The SpacePlease read absolutely everything on this listing including reviews we want to make sure that we have a good match for you.This is my family home I am sharing. Here we Champion the up-cycled life , Old made new ' reuse reappropriate redefine restructure repurpose rethink. Our mission is to teach people to look outside of the box for ideas and Lifestyles and ways of living. Very few things in this home are being used for their original purpose ,repurposing is very important part of what we're doing here This l . your kind recommendations are always appreciated. You may see that I have worked hard to achieve Super Host status on my other listings Our home is people and children friendly and it is built with sustainability in mind. . Unless you are open to the new experience of a nun contaminated formaldehyde free environment and you would like to learn what it would be like to experience this. I will not give you a bad review just because you left the place a bit less clean or tidy then you found it. You are on vacation after all. Please be understanding the big There may be some traffic noise as there is a state road three blocks away. If you want simply a creative cozy home filled and built with lots of love and Heart this is the place for you . This 100+ yr old, rustic house is artfully decorated with original paintings and cultural artifacts. Set on an idyllic property bordering the world-renown trout stream Pine Creek, La Luna Master room is a quiet rural getaway to relax, unwind, and escape the daily bustle and the din of the cities and technology. The restoration process updated the home to be a low-impact, ecologically friendly building featuring high R-value insulation, geothermal ventilation, solar hot water system reminding us to conserve resources, and solar augmented lighting.
This idyllic getaway has a romantic balance between simple pleasures and beautiful surroundings. The master bedroom has a king-sized repurposed bed frame, new pillow top mattress, master bathroom with claw-foot bathtub, BYOB bar (with mini fridge,French press, coffee maker, and water boiler for tea), and beautiful large roof deck with outdoor living room, and breakfast nook,with a view of Pine Creek. The second bedroom, the Rebecca Room, will be available for bookings with four people. If you are less than four people but wish to use both bedrooms, just let us know and book with four anyway. The Rebecca Room is in the simple, rustic, lovely style of the local Nebraskan Amish with hand-made quilts, antique furnishings, and exposed original wooden structure. It has a double bed and daybed.
The Veranda is surrounded by gardens and lawn and is paved in large flagstones and brick and is sheltered by the canopy of a gorgeous old Catalpa tree and bordered by grapevines. It has a rustic harvest table, fireplace, prep top, and gas grill. Additionally there is seating on the lawn overlooking the creek with a fire ring. The creek bordering the property is quite deep making for a perfect swimming hole. This Creek belongs to everyone except to share with fishermen ,children, other guest , the fish and other diverse wild life
Tucked on the edge of the village of Woodward, this house is walking distance from a post office and yet borders forest and stream and feels quite secluded and private. Wild white-tailed deer, rabbits, trout, and many species of wild birds including woodpeckers (pileated, red-bellied, downy, and hairy), herons, and hummingbirds are frequently spotted on and from the premisesVery few things in this home are being used for their original purpose ,repurposing is very important part of what we're doing here This l . your kind recommendations are always appreciated. You may see that I have worked hard to achieve Super Host status on my other listings Our home is people and children friendly and it is built with sustainability in mind. This is a pesticide and herbicide free environment if you look closely you will find a spider or two and God forbid its home ,the web that it lives in .If you have bug phobias you probably won't enjoy the country setting. If you seek an unpolluted toxin-free natural environment( run barefooted in the lawn without herbicides)you will love it. Yes the house emanates an aromatic Aroma of old Timbers antique furniture old books mingled with the lovely scent of flowers vegetables and fruits and the breeze carrying the scents and smells of the stream and it's teeming life . Gurst statement (this is what an old house should smell like ) These are not musty smells these are the smells of an ancient well-loved home and a natural environment. If you don't care for these things and these smells, this probably will not be a good match for you . Unless you are open to the new experience of a nun contaminated formaldehyde free environment and you would like to learn what it would be like to experience this. I will not give you a bad review just because you left the place a bit less clean or tidy then you found it. You are on vacation after all. There may be some traffic noise as there is a state road three blocks away.. Guest AccessWhen you rent this property, you will have the house and the veranda to yourselves, but wont have access to every room in the house (some rooms are currently for storage). There may be other renters in a nearby cabin that is on the same property, in which case the swimming hole will be shared. Interaction with GuestsWe will usually personally check you in and give you a tour when you arrive and will usually be nearby during your stay if something arises. Otherwise, the place is all yours, enjoy! The NeighborhoodWoodward is located half an hour away from Penn State University in State College and Bucknell University in Lewisburg and is 8 miles from the exciting culturally active small town of Millheim with microbrewery/restaurant Elk Creek Café and Aleworks, The Green Drake Gallery and Arts Center, Wine Shop, Inglebean Coffee Shop, Bremen Town Ballroom, Saturday Farmers Market, Meat Market, pizza shop, jewelers, and the basic amenities (grocery store, hardware store, and gas station). Nearby Amish farms and shops offer roadside produce stands, dry goods, harness shop, etc. Nearby attractions include Woodward Camp (1/4 mile away), Woodward Cave, Penns Cave, and Grange Fair grounds as well as Tussey Mountain, Howard Damn, Bald Eagle State Park, R.B. Winter State Park, Poe Valley and Poe Paddy State Parks, and endless other natural locations perfect for outdoor activities such as biking, hiking, tubing, kayaking (when water is high), cross-country skiing, hunting and fishing. Getting AroundThe nearest airport is the State College airport approximately 45 minutes away. Buses go to State College from many locations and car rentals are available. There is little to no public transportation available near Woodward. Other Things to NoteAn extra mattress is available for renters with kids or separate sleeping options upon request. We have multiple spaces for outdoor fires. If you would like to use them, we expect you to use them carefully and responsibly and never leave a fire unattended. You are welcome to bring your own campfire wood or purchase it from us (request in advance) for $10 per bundle (bundles are roughly two cubic feet). Foraging dry sticks for kindling is often possible along the wooded edges of the property.
Decorations and furniture are subject to minor changes from the photographs. We are always making improvements, rotating artwork, and some of the outdoor furniture is changed or removed seasonally.