The house is a one-story 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage. This is an entire-home rental. There is a queen-size bed in each of the 3 (Website hidden by Airbnb) master suite has a private master bathroom accessed directly from the bedroom. The shower is 9' long by 3' wide with two shower heads: regular and a 10" diameter "rain" shower head, and tiled floor to ceiling with porcelain tiles and a large glass-block window which lets in plenty of light. A walk in closet is located off the bathroom. The bedroom has real hardwood floors. Light comes in through French doors that look into the large backyard. The two other bedrooms (both with queen-sie beds and hardwood floors) share another full bath (also with dual shower heads as described above) and a large 6'x3' glass block window.
The kitchen has matching appliances, with a gas oven and stove, a microwave and a dishwasher. The living room has a 47" LCD HDTV, PS3 (Blu-ray player) and, 5.1 Surround Stereo you are free to enjoy. The house also has wi-fi.
There is a large fenced backyard, covered patio, and 2 car garage. The house is located in a nice residential neighborhood only 6.2 miles from downtown. It's a straight shot up S. First Street and you can take just 1 bus with no transfers. We are also near a very large popular shopping area (Southpark Meadows Shopping on Slaughter Avenue) complete with Super Wal-Mart, Super Target, Sam's Club and 17 screen Tinseltown movie theater.
About the host:
I love to travel and to experience difference cultures especially by visiting places I have never been to before. I try not to do the same place twice.I especially enjoy going to a country where I feel that I'm IN ANOTHER COUNTRY.
When I travel, I prefer to either go with/visit someone from that country (who speaks the language) and stay with them... and get to experience life as a local, and not as a tourist.
I'm both a Webmaster and an American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreter for the Deaf. I've lived in Austin for the past 19 years.
Motto: "You only live once... but if you work it right, once is enough." So, live life to it's fullest and experience as much as you can.