Bright, beautiful, and spacious room in charming Vilas neighborhood. Comfortable bed, desk, dresser, and closets. Hardwood floors, ceiling fan, and central A/C.
Centrally located with easy parking. Half mile to campus. 1.7 miles to Capitol. A few blocks to Vilas Park, Lake Wingra, the Arboretum, and Monroe St. shops. Near bike paths and bus. Quiet street and neighborhood.
This beautiful room is only available in summer. Find my year-round AirBnB room at www.airbnb.com/rooms/3421990.
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See www.airbnb.com/rooms/3421990 for reviews of my other AirBnB room that is tucked away in the attic. This is the biggest bedroom in my house, which I share with my housemate, Matt. We are both clean and tidy graduate students. This room and our two bedrooms are on the second floor. The house is a 1937 Colonial in good condition and artfully decorated.
The full bathroom (with tub and shower) is shared with Matt and me. There is rarely ever a wait for the shower because I usually shower at the gym. There is a half bath on the first floor for when someone is showering upstairs. Towels and bed linens provided.
There is wi-fi and a desk, making a nice space to work, relax, or just crash.
Guests can arrive when it's convenient for them and let themselves in with a key left in a lock box. They keep the key for the duration of their stay.
Guests typically do not use kitchen (except for small things like a glass of water), living room, or other common spaces, besides the upstairs bathroom. The bedroom is quite spacious, with room to sleep, work, do some yoga, or just lounge.
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I am available to help throughout your stay if you need recommendations for places to eat or things to do around Madison, or if anything comes up with the room.
- No shoes in the house. Please be quiet and considerate.
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I am a sociologist studying the politics of global environmental change. I've lived in Brazil, La Paz, and Portugal, as well as both coasts of the United States. When I'm not working, I play fiddle with my friends and enjoy reading and walking in the arboretum, just minutes from the house. These days my life motto is to "live my yoga", which includes a contentment about the past and honesty about the present.