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Vintage Bungalow in Central Austin

Cały dom (gospodarzem jest Caroline)
4 gości1 sypialnia1 łóżko1 łazienka
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Located between Historic Hyde Park and North Loop, this peaceful retreat will have you relaxing under tall pecan trees while still being near downtown, UT, and all that Austin has to offer. Furnished with vintage pieces, original artwork, massive record collection, and modern comfort, including fiber internet, washer & dryer, and plenty of parking.

We recently added a large private screened in porch with a sleeping sofa, ceiling fan, wifi and lots of outlets!

Miejsce
Original 1940s hardwood floors and moulding, picture window in the kitchen onto the rambling backyard and vegetable garden, furnished with vintage and modern pieces and original artwork. Lots of lamps! I am not a fan of overhead light (though every room has the option). All the artwork is original and for sale.

The house is secluded and has a large backyard with a screened in porch as an additional bedroom or living space. There is also a small table for dining on the front porch, watching the sunset and the bikes and strollers pass on this quiet street.

The bed has a new mattress, soft but springy and suitable to most people. The kitchen is great for those who love to cook, but I'm an appliance minimalist, so no microwave or toaster. French press & electric kettle, for coffee & tea, which we provide.

There is a washer & dryer, dishwasher, disposal, and new fridge with ice maker. There is a Berkey water filter, for freshly filtered water.

We rent this as a one-bedroom and use the other bedroom for our storage. But additional sleeping options include the living room couch and the sleeper sofa on the back screen porch.

Dostęp dla gości
Laid-back vintage living room with record player, fiber high-speed Wi-Fi, dining room (which doubles as an excellent office space) with dimmable chandelier, shakers & martini glasses for cocktails, a bed you won't want to leave in the morning, a closet with plenty of hangers & drawer space, outdoor porch & screen porch, firepit, charcoal grill, hammock, books, and comfy chairs! Driveway and street parking. The gardens are yours to enjoy, when veggies & flowers are growing, as well as the delicious figs, loquats, & pecans from the trees. My art studio is in the backyard, and not available to guests, but you're welcome to have a look!

Inne ważne rzeczy
A pet-free house. We have an infant, so can make high chair, bassinet and other baby items available on request.
Located between Historic Hyde Park and North Loop, this peaceful retreat will have you relaxing under tall pecan trees while still being near downtown, UT, and all that Austin has to offer. Furnished with vintage pieces, original artwork, massive record collection, and modern comfort, including fiber internet, washer & dryer, and plenty of parking.

We recently added a large private screened in porch with a…
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Austin, Teksas, Stany Zjednoczone

I adore this neighborhood. Hyde Park is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Austin, with the shade of tall pecan trees and historic homes. It's walking distance to many coffee shops, restaurants & food trucks, and a quick drive or bus ride to the university, downtown, or the hopping east side. It's set just enough away from those things to feel quiet & peaceful.

Hyde Park town center is located on Duval around 43rd street, where you can find a small grocery store, Quack’s bakery, Asti for a fine Italian dinner, Hyde Park Bar and Grill for comfort American food (and killer French fries), and Mother’s Café for old Austin hippy vegetarian fare, as well as a vegan burger truck. There’s also Antonelli’s cheese shop (with olives, charcuterie, and good baguettes), and Julio’s, which is a cash-only fabulous tex-mex restaurant with the best rotisserie chicken in town (and caldo de pollo, if you’re under the weather!).

The Elisabet Ney museum is also in Hyde Park at 45th st. and Ave. G, next to Shipe Park, which has a playground, basketball court, and a pool open during the summer. Elisabet Ney was a german sculptor who lived in Hyde Park in the 1800s, and the museum was her studio. It’s a great way to get a sense of the neighborhood’s history!

Another little center within walking distance is North Loop, which is 53rd street around Avenue G and F, just west of Duval. Here there’s Homeslice Pizza, an Austin favorite. Delicious pies, calzones, meatball subs and salads, and a fun bar, indoor and out. They also have an astroturf hill for the kids, which seems to be a bigger hit than any playground! Drink Well is at Ave F, my favorite watering hole for a very good cocktail (also a great – small – burger and other light bites). Foreign and Domestic is a fun restaurant across the street with inventive food for dinner and weekend brunch on Sunday. Pharah’s is a middle eastern restaurant with belly dancers on the weekends. Work Horse is an old-Austin-style dive bar, with a pretty good burger and a lot of beers on tap. And there’s a vegan taco truck, and tons of antique and vintage stores. (Bertha’s Paradise is great for high-end vintage and resale designer, and Henry, the owner is a hysterical character to play dress-up with!)

Down the hill a bit to the west from there is Epoch coffee shop (another old grungy Austin one – for some reason this neighborhood has avoided the uber-clean hipster coffee trend!), Blue Velvet vintage, and Breakaway Records.

Even closer to home, at 51st and Duval, you’ll find a coffee shop called Flight Path (old school Austin grungy – the coffee is really not that good, unless you order coldbrew, and the vibe is like a college co-op from the 90s, but it’s a great place to get computer work done and has a nice covered porch), the Peddler Bike Shop for bike rentals and repairs. They also host a couple weekly rides, Wednesday night and Sunday morning, I believe, but check for the current schedule. This corner also has biscuits & groovy, a yummy truck for ordering vegan or regular biscuits will all kinds of toppings. Pair you biscuit with a cold brew from Flight Path and a topo (that's Austin for fizzy water), and you're ready for your slow morning Austin weekend!

Airport Blvd is an ugly street, but it’s slowly transforming, with lots of walkable restaurants. You will be able to smell the donuts baking at Mrs. Johnson’s bakery from here around 8 or 9 pm, and they are only really right to eat at night, when they’re freshly baked! They stay open late, maybe all night. Tyson’s tacos are delicious and they have a huge menu. Friday dinnertime they offer free Lone Star beer too. Sa-ten is a great coffee shop with Japanese flair and good lunch options. Komé is a very inventive and delicious Japanese restaurant (though loud at night, if there’s more than 2 of you), with great lunch. Sala and Betty is a family-owned restaurant that uses fresh local products and has family-style to-go portions, yummy sandwiches, and a brie burger that’s pretty ridiculous, as well as lots of veggies. Bun Belly is Vietnamese, pretty cute inside and also good for take-away bun and pho. All of these are walkable if you turn right from the house, turn right on 51st, and turn right on Airport. (Except Sala and Betty & Kome are left, and further up the road is Quality Seafood, an institution! Don’t bother if you come from a place near the sea, but it’s a great old spot for dining in on gulf oysters, king crab, and every kind of regional fish, and also a great place to pick up fish to cook. Monday nights the jazz babies play, and you’ll feel like you're in a Woody Allen movie.) A little further south on Airport, there’s the Omelettrey, a classic diner, and the Soup Peddler, an Austin favorite for soups, smoothies, and juices. A great option to bring back home on a chilly night! There’s also Sweet Ritual, a vegan ice cream parlor that often has a line out the door, and a big billiards hall there too. That shopping center also has Toy Joy! A toy store-institution, and great place to play. There's also New Bohemia vintage and a liquor store.

If you’re a coffee snob, the best place nearby is Houndstooth (although Sa-Ten is very good), which is at 42nd and Lamar. You’ll want to drive or bike there, but it’s delish. Also delish in the shopping center are the tacos at TacoDeli, and Uchiko, one of Austin (and the country’s) best restaurants. It gets packed (try making a reservation), but their social hour from 5-6:30 is a great deal.

If you feel like ordering pizza, you can pick up from East Side Pies at 5312 Airport, just three blocks north of here. It’s delicious and they have every topping under the sun. They have slices available at the counter too.

If you have a car, and don’t feel like entering the frenzy of downtown or the east side, but want a nice dinner out, Barleyswine and Buffalina Due are 2 of my favorites. They’re in the same shopping center on Burnet Rd. Barleyswine requires reservations; Buffalina can usually seat you right away for divine neopolitan-style pizza (they have a busier location on Cesar Chavez, so we love the north location!).

The world’s best convenient store is the flag store, at 45th and Duval. It’s got the biggest selection imaginable of beer, ice cream, and chocolate, with a decent selection of wine and other fun beverages (and hosts the vegan burger truck). Also at that intersection is Juice Land, with delicious juices and raw vegan food. And there’s a record store in there.

If you need a big grocery store/pharmacy, HEB is just south on Red River (one block east of Caswell), at 42nd. That shopping center also has a liquor store and various other things.
other groceries are:
• Fresh Plus in Hyde Park (43rd and Duval) has most everything you need and is easier for running in and out.
• Wheatsville Co-op (34th and Guadelupe) is great locally sourced health food store.
• Central Market (40th and Lamar) is owned by HEB, but more like a Whole Foods, with lots of imported items and extensive take-out. Go on a weekend, and sample your way through the store! They also have a restaurant and live outdoor music.
I adore this neighborhood. Hyde Park is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Austin, with the shade of tall pecan trees and historic homes. It's walking distance to many coffee shops, restaurants & food trucks, a…

Gospodarzem jest Caroline

Z nami od: lipiec 2012
  • 24 recenzje
  • Tożsamość zweryfikowana
full-time artist; cyclist, cellist, two-stepper, cook and friend!
W trakcie pobytu
I let my guests self-check-in at their leisure. But I am available by text to help out any way I can!
  • języki: English, Français, Italiano
  • Wskaźnik aktywności: 90%
  • Czas odpowiedzi: w ciągu kilku godzin
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