The SpaceMy house is an eclectic blend of funky, traditional, and artsy. Plants and books galore. I feel in love with it when I saw the original hardwood. Rumor is that it's one of the "Kit Houses" Vermonters ordered in the 20s and then assembled on the spot. I'm a dedicated DIYer and always have a project going. Sewing, sawing, painting, knitting you name it. I surround myself with bits of my grandmother's crochet doilles, my mom's favorite rocker, and finds from my favorite thrift stores. Guest AccessInternet service. Large airy kitchen for morning coffee, cream from Vermont cows and our famous maple syrup. Interaction with GuestsHappy to make recommendations for restaurants, must-sees, back roads. I'm originally from Texas so Southern hospitality runs deep. The NeighborhoodWinooski is a tiny town on the banks of the Winooski River. Winooski is the Abenaki word for the place where wild onions grow. We have a thriving downtown with great chef-owned restaurants, coffee shops, pubs, and live music. Burlington is only 2.5 miles away with great shopping, food, music, art, street performers and of course beautiful Lake Champlain. The Burlington Bike Path follows the lake all the way to the Champlain Islands. Rent bikes, canoes, and kayaks at the Burlington Waterfront. Chittenden County is a refugee resettlement area, which means that we are fortunate to have new American's from African countries, Nepal, Vietnam, Tibet, and Buhtan. Many of them have opened wonderful restaurants and grocery stores. Yum! Winooski is also home to Tiny Thai which serves the best Thai street food you'll find outside Thailand. Getting AroundBus, cab, drive, or walk to downtown Burlington 2.5 miles away Another few minutes and you're on the waterfront of the most beautiful lake in the U.S.