Garden House Vanderbilt/ The Village

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Entire bungalow hosted by Amy

2 guests, 1 bedroom, 1 bed, 1 bath
Entire home
You’ll have the bungalow to yourself.
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Great location
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Bed, bath and a pond! A sunny cottage in a large garden with a Koi pond just 2 blocks from Vanderbilt and 4 from Belmont and Music Row.

At the corner Is Hillsboro Village, home to 15+ eateries-sports bars, coffee houses, live music, ice cream parlor, pool hall, an independent cinema, and cool shops - all you need for city living.

Clubs and downtown are 8 minutes + a $5 Uber away or take the bus or rent a bike.

There are rabbits in our yard.

The space
Sunny and bright, this 1950's cottage is a an add-on to my pre-Civil War farmhouse with a couple of old fashioned details.
There is a built in ironing board, an attic fan which can be used to pull air though the entire house...great on balmy days and nights.

The shelves hold overflow books....some of which you can take with you to finish. Just ask.
Wi-fi, naturally
The television accesses Netflix, Amazon, HBO, Xfinity cable channels and Blockbuster.
There is a very good radio because I am an NPR junkie.
Bluetooth speaker to plug your iPod or magic phone into.
Also, there is a dedicated charging station for your electronics.

The queen sized bed has a new Tufts & Needles mattress.
All cotton bedding is washed with fragrance free products.

The kitchen is well provided with glasses and plates.
There is a full sized microwave and a toaster oven should you feel the urge to heat up your take out Kurdish lamb.
Coffee, a variety of teas, creamer,snacks and fruit are stocked.

The house has its own driveway for parking and there is plenty of street parking at night and on wk-ends.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom
1 queen bed

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
TV
Washer
Dryer
Air conditioning
Patio or balcony
Backyard
Indoor fireplace

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Where you’ll be

Nashville, Tennessee, United States

This is truly the most urban and comfortable neighborhood in town. Hillsboro Village really is an old village. And although the shoe repair shop has given way to gourmet ice-cream, it still a wonderfully convenient place to be.
At one corner of Acklen there is everything anyone could wish - at least a dozen restaurants, 3 coffee houses, a cinema which serves drinks and Indie movies,a pizza parlor, a bakery, a dive bar, a pool hall, a micro brewery, clothing stores, ice cream parlor, bike rental, post office, dry cleaner, florist, optician, dentists, beauty products shop and more.
Vanderbilt begins at the east edge of the Village. Belmont University is just 3 blocks up the hill; take a left and you are on Music Row.

If you are a walker, it is a 2.2 mile jaunt down to Lower Broad with something to look at, drink at, eat at or explore at almost every cross street.
There is only one boring stretch as you cross the interstate and NO sketchy stretches. This is the only area of town that can claim that.

At the other end of the block, there is Dragon Park with free, public tennis and basketball courts.
Five more blocks and you reach the West End / Centennial Park area with great shopping , my favorite dive bar and more restaurants including excellent Indian food.

What's not to like?

Hosted by Amy

  1. Joined in November 2013
  • 106 Reviews
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As a somewhat demented (I am told) old woman who traveled widely in her youth, I found that gardening, reading, running an antique jewelry store and promoting musical fundraisers in my back yard (Backyard Opry on (Hidden by Airbnb) ) left me with too much time on my hands, so I decided to be an Airbnb host. So far, so good.
As a somewhat demented (I am told) old woman who traveled widely in her youth, I found that gardening, reading, running an antique jewelry store and promoting musical fundraisers i…

Co-hosts

  • Dustin

During your stay

My house is next door to you. Be as private or as friendly as you wish.

Please, call me if you need something, do not be shy.
Please, let me know if something is not functioning up to par.

I am flexible about checkout, especially if no one is coming in on your heels. Just talk to me about this if you need it. I don't like the idea of my guests wandering the streets with their luggage because they have a late flight.
If you need transport or any advance information, let me know.

If you are gluten free or lactose intolerant, let me know.

I am always around mornings and evenings, so feel free to use my 70 years in Nashville to your advantage.
I am happy to advise on food, shopping, hidden corners of the town and which of the music venues are worth the visit.

If there are unexpected needs I usually have people for them.
My house is next door to you. Be as private or as friendly as you wish.

Please, call me if you need something, do not be shy.
Please, let me know if something is no…

Amy is a Superhost

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  • Language: English
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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: Flexible
Checkout: 12:00 PM
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

Health & safety

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Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $300

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