The SpaceThis older home has been renovated within the last 5 years, specifically the kitchen, living room, and bathrooms. It's just me, my husband, our two cats (Prince Eric and Princess Buttercup) and our very shy and sweet dog (Amira). Amira is usually shy of new people and will want to sniff you. Aaron and I vacuum multiple times a week and the house is kept very clean for our guests.
There is an empty closet and a washer and dryer for you to use.
Please park on the street directly in front of our house. Guest Accessprivate bathroom, bedroom, kitchen, living room, back yard with deck (smoking ok), nearby park and running/biking/walking trail Interaction with GuestsWe're very relaxed, easy-going people and would be happy to give advice on local to-do's in the area.
You're welcome to join us for some Netflix in the living room or to be as private as you like. :) The NeighborhoodOur house is in the heart of the Waldo neighborhood, an up-and-coming district with many breweries, restaurants, coffee shops and shopping. It's also 2 blocks away from a 9-mile trail that leads all the way north to the Plaza district via the Brookside borough. Getting AroundBus stops are within walking distance; however, a car is recommended no matter where you are in the city. Please park in front of our house on the street.
If you're looking for somewhere to eat, check out my "Guidebook" section. 75th and Wornall is a great area to check out nearby. Generally, there is not much going on to the east or south of us. Other Things to NoteWe try to be home when guests arrive, but sometimes it is impossible. If this happens, please use the garage door key pad and make yourself comfortable. We will message you the code once you book. If you need us, don't hesitate to call my cell.
TV for streaming only (no cable tv). You'll need a computer with an HDMI port.
Prince Eric (the white cat) can be aggressive toward strangers and has been known to bite. Please do not pet him. Princess Buttercup (the smaller cat) minds her own business. Feel free to pet her. Amira (the dog) barks at strangers, but if you let her smell you, she will stop barking. She's a sweet girl once she knows you're not a burglar.