The SpaceIt was the interior brick and woodwork that sold us on this home years ago when we bought it, along with the open layout where the upstairs alcove overlooks the living room. Nearly two decades later, we've raised our family there and still love it. Guest AccessThere is driveway and street parking. Everything is available to you except the garage; we store some equipment in the garage that's needed for maintenance on our properties. On occasion someone will get some of this equipment - they will enter through the garage door though, they won't be coming in on you, and this doesn't happen often. We also have a shed in the back someone may come to get something out of, also rarely. If we know someone is coming by while you're there, we'll give you a heads up. It's usually our daughter who comes by. Interaction with GuestsSince this is our home, we're likely on vacation or working elsewhere so we won't be there to personally greet you - but always just a text or call away. Our daughter or grandson is close by if you need anything. The NeighborhoodWe like that it's quiet, even though it's just a couple of blocks off main street and most of the businesses we need - food, clothing, car service, medical clinic are all within blocks or less. Getting AroundNo real public transportation here, you'll need a car. However you are in easy walking distance of Wal-Mart, several restaurants, car and tire service centers, auto parts dealers, etc. Other Things to NoteHere is how we arrive at accommodating 7: master bedroom, king bed (2, but could fit three, say a child), 2nd upstairs bedroom queen bed (2), downstairs bedroom twin bed (1), living room sofa couch/air mattress (2).