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On the plus side, the house is in a quiet neighborhood with tree-lined streets. It's quite spacious with a nice deck and large backyard. Unfortunately, "sparsely furnished" is the only way to describe it. There's a reason that there are no photos on the posting. There were 3 beds, a kitchen table with chairs, and 1 sofa. That's it. No tv, no coffee table, no armchairs, no bedside tables, nothing. And no "extras," like trash cans in the bathrooms or even a shower curtain! Most upsetting, however, is how dirty the house was. The sheets were so old that they ripped while we were sleeping. The blankets and pillow shams had weird fuzzy hairy things on them. There were a few spiderwebs and cobwebs, but dog hair was EVERYWHERE. Random things, like a ball under the sofa or painter's tape with a nail stuck to it, made me think that the house hadn't been cleaned after the owners moved out. Yes, the house is for sale and the realtor showed up one morning. She was incredibly apologetic, but it was still an unexpected intrusion. If we had known how barren the house was, I think it would have been less of a shock. But what really bothered us was how dirty it was. At the same time, Corinne was incredibly responsive, let us know beforehand that the cereal bowls and cutting boards hadn't arrived in time for our stay and offered to overnight us hangers when we told her that there weren't any. Given that responsiveness, I was surprised by the state of the house.