If you've ever wanted to try tiny house living, this is your opportunity! The space is 8 x 12 and includes 96 ft.² of downstairs living plus a lot with a queen-sized bed. There is a full-size shower, toilet, sink, refrigerator and microwave.
If you've ever wanted to try tiny house living, this is your opportunity. The space is 8 x 12 and includes 96 sq. ft. of downstairs living plus a lot with a queen-sized bed bringing the total living space to 120 sq ft. Don’t fear, there is a full-size shower (32x32), toilet (not a compostable one), sink, tiny refrigerator, plus induction and microwave ovens, and of course, AC (since it’s Texas.)
The space features custom-made sconces with Edison bulbs and a butcher-block counter. If you can't make it up the ladder to the sleeping loft there's a chaise lounge downstairs. People have used the chaise for sleeping, but it’s way to short for a comfy night, in my opinion, unless you’re on the short side.
The house lives (and sometimes moves) to backyards on the hip east side of Austin. The location(s) are roughly less than a mile to everything good in Austin: UT Stadium, Capitol, downtown, 2nd Street, Convention Center, 6th Street, but it’s SUPA close to East Austin SXSW venues and walkable haunts like: White Horse, Hillside Pharmacy, The Wheel, El Chilito, Quickie Pickie, Yellow Jacket Social Club, Juiceland, East End Wines, Blue Dahlia, etc. In fact, Hipstercite says of the hood:
"The neighborhood is a cultural and artistic melting pot. And ... holds a dense history of segregation and gentrification.” Yea that
Parking is steps from front door.
Several bus stops are located in walking vicinity. The best way to find exactly which bus takes you to the location you need to be is through smart phone map feature. If you don’t have a smart phone, the Capital Metro website does a great job of showing you which route to take.
Bus 6 East:
5 minutes to get to downtown 10th/Congress
Bus 10 South:
4 minutes to get to the Convention Center 7 minutes to get to SOCO
The Airport Flyer is awesome! It’s a city bus that takes you to and from the airport for $2 (exact change only.) On the hour and half hour, the Airport Flyer is at the airport lower level right outside the baggage claim, on the far right end of the passenger pick-up terminal. Look for the arrows and signs that read “Capital Metro.”
Texas Stadium 3 minutes
Erwin Center 1 minute Entertainment District 4 minutes
Business District 4 minutes
Ann & Roy Butler Hike & Bike Trail
This trail is a local favorite for running and biking, but it’s recently been listed in Women’s Health magazine as one of the “Top 10 Nature Runs in the United States.”
To get to the trail take Navasota Street (.4 mi) and continue straight on E. 11th (.2), turn right on Comal (1.2 mi) until you reach the lake and trail.
Bike share: Austin’s freshly launched bike share program B-cycle is awesome. You can pick up a bike downtown, for example, ride it to the Eastside, and leave it at a docking station. Rides of less than 30 minutes are free with a daily $8 or weekly $25 rate (available at kiosks) or annual $80 membership. Web search station locations and sign up.
Interakcija s gostima
I'm closeby to be helpful or hands off to give you privacy. I love meeting visitors to Austin (love, love my city) but I'm happy to give you a Bluetooth code to get in the house all by yourself. You be the decider.
Outside the house is a patio with table and grill that is for the front house tenants. Please be courteous and quiet so as not to disturb neighbors.
Parking is available on the New York Avenue. Please do not park in the driveway or alleyway. There is plenty of free parking on the street.
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Mid 40's from the United States, staying in eastern Europe for the summer. Father is a professor and attorney, mother is a business woman, children are smart, sweet and courteous.