Cozy bedroom, guest bathroom & free street parking. Safe neighborhood. Road warriors: near I-65, I-465, I-865. 10 mins to Carmel. 15 mins to Convention Center. Near Butler U and Marian U. Features a performance salon for traveling artists + yoga studio for health nuts! A peaceful place.
Comfy, clean, and quiet bed & bath, yoga studio/concert salon.
Plush electric blanket on bed for those cold Indiana nights.
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The guest bathroom is reserved for guests. If you are the only guest, you will have a private bathroom! If there is another guest, you will share the guest bathroom. There is also a half-bath downstairs.
I have my own bathroom and will never get in your way. :)
*Kitchen/Dining: store and heat up food.
*Washer/Dryer are for long-term guests only--stays of longer than one week.
*Beat Lounge: You can use my yoga/artist salon to to stretch your limbs or strum your strings. (I've had some musicians make recordings here!) Please check with me on schedule as I have a workout schedule every night.
Other things to note
I have created a healthy, green, environmentally responsible living space.
Indiana is bitter cold in the winter and hot and humid in the summer.
Please dress for the season accordingly:
*Layered sweaters and socks in the winter
*Shorts and t-shirts in the summer
Whenever possible, I prefer open windows, fans, and lots of fresh air.
~Smoke outdoors only away from open windows and collect and dispose of ashes and cigarette butts.
~Tap water is preferred over bottled water. If you must drink landfill-clogging bottled water, please leave your bottles for me to recycle. :)
I live in and enjoy sharing my home with seasoned, easy-going travelers and ask that you respect my home and remember the spirit and intent of AirBnb. I am sharing my home with you and sometimes other travelers. If you need complete privacy and hotel amenities, you might want to stay in a hotel.
I observe and respect Eastern traditions:
No shoes indoors. Take them off at the door. Bring indoor slippers or flip flops.
No non-registered guests.
No partying. Have a drink but be a grown-up.
My place is not set up for children. Polite, travel-wise teenagers accompanying their parents are welcome.
Guests 18-20 may stay only if in Indy for work.
Host will not be held liable for any accidents, injuries, or illness that occurs while on the premises or its facilities. The host is not responsible for the loss of personal belongings or valuables of the guest. By accepting this reservation, it is agreed that all guests are expressly assuming the risk of any harm arising from their use of the premises or others whom they invite to use the premises. No drugs, drunkenness, or weapons allowed on premises
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Hi future friend!
My name is Amy. I work IT by day and sometimes write plays, which I produce at national fringe venues. I love to surround myself with the "fringe" artists here in my town. I'm also an indie music promoter and a concert reviewer.
I can't stand staying in one place too long! If I don't have the luxury of traveling, then I open my home as a AirBnb host and live vicariously through other travelers.
I have an intimate concert venue in the atelier of my home. If you're an artist with a following and CDs, hit me, and we maybe can work out a concert/lodging deal! If you love music indie music, especially stuff you've never heard of before, then maybe you'll get lucky and stay with me on a night night when we have a concert scheduled.
I've hosted travelers from near and far, representing six continents and 19 countries, from writers to photographers to actors to musicians to sculptors to painters to filmmakers to opera singers.
I love traveling internationally, but since flying has become such a hassle, I have spent the last few years exploring my own country! I love San Francisco, Key West, Utah, Alaska, Washington, Kentucky, the Smokeys, and the Great Lakes, and have visited over thirty national parks. I'm a transplant to Indy, but I've done a fairly decent job of making it my home. I'd like to make your stay as enjoyable as possible, so please do not hesitate to ask about venues, restaurants, and neighborhoods.
I like to run, bike, camp, play with my best friends--that is my handsome dog and fun-loving kitty, and shop for old record albums. In the summer, you'll find me in my garden tending veggies, herbs, flowers, and hummingbirds. I visit Indiana State Parks as often as possible, and if you're here for a spell, I can give recommendations.
When I visit other cities, I am interested in local history, ghost tours, locally sourced dining, farmer's markets, and local literary/music legends.
As a host, I am more hands-off and expect you to be able to take care of yourself and be flexible and open while respecting my home. As a guest, I am tidy, quiet, and cheerful, and fully understand the difference between staying in a hotel and staying in someone's home.