Beautiful bedroom with private bath and TV lounge suite in San Diego's historic neighborhood overlooking Downtown. Bon Appetit award winning kitchen and featured SD Home and Garden home located on same block as PETCO Park and San Diego Library.
This is a great up and coming historic neighborhood experience with easy access to East Village and Gas Lamp District in Downtown San Diego. Catch a Padres baseball game, visit our new stunning library, trolley access to Balboa Park and stunning San Diego harbor views.
Bedroom, bathroom with claw foot tub, TV lounge room, laundry room and kitchen with views of Downtown skyline.
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I live in the upstairs master loft and when home I am happy to help with sight seeing tips and I always enjoy learning about my guests.
All water throughout home is filtered.
My home is my sanctuary and I expect my guests to be respectful of this space. When using the kitchen and laundry rooms please clean up when you are done. Please do not pet my dog named Boz. He is a mature american rottweiler who has the very important job of making sure me and my guests are safe. Last rule: relax, enjoy and explore!
I am a certified yoga teacher who loves travel, adventure and meeting like minded individuals. I am passionate about cooking and gardening. My home is my sanctuary and I restored it with lots of loving attention, details and salvaged furniture. Besides my children, my greatest accomplishment has been my vision to return a trashed-out 125-year-old Victorian in Sherman Heights to its original splendor. When I found the home in 2004 it had been divided into three rental units. It took six months to find the original footprint of the house. After three and a half years of restoration, the footprint now is mostly as it was in 1898. More beams have been added to the living room and the charcoal-burning fireplace was converted to wood. All original moldings and windows had to be replaced and porches and exterior millwork redone. Floors throughout are hand-scraped, pre-finished teak. Because the house now is a designated San Diego Historical Site, the exterior palette complies with its history. It has been a wonderful adventure to reinvent an urban life-style in Sherman Heights. I hope you will decide to come visit!