The SpaceModern, even edgy, design in a 150 year old duplex. The second floor is designed to be a four star hotel room with adjoining bath and laundry. Queen bed. All fine cotton sheets, Pillows from synthetic to feather to foam are heaped on the bed for your choice.
The downstairs will sleep two on the best queen airbed ever made, with feather topper. That bed is in the living room. A half bath is next to that room.
The artwork is on the theme of interesting women. about 1/3 is art fair type originals. Others just amuse me. I like living here and do block out some dates from Airbnb so I have time at home. Guest AccessThis is a working test kitchen for my packaged pizza mix business. If you want free bread making lessons and I'm in the area, you can have them. The kitchen will have tubs of flour, but plenty of room for you to work too. Guests can cook their own dinner. Strong coffee and great bread is always on at no charge. The back deck is quite nice for dining. In the season I'll share garden produce. Interaction with GuestsAs much as needed. I will usually greet guests who reserve the entire house, make them comfortable, and disappear for the night.
There are times when I will have to have a neighbor as the back up.
Going to a wedding or special event? You will have an iron and board available. Washer and dryer too. The NeighborhoodQuiet neighborhood only three blocks from restaurants, a winery, a brew pub, and ice cream. My house is 150 years old but completely modern. Most of my neighbor's houses are from that era.
Tecumseh is an interesting small town with public art and walking trails. Squirrels chatter in the tall walnut trees. Neighbors smile, chat and share. Getting AroundNo public transport. Access by car only. but a reliable 45 minutes from DTW and 35 minutes from Ann Arbor. Other Things to NoteMy house is a welcome respite for the traveler exhausted by colorless motels, white bread, and yellow cheese. Rest up and enjoy. Even if you do not have a reason to be in the area, travelers heading through Ontario, or across to and from Chicago, will like the American experience.
The kitchen is well equipped and you are free to use it. One couple made applesauce.
I lived overseas for 6 years playing rugby. We hosted a dozen exchange students so no matter what country you are from, you will feel welcome.