any damages to furnishings so far...they will ask YOU to pay for damages) Thanks.
Please inquire early for all spaces, then click to Reserve when you are sure of details. Spaces can go fast...but changes do happen. Cancellation Policies on this service DO APPLY, please read them and check your Bus Schedule if needed, before finalizing your plan. If something is not in order, please let Julie know - as changes may be made, or already planned. PLEASE let Julie know when you expect to arrive. Hopefully she can be there to provide a tour and answer questions...but not always, so having ALL GUESTS read this page (and AirBnB Cancellation POLICIES) is important.
Be realistic, and respectful; it's not a formal BnB...just a comfy lived-in house... Craftsman-style Bungalow welcoming weekly and monthly Guests. No loud night life here - just a quiet neighborhood...with private sleeping rooms at a rate less than Hostels charge. No front Desk Staff...no Maids or Mothers either, lol. Everyone please pitch in. If you use it, clean it! Mops and Brooms are in the main Kitchen and utility areas. A Vacuum is in the basement utility area. Grocery shopping bags are here, and get you a discount for use.
** Please inquire, with your dates, and note any special needs or concerns. It helps to know your likely schedule...so everyone can get peace and privacy. TY! **
- Large BASEMENT space with en Suite bath - with egress and daylight.
- Master BR - with TWO walk-in closets. Best choice if you need it DARK to sleep in.
- Mini-Suite (taken now, by long-term house-mate Mel. He's a sweet, quiet guy)
- Main Floor Bedroom: w Oak Flooring, built-in cabinets, big closet, desk, fan and BIG garden window.
- Small Upper Room - available, but needs a bit of paint on a chimney and ceiling around it. (Taken for April 2015) Cheapest place in PDX, perhaps, for short stays mainly, Spring-Fall. TIP: If you can get something Private for $30/night downtown, or in Alberta or Hawthorne, ect TAKE IT - especially if you like to walk to food and activities in those zones to save Bus Fare, (Those are noisy areas, however - can you sleep thru car alarms, party and traffic noise?)
Sandy, Gateway and 122 are nearby shopping/food districts here, live music at 108th/Sandy..a fun bike ride away.
ECO-Friendly household - please CONSERVE energy, Close and lock doors and windows, and turn off Heat when you leave for the day.
READ what we RECYCLE at the CURB in Portland...ALMOST everything! Separate LIKE things in paper bags. Recyclables go to the garage or carport when full, then to a major sorting station.
NO food scraps, bottles, clean paper, or tin, in the trash, please. NOR most plastics - or glass unless it is broken. These are environmentally managed in Oregon. RECYCLE!
Put in the Compost pail ALL peelings, shells, food scraps. Bones too. If you are a Longer-term Guest, please help take the Compost Pail to the Bin 1x a week. (West of Kn)
NO CATS (or Ferrets). No exceptions --> due to allergies, and Friends with Asthma.
Don't spend all day at home, please. (Why were you coming to Portland, again? --- get OUT daily, and work your Portland plan!)
This is a NON-Commercial site -- > with a 1 Week Minimum Stay. Host currently has more than 1 Disability, and this is her only income at this time. So - If you cancel a reservation on this system ...the CANCELLATION POLICY APPLIES. Please the ALTER process if you need to change length of a stay...and explain the issue. Often concerns can be resolved, or a different space offered. Please read everything here. If you can afford a Hotel, and require MAID SERVICE, by all means, go to a Hotel, or offer a higher rate - since Julie has Brain and neck injuries now...and somewhat slow on projects...and may sell house since vigorous gardening and maintenance causes set-backs in recovery. Long Term Housemate proposals possible - but I need people who actually help out as if it was their own place, like an avid gardener, or person who LIKES mowing to make it possible to keep it. A ROOF project may happen by Fall. Best plan is to be away during days when that happens...and the small upper room will be taken off-line that week for a new ceiling also. It is too chilly in winter in that room for most people...so the Owner or Darrell sometimes use it)
It is often cool at night in Oregon, including Spring, and some summer nights. Pack LONG sleeves - warm socks, gloves, hoodie, a hat...warm clothing. Central gas heat November- March...but this is a Brewers house, and cool Temps are preferred for healthier air. Heat will NOT be set here to the 70's. (If you want that, please stay elsewhere) Bring sweaters, warm jammies, long-johns, warm robe and slippers if coming fall-Spring. Jules has 4 electric blankets available, very nice for initial bed-warming - but turn off ASAP after bed is comfy --> for conservation and to avoid exposure to EMFs. Please turn OFF Radiant/other space heaters when you leave the room...and EVERY time before you use a microwave...they may be on the same circuit. DO NOT use indoor space heaters outdoors. (yes someone did that...) There is a pleasant INDOOR Fireplace, and Julie will help you get it going safely. OPEN DAMPER before lighting - ALWAYS - and leave it open the next FULL day. Close screen before leaving the room EVERY time - sparks can SUDDENLY fly across the room, even if no flame is visible. SAFETY FIRST - always!
Please inquire first, with dates in your note. Thank you!
Host receives Phone texts, email,and checks this site most days.
Most evenings my Guests have a great house all to themselves.
Bake, create art, turn up music, read, just relax!
Fix a healthy breakfast, but do not spend all day here please! The mini-suite and basement are large enough to linger for a bit for reading,but do not stay all day running SPACE HEATERS or fans.
Get out to enjoy the city, Oregon COAST, magnificent GARDENS, Columbia River GORGE and many nearby waterfalls, and more of the region! KAYAK, SKI, go Skate-boarding, BIKE, take LONG Walks. Try all our Brew-Pub THEATERS! Food Pods, Breweries, and Happy Hour Food is GREAT in Portland, #1 in the USA.
Frequent interruptions tend to wear out one's welcome, yes?
Also please keep wood furnishings (and floors) clean and dry.
Guest Cupboard and storage items are left of the Stove.
My Guests need to have courtesy, humor, common sense, and MUST be independent. My friends Roy and Dale can help in a pinch, and I am usually available quick - by SMS or phone. It takes 20 mins to 1.5 hrs for me to travel to the house in an emergency if I am across town.
FREE PARKING - just not on the lawn, please.
My house has plenty of on and off-street parking...and it is FINE to park across the street, to the west, also. OK to park in driveways in front of Garage and Carport. All Neighbors are decent people, but couple in the blue house to the North prefer no Cars be parked in front of their fence.
This peaceful Portland Craftsman is a corner property,
near 2 major Freeways, Public Transit, the PDX Airport.
#22 Bus comes to the house from GATEWAY Transit Center. Major shopping stores are there too! (just a 5 min short hop by bus) Another bus links us to TWO Transit Centers w/in 5 mins. The 87 runs along 102nd, just a couple blocks West of the property. See (website hidden) for Maps and Schedules... Transit Planner and real-time Transit Tracker tools.
5 spaces - have separate Calendars and varied photos of the property - so please look around, then inquire from the Room Listing of MOST interest to you, so the Calendar for THAT space will work. Inquiries accepted now...always include dates as you best know them. Either of us can propose an Alteration to a Reservation.
Cable TV, easy access (no Password) WI FI, Travel Books, CDs, and language study materials are here to use while here. Some VHS Film and music CDs too. Classical and Rock Cassettes, Yes, lol.
If interested in Purchasing, OR BEING A CO-OWNER at the Property, please ensure that you Qualify for Financing. (I found Properties at the Coast I'd like to buy...so now is the time to consider a change)
LEASE-OPTION POSSIBLE for this property. Buyers could come any daylight hour...and will NOT enter any closed door without permission. Ok to request just 1 or more rooms, while you work to Qualify for Financing ~ and Save a Down-payment to Purchase! A large Down or Option Fee is required if you want Julie and her stuff gone full-time. Part-time / on-going housemate status is possible...as she wants to buy another Property...and is only Part-Time at the house now. Am flexible on Sale Terms, but I don't want to carry a long-term loan without proof of security, and a large enuf Down Payment - to allow me to buy something else.
TYVM. Welcome to my house. I wish us all Peace for our Journey! Jules