This Old West Side home is situated between downtown Ann Arbor and the UM stadium, each only a 10-minute walk away. Free parking is guaranteed either on the street or in the driveway. Football fans who enjoy downtown amenities and the electric excitement of game day may take a break at the house located conveniently nearby. The hilly, leafy neighborhood outside, and the smoke-free, pet-free, and dust-mite-minimal interior create a clean, comfortable accommodation for a family or group.
The house has many rooms, which is ideal for large groups doing different activities. The kitchen is a large farmhouse style, with the table in the middle; the living room has ample seating for watching the game, and its doors close the room so that people sleeping on the couches (or rollaway beds) in there have bedroom-like privacy.
Guests renting the entire house will all have three levels, plus the front porch, the backyard patio, and parking spaces on the street and in the lower driveway. The front door has a key entry and the back door has a coded entry.
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When guests rent the entire house, the hosts will not be present, but they will always be available by text or phone.
The driveway is a shared driveway, and therefore it must always be kept open for the neighboring house to access. No cars may be parked such they block the neighbors from their side and their garage. Almost always, however, guests can park on the street, directly in front of the house, for free, and safely.
Guests must have filled out their Airbnb profile, posted a clear facial photo (no sunglasses, and no distant photos), and submitted the name(s) of other guests in their party. Absolutely no pets are allowed at any time on the premises. Also no smoking, unregistered guests, or loud noises.
My husband, Larry, and I have lived in this house since 1992. We raised our children here while improving and eventually doubling the size of the house. Larry is an engineer, physicist,and amateur photographer; and I am a writer of sorts, having published a walking guide to Ann Arbor called Riverwalks. I love trees, good art, philosophical conversations, and homemaking. We enjoy traveling and hosting travelers, and we do look forward to hosting you!