Quiet, comfortable, and peaceful three-bedroom townhome in small complex close to Intel, Nike, HIO, MAX light rail (walking distance), shopping, library, and parks. Rear deck with views of the green space.
Free parking on premises
1 queen bed
1 double bed
1 air mattress
Not suitable for children and infants - No fenced back yard. House on slope with steep drop off in back yard. Plants in front yard. Many breakable vintage items.
No parties or events
Check-in time is 11AM - 2PM
Check out by 11AM
Wide doorway to the home’s entrance
Wide hallway clearance
We found many variety of restaurants near the house. It was great for take out. The kitchen was very basically equipped if you like to cook. We had to buy a knife, a colander, some bowls, and a pair of scissors. The back of the house is facing wooded area, spotted some deers. …
Response from Debra:
Thank you, Kaori. I'm glad you enjoyed your stay and that you will enjoy living in Portland. I did notice one knife and two bowls you left. I'm not certain why you needed the bowls, as I have a huge dish set in the cupboard? I thought the two bowls were food and water bowls for you dogs? As to the internet. The mobile hotspot had a data card and has/was already registered/set-up. During walk-through you seemed uncomfortable with using a hotspot (your son said he would explain it to you) so I said I would order traditional wi-fi the next day, and I did.
The host was there to greet us and gave us a thorough walk-thru. However, prior to our stay I felt as though she was trying to convince us to cancel.
Response from Debra:
To address Logan's feedback: 1) I am sorry that Logan felt that I was trying to convince her to cancel. I sent Logan an email prior to check in to let her know what I didn't have as far as amenities, as I have found that some guests don't view my entire listing before booking. After I explained what amenities I don't have, that have been commented about, I wrote the following, " If you have an issue with any of these things, I wouldn't be offended if you booked elsewhere. I want you to have a good experience, and I want the same. Regards." Logan said they wouldn't be at the house much and basically just needed a place to sleep. Other emails were about guests, as the number increased to 5, and about check-in. 2) During check in, Logan, her husband, and I did discuss the air mattress and its size, as now there would be an extra guest. Logan said the girl would only be staying one night, if I recall correctly, and I suggested putting it in the living room if necessary, as I explained that a guest had left it and I wasn't certain of the size. 3) As further example of guests not reading my entire listing: in the "Guest Access" section of my listing I had "As to parking, "Note: My home is part of an HOA. There is driveway parking. Street parking is not allowed." We discussed the size of the garage as their car was larger but they said they would just park in the driveway, which is what my listing said anyway. They said they were okay with it, as there would be no other car since they would be picking up other guests at the airport who were flying in from Montana. I lave just now added details to my listing about the size of the garage and the car it will accommodate should someone want to use it but do prefer people park their car in the driveway. That said, Thank you, Logan, for washing the sheets. I hope you and your guests had a nice reunion.
I used to live and work in Silicon Valley, California. My last job there was at Intel Corporation which is why I purchased my home in Orenco.
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