The SpaceComing to Indy? Perhaps to catch a sporting event or conference or just to visit the Midwest? If so, I have a quaint private bedroom in a two-story, brick home built in 1900 not far from downtown Indy. The home has been updated with a contemporary design. The bed is a comfortable queen with a brand-new memory foam topper, and the bedroom has plenty of privacy with natural light. You also get your own private bathroom (not an en-suite bathroom) that has been modernized with a great shower. This bedroom is perfect for a relaxing, quiet getaway from the hubbub of downtown or a place to settle on your way through town.
My home is ten minutes directly east of downtown or about 25 minutes from the airport. A bus line is directly across the street (eastbound) or a half block away (westbound) if you choose to ride the bus, and you use drive and park your car in my carport. Uber is about $10 one way to downtown.
Please note that my home is in an urban area. If you want suburbia, my listing is not a good fit for you.
My home is just a few minutes from Irvington and several locally owned restaurants, including Jockamo's, The Legend, Black Acre Brewery, and Steer In. Starbuck's is also a few minutes away. Fountain Square is only ten minutes away as well with a plethora of restaurants, bars, shops, and hangouts.
Be a guest in my home and relax. Complimentary continental breakfast served (yogurt, juice, fruit, coffee).
Sorry, but I will not wash your car. Guest AccessYou can utilize the living room (and watch TV with Netflix), the three-season front porch (and enjoy a cup of coffee), the back yard and patio areas, and the kitchen (and prepare a light meal), if you're tidy.
If you need room for more than two, I have a second bedroom with a queen bed that I also rent for an additional $40 a night. The two bedrooms share the same bathroom. If you're interested. I usually keep the second listing turned off unless guests have a need for it. Just ask me. Interaction with GuestsI do come and go (I'm a busy guy), so my interactions vary. With some guests who are interested in carrying on a conversation, I love meeting new people. I have also gone out to dinner with a few guests. If you'd rather relax, I'll leave you to yourself. Just let me know.
I don't have any pets, but feel free to play with any dust bunnies if you find them, but I do strive to keep a very clean home, so don't waste your time looking for them. The NeighborhoodMy historic home is nestled about six blocks west of Irvington in the Bosart-Brown neighborhood. I have a fenced-in backyard with patio furniture, so it's a perfect place to have your morning cup of coffee or a mid-afternoon snack. Getting AroundThe neighborhood is an urban area, on the edge of Irvington, convenient to downtown. The house is located on Washington Street, which is one the main east-west streets in Indianapolis, which makes getting around very easy. It is an urban area, so it is city living, not suburbia.
The house is a two-story brick home with new windows, and the room is in the rear of the house, so it's quiet and relaxing.
A bus stop with buses heading downtown is just two houses away. The bus ride is about a 15- to 20-minute ride, depending on traffic and the time of day. You can also drive in about 10 to 15 minutes. The bus stop for coming from downtown is directly across the street.
Please note: Taking the bus is a city-life experience, so you'll see people from all walks of life. If you're not accustomed to such, taking the bus may not be your best option. Other Things to NoteI have met so many wonderful people through my three years of hosting on AirBnB, and I look forward to meeting more. I welcome you into my home, and I take great pride in making sure that you have a relaxing, pleasant, and comfortable experience.
I will do whatever I can to make sure that your stay is enjoyable. I love sharing what Indianapolis has to offer. I take great pride in my city, and I hope after your visit that you can see what a hidden gem Indianapolis is.