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We're both originally from Michigan but have called Pittsburgh home for a combined 18 years.
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Location was the primary decider in our choice, as we were working in the area. There is a great coffee shop just a short walk away and next to it a good sandwich shop. I love the food at El Burro also just around the corner (cheap and cheerful Mexican). There are also some good choices for dining within a few minutes drive.
The house is very charming with some unique and interesting decor, as well as some original details. The kitchen/dining was spacious and well equipped. The bathrooms were tastefully renovated, although the shower seemed to have some water pressure issues at times.
Our hosts were very welcoming and friendly - although we did not meet in person. They also were willing to negotiate on price.
There is no internet listed on the profile, but we were given log-in details to wifi that we could use - although this proved problematic as it would not always allow our devices connect. No problem, the coffee shop nearby had free wifi and we were able to check emails etc there.
I would certainly stay there again.
Danny and Kimbas home is a classic pittsburgh row home, exactly what we were looking for, they've done a nice job restoring it, we especially liked the kitchen and having the record player with great records. The neighborhood seems to be safe although is close to some questionable areas. Communication was good also.
Two friends and I had a great weekend staying at Kimba and Danny's place in the Northside area of Pittsburgh. The place was spacious almost to the point of being cavernous; we used all three bedrooms and barely got in each other's way at all. It was an oddly charming blend of historic and modern: despite the vegan cookbooks and band posters, the place is old, and they've gone to some trouble to preserve its character. Kitchen seemed well-equipped (gas stove, cast iron skillets) but we didn't have time to use it. If I had one complaint, it'd be that the place was a little dark. It's a deep row home without a ton of natural light (although my east-facing bedroom was lovely in the morning!) and a bit more artificial light wouldn't hurt.
The neighborhood seemed safe and quiet; I accidentally left an iPod in my car all weekend, potentially visible from the outside, and it wasn't touched. There were delicious tacos (El Burro) and a decent coffee shop (Crazy Mocha) within three blocks of the house. To get downtown, my friends and I walked about a mile and then took a free (!) train to the center of town. The trains stopped running before last call, so I used Uber to get back; it wasn't too expensive.
We never met Danny and Kimba, though Kimba sent prompt and helpful responses to my questions about wi-fi and parking.
I'd definitely stay here again.
Danny and Kim were friendly, clean, and quiet. I hope to see them again!
An easy, nice guest.
Danny and his wife Kim were the perfect guests to launch our beginning in Airbnb. I think they too enjoyed the experience and respected Sancta Maria, leaving it as they found it. It was interesting to learn a little of their lives and I would be more than happy to see them again.
Danny and Kimba are dear friends and wonderful people. We've spent many good hours in their home. They are generously hospitable, kind, responsible, interesting folks and their home is full of light and life.