The SpaceOur 1940s cottage was remodeled in 2012, but we tried to maintain the character of the building. Upstairs houses the living room, bathroom with shower, bedroom, and kitchen. Downstairs has 2 more 'bedrooms' which do not have doors. There are two couches that could be used to sleep on as well as floor space for 1-2 air mattresses. There is also a small family room and laundry. Outside a small creek flows beside the cottage and mature maple trees provide cool shade. A large deck and 2 car carport and RV parking area are in the front. Guest AccessThe cottage is a guest house on our 32 acre farm, Dirty Boots Ranch, where we live. Guests have the cottage, deck, and parking area all to themselves. Parking is ample and we allow RVs and boats. Guests are welcome to walk or cross country ski on the property, but please be mindful to close gates, don't touch electric fences and watch your children around the animals. Interaction with GuestsWe are a family of 5, but 2 of the kids have left for college. I telework from home, so I am available to help my guests as needed. The NeighborhoodBeautiful farm located in rolling hills at the base of Mt. Spokane. Large Ponderosa Pine trees line the hilltops and flat land is covered in hay. Hot in the summer and cold and snowy in the winter- this is a beautiful place to relax and enjoy animals and nature. Getting AroundThe cottage is in a country setting with farms all around. There are no bus services in the area, so you must have a car. We are 5 miles from Hwy 2, 45 minutes from Silverwood Theme Park, 30 minutes to downtown Spokane and 1 hour from Coeur D'Alene, ID. Other Things to NoteThis is a working farm and we do have animals and all things that go with animals. We have Finnsheep, Berkshire pigs, horses, cows, chickens, the occasional turkey, and 3 large dogs. We have many deer and rarely we have Moose and Elk.