The SpaceWe live in a 3 floor house ( basement included) with 7 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a full kitchen, a dining room , a living room, a backyard patio, and a garage. The family includes me, Elida Barceloni, and my two kids, Gustavo, 20, and Nick, 23.
This listing grants guests the room in the picture below. Guests will have their own private room with a full bed, dresser, closet space, chair, lamp, desk, and mirror. Spare twin mattresses are available to accommodate more people. The rooms are located on the second floor where there is a full bathroom. Guest AccessGuests will be able to watch tv in our living room if they wish, relax by the backyard on a hammock, play on our Foosball table in the garage. We cannot provide lunch or dinner but there are various restaurants and eateries by Main st. Parking cannot be on our driveway as it is already full but parking on any street is permitted with a pass from city hall ($25/month) . We ask that guests do their laundry at the laundry mat a minute min away walking from our house.
Anyone wishing to request a visitor placard must do so in person at the Collector’s Office in City Hall. Visitor placards are required for any visitors of Everett residents who wish to park overnight on the streets of Everett. Visitor placards cost $5 for a 1-night pass, $10 for a 7-day pass, $15 for a 14-day pass, $20 for a 21-day pass and $25 for a 30-day pass. Interaction with GuestsI can meet guests when they arrive, show them around the house, and give them keys to the house and their room. I am often busy throughout the morning but I am around in the afternoons and evening if you need anything. There is usually always someone around the house as well as our lovely well-mannered and small dog, Lola. The NeighborhoodOur street is connected to Main st which provides a few convenient stores withing easy walking distance as well as many diverse eateries, including Brazilian, Indian, Haitian, Italian, Chinese, American food, and a couple local bars. Down the street you can find a place called I Love Milkshakes, which also sells ice cream/frozen yogurt. Within the city you can find a plaza nearby the Wellington train station which has a large variety of stores/restaurants such as Target, Old Navy, Home Depot, Fridays, Texas Road House, Chuck and Cheese (perfect kid playland), and Panera's Bread. For fun, there is a indoor rock climbing gym called MetroRock, and an indoor trampoline place called SkyZone (also great for kids). Getting AroundOur house is very conveniently in between two train stations which are both about 15 min away by bus. At the end of our street the are buses which can take to three train stations (Wellington, Malden, Sullivan) all of which are on the same Orange line. Getting into Downtown Boston is very easy and takes about 30 mins. Driving into the city takes about 15 min. Other Things to NoteMy son, Gustavo, is a highly experienced ceramic artist and is offering pottery classes - 2 hr/$30 . Learn how to make all sorts of works on the potter's wheel !